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Poyen Football Game Information


Posted Date: 10/13/2020

Poyen Football Game Information

 

Mount Ida School District

Office of the Superintendent

Press Release 10/13/2020

Mount Ida vs  Poyen Admission Procedures

Junior High football game at Poyen October 15th at 7:00 will be general admission.  No ticket vouchers will be necessary.

Senior High Football vs Poyen at Mount Ida on October 16th at 7:00 PM.

We would like all Mount Ida fans to enter through the fieldhouse gate.

Mount Ida fans are only allowed a certain number of ticket vouchers for football games.  Therefore, players, band members, and cheerleader parents and guardians will get their ticket vouchers first.  Parents and guardians will have until Tuesday to let their sponsor, director, or coach know how many ticket vouchers they need for the game (LIMIT OF 4).  Ticket vouchers will then be distributed to parents.

All remaining Ticket Vouchers will be available to the public for pickup at Mount Ida True Value Hardware on Wednesday at noon until Friday at 5:00 pmTrue Value Hours (7:00 am- 5:00 pm)

 What to do with my ticket voucher?

You must take the voucher and $5.00 per voucher to pay at the gate. Please pay the gatekeeper with correct change to limit exposure.  (You will not prepay for vouchers at True Value.)

If you have a AAA pass you will not need a Voucher for this game.

Guidelines for attendance:

The Arkansas Activities Association has made it clear to the school districts across the state that everyone must comply with social distancing and mask guidelines if we are going to be allowed to start and FINISH athletic seasons.  If masks are not worn and guidelines are not followed, those in violation will be asked to leave the stadium and could even lead to a stop in the game.  We of course don’t want this to happen, but these are the guidelines set forth.  Masks must be worn at all times unless consuming food or drink.  We also ask that fans and students please stay in their family pods and designated social distancing areas, and refrain from gathering in unmarked areas around the stadium. Parents, please keep your students and children in designated social distancing areas.  We also ask that if you do not wish to abide by these guidelines, please remain at home and listen to our game broadcast on 105.3 FM.

We appreciate your cooperation with this situation, as we want our student athletes to not only start the season, but FINISH the season.  We also want our other sports to be able to take place after football season, so that is another reason why it is so important that we all comply with these guidelines.  Thank you again.

Michael White, Superintendent/Athletic Director