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Updated Athletic Restart Information for Parents and Athletes- December 18, 2020

Rough Rider Parents and Athletes, As many of you know, Portage County has moved from level purple back to level red on the Covid 19 Ohio Public Health Advisory System. With this change in advisory levels, Kent City Schools has made the following changes to the current status of athletics, following the plan previously released to our

VERY IMPORTANT ATHLETIC INFORMATION PERTAINING TO COVID 19

Good Morning Rider Nation, As many of you know, Portage County moved from level red to the highest risk level, level purple yesterday on the Covid 19 Ohio Public Health Advisory System. With this change in advisory levels, Kent City Schools has made the decision to begin total remote learning in all buildings beginning Wednesday,

2020-2021 Winter Sport Covid & Ticket Guidelines

Good Afternoon Rough Riders, As our nation, state and the community of Kent continues our battle with Covid 19, Kent City Schools and the Roosevelt Athletic Department will continue to carefully move forward during this very challenging time. Keeping our student/athletes, coaches and parents safe will continue to be our number one priority during the pandemic. The link

Win at Fundraising: Order Chipotle, Raise Funds for Your Teams | Presented by VNN

Chipotle has always been committed to preparing real food made with real ingredients, and is a long-time supporter of local high school teams and clubs. Chipotle has hosted 228,000 restaurant fundraisers which have given back more than $71,000,000 to local causes, including to high school athletics. Now, Chipotle is excited to announce a partnership with VNN

2020 REVISED Fall Sport Update – August 21, 2020

Good Afternoon Rider Nation, As many of you know, the Governor announced updated return to play guidelines for contact sports on Tuesday, August 18th. With the many changes to league school game start dates within the Suburban League, that lead to multiple schedule changes after the Governor’s announcement, Kent City Schools will make the following adjustments to moderate to high risks