CAMP PROCEDURE SAFETY PRACTICES:
Pre-Arrival – no signs or symptoms for past 14 days and no contact with anyone with symptoms in last 14 days. (Participant questionaire ).
Any camper who falls ill during camp with possible symptoms of Covid 19 will be removed from participation.
All campers, coaches and parents (anyone entering our "Super Sixty" zone) will be temperature checked daily.
There will be multiple hand sanitizer stations.
Separate “on” and “off” field entrances and exits will be used for each group and extra time will be allotted for the change of groups in lines that practice social distancing.
All coaches, staff and campers will wear masks on and off the fields. Campers will be required to wear masks during play as well.
Parents will be permited to watch games from the perimeter, but must wear masks and social distance. We will limit the spectators to one parent per camper.
All seminars will be held outside under tents, weather permitting. Otherwise, we will use the dome and spread groups far apart with social distancing. Masks will be worn by all. (last year it was 62F outside during the December Camp)
The Superdome has ample outdoor covered spaces with tables and chairs, which will be available to campers and parents in between field activites.
All campers must bring their own water bottle(s) or sports drink containers pre-filled for use during the entire camp day. We will not provide common water dispensers to fill water bottles.
Parent comments on our safety practices from summer camp:
"You and your staff truly went above and beyond. Your attention to detail is to be commended. We appreciate it (and you) so much. "
"Regardless, it was just fabulous this past weekend with the level of play, social distancing measures, organization, and coaching"
"Despite the circumstances you all did a great job pulling off this event for the girls and coaches."
"Thank you for all that you did in organizing the SuperSixty event with all of the safety protocols in place. It worked out quite well and
helped make families and athletes feel safer."