Children and families are in great need of physical and social interaction now more than ever. The #1 priority remains the safety of our campers, families, and staff that adheres to the guidelines set forth by Marin County Health and Human Services.
What measures will be taken to reduce the risk of virus transmission?
Have hand sanitizer available to all campers
Players will bring their own food and water and sit spaced apart during breaks. No sharing of snacks, food, or water.
COVID tests required for players that have had exposure to the virus and are unvaccinated. Do NOT attend practice if you have any cold-like or COVID symptoms or if anyone if your household has COVID.
What if a child presents symptoms before or during camp?
Players must stay home if they have a temperature or are sick. Parents must notify the Camp Director as well.
Are parents allowed?
Parents are not allowed in to watch practices. They are asked to wear masks when picking up players at the field.
Do players need to wear masks at Youth Programs? Are masks mandatory or recommended for physical activity?
Children over the age of 2 should wear cloth face coverings to reduce the risk for transmission. Masks are not required during physical activity outside, but encouraged during breaks and walking to and from the field.