Austin Beutner, the superintendent for the Los Angeles Unified School District, introduced Monday that sports conditioning will return to campuses the week of March 1.
Conditioning started in November, then was halted in early December due to a surge in COVID-19 instances.
As with the previous practices, students and coaches are expected to must be examined weekly.
Conditioning doesn’t imply Beutner will clear the way for a return to high school sports competitors. He has said up to now that if it’s not safe sufficient to be in a classroom, it’s not safe sufficient to participate in a sports competitors. It stays to be seen if he’ll change his philosophy.
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However conditioning is a should first step towards any return to sports for LAUSD athletes.