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"RETURN TO PLAY GUIDELINES & RESPONSIBILITIES"
Registration is NOW OPEN for the Fall 2020 COED Soccer Program for all grades Pre K* - 12th grade for residents and eligible non-residents.
Pre K* - 9th** is a structured program where each player will be placed on a specific team and have a dedicated coach. Players will likely have 1-2 practices per week and games will take place Saturdays at West Road School - typically between 9am-1pm.
*PRE K MUST be age 4 by December 1, 2020.
**Players born between 1/1/06 & 12/31/10 will now have the option to register for
the In House Program AND/OR Inter town Program
First Come, First Serve...Register Today!
REGISTRATION has been EXTENDED!
COED INTERTOWN LIMITED TRAVEL DIVISION LINEUP MORE COMPETITIVE GAMES PLAYED WITH LOCAL TOWNS
- *U12 - BORN BETWEEN JANUARY 1, 2009 & DECEMBER 31, 2010
- *U15 - BORN BETWEEN JANUARY 1, 2006 & DECEMBER 31, 2008
- *U19 - BORN BETWEEN JANUARY 1, 2002 & DECEMBER 31, 2005
*If you are registering for U12, U15 or U19, please be aware THIS IS A TWO PART PROCESS.
Please see IMPORTANT INFORMATION below for detailed instructions.
Be sure to secure your child's place on a team & REGISTER NOW!
Contact the Rec Office for more information 266-9222 or email Tracey Santiago at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in coaching?
Please contact Tracey Santiago at email@example.com
*Please note these are the current guidelines that may change according to state/town guideline updates and possible program changes.
Pleasant Valley Recreational Soccer
2020/2021 Return-to-Play Guidelines and Responsibilities
Games will begin Saturday, September 26th
These guidelines are intended to give a general feel for what returning to safe play would mean for Pleasant Valley Recreational Soccer. The lists here were compiled from multiple resources that include but are not limited to the local regional counties, the state of NY, the Federal government, CDC and American Youth Soccer Association.
Current recommendations, based on the CDC, on how members of the community can limit the spread of communicable illnesses:
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and exercise equipment (personal and team)
- Thoroughly wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds OR use a minimum 60% alcohol based hand sanitizer
- Wear a cloth face covering that covers your mouth and nose in public settings
- Stay at least 6 feet away from non-household members
- Cover your mouth with tissue when sneezing or coughing
- Stay at home if you are sick
- Healthy participants only: Any players, coaches or spectators who are sick will not be permitted at practice and games
- Continually monitor national and local guidelines in order to facilitate effective guidance to coaches, parents and players
- Sanction practices according to approved field availability (town fields vs school district fields)
- Send pre-training communications ensuring only healthy participants attend and reiterate expectations and safety protocols
- Have an action plan in place in the event that a soccer community member becomes ill
- Provide coaches with detailed information and training on these recommendations
- Face masks are recommended for coaches, referees and parent volunteers as per current CDC Guidelines
- Support coaches with resources that can help design safe and effective practices
- Provide physical guides such as signs, tape, painted lines to help aid players and spectators remain physically distant
- Be sensitive and accommodating to parents who may be uncomfortable with returning to play at this time
- Coaches should maintain physical distancing between players and family members
- Although current CDC guidelines recommend face coverings, wearing them during practices where coaches might be physically active will be left up to the discretion of the coach
- Utilize techniques for isolation exercise, grid work, fitness and spatial awareness
- Keep players training in small groups and use circuits or stations
- Ensure that players have and handle their own labeled equipment (ball, water bottle, pinnie)
- Coaches or Team Parents should be the only ones handling team equipment (cones, discs, training equipment)
- Hand sanitize upon arrival and BEFORE water breaks
- No shared personal equipment, players will be provided with their own pinnie/bib
- No physical greetings, make sure to verbally acknowledge players/parents
- Maintain team health check in sheet before each practice and game
- Stay positive and create a fun environment
- Ensure your child is healthy. Test child’s temperature before heading out to practices and games (above 99.5, do not attend)
- Drop off and sign in your player with the coach
- Stay in car or adhere to the current CDC guidelines for physical distancing in public
- Face masks are recommended as per current CDC Guidelines
- Facilitate the cleaning and/or sanitizing of personal equipment before and after each practice/game (balls, cleats, shin guards, uniforms etc)
- Players must have own hand sanitizer with them at practices and games
- Notify your player’s coach immediately in the event that your player becomes ill for any reason
- Stay positive and aid coaches in creating a fun environment
- Wash or sanitize hands before and after soccer play
- Must bring and use personal hand sanitizer at practices and games, especially before water breaks
- Do not touch or share other teammates' equipment (balls, practice pinnie, etc)
- Practice physical distancing of personal equipment (on sidelines)
- No sharing water bottles or snacks
- No physical greetings (handshakes, high fives, fist bumps etc)