PIAA Board To Hold Meeting Regarding Gov. Tom Wolf’s Recommendation To Postpone Youth Sports Former WPIAL Executive Director Says Canceling Fall Sports Would Have Far-Reaching Impacts Wolf Administration Recommends Postponing High School Sports And Recreational Youth Sports Until 2021 WPIAL ‘Not Prepared’ For Gov. Wolf’s Comment Suggesting Schools Starting Online Should Cancel Fall Sports School Districts Across Region Approving A Variety Of Return-To-School Plans WPIAL Pushes Back Start Dates Of Fall Sports PIAA To Move Forward With Fall Sports As Scheduled Guidance From Gov. Wolf Allows High School And Recreational Sports Teams In ‘Yellow’ And ‘Green’ Counties To Resume Voluntary Workouts “They referenced just how important sports are in the fabric of life to these young people, the mental health, the physical health, the emotional health,” Holl said. … [Read more...] about Pennsylvania High School Coaches Not Ready To Give Up On Fall Yet
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These were the early days of the pandemic’s tightening chokehold on the United States. Jails and prisons were becoming hot spots, as was New York City. A burgeoning crisis at Rikers Island was making it clear that, without releasing prisoners in large numbers, the jail complex risked becoming a death cage, where the impossibility of social distancing invited mass infection. De Blasio bragged about some belated releases — “the fewest detainees we’ve had in our jails since 1949,” he tweeted. But as crime rates persisted, he started to blame the courts, claiming they weren’t locking up enough people or doing it fast enough. His latest scapegoat is the alleged deceleration of cases being processed. “[It] affects the ability to ensure that someone who should not be on the street, isn’t,” he told the New York Times this week. But the city’s own analysts tell a different story. A recent inquiry by officials found that the number … [Read more...] about Nobody Knows Why New York’s Murder Rate Has Risen. Bill de Blasio Is Using It to Demagogue.
Superintendent George Arlotto has asked Coordinator of Athletics Clayton Culp to present him with a plan to hold sport-specific practices that meet local and state health and safety guidelines for all sports during the fall. Culp is in the process of working closely with athletic directors and surveying high school coaches to develop the plan. … [Read more...] about State Postpones High School Fall, Winter Seasons; AACPS To Craft Plan To Engage Student-Athletes In Fall Semester
Schools have spent the summer coming up with safety plans, securing protective gear and figuring out how to fit fewer students into classrooms and school buses. Cuomo required all school systems to submit plans detailing their reopening plans, saying that the state would not allow any district with an unsafe plan to bring students back to classrooms. … [Read more...] about Cuomo Clears New York Schools Statewide to Open, Carefully
MARYLAND — High school athletes across the state are dejectedly hanging up their cleats and tossing aside their running shoes now that the fall and winter sports seasons in the first semester have been postponed. The fall sports season was set to kick off Aug. 12 with tryouts. … [Read more...] about Fall, Winter Sports Seasons Postponed For Maryland High Schools