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3 weeks ago @ 1:42PM

Summer Athletics 2020 at Timberline

Dear Athletes and Parents,

The information below lists the guidelines that were developed and approved by the Southern Idaho Conference as we phase back into summer athletic activities.   Timberline will be following these guidelines.   

Keep in mind that these plans could change at any moment.   We will be flexible in our planning.    Currently the Timberline coaches are working on plans for a summer program that will fit within these guidelines.   Our main goal is to keep kids healthy and safe while also providing athletic opportunities that are similar to those we have provided in the past.

We appreciate your continued support and understanding.    We will update this page and website as information becomes available.   We also understand you may have concerns as we move through these stages.   Ultimately, our hope is that Fall Sports will resume as scheduled.

Thanks,

Tol

 

SIC Summer Reintroduction Program 2020

 

Goals for SIC Summer Programs

  1. Protect the health and safety of students, coaches and spectators- physical, emotional and mental.
  2. Consistency with Governor Little’s stages in Rebound Idaho.
  3. Level and consistent playing field for all schools in the SIC.
  4. Adaptability and flexibility as we learn and things evolve with COVID 19.

 

AD’s and coaches will work together to create plans for their school based on the following information.

 

Key aspects to consider when planning summer programs for AD’s and Coaches:

    • Scheduling- games staggered, events small, 2-3 schools max
    • Communication- allow fans or not, wash hands, how are they to enter and sit?
    • Following safety guidelines- sanitizer, wipes, spray bottles, 6 ft away, masks, cleaning protocols, etc

 

Local District Health Thoughts - (notes from the discussion are at the end)

  • Facemasks as needed
  • Stations to sanitize
  • Sanitize equipment (before and after)
  • Keep same kids in same groups throughout the summer (especially in June)

 

All Stages – individuals should continue to: Engage in physical distancing of at least six feet, wear face coverings in public places, stay home if sick, practice good hand hygiene, cover coughs and sneezes, disinfect surfaces and objects regularly.

 

The following plan is subject to change based on state southwest district health guidelines and policies.

 

No extracurricular activity will begin until Monday, June 1st, 2020

 

May 30-June 12, 2020 (Stage 3)- Stage 3 only if Stage 2 is met and satisfied

  • Groups of less than 50 people where appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures are observed.  No competition between other schools.
    • Weight Room
      • Allow the appropriate number of people where social distancing may be maintained
      • Spotting/Safety procedures should not be minimized due to social distancing.
      • Space out to minimize contact
      • A disinfectant should be used after each session
    • Gymnasium- CDC Guidelines on Gymnasiums
      • No more than 20  people in the gym (group the same)
      • Drills for individual development only
      • No full competition or drills that will not support social distancing
    • Stadium (Outside Spaces)
      • No more than 50 people on the playing field
      • Conditioning and Drills that allow for appropriate distancing.
      • No game like competitions.
  • All high school club sports (American legion, softball, VB, basketball, wrestling, etc.)
    • Follow all SIC guidelines when using SIC facilities

 

June 13th-26th, 2020 (Stage 4) State 4 only if Stage 3 is met and satisfied

  • Groups of more than 50 people where appropriate physical distancing and precautionary measures are observed can occur.  No competition between other schools.
    • Weight Room
      • The number of participants may increase as long as appropriate physical distancing is observed.
      • Spotting/Safety procedures should not be minimized due to social distancing.
      • Space out to minimize contact
      • A disinfectant should be used after each session
    • Gymnasium- CDC Guidelines on Gymnasiums
      • No more than 50 people in each gym that is available.
      • Drills for individual development
      • Limited competition between members of practice groups
    • Stadiums(Outside Spaces)
      • More than 50 people on the playing field
      • Conditioning and Drills that allow for appropriate distancing.
      • Limited competition between members of practice groups
      • No full contact with football

                        All high school club sports (American legion, softball, VB, basketball, wrestling, etc.)

    • Follow all SIC guidelines when using SIC facilities

 

June 27th- July 30th  - All subject to change based on state and southwest district health guidelines

If all state criteria met and continued precautionary measures are observed the following can happen…

    • Kids clinics/camps, athletic camps, and tournaments will be allowed per current guidelines (all local)
    • No out of state travel to camps and/or tournaments
    •  Competition/Scrimmages allowed between SIC or Treasure Valley Schools…….. FANS ALLOWED (subject to change based on state and southwest district health guidelines)

All high school club sports (American legion, softball, VB, basketball, wrestling, etc.)

    • Follow all SIC guidelines when using SIC facilities

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