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Jenkintown Summer Soccer Camp 2021

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR CAMP! SEE YOU NEXT SUMMER!

Soccer Camp Starts This Monday! AUG 2ND! 

Sorry for the last minute registration notice. We just receiving approval to access the fieldS at SPS! 

Coach Bruce Brownell's Summer Soccer Camp will be held at SPS Field starting Monday August 2nd through Friday August 6th from 9am to 12pm. 

PLEASE READ THE COVID GUIDELINES BELOW!

COVID-19 Guidelines For Coaches, Players & Parents!

The guidelines are subject to change and will evolve based on the PA COVID-19 status and CDC recommendations.

Guidelines For Coaches and Players

All participants in JYA activities must adhere to the following guidelines during practices and games:

● All coaches, players, parents, and spectators will comply with the current CDC and PADOH mitigation measures, including masking and social distancing in effect.

● The JYA Youth Soccer Camp 2021 will follow and comply with all of the CDC’s guidelines pertaining to the operation of youth camps.

● For more information, open this link to the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/summer -camps.html

● Coaches and league officials must review and consider the CDC guidance on consideration for youth sports to modify practices and games to mitigate the risk of spreading the virus. This includes focusing on individual skill building versus the competition and limiting contact in close contact sports. The coaching staff and other adult personnel should wear face coverings (masks or face shields) at all times unless vaccinated or doing so jeopardizes their health.

● Coaches and athletes must maintain appropriate social distancing at all times possible, including in the field of play, locker rooms, sidelines, dugouts, benches, and workout areas. During downtime, athletes and coaches should not congregate.

● Coaches and athletic staff must screen and monitor athletes for symptoms prior to and during games and practices. If individuals participating in sporting activities show symptoms, have a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher, or are sick, they must be sent home.

● All athletes, coaches, and officials must bring their own water and drinks to team activities. Team water coolers for sharing through disposable cups are not allowed. Fixed water fountains should not be used.

● Activities that increase the risk of exposure to saliva must not be allowed including chewing gum, spitting, licking fingers, and eating sunflower seeds.

● Avoid shaking hands, fist bumps, or high fives before, during, or after games
and practices. Limit unnecessary physical contact with teammates, other
athletes, coaches, officials, and spectators.

● Whenever possible, equipment and other personal items should be separated
and not shared. If equipment must be shared, all equipment should be
properly disinfected between users.

● If multiple games are to be held at the same facility, adequate time shall be
scheduled between contests to allow for facilities to be cleaned and disinfected and to minimize interaction between athletes. Sports complexes with multiple fields may operate simultaneous games or practices on fields within a complex only if social distancing can be maintained. Each individual game or practice at a complex must adhere to the gathering occupancy limits (25 in yellow, 250 in green), and the facility as a whole may not exceed 50% of total occupancy otherwise permitted by law.

Guidelines for Parents and Spectators

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Seating areas, including bleachers, must adhere to social distancing requirements of at least 6 feet of spacing for anyone not in the same household.

● Caregivers or spectators should not enter the field of play or bench areas.

● Nonessential visitors, spectators, and volunteers should be limited when
possible, including activities with external groups or organizations. Parents
should refrain from attending practices, or volunteering to assist with coaching.

● Caregivers and coaches should assess levels of risk based on individual
athletes on the team who may be at a higher risk for severe illness.

● Caregivers should monitor their children for symptoms prior to any sporting event.
Children and athletes who are sick or showing symptoms must stay home.

Thanks!

JYA 

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