TOPEKA — The KSHSAA Executive Board will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday to publicly discuss results from a survey from Kansas superintendents. The board will discuss the start date for fall sports and activities.
The KSHSAA has announced it will allow students who choose remote learning to participate in sports.
The NFHS is tracking the status of high school sports as fall seasons approach.
Because of the pandemic, several states have delayed the start of the fall sports season or altered the sports calendar.
Several state associations have delayed the start of the fall season.
ARIZONA (Golf, Aug. 24; Badminton, Aug. 31; All other fall sports, Sept. 7)
CALIFORNIA (December 2020 or January 2021)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (Jan. 4)
FLORIDA (Aug. 24)
HAWAII (Aug. 19)
GEORGIA Football Sept. 4
KENTUCKY (Aug. 3)
MAINE (Sept. 8)
MASSACHUSETTS (Sept. 14)
MISSISSIPPI (Aug. 10; Football, Aug. 17)
NEVADA (Winter sports Jan. 2; Fall sports Feb. 20; Spring sports April 3)
NEW JERSEY (Sept. 14)
NEW MEXICO (The NMAA cancels fall contact sports. The 2020 football, soccer seasons will start spring semester.)
NEW YORK (Not before Sept. 21)
NORTH CAROLINA (Sept. 1)
OREGON (Aug. 17; Football prohibited until further notice)
SOUTH CAROLINA (Aug. 17)
TEXAS (Aug. 3, 1A-4A football, volleyball; 5A-6A start Sept. 7)
VIRGINIA (Dec. 14)
WASHINGTON (Sept. 7)
WEST VIRGINIA (Aug. 17)
WISCOSNIN (Girls golf, girls tennis, girls swimming and diving, and boys and girls cross country Aug. 17; Football, boys soccer, boys, girls volleyball Sept. 7)
NO FALL FOOTBALL—California, District of Columbia, Nevada, New Mexico, Virginia, Washington