CYSC is taking precautions to return to the field for the Fall 2020 season while being mindful of CDC and EPYSA guidance for social distancing and mitigation strategies.
Our current plan (and this is a fluid situation) is to return to play with a few teams to establish protocol on a smaller scale and extend that protocol to a wider audience of teams thereafter. We will be starting with the two u13 select teams (boys and girls) and then opening up to other age groups thereafter.
Teams should not be organizing on their own. Please wait until you have the “go-ahead” from the club and your team is fully registered. We are anticipating doing a two week trial with the older teams and opening up to other teams thereafter.
Thanks for your cooperation and patience as we continue to make progress to getting back on the fields. We are all looking forward to it!
See below for our “COVID Safety and Action Plan”. We will update this page with any new developments or changes to the action plan. (8/9/20)
If your child has tested positive for COVID-19, is suspected to be positive for COVID-19 and showing symptoms, or has come in contact with someone who is confirmed to have COVID-19, you must notify the club immediately. This communication is critical so that we can take appropriate measures to protect your child, the other children in the program, the families associated with the program, and the volunteer coaches and administrators who run the program.
Contact Eric Gervase @ 717.314.9801 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any COVID related concerns or to report a child that has been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19.
On top of the requirements/responsibilities that the club maintains for COVID-19 safety, we also must depend on the parents/guardians and coaches to support us by following specific protocol to keep everyone safe. Below are links to parent/guardian responsibilities and coach responsibilities related to pre-practice checks and on field protocol. Thank you so much for your partnership on this. Everyone wants to keep the kids, families, and administrators of the club safe and playing soccer! Everyone’s help is vital to this process.