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
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