LAUSD suspends sports conditioning amid coronavirus spike
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A coronavirus surge causes Los Angeles Unified School District Supt. Austin Beutner to close campuses effective Thursday.
Less than a month after high schools received approval to begin sports conditioning on campuses, the Los Angeles Unified School District announced Monday it is suspending conditioning and closing campuses because of a surge in coronavirus cases.

Supt. Austin Beutner made the announcement that campuses would be closed by Thursday. More than 50 schools had received approval to begin conditioning. The high school sports season was supposed to begin Dec. 14 for City Section schools with football practices but that was delayed last week when the state's governing body for high school sports, the California…
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