May 18, 2020 Update –
During our extended closure, district leadership, including directors and principals, continue to gather virtually for the all hands meeting. These frequent meetings have helped us align efforts to address student needs and operational needs during this closure. The Athletic Office has been communicating with in the District, as well as the metro area and around the state with other high schools to stay in line with what they are doing based on their area governments. Please know that our first priority is everyone’s safety.
Returning to Work in Our Facilities – Employees Only
Since spring break we have asked most employees to work remotely due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. As things begin to open up across the nation, Missouri, and the region, we have outlined a staged plan for returning to work in our facilities. The first stage begins on May 26. CLICK HERE for details.
What does this all mean for Activities & Athletics?
Oakville High School and its Facilities are closed through the end of June (6/30/20). All Oakville activities and facilities are also closed during this time and this includes practices, games and camps until at least July 1st.** More information to come as it is disseminated by C.O. moving forward.
- Camp Refunds – if you have submitted payment for any summer camp that will be cancelled, you will be refunded. Checks will be shredded, credit cards will be refunded and cash will be held for you to pick up once the building is open to the public. Oakville Athletics will communicate with each parent as refunds are made.
- Camp Reschedules – we will look to reschedule some June camps to July if possible. That schedule will be coming soon and is subject to change.
- Questions – please contact the coach/sponsor of your interest or email email@example.com.
The Future of Activities/Athletics:
As of today, we are scheduled as usual for Fall Sports. With the first day of practice/tryouts being Monday, August 10, 2020 and the first day of school, . If COVID guidelines and restrictions, determined by the health department and the CDC, make changes from our normal, we will share with families, coaches, and student athletes.
Stay healthy Tigers!