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Published by D300:
Important Information for Spectators Regarding Tonight’s Hampshire High School Football Game:
District 300 has been notified by the Kane County Health Department (KCHD) that Hampshire High School will observe an “Adaptive Pause” two-week closure from October 12 through October 22 as a mitigation strategy to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 within Hampshire High School. Since September 28, Hampshire High School has had 37 positive COVID-19 student cases.
As a result, only immediate family members of students who are on the football team or who are participating in marching band/dance will be permitted as spectators at tonight’s Hampshire High School football game against Huntley. All spectators in attendance will be required to wear a mask.
Unfortunately, individuals who are not immediate family members to a student on the football team or to a student participating in marching band or dance will not be permitted to tonight’s game.
Football players will be allowed to play in tonight’s game per the required KCHD testing protocols.
Marching band and dance members will participate as scheduled utilizing COVID mitigation strategies such as physical distancing and masking, as appropriate.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter.