ESports team approved by Wooster board, overnight trip refund concerns


Wooster City Schools Board of Education  

Tuesday, Sept, 28, meeting 

KEY ACTION  The board approved the addition of an eSports team at Wooster High School, discussing many of the possible things it could offer some students.

DISCUSSION  Superintendent Gabe Tudor said the group would involve competitive video gaming, noting there are several colleges and universities, including Ashland University, that have teams.

Several of the board members showed interest and expressed approval of creating a team. One board member said eSports it could reach a group of students “that wouldn’t necessarily participate in other extracurriculars.”

Board Vice President Dan Stavnezer asked if students might be able to letter in it eventually and pointed out students might be able to get scholarships to play on a college or university team.

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