High School Conditioning Details and Protocols - Begins Jan. 20
Beginning Wednesday, January 20th, Mt. Spokane and Mead High School will each offer an in-person after-school optional conditioning opportunity.
- Conditioning sessions will initially take place Monday - Thursday
- Capacity will be limited to meet safety protocols for social distancing
- No activity buses will be available until Feb. 1
- Sessions will be confined to A and B cohorts that will mimic A/B in-person school attendance days (ex. “A” students will attend on M/W, “B” students attend on T/Th)
- If a student is currently a remote learner, they will be placed in an A or B cohort.
With limited spots available due to social distancing and safety protocols, Athletic Directors will continue to seek additional workout spaces and open additional opportunities. All workout spaces will follow strict Mead School District COVID-19 protocols.
Practice sessions after Feb. 1
In accordance with the Governor's "Healthy Washington" plan, Spokane County must meet the four metrics outlined in the plan to move to Phase 2, which allows Greater Spokane League (GSL) competitions. We will begin with conditioning and move into sport specific practices. Hopefully, we will be able to provide competition for our athletes in the near future. See Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery for details on metric requirements.
The Greater Spokane League (GSL) approved - on January 15, 2021 - the following start dates for our traditional fall sports.
Feb. 8th - Girls Volleyball
Feb. 15th - Football
Feb. 22nd - Girls Soccer and Boys and Girls Cross Country
Slowpitch Softball is TBA