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2020/2021 Athletic Season

Aug 17, 2020 11:14 AM

2020-2021 School Year Sports Seasons

New guidelines from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) and KingCo Conference offer a chance that Renton School District athletes could start participating in interscholastic league competition with a modified and shortened sports seasons in late December. The guidelines also open the possibility that if King County is in Phase 3 or higher of the governor’s Safe Start Washington plan, there might be in-person coaching period for all sports (similar to what is usually offered in the summer) as early as Sept. 30.

With those requirements in mind, here’s a possible high school athletic schedule for Renton Schools:

  • Season 1: Sept. 7-Nov. 1- No interscholastic competition
  • Season 2: Dec. 28-Feb. 28- Basketball, Bowling, Boys’ Swim & Dive, Gymnastics, Wrestling.
  • Season 3:
    • Feb. 17- May 9- Football
    • March 1- April 25- Regular season Boys’ Golf, Boys Tennis (State events for these sports will take place at the end of season 4).
    • March 1- May 2- Volleyball, Girls Soccer, Girls Swim & Dive, Cross Country
  • Season 4:
    • April 26- June 27- Girls Tennis, Fastpitch Softball, Track & Field, Baseball, Girls Golf, Boys Soccer
    • June 14-June 27- State events for Boys’ Golf and Boys’ Tennis
      • NOTE: WIAA is aware that the end dates for season 4 are after nearly all high school graduations. They will work with member schools/districts to come up with the best post-season plan for season 4 athletes/teams.

NOTE:

  • All dates are tentative as we continue to adjust our school year in response to COVID-19 pandemic.
  • We will attempt to open registration at least four (4) weeks prior to any permissible WIAA sport-related activity. Please continue to check the Renton School District website four weeks prior to the season start date.
  • Due to shortened seasons, practices and contests could be scheduled on Saturdays and during traditional break periods such as Presidents Day and Spring Break.