Athletics & Extracurriculars
There will be no large group school activities, unless social distancing can be maintained. At the indentified time all extracurricular committees and groups must submit a safety plan to their building leader for approval.
The Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (DIAA) board voted to amend Emergency Regulation 1010, which grants permission for interscholastic athletics to occur with fall season sports starting on September 28th.
The Christina School District Athletics Reopening Plan has been developed as a result of attending online seminars and studying National Federation of State High School Associations, Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association and The Delaware Department of Public Health (DPH) guidelines.
January 8, 2021 Update: Based on the Governor’s most recent modification we had to again revise our statement on spectators for winter sports. The Christina School District will allow one spectator for each Christina School District Senior Athlete for all home events during the winter season with the exception of swimming and diving. Due to the size of the pool area and the number of athletes and coaches, we are not able to safely allow spectators. Additionally, the Christina School District will not allow any visiting team spectators to attend our home athletic events. The safety of our athletes, coaches, and families remain our number one priority. Please continue to check our website for any changes or modifications to this protocol. We appreciate your understanding as we work to provide athletics while maintaining safety.
- Proposal for Return to Athletics (PDF)
- Participation Waiver for Communicable Diseases Including COVID-19
The Christina School District Performing Arts reopening plan has been developed as a result of attending online seminars and studying National Association for Music Education, Delaware Department of Education Visual and Performing Arts Education Return to School Guidance Document, and Delaware Department of Public Health guidelines. In addition, we will be implementing specific procedures as our performing arts instructors and marching band staff begin the process of returning to school based performances.
The Christina School District will continue to support students and families to earn their in car driving time. Schools will contact those students and families who are eligible for in car driving. This process will continue throughout remote and hybrid learning, as long as safety protocols are able to be maintained. We will keep you updated as we learn more.
Prom & Formal Events
The Christina School District Prom/Formal Event reopening plan has been developed as a collaborative effort between CSD schools and the District office. The protocols outlined in this document are designed to keep students and staff safe during the event and minimize spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Last updated April 13, 2021