Athletics

Questions about the Athletic Program and Schedules should be Directed to Josh Nichols, Athletic Director, MSAD#27,

joshuanichols@sad27.org

(207) 834-5540.

*MSAD 27 Community Wellness Center Open to District Employees. Contact 834-5540 FMI*

If your child is interested in sports at MSAD 27, sign-up w/ Josh Nichols, Athletic Director, office phone (834-5540)

ALL STUDENT-ATHLETES NEED PROOF OF A SPORTS PHYSICAL (GRADES 5-12) WITHIN THE LAST 2 YEARS

FKCHS Home Event Spectator Policy

High School SubVarsity and Varsity Soccer

FKCHS Home Soccer Games

Due to the Governor’s Executive Order on gathering size limits, currently set at 100

people outdoors or fewer if distancing rules cannot be accommodated, FKCHS home soccer game fans will be limited to two per active player on game days.

Each student-athlete on the active roster will receive two passes for family members of their choice for each home game. These passes must be shown upon entry to the game. Fans with passes may park in the row of parking spots in front of the soccer field.

No visiting spectators will be permitted. Most if not all schools will live webstream their home contests.

FKCHS Varsity and SubVarsity games will be web streamed live on https://www.wfktv-4.com/

We thank you in advance for your cooperation during these tough times.

General Guidance (from School Sports Guidance: Return to Competition for

Competitive Athletics and Activities in Maine)

    • Organizers of competitive sports and activities are responsible for limiting the number

of individuals that can gather in a shared space, in accordance with the Governor’s

Executive Order on gathering size limits, currently set at 50 people indoors and100

people outdoorsor fewer if distancing rules cannot be accommodated.

    • Players, coaches, volunteers, officials, and spectators count toward the

gathering limit.

    • All Individuals must wear a face covering when physical distancing is difficult to

maintain, per CDC recommendations and pertinent Executive Orders from the Office

of the Governor.

    • Individuals should maintain 6 feet of physical distance from individuals who are

not part of their household group whenever possible.

    • Spectators must maintain 6 feet of physical distance between themselves and

**other spectators as well as players.**Prohibiting cheering and yelling is

recommended. Clapping, ringing cowbells, and other activities that do not

involving the projection of respiratory droplets are low-risk alternatives.