BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Public Schools will resume a “nearly traditional” spring sports season, with up to seven weeks of competition.
The five-phase plan starts March 8, with voluntary small group conditioning.
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Try-outs and practices run from March 15 to April 3. Competitions begin April 5 through May 22.
City Schools said they’ll offer conditioning and “end-of-the-year opportunities” for non-spring athletes during spring competition season.
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All students in grades 9-12 can participate, conditional on their progress toward graduation, City Schools said.
They said families and students should reach out to their individual schools for more information.
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