HARRISBURG – The state Senate Education Committee approved legislation that would give PA school districts greater control over decisions involving fall sports and activities. House Bill 2787 allows school districts to make decisions regarding fall sports and activities, including whether spectators will be permitted at sporting events. The Committee expedited action on the measure following its passage in the state House stressing that schools, parents, and students deserve greater input over whether to allow extracurricular activities – particularly given the Wolf Administration’s unclear, arbitrary and constantly changing edicts whether they should continue. The bill now goes to the full Senate for consideration.