• Middle school athletics plan updated 

    Sept. 1, 2020 – In accordance with Pflugerville ISD’s Return to Learn Phase-In Plan for fall 2020, Pflugerville ISD Athletics has provided an update on its middle school athletics plan.
    District Athletics is currently in Phase 1 of the middle school plan, with no on-campus practices scheduled and student-athletes taking part in virtual learning. Phase 1 continues through Sept. 11.
    Phase 2 begins Sept. 14, with district campuses operating at 25% capacity. School district board members last week set Sept. 14 as the start date for in-person learning.
    Football and volleyball practices will take place outside of the school day during Phase 2, with morning practices ending by 8 a.m. and afternoon practices beginning at 4 p.m. Middle school student-athletes will take part in either in-person or virtual learning, depending on the option chosen by their families. Students who have chosen the virtual learning option are allowed to participate in practices outside of the school day during Phase 2.
    Phase 3 of the plan begins Oct. 13, with classes and practices in-person only.
    PfISD Athletics is in the process of finalizing plans for middle school cross-country. More details are expected to be released soon.
    Below is a rundown on the PfISD Athletics Middle School Return to Learn Plan for fall 2020:
    Phase 1: Aug. 13 to Sept. 11                   

    • All athletes are taking part in virtual learning only
    • No practices scheduled

    Phase 2: Begins Sept. 14 (25% capacity on-campus)

    • Football and volleyball practices begin outside of the school day
           Morning practice will end by 8 a.m.
           Afternoon practice begins at 4 p.m.
    • Athletic periods
           Football and volleyball
                In-person academic support
                Virtual learning
    • Off-season
            In-person workouts on campus
                Strength and conditioning only (no sport-specific work)
            Virtual workouts

    Phase 3: Begins Oct. 13                       

    • All students signed up for athletic periods to attend class in-person
    • Athletic periods to include practice and off-season conditioning
    • No virtual training at this point

    July 21, 2020

    University Interscholastic League (UIL) on Tuesday announced modifications to its 2020-21 calendar that will impact extracurricular activities statewide, especially fall sports and fine arts programs.

    For Pflugerville ISD Athletics, the announcement means a delay in the start to some fall sports, as UIL sought to protect highly populated areas dealing with COVID-19 challenges. UIL provided delays in fall sports start times for Class 6A and 5A, which includes all PfISD high school athletics programs.
    However, after much uncertainty due to the COVID-19 situation, the UIL decision gives the green light to the kickoff of fall sports.
    “We are very excited about the announcement by UIL today, which will guide our process locally,” Pflugerville ISD Athletic Director Todd Raymond said. “It means our student-athletes will have the opportunity to compete. These are challenging, very different times. We look forward to preparing, and will continue to monitor our local and state authorities for guidance as we move forward.”
    The following guidelines have been provided by UIL:

    • Sept. 7: First day for practice
    • Sept. 24: First day for competitions
    • Dec. 5: District certification deadline
    • January 2021: State Championships TBD


    • Sept. 7: First day for practice
    • Sept. 14: First day for competitions
    • Nov. 17: District certification deadline
    • Dec. 11-12: State Championships

    Team Tennis   

    • Sept. 7: First day for competitions
    • Oct. 24: District certification deadline
    • Nov. 11-12: State Championships

    Cross Country

    • Sept. 7: First day for competitions
    • Nov. 14: District certification deadline
    • Dec. 5: State Championships


    • Oct. 21: Girls practices begin
    • Oct. 28: Boys practices begin
    • Allowable game limit: 27 games, starting Nov. 6 (girls) and Nov. 13 (boys)
    • No tournaments or showcases, including Regional Tournaments

    To review the full announcement by UIL please visit www.uiltexas.org.