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Non Contact Sports Approved For Competitions

We will allow non-contact sports (Volleyball, Girls Tennis, Golf, and Cross Country) to progress into their competitive seasons beginning Monday. Contact sports (Football & Soccer) can continue to practice in groups of ten or less but cannot compete nor engage in any drills which lead to contact.

Season Resumes August 11

August 9, After much collaboration with our conference partners, and careful analysis of the County Board of Health’s most recent written guidance, we have decided to allow our extracurricular activities to resume on Tuesday, August 11. However, we must limit groups of gatherings to no more than ten, including the coach(es) or sponsor(s), to remain

Fall Season Remains Suspended

August 2,       In accordance with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health’s recommendation the Parma City School District plans to start remotely for at least the first nine weeks of the 2020-21 school year and all student based extracurricular activities remain suspended. Click link below for the full statement. https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sportshub2-uploads-prod/files/sites/9/2020/08/02212620/Update-82.pdf  

All Athletics Suspended Until Further Notice

Valley Forge, Yesterday the Cuyahoga County Board of Health released additional guidance and recommendations for school districts throughout the county. This guidance strongly recommends that all extra-curricular activities and sports be cancelled. Effective immediately all extra-curricular activities are suspended until further notice. The OHSAA is sticking to the August 1 start for the Fall season

Fall Season Delayed To August 10

The Parma City Schools in consolidation with the Great Lakes Conference have delayed the start of the Fall season to August 10. The start date could change if the  state or county releases guidelines. All scrimmages/meets/previews scheduled for the first week of August have been postponed.

I want a Season

https://governor.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/governor/administration/lt-governor/07072020   (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Lt. Governor Jon Husted today announced additional, short-term guidelines to help sports teams continue their efforts to return to play amid the global, COVID-19 pandemic. He also announced an awareness campaign to engage athletes and younger Ohioans in efforts to slow the spread of the virus. “One of the things I’ve missed

UPDATED COVID-19 POLICY

Valley Forge,   Yesterday, Governor Dewine and Cuyahoga County announced that masks are now MANDATORY in public places, county-wide. With this in mind, there are a couple new guidelines that we will need to follow, effective immediately. 1) All players MUST wear masks to and from practices/workouts until further notice. They SHOULD also have these

Return to Action – What You Need to Know

Monday,  June 8 PCSD we will slowly reopen Valley Forge high school to our athletic teams. Our coaches have been trained by University Hospital doctors in Covid 19 prevention measures. The following procedures must be followed by all athletes and coaches. 1) All athletes must update and sign all forms in Final Forms. If forms

PCSD – Return to Action Plan

Hello, In collaboration with the Ohio High School Athletic Association and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, we have developed guidelines that will allow us to safely resume skills training for our athletic programs. It is extremely important that all families and athletes read through the following information and strictly follow all of the guidelines