KSHSAA okays some summer activities
The Kansas State High School Activities Association is giving the green light to some summer activities with restrictions.
The activities association and regional directors from across the state met last Friday to outline what activities will be allowed - while also acknowledging that nothing is etched in stone.
“The biggest question on everyone’s mind, spoken or unspoken, is when do we get to get back to normal, what are we going to be able to do and when,” says KSHSAA executive director Bill Faflick. “I wish I had a crystal ball, but the biggest challenge we have is the unknown of time.”
Following the lead of state and local governments, Faflick said KSHSAA’s goal was to get students competing and representing their schools again as soon as possible. He also said KSHSAA had been paying attention to movement and plans put in place at the college and professional ranks.
Gov. Laura Kelly announced late last week guidelines for easing up stay-at-home restrictions. The KSHSAA will follow that similar timeline as it allows athletes to begin coming together again.
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