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Latham, NY – The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) held the second meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force on Tuesday, June 30.

Representatives from the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Education Department (NYSED) provided updates pertaining to the COVID-19 crisis. The Task Force then discussed the Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics.

The Task Force discussed Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics. At this time, schools are still prohibited from any indoor activities, any in-person instruction (excluding special education), and any organized sports or recreational activities that are hosted/operated.

The NYSPHSAA Task Force reviewed six potential return to school scenarios, including a full return to school, a hybrid education model, a full virtual learning model, and regional differences model. Proposals to address the scenarios reviewed included a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustments of seasons, and/or condensing all three seasons. The Task Force reviewed proposals to address each scenario. The proposals include a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustment of seasons and/ or condensing seasons. The Task Force is finalizing the proposals and plans to release the document to the NYSPHSAA membership by the end of the week in an effort to gather feedback.

The meeting concluded with a presentation of the EzSCRN Application from Paul Bailey, President of Total Concussion Management. The EzSCRN Application, which provides a unique online tool for schools to utilize if screening is part of their reopening plan, would allow a school or team to easily screen students and immediately notify school administrators and health care officials of any students who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. The Task Force plans to continue discussion about this application at their next meeting.

A full report, including meeting report, will be released later this week. The next meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force has not yet been announced.

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Larry Miller #742085 06/30/20 08:37 PM
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How about those idiots come to their senses and realize that playing three games a week is detrimental to the players. Maybe put a cap on practice hours so practice isn't crammed into the other four days.

Instead, they sit around with coffee and entenmenns worrying about how to get in a full season.

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Larry are soccer clubs going to be able to utilize school (high school, elementary, college, etc) fields to practice/train? Are all the parents being hosed into believing that their child’s club/team will have access come July 6? Reading this suggests otherwise.

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Larry are soccer clubs going to be able to utilize school (high school, elementary, college, etc) fields to practice/train? Are all the parents being hosed into believing that their child’s club/team will have access come July 6? Reading this suggests otherwise.

I do not believe a decision has been reached, but my educated guess after asking around is most probably not. I could be wrong, but I would be very surprised given the fragile state of NY keeping the numbers low that schools are going allow their facilities to be used by outside organizations.

It might be helpful if you and other parents called their respective school district offices and ask. We don't even know what school will look like in the Fall so schools thinking about soccer or lax, or any sports on their fields when high school ball is also highly questionable should make anyone think twice about using school fields.

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WIth Andrew in charge there is no way public schools will be 5 day a week fulltime. if they dont go to school fulltime, sports are a pipedream

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I've been told flat out by our school district not to bother filing for summer field permits. And use in the fall is iffy at best. In talking to a few other people their school districts are telling them the same thing.

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WIth Andrew in charge there is no way public schools will be 5 day a week fulltime. if they dont go to school fulltime, sports are a pipedream

I know you like to bust Andrew’s chops, but school will be decided on a district to district basis by the district’s themselves state-wide.

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We can question whether it’s safe to participate in sports but I truly do not get why school districts would not allow their taxpayers to get field permits for games. If it is a liability issue why not then just get them to sign waivers?

Many, many school districts have built beautiful turf fields that their taxpayers paid for. If non-school sports are allowed by the governor how can they deny the taxpayers access?

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We can question whether it’s safe to participate in sports but I truly do not get why school districts would not allow their taxpayers to get field permits for games. If it is a liability issue why not then just get them to sign waivers?

Many, many school districts have built beautiful turf fields that their taxpayers paid for. If non-school sports are allowed by the governor how can they deny the taxpayers access?

Because they want to eliminate the chance of importing the virus from other towns. It's the same reason that Cuomo is currently demanding that those NYers that travel to certain states have to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.

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WIth Andrew in charge there is no way public schools will be 5 day a week fulltime. if they dont go to school fulltime, sports are a pipedream

This sounds strange but with the protests and comments made by Cuomo about inequality of education and working with the Gates foundation to modernize the state’s educational system, does Cuomo have something up his sleeve in terms of distance learning- using the pandemic as an experiment with education. During his pandemic news conferences Cuomo said he thought it would be a good idea that with virtual learning that a teacher from a school district B could teach students in school district z. Very very far fetched but would that also have an impact on school sports?

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We can question whether it’s safe to participate in sports but I truly do not get why school districts would not allow their taxpayers to get field permits for games. If it is a liability issue why not then just get them to sign waivers?

