Updated August 3rd, 2020
Effective Saturday, August 1st, 2020, all players and Coaches participating in Heat Volleyball Club's activities need to have a mask on at all times when in doors at a Heat sponsored event. Breaks will be provided to step outside to remove mask and grab fresh air. Parents are still not allowed in the facility.
Updated July 2020
It is the intention of Heat Volleyball Club to follow the guidelines of USA Volleyball and its affiliate of Badger Regional. We support the safe return of volleyball and working to improve the skills of our athletes. The return to play in this Covid world has its challenges and it continues to be the case of weighing player safety versus the significant benefits of play. Every family and athlete face their own challenges and beliefs at it relates to this virus, therefore, parents need to take make their own decision in regards to mitigation strategies to combat the illness.
We ask for your compliance with the safety measures as laid out below:
1. If not feeling well in any way, do not come to practice, game or activity. (If have any cold and flu-like symptoms (including: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea)
2. Check temperature before coming to facility and if greater than 100F, notify coach and stay home.
3. If you are aware of being in close contact (within 6 feet for 15 minutes or more) with someone in the last 14 days who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, stay at home.
4. Bring a mask to wear upon entering the building.
5. Bring enough water so as to avoid refilling in public water fountain, and for the safety of our athletes, please no sharing of water bottles
6. Wash hands before and after volleyball event and use provided sanitizer prior to entering the gym and after leaving the gym. (prior to exiting the building)
7. There will be no hand holding for substitutions, no high fives or hugs….. sorry!
8. Please wait outside the event until a coach admits the players. Players attending events at the Community First Champion Center should use the back player entrance only.
1. Enforce mask wearing
2. Avoid huddles and close contact, be creative in spreading out for meetings
3. Wipe down volleyballs with provided disinfectant prior to events
4. Screen athletes for illness or exposure: Does anyone feel ill? Anyone exposed to someone with Covid in the last 2 weeks? Asking players if anyone in your household under suspicion for Covid 19?
5. Protect yourself by wearing mask and washing hands.
Please make every effort to comply with the guidelines in order to maximize the potential of a healthy volleyball season.