Flagler County Schools Suspends All Fall Sports Until Further Notice Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

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Flagler County Conditioning program can continue

Flagler County Schools has made the decision to postpone all fall sports until further notice on Wednesday.

FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA – Flagler County Schools has made the decision to postpone all fall sports until further notice on Wednesday.

Fall sports includes football, bowling, golf, swimming, cross country, and volleyball.

The decision comes on the heels when the Florida High School Athletic Association voted earlier this week not to make any changes to the fall sports calendar at the state level.

FHSAA decided to leave school districts the discretion to make adjustments, according to local circumstances.

What does this mean for Flagler County athletes?

The conditioning program will continue as it has since it began last month, with safety protocols in place.

Currently, the teams are in Phase 1 of the multi-phased system.

However, tryouts and practices will not begin on July 27 as originally scheduled.

The head coaches and athletic directors at each school can give additional information to the students and their families.

District staff continues to work with school administrators and athletic directors to monitor and reevaluate our protocols.

Flagler Schools encourages potential athletes to complete their online Athletic Clearance so that they may participate in conditioning and be ready for tryouts, practices, and competitions when they are allowed to resume.

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