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JCC Game Day Protocols 2020-21

Please remember, we will attempt to offer digital editions of our paper programs for our home events here.

Basketball Attendance Update (1/4/21)

Thunderbird Family,

Due to updated DHMs and updated NSAA Winter Season Guidelines (updated December 31st, 2020), Johnson County Central High School has updated attendance guidelines for basketball. 

  • ADMISSION POLICY: All spectators must be on a pass list to attend. (updated January 4th, 2021)
  • Temperatures will be taken as you enter the building.
  • Each team (one girls team, one boys team) will be allotted 145 spectators. Each school will submit their pass list to JCC. This list is no longer limited only to household family members or grandparents.

Basketball Protocols Attendance Update (PDF) - 1/4/21

Basketball Protocols (PDF) - as of 11/30/2020

Thunderbird Family, 

As our winter activities get started we wanted to reach out and remind you that our priority at Johnson County Central is to provide a safe & positive atmosphere where our students can compete and experience high school sports & activities. In addition, we want our families to share in the experience as much as possible. Please be flexible with us as things will be changing for both home and away events. We will do our best to keep you up to date as protocols change. The NSAA is requiring all non-active participants, spectators, and coaches to wear a face-covering at all times.

As of now, these are our Game Day Protocols for home basketball games. These protocols have been created with guidance from the Southeast District Health Department. Please note that these may change in accordance with our local health department. 

High School Basketball Game Schedule (unless otherwise noted):

  • JV Boys @ 4:30 PM @ Cook Site (MS Gym) 
  • JV Girls @ 4:30 PM @ Tecumseh Site (HS Gym)
  • Girls Varsity @ 6:00 PM @ Tecumseh Site (HS Gym) 
  • Boys Varsity @ 7:45 PM @ Tecumseh Site (HS Gym)

All spectators are required to only attend game(s) for the team they are on the pass list for (ie - boys JV parents are not permitted to attend the girls varsity game). Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes prior to tipoff. Fans are expected to leave at the conclusion of each game.

All fans are encouraged to check out the JCC Striv live streaming channel on striv.tv/jcc. We will attempt to live stream as many events as possible.  


Garrett Collin
Activities Director, Johnson County Central High School


For home basketball games ( as of 11/30/20 )


  • ADMISSION POLICY: All spectators must be on a pass list to attend. Each athlete will be allowed 4 household members. Temperatures will be taken as you enter the building.
  • MASK GUIDELINES: all non-active participants, spectators, & coaches will be required to wear masks at all times per NSAA guidelines. 
  • SEATING: Home fans will sit on the south bleachers and visiting fans will sit on the north bleachers. All fans are to sit in family clusters, observing proper social distancing. Social distancing will be expected.
    • Cook Site (MS Gym): All spectators will enter through the activity doors located on the north side.
    • Tecumseh Site (HS Gym): Thunderbird fans will enter through the south doors and visiting fans are to enter through the north doors. The handicap entrance will be available at the west doors. 


  • No post-game handshakes.
  • Visiting teams will be given a classroom for pregame/halftime/postgame. 
  • Girls teams will be able to stay and watch the varsity boys game.
  • When participating, JCC Cheerleaders will be allowed 4 spectators to attend on a pass list.
  • All children must be attended by an adult at all times.
  • Concessions are scheduled to run as normal depending on health department guidelines.
  • Please allow for ample social distancing while in hallways, restrooms, and at the concession stand. All patrons and athletes should avoid large gatherings and/or loitering postgame.
  • No post game team meal.

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