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Phoenix High School

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Pirate Athletics & Activities

Phoenix High School

Pirate Athletics & Activities

Phoenix High School

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Announcement

7 months ago @ 2:42PM

PHS begins football practice

 After a long wait, the Phoenix High School football program officially begins practice on Tuesday, February 16.

The Pirates are preparing for a five-game Skyline Conference season that will start on Friday, March 5 when they host Hidden Valley. The game will be the first contest on the newly named Phoenix-Talent Rising Field and the all-weather playing surface that is currently being installed.

Based on current state guidelines, fans will not be allowed to attend contact sports events this spring. However, all PHS varsity football games will be live-streammed on tablerocksports.net

Following is a copy of the Outdoor Contact Sports Opt-In Form for Phoenix High School:

Outdoor Contact Sports Opt-In Form

Updated 2/16/2021

This form is to be used by a school located in a county designated as High Risk or Extreme Risk to notify of its intent to opt in to offer outdoor contact sports for the 2020-21 school year in accordance with the Governor’s February 10, 2021 update to Outdoor Contact Sports Guidance. Once final, this form will be posted to a school or district website and a link to it will then be sent to ODE.

In Lower Risk and Moderate Risk counties, practices and games for outdoor contact sports, including high school football, can resume following health and safety guidance to be issued by the Oregon Health Authority.

In High Risk and Extreme Risk counties, where COVID-19 remains more widespread, schools and other sports organizations can opt-in to resuming outdoor full contact sports with additional protocols in place. In such counties, sports organizations must offer on-site responsive testing for symptomatic individuals and close contacts, contact information for contact tracing, and a waiver identifying health and safety risks and a commitment to isolation and quarantine if exposed to COVID-19.  Schools in Extreme and High Risk counties must also have at least limited in-person instruction occurring, with the goal of achieving hybrid or full in-person instruction for students this school year.  Schools must also be in compliance with state guidance for COVID-19 testing.

Please fill out the following information for your school, district or program:

Information Needed

Your Response

Name of School, District or Program

Phoenix High School

Key Contact Person for this Plan

Carrie McDonald

Phone Number of this Person

541-944-6257

Email Address of this person

Carrie.mcdonald@phoenix.k12.or.us

Specify Outdoor Contact Sports Included in this Plan

football, cheerleading

Intended Starting Date for this Plan

February 16, 2021

 

 

 

School Instructional Model

OHA Requirements

  • The school must Offer, at a minimum, Comprehensive Distance Learning with Limited In-Person Instruction (LIPI), with the goal of implementing Hybrid or full On-Site Instructional Models for students before the end of the 2020-21 school year.
  • Detail your school’s current instructional model and note the date it began.

Plan Details for School Instructional Model

Please enter the details of your plan that correspond to the requirements listed above:

Phoenix High School began Hybrid Learning on February 1, 2021. Students attend school four days per week (2 ½ hours per session).

On-Site Testing for Symptomatic Individuals and Close Contacts

OHA Requirements

  • The school must offer on-site responsive testing for symptomatic individuals and those with known exposures to individuals with COVID-19. This applies to athletes and support staff and volunteers.  Schools must also be in compliance with state guidance for COVID-19 testing.
  • Detail your school’s specific plans to meet this requirement.
  • Please review COVID-19 Testing in Oregon’s K-12 Schools for additional information.

Plan Details for On-Site Testing for Symptomatic Individuals and Close Contacts

Please enter the details of your plan that correspond to the requirements listed above:

On-site testing of symptomatic individuals will be done by our school district nurse or another district staff member who has been trained in administering the test.

Contact Information for Contact Tracing

OHA Requirements

  • The school must commit to collecting contact information for the purpose of contact tracing for each participant, coach, official, staff member, spectator, etc. for each outdoor contact sports practice and contest.
  • Detail your school’s specific plans to meet this requirement.
  • Sample contact tracing forms:

 

Plan Details for Contact Information for Contact Tracing

Please enter the details of your plan that correspond to the requirements listed above:

Rosters for contact sports (football) have been shared with the district staff members involved in contact tracing.

 

Student-Athlete Waiver

OHA Requirements

  • The school must have a waiver completed for each student-athlete prior to outdoor contact sports participation identifying health and safety risks and a commitment to isolation and quarantine if exposed to COVID-19.
  • Waivers must be kept on file at the school.  Detail your school’s specific plans to meet this requirement.
  • Sample Student Waiver Form

Plan Details for Student-Athlete Waiver

Please enter the details of your plan that correspond to the requirements listed above:

All student-athletes have signed this waiver. The waiver forms are file in the Phoenix High School office.

 

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