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Athletics
Athletics
Maud Public Schools
Monday, June 08, 2020

Maud Public Schools will reopen athletic facilities with guidelines as of June 1, 2020. In order to protect all students and faculty, certain procedures, as recommended by the OSSAA will be put into place. Maud Public Schools cannot guarantee that COVID-19 is not, and will not, be present in any school facility or at any school sponsored activity. By allowing your child to participate, you acknowledge the contagious nature of COVID-19 and voluntarily assume the risk that your child(ren) may be exposed to COVID-19. At any time, if you feel it is in the best interest of your child not to participate, you have the right to withhold them from the activity. The guidelines are compiled from information gathered from the CDC, the state health department, the NFHS Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, and local physicians. Although there is no way of ensuring that students will not be infected with Covid-19, we feel these guidelines give us the best chance to minimize the risk of becoming infected. This is a fluid situation and may be adjusted at any time.

PHASE ONE—JUNE 1, 2020 THROUGH JUNE 26, 2020

On June 1, 2020 coaches may have face-to-face contact with students using the provisions provided below:

No team practice is permitted

No camps, clinics, or leagues may be conducted

Strength and conditioning is permitted

Each person entering the facility must have their temperature checked upon arrival

Any individual with a temperature registering 100.4 degrees or above must not be permitted to stay

Hands must be washed or hand sanitizer used prior to entering the facility and touching any equipment

Locker rooms and/or restrooms if opened must be sanitized before use and at the conclusion of the workout

2 people maximum on any one piece of equipment (weight room)

50 person limit in any one area during phase 2 of the Governor’s plan

Spotters must wear a mask or cloth face covering (Students must bring their own mask or bandana)

Social distancing requirements must be followed

Any equipment used including weights, balls, bats, helmets, etc. must be disinfected appropriately with use

No shared hydrating bottles, towels, gloves, helmets or any other personal equipment is permitted

Coaches or other supervisory adults must wear a mask or cloth face covering

No scrimmaging or one-on-one (in the gym)

PHASE TWO—JULY 6, 2020 THROUGH JULY 15, 2020

No team practice is permitted

No camps, clinics, or leagues may be conducted

Strength and conditioning is permitted

Social distancing guidelines must be followed, hands must be washed or hand sanitizer used prior to the use of any equipment

Any equipment used including weights, balls, bats, helmets, etc. must be disinfected appropriately with use

Tryouts are permitted (must follow OSSAA Policy for tryouts)

No shared hydrating bottles, towels, gloves, or any other personal equipment is permitted

JULY 15, 2020

Practice may begin for fast-pitch softball, fall baseball, volleyball, cross-country