RVC offers guidelines for spectators


     Guidelines for spectators of the upcoming high school baseball and softball season have been released by the River Valley Conference.

     Most of the 14 schools in the RVC will be accepting a free will offering in lieu of an admission charge for baseball and softball games, including Monticello. West Liberty will not charge admission, while Durant, Iowa City Regina and Wilton will charge normal admission fees.

     Other guidelines are as follows:


     • Eash school will have limited or no bleacher seating available.

     • Fans are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs.


     • Consession stands will not be offered, per Iowa Department of Education and Department of Public Health guidelines.

     • Coolers will be allowed to be brought in, and are subject to search. Coolers are to be limited to use by single household members.


     • Restrooms will be available and will be cleaned regularly.

Personal Protection

Equipment (PPE)

     • Facemasks are not required but are encouraged.

     • Spectators are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer.

Spectators are

expected to:

     • Accept personal responsibility for following public health guidelines.

     • Practice safe social distancing.

     • Be patient and use common sense.

     • Not use or bring sunflower seeds.

     • Abide by posted signage.

     • Stay home if you show symptoms, have a temperature of 100.4 or higher, or if you have been in contact with someone with a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days.

     The season is scheduled to begin with games on Monday, June 15.




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