Back to school sports look different

With no intramural sports being played, the Dajoh, along with every other gym won’t be active this year. (Photo by Josh Giles)

By Josh Giles Writer Back to school time in Six Nations usually means that there is a flurry of sports for children to play in either gym class or through extra-curricular sports. But with COVID-19 still playing a heavy roll in the community as well as the rest of the world, sports look a little different. With elementary schools across the community being closed for virtual schooling all the gyms aren’t being used. This means there won’t be any intramural sports being played within these schools, and gym class will be held at home. “At this time, the schools are not accessible to students for intramural sports. Daily physical education activities are shared with students for their participation while learning from home,” Indigenous Services Canada told Turtle Island News. Gym…

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