SCAA Families, Board Members, Commissioners, Coaching Staff & Spectators,
Your safety is SCAA's top priority. Below is a CDC web link providing detailed info for COVID virus preparedness for youth sports. SCAA is benchmarking these guidelines to the best of our ability for the fall sports seasons. As a reminder, your sports registration confirms your awareness of the risks associated of COVID exposure while participating in sports activities at SCAA. The SCAA Board and coaching staff requires your adherence to NC and CDC guidelines to help protect yourself and others from the COVID virus per these general reminders:
- Do not come onto SCAA property if you or a member of your family are feeling unwell or believe you may have been exposed to someone confirmed to be infected with COVID
- Wash your hands frequently and use sanitizer when soap and water are not available
- Use sanitizing wipes to clean shared surfaces
- Please follow face mask requirements per NC, Mecklenburg County, and CDC guidelines (you will be asked to leave SCAA property if you cannot maintain proper social distancing)
- Be considerate of others when disposing of your trash to aid in cleaning efforts at SCAA
- Minimize spectators as much as possible for each practice and game
If you, a family member, official, a team, or an opposing team is suspected of having COVID-like symptoms at SCAA, please follow these steps:
- Contact your Head Coach and Sports Commissioner immediately and seek medical attention to begin testing requirements per NC, Mecklenburg County, and CDC guidelines
- If the awareness occurs at the field, the person(s) must leave SCAA immediately
- Notify health officials and close contacts immediately to begin contact tracing
- Contact an Executive Board Member immediately per the SCAA contact list web tab
*SCAA will manage COVID incidents on a case-by-case for contact tracing.
Thank you and have a safe & great season!
CDC info link...
*This message is also posted on the SCAA website per the "Team & COVID Preparedness" tab