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FLOYDADA – In compliance with UIL rules, schools are limited to a maximum of 50% occupancy of the stadium.
Therefore, Floydada CISD will only be allowed to welcome 750 home side spectators and 500 visitors, including both bands inside Tyer Stadium for high school football games.
The Texas UIL has also pleaded schools to minimize the transfer of materials such as money and tickets at stadiums. Therefore, all tickets will pre-sale the week of home games. Parents of football players, cheerleaders and band members will be allowed to purchase tickets for their immediate family members on the Monday and Tuesday before each game. The remaining tickets will be sold to the general public on Wednesdays and Thursdays on a first come first serve basis until the maximum of 750 tickets have been sold.
Masks or face coverings over the nose and mouth will be required for all in attendance. Exceptions will be made to guests with a medical condition or disability that prevents them from wearing a face covering. Guests can remove their masks while eating, drinking and when a congregating group of people in the same household maintains at least 6 feet of social distancing.
Hand sanitizing will be available throughout the stadium and entrances for guests to use. Seating, handrails and other common surfaces will be cleaned and disinfected prior to each game. Restrooms will be cleaned and disinfected several times throughout the evening of each home game.
All ticket prices will be $4 as decided upon by District 2-2A member schools.
FCISD will implement the same health protocols and regulations at all sub-varsity home games.
Parents of athletes and cheerleaders will be given tickets that guarantee entry of their immediate family into the stadium. The remaining seats will be offered at first come-first served basis.
There will be no entry fee this year for sub-varsity games.
Since Floydada’s homecoming only happens every four years, our district will still have homecoming on Friday, Sept. 4. Floydada CISD will celebrate half-time festivities which include crowning of the homecoming queen.
Charles Tyer will be honored during pregame as the new stadium will be dedicated to his memory.