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Please follow all social distancing and mask requirements while in attendance. Masks must be worn at all times while in attendance of the game.

**Individuals may be asked to leave the venue if continued violations occur during any event at PVMS.

Pleasant View Middle School COVID-19 Compliance Plan

Pleasant View Middle School has designed the following guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our community while engaging in athletics.

Safety Requirements for Sports:

  • We will continue the practice of daily symptom assessments using the Monitoring Forms provided by OHSAA.

  • We will insist that anyone experiencing symptoms stay home.

  • Coaches will participate in COVID-19 education. This will be complete by September 2, 2020. Coaches will document that they shared information with their athletes by Friday September 4, 2020.

  • Players, coaches and officials will be informed not to physically contact each other before or after practice or pregame and competitive play. This includes greetings, team huddles, high-fives or congregating.

  • Coaches, athletic trainers and volunteers will be expected to wear face coverings at all times.

  • Officials and players will be expected to wear face coverings while not on the field/court.

  • Hand sanitizer will be available.


  • Signage and e-Ticket disclaimers will communicate to spectators that face masks must be worn at all times.

  • Signage will ask spectators to conduct daily assessment checks and to stay home if experiencing symptoms.

  • Signage will instruct family members to sit together and socially distance themselves 6-feet from others. Markers will be provided on seats for guidance.

  • Signage will discourage congregation.

  • E -Tickets will be sold and prioritized to athletic families and households for both home and away competitors.

Limitations on Spectators at Sports Venues:

  • We will sell tickets at 15% of our seated capacity.

  • When feasible, isolated entrance and exit doors will be identified, encouraged and labeled.

  • E -Tickets will be available using the Local Level App to encourage contactless ticketing.

  • In some sports with multiple contests played in an evening, we may empty the venue between games.

Practices. Games. Tournaments:

  • We will comply with all orders relative to the number of participants in any contest as well as the number of opponents in a given day.


  • Players will be expected to provide their own water.

  • We will not provide communal water for home or visiting teams

  • Equipment will be sanitized regularly

  • Players will not share materials such as towels, food, or uniform equipment.

Sports Facilities:

  • Athletic venues, locker rooms, and weight rooms will be sanitized daily and after contests.

  • Hand sanitizer will be available.

  • Ventilation systems will be running where available.

  • Ryan Washington, Brett Harmon and Brandon Robinson will be designated as the Compliance Officers.

  • If applicable, food and drink concessions will only sell prepackaged goods.


  • All persons on a bus will wear face masks

  • Pre-travel symptoms and temperature checks will be conducted and recorded prior to bus departure.

  • Players will be required to either ride the bus or in a car with a family member, whenever possible.

  • All team competitions will be conducted within our regional community.

Suspected. Confirmed Cases:

  • We will comply with all directives in the Director’s Order related to reacting to, quarantining, and communicating about confirmed and/or suspected cases.

  • Any athlete with a confirmed case will not be permitted to return to play or practice until we have a release signed by a doctor.

Important information for 2020-2021 Athletics

Below is the link to our athletic pre-season parent meeting powerpoint and required pre-season paperwork required for all student athletes. If you have any questions regarding any of the information provided, please feel free contact us by phone or email. Thank you and Go PANTHERS!

Student Waiver Form

SWCSD Athletic Policy

SWCSD Code of Conduct

Lindsay's Law Video

Concussion Information & Signature Form

Ohio High School Athletic Association ( OHSAA) Information

2020-2021 Pre-Season Parent/Student Signature form

Click here for the 20-21 Sports Physical Form

For anyone who needs to contact coaches or Athletic Coordinators for this upcoming school year, please use the following information:

Ryan Washington: Assistant Principal/Athletic Coordinator Office Phone Number: 614-801-3907


Advisor - Emilie Reedy

Any girl wishing to participate must have had a physical within the last year. We will need your paperwork documenting the physical exam. Here is a link to the current forms:

Click here for the 2021-2022 Cheerleading Try-Out Packet


Athletic Coordinator - Brandon Robinson

8th Grade Head Coach - Karley Kusan

7th Grade Head Coach - Annette Kusan

2021 Volleyball open gyms will be 8/2 & 8/3 from 8:00am-9:30am. Tryouts will start 8/4 & 8/5 from 8:00am-9:30am


Athletic Coordinator - Brandon Robinson

Head Football Coach - Adam Matheny

Click here for the 2021-2022 Football Website


Athletic Coordinator - Joel Doerfler

Head Coach - Adam Matheny


Athletic Coordinator - Joel Doerfler

Girls Head Coach (8th) - Devon Staten

Boys Head Coach (8th) - Payne Davis

Boys Head Coach (7th) - Evan Graham


Athletic Coordinator - Joel Doerfler

Girls Track Coach - Joel Doerfler

Boys Track Coach - Bryan Cook

Assistant - Chris Hoffman

Click here for the PVMS Track & Field website

Middle School OHSAA Policies for Academic Eligibility for Sports and Cheerleading

A student enrolling in the seventh grade for the first time will be eligible for the first grading period regardless of the previous academic achievement. Thereafter, in order to be eligible, a student in the grade 7 or 8 must be currently enrolled in school the immediately preceding grading period and received passing grades during the grading period in a minimum of four (4) of those subjects in which the student received grades.

South-Western City School District Policies:

In addition to the foregoing OHSAA academic eligibility standards, to be eligible for the first grading period of each academic year, the student must have attained the minimum marking period average for the grade level for which they are currently enrolled during the last marking period of the preceding year. (Exception: 1st grading period of 7th grade are eligible under OHSAA, guidelines.) Thereafter, they must attain the minimum marking period average for their grade level they are currently enrolled in to retain eligibility. Students in grades seven and eight must have attained a minimum marking period average of 1.8.

Just a reminder that Success Beyond the Classroom (SBC) Application Deadlines are: Fall (July 24, 2020), Winter (November 13, 2020), and Spring (March 5, 2021). Forms are available in the Main Office, on this website, and on the South-Western City School District Web site using the link above.

Pay to Participate Fees are due: Fall (September 11, 2020), Winter (November 27, 2020), and Spring (March 19, 2021)

Middle School Athletics and Cheerleading - $75.00 $37.50 Per Sport