As you know, the rise in cases of COVID-19 has required the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District (SANB) to enter into a Distance Learning Model. In addition, Governor Walz announced this evening extended restrictions to help curb the pandemic, including a pause in youth activities this fall and for the beginning of the winter season. Despite the difficulties 2020 continues to present, this is still my favorite time of year and I am resolved to seek out and appreciate those areas for which I am still very thankful. As I provide a few updates on the current status of SANB activities, I’d also like to share some of the highlights from this fall - amidst the current health crisis and general uncertainty in the world.
Here’s what we know:
Governor Walz’s “pause” includes all youth and school sports. This information is specific to SANB sports and activities. Look for more information regarding other youth sport opportunities from the host organizations.
All St. Anthony Village High School fall sports will end by 11:59 p.m., on Friday (11/20). This includes football, volleyball, and cheerleading.
The start of the winter sport season will be delayed for four weeks - at least until December 18, 2020.
Any activity that is able to be held virtually will do so. More information will be provided in the weekly announcements, at letsgohuskies.com, and through coaches/advisors.
We will post more information when it becomes available.