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Many of you might be asking yourself, how are they going to handle the safety towards COVID-19? You and your family's safety is our number one priority, and therefore we will continue to follow CDC and Government guidance towards this post quarantine situation. If you do not feel comfortable and do not wish to expose your child to any possibility of the virus, with great respect, we recommend you do not sign-up for our camp or any of our programs, until you feel it's right for you and your family. We will do our absolute best to keep a clean sanitized and safe environment for all campers to enjoy.
As a league, we have safety measures in place to comply with CDC guidelines and keeping Safety top of mind. We will continue to stay connected and make adjustments as new guidelines become available through the CDC.gov and Arizona Office of the Government . (Since we are going through a transitional re-opening period, post the government quarantine mandate, the most up to date safety measure details towards our summer camp will be provided upon registration and prior to the start of your selected camp session.)
SUMMER CAMP SESSION - Limited registration space available as we comply with the CDC and government guidelines. Registrations will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. Should all available spots for any of our summer camps be filled, you will be notified and added to a waiting list. We will make adjustments to our registration availability as new updates are presented by the CDC/Government.
Recommended Safety Measures to take at home and prior to participating during any of our Core 5 Flag Football/ Core 5 Sports Camp organized events:
We ask that you talk to your child prior to the start of our camp/team practice and review the following precautionary steps we have put in place for the safety of everyone.
Stay home if sick
Wash your hands frequently
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Keep social distancing top of mind (help them understand keeping a proper distance from friends is important until CDC recommends otherwise)
***FOR FULL LIST OF GUIDELINES FROM CDC.gov PLEASE VISIT https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html ***
No upcoming scheduled events.