Return to Activity Parent Responsibilities for Phase 4

  • Return your signed IYSA COMMUNICABLE DISEASE RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT PRIOR to every player's field participation. This is a new medical release form that IYSA is requiring from all participants cannot be overlooked as it will be used by IYSA for years to come. Player's will not be allowed to train if OBSC do not have a signed copy.
  • Ensure your child is healthy and check your child's temperature before activities with others.
  • Consider not carpooling or very limited carpooling.
  • Stay in car and stay away from the training field to adhere to minimum 6 feet social distance requirement.
    > Parents, wearing a face covering, may escort their child to and from their vehicle to assist in bag drop off. There is to be no congregating at the field and please return to your vehicle.
    > Do not congregate together and should follow social distancing guidelines.
    > Have child remain in car and not enter the field until 5 minutes before their training start time to follow social distancing. This will allow other players to leave the field.
    > Your child must promptly return to your vehicle after training - no lingering.
  • Ensure your child arrives ready to go in training gear and return to car in training gear
    > No putting cleats/shoes, shin guards on at the training location.
  • Everyone must wear face coverings at all times, mask that covers your nose and mouth when walking to and from training.
  • Parents need to let us know if your child will/will not be attending as we are required to keep record of all attendees for each training session.
  • Follow the state orders for wearing a mask.
  • Ensure child's clothing is washed after every training.
  • Ensure all equipment (cleats, ball, shin guards etc.) are sanitized before and after every training.
  • Notify your club/coach immediately if your child becomes ill for any reason.
  • Do not assist your coach with equipment before or after training.
  • Be sure your child has necessary sanitizing products with them at every training.
  • Be sure water bottle has name on it
  • If the club has set-up a "family area" for you to watch, stay within your designated area.
  • When on the sidelines as a spectator, wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth.
  • Follow all CDC and IDPH guidelines as well those of your local health authorities.

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