Patriots News · Home Varsity Football Covid-19 Plan


The following precautions will be in place for home Seeger Varsity Football games. All fans should self-screen prior to arrival and to stay home if feeling ill in any way or have been exposed to COVID-19. Fans should not enter if they are feeling ill in anyway.
Entrances –
North Gate – extremely limited grass parking, but a gate is available
Tennis Gate – Seeger fans should use the gate on the east side of the complex located between the tennis courts.
Main Football Gate – Visiting schools should use the main gate to the football complex.
Social Distancing
Fans are highly encouraged to bring their own chair to socially distance around the track fencing. If necessary, more social distanced seating area will be available for personal portable chairs on the track itself. Bleacher seating capacity is limited to 250 for the home side bleachers by the IHSAA. Social distancing should be followed in the stands. Fans should sit as family units and distance from other fans.
To help us socially distance and accommodate more fans, we are not restricting any seating around the track fencing as long as social distancing requirements are being met. If possible, please bring your own chairs and socially distance around the track or grass areas.
To ensure more bleacher seating for fans unable to bring their own chairs, the band and students will be seated in portable bleachers to the north of the main home bleachers beginning August 21st.
Visiting schools should use the restrooms in the sports building, while Seeger fans will be asked to use the restrooms in the concession stand to limit contact between different communities.
Concession stand windows will be separated by dividers for the home and away crowds.
Governor Holcomb’s Masking Executive Order –
Applies to anyone 8 years or older in indoor public spaces, commercial entities or transportation services, or outside public spaces when you cannot socially distance.
Mask use in schools is required for grades 3 and up, faculty and staff, volunteers and anyone else in schools.
Masks are also required for co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, with exceptions for strenuous physical activity.
Exceptions will be made for medical purposes, strenuous physical activity, eating and drinking.
Masks are strongly recommended for ages 2 – 7.
For the safety of all students and staff as well as the family members that students and staff return home to each evening,
MSD of Warren County will attempt to adhere as closely as possible to this executive order from the Governor. Students and fans should have access to a mask at all times.
Indoor Masking
Masks will be required for anyone entering an indoor space (locker rooms, restrooms, press box). Masks will be required for all concession workers. All concessions are pre-packaged.
Egregious violators of event protocols will be asked to leave by event staff.