Spectator Reminder

CHS’s Reminder to Parents on Spectator Policy
Posted on 03/19/2021
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Carson High School’s (CHS) Athletic Department would like to thank parents and community members for their continued support as they have rolled out Fall Sports in recent weeks. The school has been able to get student athletes playing and offer limited spectating based on guidelines they must follow to ensure adherence to the Governor and NIAA's current requirements for spectators at high school sporting events. 

Moving forward the school’s athletic department will continue to provide two (2) tickets per participant for each contest. No visiting fans will be allowed admittance. A ticket is required for admission. Carson High School is equitably and fairly providing this opportunity to all fall sports programs regardless of contest. The school’s number one goal is to keep teams playing and competing.

Finally, the CHS Athletic Department is providing as much flexibility as they are able for each senior participant for their senior night ceremony. Capacity limits must not exceed 250 spectators for any contest, but more than two tickets are being provided for each senior for that special event. All contests held in Morse Burley Gymnasium or in the stadium can be viewed on the NFHS Network.

For a complete list of the full guidance and protocols, procedures and policies, please refer to the link on the Parents Tab found on the district’s website, CarsonCitySchools.com.

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