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In news today…
Due to the increase in local COVID-19 cases, Cleveland High School athletics will immediately move into the RED phase of their COVID Protocol. All fans are required to enter Raider Arena or Jones Center from the lobby for temperature checks, masks are required to be worn at all times, and social distancing seating is expected.
Thursday’s Boys Basketball Game vs Notre Dame will be played with a maximum of 500 people in the stands. Tickets have been reserved for families of players, cheerleaders and the dance squad. Raider Passes and TSSAA/TACA passes will be honored and General Admission tickets will be limited to 180. Cleveland City Employees will not be able to use their ID for admittance while we are in the RED protocol phase.
Friday’s Boys Basketball Game vs Bradley will be played with limited capacity as well. CHS is limiting tickets to families with vouchers from their coach and Raider Passes. Tickets already purchased at CHS or the Town Squire will be honored. At this time all ticket sales have been suspended. Cleveland CIty Employees will not be able use their ID for admittance while we are in the RED protocol phase. The game will be streamed on the CHSLive YouTube Channel.
Saturday’s Wrestling Duals has been cancelled. An update for the Friday night’s wrestling match vs Father Ryan will be shared soon.
Also in news today…
Bradley County Schools continues to do everything in our power to be proactive in mitigating the spread of COVID-19. Due to the continued rise of staff/students in quarantine and the inability to effectively cover classes, Bradley Central will switch to virtual learning on Thursday, December 10th through Friday, December 11th. The administration will continue to assess the situation and communicate as necessary.
Students wishing to receive meals while on virtual learning may do so on Thursday and Friday at the bus ramp under the cafeteria awning from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Students will receive breakfast and lunch each day. Parents/Guardians may pick up the meals, and students do not have to be present.
In order to better serve our community and improve accessibility, the BCHD will be moving their testing location to the Tennova-Cleveland West campus at 2800 Westside Dr NW, beginning today. Testing hours will remain 9:00am – 11:00 am.