Pleasanton Public Schools is pleased to welcome Mr. Lightle!
"I am extremely excited to be selected as the next superintendent of the Pleasanton School District. I have watched Pleasanton from a distance and have always been impressed with the school and the community. During the interview process, I was blown away by not only the facilities but also the school board, students, and staff. One of my non-negotiables as a leader is making sure students are being served in a positive learning environment and that is what I felt throughout this process. It was easy to see everyone takes great pride in their school and I hope to continue that tradition for years to come. I look forward to meeting the staff and the community in the coming weeks and months. Go Dawgs!!!!"
CHI Ticketing Information for the 2021 NSAA State Wrestling Championships
In the observance of best safety practices and the assurance of social distancing, the ticketing process for the 2021 NSAA State Wrestling Tournament will look different than prior years.
- First, tickets will be sold individually (as opposed to by team and/or school) on Ticketmaster.com;
- All ticket sales will be purchased digitally and received digitally;
- To limit potential touchpoints, physical tickets are no longer available;
- Tickets may be purchased in pods of two or four, pods may not be split;
- All of the tickets within a pod must be purchased;
- Availability will be based upon approved capacity from the State Governor’s Office and Douglas County Health Department (DCHD).
Tickets will be sent to a purchaser via email. For entry, a guest may either access tickets directly from their email inbox or by utilizing the Ticketmaster smartphone app. CHI Health Center Omaha staff members can scan a QR code directly from a visitor’s smart device. Guests will keep their phone(s) in their own possession at all times.
MECA and the NSAA continue to collaborate on and determine needed modifications in order to receive necessary approval from local health officials for the 2021 tournament.
The event plan will be submitted to the Douglas County Health Department the first week in January and the plan is for tickets to go on sale at 10 AM on January 19th.
More information will become available in the new year; until then, CHI Health Center Omaha is thankful for the community’s patience and understanding while we all navigate the uncertainties of this pandemic. We jointly remain committed to taking the appropriate steps in order to ensure a safe and successful event.
Pleasanton Public Schools
Winter Sports Contest Attendance Policy
With the most recent Directed Health Measures (DHM) in place, the NSAA has now agreed to allow 50% seating capacity at school activities. In an effort to follow that directive, we have instituted a policy that will provide 8 tickets to each Pleasanton player/cheerleader who is eligible to participate and they may put any 8 people of their choosing on a pass list, we will no longer issue tickets. The visiting team will be given 100 tickets to distribute. The Pleasanton participants must provide their list of up to 8 names to their coach/sponsor the day prior to each home event. Once that list is submitted, no changes will be allowed to ensure the ticket takers have an accurate list at game time. The household restrictions no longer apply, but only those people whose name appears on the pass list may attend after paying admission. This DHM is a capacity based rule, therefore each individual, regardless of age, who plans to attend the game must have a ticket. All who enter the building must wear a mask at all times.
Limited concessions will be available for purchase.
It is important to note that different schools have varying gym capacities, some gyms in our conference could probably hold 1,200 fans while others could only hold about 400, we cannot control how other schools choose to address this situation, but we will do our best to keep you informed of other school’s attendance policies.
We will provide a STRIV streaming of one of the JV games on a rotating basis and both varsity games.
We appreciate your continued cooperation as we navigate through these changing Directed Health and NSAA measures. We ask that you be vigilant about appropriately wearing your mask at all times so we can continue to take advantage of increased attendance policies!
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Updated COVID-19 Protocol
The CDC has come out with new quarantine/isolation guidelines effective Thursday, Dec. 3rd @ 5:00pm. Two Rivers sent out a flyer with the new guidelines. A person with close contact with a person who has tested positive (the situation with 95% of our students) can end their quarantine after 7 days IF all of the following conditions have been met:
- The person seeks a COVID test on day 5 following exposure and their test is negative
- The person is not experiencing any symptoms
- The person self monitors for symptoms and wears a mask through day 14
For those who have had close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID and do not test, they can return after 10 days IF they also meet criteria two and three above.
Anyone testing positive for COVID must isolate for at least 10 days from the date of their test. Isolation may end when the following conditions have been met:
- The person is fever-free without the use of fever reducing medicine for 24 hours
- Any COVID symptoms are improving , though some symptoms may linger
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