|2020-21 APPROVED RULE WAIVERS:|
|WIAA Handbook Rule 17.10.0 - SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2.0|
Summer 2.0 was extended for the remainder of the school year (ends with final event per league) with the following conditions:
- No Summer 2.0 during the first two weeks of any season start date
- Allow coaches to coach during open gym after the first two weeks of a season
- No competitions or travel
- In building only or facilities that school administrators approve
- Schools may limit the number of hours coaches may coach
|WIAA Handbook Rule 17.8.3 - OPEN GYM|
Students have a choice of activities offered during a designated time during each week. All other conditions of open gym remain in effect.
|WIAA Handbook Rule 18.23.1 - NON-SCHOOL PARTICIPATION|
Regular special treatment or priveleges will be defined as being no more than once a week.
|WIAA Handbook Rule 17.27.5 - JAMBOREE|
Only two (2) schools need to be involved in a jamboree. The jamboree limit per school will continue to be in effect, and is indicated in each specific sport section.
|WIAA Handbook Rule 43.3.1 - CONTEST DEFINITION|
Allows a high school varsity volleyball match to be a guaranteed five (5) sets. The following conditions apply:
- Based upon the WIAA/WOA Co-Op Agreement, the 5/5 varsity volleyball match fee will be $84.50 (plus travel) per official;
- The local volleyball assignor(s) must be notified at least one (1) week in advance of the request to play a guaranteed five (5) sets;
- The officials will report the match score according to the total number of sets played (5-0, 4-1, or 3-2).
|WIAA Handbook Rule 18.22.0 - CONCURRENT SPORTS LIMITATIONS|
Allows for concurrent participation if specified parameters are met.
|WIAA Handbook Rule 17.15.8.A - POSTSEASON QUALIFYING EVENTS|
Contests played during a league championship event (the final culminating event for the league) would not count toward the regular season limit during the 2020-21 school year.
|WIAA Handbook Rule 18.20.0 - EiGHTH (8th) GRADERS PARTICIPATION WITH THE HIGH SCHOOL TEAM *PIERCE COUNTY LEAGUE*|
Allows schools in the Pierce County League to utilize eighth graders in order to salvage baseball and/or softball programs with low participation numbers.