When the WIAA canceled the spring high school sports season, it left open the possibility of having a shortened season in July, allowing full contact. On Thursday, the organization released those guidelines. They are similar to what the National Federation of State High School Associations put out for teams across the rest of the country. There are allowances for differing degrees of risk pertaining to each sport as well as where schools are located, which are used to determine the overall threat assessment for a team. The WIAA guidelines then break down procedures for those in each of the high, moderate, and low-risk thresholds.
The WIAA’s guidance can be read here.