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COVID-19 Info

Eagles Lacrosse Families:

We are excited for the return of Eagles Lacrosse. However, in an effort to minimize risk during our initial return and throughout the season, we have established the following guidelines for the safety and well-being of all. Please carefully review the following with your player and complete the requirements for the updated waiver found below.

  • No player will be allowed to participate in any Eagles Lacrosse activity without a signed and dated COVID-19 waiver on file. Any new participation will include the COVID-19 waiver at the time of registration.
  • Parents are REQUIRED to monitor their child for symptoms prior to attending any Eagles Lacrosse event or activity. Symptoms include fever at or above 100 F, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, new loss of taste or smell. Bottom line, if your child is not feeling well in any way, do not attend practice or games.
  • If any player or family member of a player tests positive for the Covid virus, please contact your Program Director (Maggie Koch or Aaron Skiles) immediately, so they can communicate with others whom your player may have come in contact. Any player who tests positive should follow CDC guidelines regarding quarantine and will not be allow to participate in any Eagles Lacrosse activities for two weeks.

Protocols for practices:

  • Players will remain outside the practice facility until the designated time to enter.
  • Because of the limit on the numbers inside the practice facility, parents/spectators will not be allowed to stay for practice
  • Players should arrive “game ready” to practice. Please arrive wearing all equipment and bring minimal gear to practice. Players will receive a sanitized bin for their belongings. Bags will not be allowed inside the practice facility.
  • Players will enter the main doors and receive a temperature check and sanitize hands upon arrival. 
  • Players will exit using the designated exit.
  • Players must bring their own water. Plan for a large reusable water bottle clearly identified with your child’s name. No sharing of water bottles is allowed.
  • Players are required to prioritize safety and limit unnecessary contact. Players should refrain from handshakes, fist bumps, elbow taps, and high fives. Huddles and faceoffs will not be allowed. 
  • Balls should not be touched by any player with their hands at any time. Your stick is the only way you are allowed to pick up the ball. 
  • All players are encouraged to use the restroom at home before arriving at practices or events.
  • Masks are required when entering/exiting the facility.
  • Coaches and players must wear a mask or face shield to participate.

We anticipate the likelihood that public health guidelines will evolve. Your Program Director will email you with any important updates.

Finally, playing is a privilege. No individual will be above the guidelines established for the safety and well-being of all. If any player fails to adhere to any of these guidelines, that player will be asked to leave.