RCSD limiting sports crowds to 2 people per athlete
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — The stands for fans at games in the Rochester City School District will be limited this fall.
The RCSD Tuesday announced it is restricting the number of spectators to 2 per athlete, for all athletic games, both indoors and out.
Additionally, the district says all fans are required to wear masks and keep physical distance at games.
Last month, the New York State Department of Education (NYSED) recommended that school districts cancel “high-risk” sports in high-transmission areas like Monroe County. Districts continued on with the season, with several schools not restricting crowds, but asking people to mask up indoors.
The RCSD is limiting the number of spectators to 2 per athlete, for all athletic games, both indoors and out. All spectators are required to wear masks and practice social distancing at these school events. pic.twitter.com/xyU4yTlKz9— Rochester City School District (@RCSDNYS) September 7, 2021
The policy could change depending on further guidance, as well as community transmission rates.
The full athletics schedule can be found here.