Two Plano Football Varsity Games Cancelled and Jackson Elementary Moves to Online Learning Both Due to Covid

               The next two Plano football varsity matches have been cancelled after a confirmed Covid case according to a WFAA article published on November 12th. In it they say: 

“The two games will not affect the District 6-6A standings, as the games will be ruled "no contest." The games will not be counted as a forfeit or a loss, school officials said. After the two-week quarantine comes to an end, Plano expects to resume their season on Nov. 27, with their game against Flower Mound.”

            More than that, Plano ISD’s Jackson Elementary School has decided to move to online learning due to the increase in cases in Plano according to a Community Impact article published on November 14th. In it they say: 

“Plano ISD’s Jackson Elementary will return to fully remote learning Nov. 16-20 due to an increase in confirmed coronavirus cases and the number of people being quarantined, according to the district.”

             The good news is that in either case, the changes are not long lasting and impacting. Kids can go back to school when the numbers go down, and the two cancelled games won’t affect the team standing. 

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