Wildcat Fans, as you may know the “Corona” outbreak across the nation has organizations and national groups taking every precaution necessary to protect the welfare of its citizens and members. After much consideration after what has been already a “never forget” week of turmoil, devastation and personal loss to many individuals, the School District of Wilson County has followed the advice of local and national health organizations and suspended “all activities“ involving school groups, teams, and affiliated clubs through the remainder of the week and extending this time period through March 20th.
Please take this time to continue to heal both from our devastation and now our continued worries of COVID-19.
Please continue to monitor local media outlets for further information and stay safe and healthy.
Below is the statement released by the Wilson County School System on March 12
Due to rapid and widespread concerns involving Coronavirus (COVID-19), it’s in the best interest of both Wilson County Schools & Lebanon Special School District to cancel all classes, activities and programs for the week of March 16-20. This decision comes as a result of consulting with state health services and local agencies. Complete and clear guidance on testing and quarantine protocols for COVID-19 have not been made apparent to all who may experience symptoms related to the illness, therefore in a collaborative effort among the two school districts in Lebanon/Wilson County, we feel that this is the most responsible measure of action during this time.
*The only exceptions to this are Lebanon High School Girls’ Basketball and Mt. Juliet High School Boys’ Basketball. LHS is currently competing in the Girls’ Basketball State Tournament in Murfreesboro. MJHS Boys’ Basketball will compete in State Tournament play next week. The TSSAA has already activated their protective measures and protocol concerning (COVID-19) for next week.*