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TSSAA Lays Out Guidelines For Summer

Per Bernard Childress, executive director of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association it will be up to the local boards of educations and school board directors on how much face to face activities will be allowed.

The TSSAA will not regulate the summer time programs. However, all gatherings in person and virtually are expected to follow the the guidelines and calendar set forth by the TSSAA.

“No one knows when school or non-school teams will be allowed to compete against one another,” Childress said. “But in terms of practice, coaches should already be familiar with the council’s calendar for their sport and are free to conduct practice sessions within the framework of those rules and the social distancing guidelines of health professionals.”

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