SUMMER SKILLZ CLINICS - IMPORTANT GUIDELINES
We are very excited to host Summer Skillz clinics at Bishop Fenwick High School. Our staff has been working tirelessly to deliver what should be a safe and fun experience for all of our players and coaches.
Skillz Check has released specific guidelines and responsibilities that all campers must review and adhere to from start to finish. Implementing these guidelines requires a cooperative effort between coaches, players, and parents/guardians, so we thank you in advance for your support. Parents and players should review ALL of the information below carefully.
Should you have any questions or concerns please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
▶︎ REQUIRED FORMS & PAPERWORK
As part of the online registration process, all players completed and signed off on the COVID-19 Waiver. Players MUST submit a health assessment form online prior to arrival to camp. There will be no exceptions.
CLICK HERE to complete the health assessment online form.
▶︎ GUIDELINES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Skillz Check has created guidelines that will be followed for all Summer Skillz clinics. All players and families are required to review and understand these guidlelines.
Click here to review the clinic guidelines
Click here to review the parent, player & coach responsibilities.
▶︎ DROP OFF PROCEDURE
On day one, players will be dropped off at Bishop Fenwick High School at three separate times - 8:30, 8:40, 8:50. We will notify you via email the Sunday prior with a drop off time prior to your arrival at camp. We ask that you respect and adhere to these drop off times to help us avoid any clustering or unnecessary grouping around the registration area.
Parents of players who are over the age of 10 are asked to NOT leave their car. Please send your player to the registration table upon arrival.
Players under the age of 10 are allowed to have one parent escort them to the registration table. There will be no spectating allowed on site throughout the camp day. Parents and guardians are asked to leave campus after drop off or stay in their cars.
▶︎ PICK UP PROCEDURE
Parents should park in the parking lot at the designated pick-up time. Please do NOT leave your car to find your child. With the help of their coaches, your player will come to you. Players will be dismissed when and only when their parent/car is in the lot.
▶︎ WHAT TO BRING
Below is a list of what every player needs to bring each day of the clinic. Please make sure that your player’s equipment and items are clearly labeled. There will be NO sharing of food, snacks or drinks allowed.
- Backpack or soccer bag, labeled with their name
- Soccer shoes suitable for grass play
- Optional pair of shoes (soccer or running)
- Shin pads Soccer ball
- A good-sized water bottle (jug preferable) that is clearly labeled
- Hand sanitizer
- Mask (for use during arrival and departure)
- Towel or outdoor friendly blanket (for use during snack and lunchtime)
- A peanut/nut free snack
- A peanut/nut free lunch (for full-day players only)
▶︎ LUNCH & SNACK
Players enrolled in the full-day clinic will need to bring their own peanut/nut- free lunch with them each day. All players – half and full day – should bring a separate, nut-free snack for snack/break time. Everyone should bring a refillable water bottle (as large as possible with plenty of ice). We will have opportunities to refill.
▶︎ INCLEMENT WEATHER PLAN
Players should always prepare for unexpected weather; hot, cold, or rain as we will be training outdoors. If there is a chance of inclement/dangerous weather, players will be contacted via the e-mail addresses provided during the time of registration the night prior. If weather causes the complete cancelation of a day, we have secured Saturday as a rain date.
Participants, parents, family and spectators taking part in soccer and soccer related activities do so with the knowledge of risk and potential exposure involved. In doing so they agree to accept any and all inherent risks to their personal health.
We realize that we are providing you with a great deal of information, but it is important that all players and their families are comfortable with the guidelines and responsibilities that we have created to ensure a safe environment and experience for all.