LAUSD teams can begin conditioning Monday but few are ready
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Players and coaches must first be tested for the coronavirus and finish paperwork to be cleared to work out on LAUSD campuses.
The good news for Los Angeles Unified School District athletes is that they've been given clearance to begin voluntary conditioning workouts with their coaches on campuses starting Monday. The bad news is very few schools will be ready to welcome athletes on campuses until late this week or longer because of delays in fulfilling requirements needed to step onto campus.

Among the requirements for students and coaches is the need to take a COVID-19 test at least three days before being allowed on campus. Students also need to complete a physical exam and have their parents sign a waiver form.

One school that is ready to begin workouts is Woodland Hills Taft, which is expected to have 20 to 30 players start conditioning Monday after they took tests Friday and completed paperwork, according to assistant principal Neezer McNab.

This is the training information for LAUSD coaches and athletes returning to workouts on Monday. — eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) November 4, 2020

"We've been preparing for this," said McNab, who…
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