Pike Central High School
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With the help of the Pike County Health Department, PCHS Administration, Nurse, Superintendent and the Athletic Department, here are the NEW county metrics and requirements as given by the Indiana Department of Health and the Governor.
With the new executive order given by the governor, we will now be allowed to have a 25% capacity limit at our last 4 Boys Basketball Games. The layout will be the same as far as our seating for both sides (Home and Visitors). Pike Central fans will be seated on the west side of the gym, with both the lower and upper sections available. Masks and social distancing are still required. Below is the ticket distribution for each group now participating on game nights –
Reminder, all tickets will be purchased on GoFan – Each family of the group listed below, will receive an email with the GoFan link to purchase tickets for that specific game. We will be using the email address listed on Harmony.
Boys Basketball – 4 tickets for each member
Cheerleading – 3 tickets for each member
Band – 3 tickets for each member
Choir – 3 tickets for each Senior member
Any dual participant only gets the allotted tickets once. (Ex. – you do not get 6 tickets because you are in Choir and Band.)
Do not purchase more tickets than your respective member is allowed. The ticket allotment we have given puts us right at the 250 we are allowed on the Home side.
All minors/students (Elem. – HS) must be accompanied by and sit with an adult. NO STUDENT SECTIONS.
DO NOT SHARE LINK WITH ANYONE ELSE. WITH OUR LIMIT WHERE IT IS, ONLY THE MEMBERS OF THE 4 GROUPS LISTED WILL BE ALLOWED TICKETS AT THIS TIME.
Thank you everyone for your cooperation and patience through all of this. It is so much easier on a daily basis when everyone is doing what they are supposed to do with ticket purchases, wearing masks and staying socially distanced. We have had very few issues throughout these couple of months of RED. While we are not completely out of the woods, we are opening up a little. We still need to do what is right inside, wear your mask and stay socially distanced.