We have developed a plan to safely run our summer programs amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. We appreciate your patience, as this is a learning experience for all involved. Below are a set of guidelines that we have initiated to keep all of our athletes, families and staff safe. Our goal is to continue to monitor and adjust these protocols appropriately and safely throughout the course of the summer as state and federal guidelines evolve. We hope to implement these guidelines as effectively as possible.
Check in procedures
Players should be dropped off in the parking lot above the sand courts, near the batting cages.
Upon arrival, parents and players will be asked a series of questions regarding the health of the camper and their household.
- Signs of illness:
Players will be visually screened for any signs of illness (i.e. flushed cheeks, difficulty breathing, cough, fatigue, etc.) Players showing any sign of illness will not be permitted to participate that day.
Any person dropped off in the same vehicle with someone who shows any sign of illness will be not permitted to participate that day.
If all questions and screenings are answered and passed to satisfaction, the player will be cleared to participate.
Each player will be required to use hand sanitizer prior to admittance.
Health and Safety Protocol
Campers will be required to follow the CDC guidelines for sanitizing procedures which include:
- Hand washing:
Athletes should wash their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Hand sanitizer:
Athletes should use hand sanitizer frequently if soap, and water are not available.
- Social Distancing:
It is encouraged for athletes to maintain a social distance of 6 feet apart when at all possible.
- Sneezes and coughs:
Athletes should always cover their coughs and sneezes with a tissue or the inside of their elbow, never with their hands. Tissues should immediately be thrown in the trash and hands should be washed or sanitized immediately after.
- Touching of face:
Athletes should refrain from touching their face, eyes, nose and mouth.
Sanitizing and Cleaning Procedures
- Frequently touched surfaces such as volleyballs, picnic tables, nets, etc. will be
sanitized before, during and after each session.
- Athletes belongings will be kept at a safe social distance of 6 feet apart.
- Players and staff will be required to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before,
during and after each session.
- Water bottles will not be permitted to be shared.
- Players should wash or sanitize their hands before eating and directly after.
Food is not permitted to be shared.
- We discourage the sharing of any other items that may be difficult to sanitize, clean
Symptomatic & Confirmed Cases
If an athlete or staff member tests positive for COVID-19:
- Positive Cases:
Any positive case of Covid-19 should be reported to the camp director immediately. Staff will notify parents of all camps based on level of exposure. Any athlete or staff member involved in that camp group will not be permitted to return to camp for 14 days. Cleaning protocols will be initiated for any areas in which the camper was located.
- Return to Camp:
The camper who tested positive will not be permitted back into camp until they test negatively for COVID.
- Positive Case in Household:
If a person living with a camper or counselor tests positive they must stay home and isolate as recommended by the CDC.
- Symptomatic Individuals:
Athletes will be sent home if showing symptoms of COVID-19 and will not be allowed to return to camp for 14 days, unless documentation of a negative test result can be provided and 72 hours has passed. Parents of athletes who were exposed to symptomatic individuals will be notified.