Update: According to the Bangor Daily News, football and volleyball are likely to move to spring with the other sports likely to be allowed to begin practices, Sept. 15.
MPA to OK some fall sports but push football and volleyball to springhttps://t.co/nu96KQRkfy
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) September 9, 2020
Members of 3 state agencies including the Maine Principals’ Association met through late this afternoon (Sept. 9) getting close to decisions on fall school sports. Health and safety guidelines are still being finalized.
— Travis Lazarczyk (@TLazarczykMTM) September 9, 2020
Source tells CBS 13 MPA’s new guidelines have been approved by state agencies, however superintendents and school board association still have questions. #mesports
— Dave Eid (@DaveEidWGME) September 9, 2020
The Maine Principals’ Association and state agencies met Wednesday, trying to hammer out decisions, and health and safety guidelines, for fall high school sports in Maine: https://t.co/waVJf3uo5v pic.twitter.com/lQ9sBelsRg
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) September 9, 2020
BREAKING from the Maine Principals Association:
"Consensus on guidelines reached" for fall sports
Meeting today between MPA, Governor's office and state agencies – consensus reached except for new minor edits, finished documents to be finalized and shared tomorrow. @WMTWTV
— Terry Stackhouse (@TStackhouseWMTW) September 9, 2020