Urhahn Says In-Person Classes are Required to Compete in MSHSAA Sports
The Missouri State High School Activities Association released its guidelines and recommendations for opening sports/activities heading into the new school year, while still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. MSHSAA Executive Director Dr. Kerwin Urhahn says it begins with having in-person classes….
Dr. Urhahn understands the in-person class schedule may be unconventional to meet social distancing guidelines. He says MSHSAA will work with schools….
Hot spots in the state will likely have a different set of restrictions affecting the school year. The MSHSAA Executive Director says local administrators were asked, in a survey last month, if a championship season may proceed while missing some schools not able to have teams participate……
Dr. Urhahn says it is possible that not all schools in Missouri will return to sports/activities at the same rate….
Dr. Kerwin Urhahn says it is still essential that all students have a valid physical on file prior to participation. Fall practices are scheduled to begin on August 10th. You can find the full interview with Dr. Urhahn on the Chariton Valley Magic City Sports Talk Show at centralmoinfo.com, or you can listen to the show this Friday at 9:32 on KWIX.