The Sentinel took a look at the impact of COVID-19 on schools, from drawing up plans, creating unique summer schedules and the costs of high school offseason workouts during the pandemic.
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Lots of Zoom calls, plenty of emails, a quiet spring and a busy summer. The last few months have been strange, to say the least, for local athletic departments.
What are summer workouts, and what do they look like this summer? What sports can have them right now? What are the guidelines schools have implemented?
“If that means sacrificing a little bit right now, I hate to say it, but it is our job. We’re not alone.” ~ Mechanicsburg AD Seth Pehanich
Spring budgets used for stockpiling cleaning supplies. Touchless water dispensers. Gallons of sanitizers. Summer workouts in a pandemic come at a cost.
In this Series
The COVID-19 Impact: Team fundraisers all but shut down. That is forcing booster clubs and coaches to make changes
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