Many, many school districts have built beautiful turf fields that their taxpayers paid for. If non-school sports are allowed by the governor how can they deny the taxpayers access?

Because they want to eliminate the chance of importing the virus from other towns. It's the same reason that Cuomo is currently demanding that those NYers that travel to certain states have to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.

Then they can Just practice and scrimmage against teams in their own will Eli I are importing the virus from other towns. However, it’s not being contained within towns, parents are shopping, some are going back to work on site Etc and not within their own towns. To me the biggest issue is that people aren’t starting to be very lax.
If a store requires you wear a mask, the people are not wearing masks until they literally step into a store. Others at work aren’t wearing masks Indoors even when they are not Social distancing, people who are wearing masks are wearing them below the nose. People at gas stations aren’t wearing masks even when ere are people on the other side of the pump.

Kids are playing pick up games on county and town fields that have reopened In close contact with no restrictions in small areas Close enough to have intimate relations. ( Not following any of us soccer guidelines or general cdc guidelines) When not playing not wearing masks

Political morons will say open it up and there is no spike. Well look at other states who opened up too soon with masks optional. I get it- everyone needs mental and physical health.

However, People ( adult and kids) are not using common sense.

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We can question whether it’s safe to participate in sports but I truly do not get why school districts would not allow their taxpayers to get field permits for games. If it is a liability issue why not then just get them to sign waivers?

Many, many school districts have built beautiful turf fields that their taxpayers paid for. If non-school sports are allowed by the governor how can they deny the taxpayers access?

Because they want to eliminate the chance of importing the virus from other towns. It's the same reason that Cuomo is currently demanding that those NYers that travel to certain states have to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.
The highways are full of cars. There's a lot of movement between towns. Not sure how opening school fields would make much difference.

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WIth Andrew in charge there is no way public schools will be 5 day a week fulltime. if they dont go to school fulltime, sports are a pipedream

This sounds strange but with the protests and comments made by Cuomo about inequality of education and working with the Gates foundation to modernize the state’s educational system, does Cuomo have something up his sleeve in terms of distance learning- using the pandemic as an experiment with education. During his pandemic news conferences Cuomo said he thought it would be a good idea that with virtual learning that a teacher from a school district B could teach students in school district z. Very very far fetched but would that also have an impact on school sports?
Not as far fetched as you think. It's obvious we need to be prepared for distance learning but not one school district anywhere is fully prepared for it in terms of network infrastructure, remote access for all children including those with limited resources at home and the software platform to run it. Zoom just aint cutting the mustard. This is where Gates come in, at least on the software end. To implement such a system though would take time and a lot of financial resources that the districts don't have.

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more albany unfunded mandates are coming, watch!

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Latham, NY – The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) held the second meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force on Tuesday, June 30.

Representatives from the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Education Department (NYSED) provided updates pertaining to the COVID-19 crisis. The Task Force then discussed the Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics.

The Task Force discussed Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics. At this time, schools are still prohibited from any indoor activities, any in-person instruction (excluding special education), and any organized sports or recreational activities that are hosted/operated.

The NYSPHSAA Task Force reviewed six potential return to school scenarios, including a full return to school, a hybrid education model, a full virtual learning model, and regional differences model. Proposals to address the scenarios reviewed included a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustments of seasons, and/or condensing all three seasons. The Task Force reviewed proposals to address each scenario. The proposals include a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustment of seasons and/ or condensing seasons. The Task Force is finalizing the proposals and plans to release the document to the NYSPHSAA membership by the end of the week in an effort to gather feedback.

The meeting concluded with a presentation of the EzSCRN Application from Paul Bailey, President of Total Concussion Management. The EzSCRN Application, which provides a unique online tool for schools to utilize if screening is part of their reopening plan, would allow a school or team to easily screen students and immediately notify school administrators and health care officials of any students who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. The Task Force plans to continue discussion about this application at their next meeting.

A full report, including meeting report, will be released later this week. The next meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force has not yet been announced.

Has anyone read the meeting report? Appears seasons for sports likely could change. Soccer for instance not in fall, but spring

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Latham, NY – The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) held the second meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force on Tuesday, June 30.

Representatives from the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Education Department (NYSED) provided updates pertaining to the COVID-19 crisis. The Task Force then discussed the Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics.

The Task Force discussed Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics. At this time, schools are still prohibited from any indoor activities, any in-person instruction (excluding special education), and any organized sports or recreational activities that are hosted/operated.

