As middle and high school students move to full-time distance learning, extra-curricular activities will continue.
Dozens of students, parents and other supporters gathered outside Monday night's School Board meeting. They spoke, held signs and chanted "let them play." They then moved inside for the meeting but space was limited due to social distancing requirements.
In the end, the School Board voted 5 to 1 to allow extra curriculars to continue until the district receives new guidance from the state.