Covid-19 

Protocols and Practices as of June 17th

  • We are following the Fulton County and GHSA guidelines

  • There will be no visitors during open gyms, tryouts and practices.  For games its 50% capacity (1061 spectators)

  • Normal activities are approved – weights, conditioning, practices, etc.

  • We are full capacity for outdoor events. Indoor facilities will operate at 50% capacity.

  •  All current cleaning procedures between practices and games will be followed.

  •  All athletes/participants will be screened, but we will no longer conduct temperature checks.

  • The coaches or directors must screen each athlete each day.

  • Please continue to keep your groups of athletes/participants into groups of 50. If needed, you can combine your groups on a limited basis for practice purposes. You must be able to identify the groups of
    participants in case of the need to conduct contact tracing.
    (For example: 100 football players - 50 kids in the weight room, 50 kids on the field)

  • Masks for indoor events will be encouraged but not required starting June 1.

  •  Athletes/Participants are not required to wear masks for outdoor events. Masks will be
    encouraged but not required starting June 1

  •  Staff is encouraged but not required to wear masks during outdoor activities. Masks are
    encouraged but not required starting June 1. 

  • We will provide EPA approved hand sanitizer stations for disinfecting against COVID through out the gym areas

  • We will be cleaning all equipment and frequently touched items with EPA approved disinfectant against COVID after every use

  • COVID Questionnaire-

  • This form will be filled out every time you enter the building for that specific practice/open gym and tryout

  • If you answer yes, to any of the questions on the form - 1st- Cannot play, 2nd- Coach is notified, 3rd - AD is notified​, 4th- Can't return to the sport until the District says OK (this will depend on the situation)

If You Think You're Sick With COVID-19:

Learn the symptoms and call a doctor.

Look for Symptoms

•Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure and include fever, cough, shortness of breath

•If you have an emergency warning sign (including trouble breathing), get medical attention right away

•See a full list of emergency warning signs and symptoms at cdc.gov

Call a Doctor First

•If you think you might have COVID-19, call a doctor

•Tell the office you may have COVID-19 so they can prepare

•Call 911 if you have a medical emergency. Notify the operator that you have, or think you might have, COVID-19

Protect Yourself and Others

•Keep 6 feet away from others

•Wear a cloth face covering in a community setting and at home if you must be around people or animals

•Stay home except to get medical care