We have been working diligently to implement protocols across the entire organization in an effort to keep our players and coaches safe as we begin to reopen The Dugout. This is a new area on our website dedicated to all COVID-19 protocols and information. As we work through this together, The Dugout has outlined responsibilities shared by the Club, our Coaches, Parents, and Players. It is extremely important to read through and understand all protocols and responsibilities outlined by the club, as we can only achieve these goals when working as a team. Parents and players will notice some changes upon arriving to the facility when sessions begin. The Dugout has created a COVID-19 Facility Plan for the outdoor fields in relation to foot traffic patterns, areas where players will report to their classes on designated fields, and reminders on maintaining social distancing at all times. Prior to arriving at the facility, parents need to monitor their child for symptoms (info to be provided separately) and know what screening questions the coaches will be asking the players at check-in. DO NOT COME TO TRAINING IF YOU ARE SICK. Upon arrival at training, please remain in your vehicle until the specified start time of your training session. The new foot traffic pattern has been outlined for all to follow on their way to the fields. Players will report to GE Field and need to check in with the assigned coach. Both in the parking lot and on the playing surface, please remember to follow social distancing guidelines, staying at least 6 feet away from others. ALL PLAYERS MUST HAVE A COVID-19 CONSENT FORM SIGNED OR WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE. PLEASE PRINT, SIGN AND BRING WITH YOU TO PRACTICE.
The class schedule will be posted in the MINDBODY app and limited to 10 players at a time on the field. Coaches will be REQUIRED to wear a face mask and players optional as long as 6 feet apart. This partnership between the Club, Coaches, Parents and Players is extremely important to ensure the safety of all involved. We ask that you respect these protocols and adhere to them when visiting the field and our facility.