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STAY UP TO DATE WITH EVER-CHANGING SPRING SCHEDULES

posted May 14, 2018, 1:40 PM by Brenda Williams
While Mother Nature is taking its own sweet time, spring games and meets will be underway soon. As with any Minnesota spring, the likelihood of postponed or cancelled events will be high. Over the past five years on average we have had 50 rescheduled/postponed or cancelled events during the spring season. If you are interested in keeping up to date with the spring sports schedule and all the changes that go with it, this article is for you!

I will share two items with you that will help you keep up to date on the spring sports schedules. Both can be found on the school website www.isd186.org under the Activities and Athletics page.

Once you are there, choose “SCHEDULE” and then “PL ATHLETIC SCHEDULE”. You are now on the rschools page where you can find all the spring sports schedules by date or team. The first item I wish to bring your attention to is on the lower right portion of the page. Below the monthly calendar you will see an option titled “GET THE MOBILE APP”. Simply click on this and follow the prompts. Once you get the app on your phone you will have access to our schedules in as few as two moves. This will allow you to have all of our schedule information at your fingertips.

Secondly, while on the same page, choose the “NOTIFY ME” icon. Follow the prompts selecting the specific sports you wish to stay in touch with. This feature will allow you to get a notification any time the schedule is modified. The notifications will range from field location changes to time changes or postponements and cancellations. I feel you will find this to be very helpful in staying up to date with an ever-changing schedule.

Hopefully this will help you stay up to date with the spring schedules. As we head into a new season, keep this in mind, “Let the players play, let the coaches coach, let the officials officiate and let the spectators BE POSITIVE!”

-- Marc Helmrichs, Activities Director
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