• The health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority and it will continue to be as we begin school-sponsored summer athletics/activities. Our plan to begin these activities was developed with the Governor’s Plan to Reopen Kansas, Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) guidelines and Blue Valley guidelines as a roadmap.


    While we continue to adapt to this unprecedented and rapidly evolving situation, district high schools are tentatively planning for a Monday, June 15 start to voluntary, outdoor athletics and activities conditioning. The date was selected in hopes that we will be in Phase 3, which allows for larger group size, and gives staff time to thoughtfully plan for the health and safety of those involved. High schools will send detailed school-specific information to families by June 1. Additional updates around summer athletics/activities include:

    • All middle school conditioning is cancelled.

    • All school-sponsored summer camps for elementary, middle and high school students are cancelled for June. Decisions about camps scheduled for July will be made at a later time.

    • Indoor athletics/activities are cancelled for June. Indoor athletics/activities are tentatively scheduled to begin on Monday, July 6. Stay tuned for more information.

    • Outdoor facility rentals will begin in June.

    • YMCA will resume summer childcare at selected Blue Valley school sites. 


    Blue Valley recognizes the ongoing concerns related to COVID-19 as well as the need to gradually resume physical activity to decrease the risk of injury. The following are examples of precautions that will be taken to protect the health and safety of students.

    • All summer school-sponsored athletics/activities are voluntary.

    • Social distancing will be required.

    • Mass gathering guidelines will be followed.

    • No shared equipment will be used.

    • Frequent hand washing or use of hand sanitizer is encouraged.

    • Cleaning processes will follow the CDC recommendations for disinfecting community spaces.

    • KSHSAA guidelines related to the gradual acclimation to physical activity will be followed.


    Extra-curricular and co-curricular activities in the high schools are a significant part of the total educational experience available to students. These activities are an extension of the classroom and contribute immeasurably to a positive school climate and individual student growth. Participation in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities is strongly encouraged because students learn teamwork, self-discipline and the value of hard work, develop physically and emotionally, and develop a sense of belonging.


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    Activities tied to a specific class, Debate/Forensics, Newspaper, Yearbook




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    Baseball - Spring (Boys only), Basketball - Winter, Bowling - Winter (Girls only), Cheerleading, Cross Country - Fall, Football - Fall (Boys only), Golf - Fall (Girls) and Spring (Boys), Soccer - Fall (Boys) and Spring (Girls), Softball - Spring (Girls only), Swimming - Winter (Boys) and Spring (Girls), Tennis - Fall (Girls) and Spring (Boys), Track - Spring, Volleyball - Fall (Girls only), Wrestling - Winter



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    Instrumental Music, Orchestra, Theater, Vocal Music




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    Other Clubs/Organizations

    Academic Decathlon, Art Club, Categories/Scholar Bowl, DECA/FBLA, Diversity Club, Environmental Club, FCCLA, KAY Club, National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society, Prom Committee, REbeL, Technology Student Association, and a variety of teacher-initiated or student-initiated clubs.





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