BREAKING: UIL grants eligibility to remote learners

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Friday morning, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) updated guidance regarding student-athletes’ eligibility should they choose to remote learn in the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. The UIL is allowing remote learners eligibility to participate in fine arts and athletics. 

“Students participating in remote learning offered by their school district, whether synchronous or asynchronous (as defined by the TEA), may participate in UIL activities if they meet all other UIL eligibility requirements,” the UIL wrote in a statement.

The UIL’s update comes just days after they gave schools the green light to begin using locker rooms as well as resume their sport specific instruction and begin drills involving one or more athletes.

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