Soccer Shots Families,
Before our season begins, we are making sure our coaches are equipped and our families feel informed on our modified safety procedures. As always, our focus is providing your family with a quality, educational, and fun soccer experience!
HEALTH & SAFETY ON SOCCER ISLAND
We have modified our curriculum and current operating procedures to adjust to local safety guidelines. You will see our coaches making adjustments to our regular routine to continue to keep safety our top priority. Additionally, all coaches will complete a mandatory health and safety course before returning to coaching.
During our sessions your coach will:
Avoid high-fives, fist bumps and unnecessary physical contact Wear a face covering if their state/province and/or local jurisdiction requires or recommends doing so Use rings, spots or orange cones as “home base” to keep children spread out when possible Be the only one to clean up and put away equipment, like cones and goals Remind children about the importance of keeping safe distances when practicing skills Avoid the use of pinnies
Additionally, coaches will be sanitizing all equipment before and after each session and monitoring their temperatures daily.
We request that families that observe sessions follow these guidelines for the health and safety of other families and our coaches:
Wash or sanitize hands before entering Soccer Island Adhere to state and/or local jurisdiction regarding face-covering requirements Practice social distancing by staying 6 feet away from others that do not live in your household Stay home when you are sick and keep your children home from soccer if they are sick If participating in a Mini session (ages 2-3), only one parent/guardian may be present on Soccer Island
Our goal is to provide an opportunity for children to maintain activity and learning in a safe environment. We understand and acknowledge that not all families will be comfortable returning to Soccer Island immediately, and that’s okay. We are here for your family and your child’s growth through sports when you are ready.We will continue to monitor all communication from the state and local authorities for safety updates.