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Clarksville ISD Stadium Protocol for the 2020 Varsity Football Season

  • Our visitor’s bleachers have room for 295 fans and 402 for the home bleachers.  We have standing room only spots available for another 50 fans on each side.  (Fans may bring lawn chairs.)  There will be no Pre-Sale tickets as the gate will begin to sell at 4pm on Friday.
  • Tickets are $5.00 flat rate
  • All UIL and TEA guidelines will be followed.
  • Visiting Team’s Locker Room will be disinfected and sanitized prior to arrival.
  • All children must be accompanied by an adult when seated in the bleachers. No Play areas.
  • In order to comply with UIL guidelines, every person will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms before entering the stadium and subject to be rejected.


  • Do not enter the stadium if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to someone who has.
  • Home fans will be allowed to visit concessions during the 2nd and 4th quarters only. Visitors will be 1st and 3rd quarters.


All stadium visitors ten years of age and older are mandated to wear a face covering per UIL guidelines.

Exceptions include:


  • Any person with a medical condition or disability that prevents wearing a face covering.
  • While a person is consuming Food or drink.
  • At least 6 feet of social distancing from anyone not in your household; or

 Any other reason or circumstance indicated under Executive Order


Clarksville Community – October 13

We have reached the tipping point in our district where consideration of school closure would make more sense on so many fronts. As of today I have gotten word that we have two more teachers who are now Coronavirus positive. That brings the total at Cheatham to 3 teachers who currently have a positive diagnosis. We were faced with quarantining a total of 3 entire grade levels at Cheatham today and it gets to a point where trying to have school would led to us having diminishing returns. Further I received notification this morning that we now have a high school teacher with a positive diagnosis.

We will fold up, take the rest of the week and start back up school on Monday. The rationale is that if there is anyone of our staff and students where the virus is lying dormant, this gives us the time to see and learn if they show symptoms. Delaying this decision and trying to have school could easily lead to longer disruptions. The most current research states that someone can be contagious 48 to 72 hours before any symptoms may occur and the symptoms can appear 4 to 8 days after the initial exposure. Taking school out to the picture will give us 10 consecutive days and open up a window that will allow us to determine if anything emerges with either teachers or students.

Unfortunately and seemingly predictable, this was homecoming week for CISD. A week that we could give back to our kids and restore some of the normal traditions of being in high school. This too will be yet another thing that will fall casualty to the current times. The football game with Detroit for homecoming will indeed be cancelled in the interest and pursuit of the safety and health for all. We will try to re-insert homecoming during the basketball season. I have to pause and think about how much has been taken from both the seniors of last year and this year. This district will continue to be conscious of the frustrations of our youth.








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Clarksville , Texas 75426
Phone: 903-427-3891
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