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SOCIAL DISTANCING AND TEMPERATURE CHECKS TO BE DONE AT HIGH SCHOOL SPORTING EVENTS

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Cumberland County Athletic Director Dean Patton wishes to remind everyone of the following rules by the TSSAA (Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association) regarding upcoming games. All coaches, players, team staff, officials and fans must have their temperatures checked before entering. No one whose temperature measures 100.4 or greater will be admitted. Member schools require all fans attending games wear facial coverings at all times while on-site (except children under the age of 2) and maintain social distancing (six feet or the equivalent of two empty seats between themselves and other fans) from anyone other than those living in the same household.

The Cumberland County Jets first football game will be at home Friday, August 21,2020 versus Scott County

The Stone Memorial Panthers first football game will be on the road Friday, August 21, 2020 at Grace Academy.


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