The NYSPHSAA Task Force reviewed six potential return to school scenarios, including a full return to school, a hybrid education model, a full virtual learning model, and regional differences model. Proposals to address the scenarios reviewed included a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustments of seasons, and/or condensing all three seasons. The Task Force reviewed proposals to address each scenario. The proposals include a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustment of seasons and/ or condensing seasons. The Task Force is finalizing the proposals and plans to release the document to the NYSPHSAA membership by the end of the week in an effort to gather feedback.

The meeting concluded with a presentation of the EzSCRN Application from Paul Bailey, President of Total Concussion Management. The EzSCRN Application, which provides a unique online tool for schools to utilize if screening is part of their reopening plan, would allow a school or team to easily screen students and immediately notify school administrators and health care officials of any students who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. The Task Force plans to continue discussion about this application at their next meeting.

A full report, including meeting report, will be released later this week. The next meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force has not yet been announced.

Has anyone read the meeting report? Appears seasons for sports likely could change. Soccer for instance not in fall, but spring

And compete with club soccer? Oy vey, here we go.....

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Latham, NY – The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) held the second meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force on Tuesday, June 30.

Representatives from the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Education Department (NYSED) provided updates pertaining to the COVID-19 crisis. The Task Force then discussed the Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics.

The Task Force discussed Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics. At this time, schools are still prohibited from any indoor activities, any in-person instruction (excluding special education), and any organized sports or recreational activities that are hosted/operated.

The NYSPHSAA Task Force reviewed six potential return to school scenarios, including a full return to school, a hybrid education model, a full virtual learning model, and regional differences model. Proposals to address the scenarios reviewed included a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustments of seasons, and/or condensing all three seasons. The Task Force reviewed proposals to address each scenario. The proposals include a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustment of seasons and/ or condensing seasons. The Task Force is finalizing the proposals and plans to release the document to the NYSPHSAA membership by the end of the week in an effort to gather feedback.

The meeting concluded with a presentation of the EzSCRN Application from Paul Bailey, President of Total Concussion Management. The EzSCRN Application, which provides a unique online tool for schools to utilize if screening is part of their reopening plan, would allow a school or team to easily screen students and immediately notify school administrators and health care officials of any students who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. The Task Force plans to continue discussion about this application at their next meeting.

A full report, including meeting report, will be released later this week. The next meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force has not yet been announced.

Has anyone read the meeting report? Appears seasons for sports likely could change. Soccer for instance not in fall, but spring

And compete with club soccer? Oy vey, here we go.....
Maybe swap seasons - club soccer in the fall and HS soccer in the spring.

Or, split the HS soccer season into late 2020 and early spring 2021.

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Latham, NY – The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) held the second meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force on Tuesday, June 30.

Representatives from the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Education Department (NYSED) provided updates pertaining to the COVID-19 crisis. The Task Force then discussed the Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics.

The Task Force discussed Governor’s reopening plan and its impact upon interscholastic athletics. At this time, schools are still prohibited from any indoor activities, any in-person instruction (excluding special education), and any organized sports or recreational activities that are hosted/operated.

The NYSPHSAA Task Force reviewed six potential return to school scenarios, including a full return to school, a hybrid education model, a full virtual learning model, and regional differences model. Proposals to address the scenarios reviewed included a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustments of seasons, and/or condensing all three seasons. The Task Force reviewed proposals to address each scenario. The proposals include a full return to athletic participation, potential adjustment of seasons and/ or condensing seasons. The Task Force is finalizing the proposals and plans to release the document to the NYSPHSAA membership by the end of the week in an effort to gather feedback.

The meeting concluded with a presentation of the EzSCRN Application from Paul Bailey, President of Total Concussion Management. The EzSCRN Application, which provides a unique online tool for schools to utilize if screening is part of their reopening plan, would allow a school or team to easily screen students and immediately notify school administrators and health care officials of any students who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. The Task Force plans to continue discussion about this application at their next meeting.

A full report, including meeting report, will be released later this week. The next meeting of the COVID-19 Task Force has not yet been announced.

Has anyone read the meeting report? Appears seasons for sports likely could change. Soccer for instance not in fall, but spring

And compete with club soccer? Oy vey, here we go.....
Maybe swap seasons - club soccer in the fall and HS soccer in the spring.

Or, split the HS soccer season into late 2020 and early spring 2021.

. Logistically very difficult. Many soccer players play lacrosse or run track so kids would have to Knick one and smaller districts may not have enough participants. The there is the issue of college recruiting and showcases concocting for older kids

And finally back to back seasons spring 2021 and fall 2021

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