LINCOLN — The Nebraska School Activities Association has eased restrictions, and is allowing high schools to hold open gyms for some sports.
Activity will be limited to individual skills and workouts. There is to be no physical contact with others, no sharing of equipment and no grouping of students. Supervisors will be required at open gyms to make sure and enforce the restrictions.
Beginning June 18, the NSAA will let high schools participate in camps, clinics and summer leagues in all sanctioned activities except basketball, football, soccer and wrestling.
“Prioritizing the health and safety of all students and staff must remain the focus of each NSAA member school,” the NSAA said in a press release. “Should the governor issue further (mandates) to modify the foregoing provisions or other conditions warrant, these requirements will be adjusted.”