PHASE 2 JUNE 15 – JUNE 28
Newark City School Athletes and Coaches ONLY
The gyms will be used as follows:
Girls B-ball - Aux - 7:00am-11:00am - 4 groups
Volleyball - Main - 6:00am-9:00am - 3 Groups
Boys Basketball - 9:00am-12:00pm - 3 groups
I might add an additional group at 12:00.
Here is the schedule for phase 2 in the weight room at this point:
7:15-7:35 - Girls B-ball - Pod 2
7:45-8:05 - Girls B-ball - Pod 1
8:25-8:45 - Girls B-ball - Pod 3
9:15-9:35 - Boys B-ball - Pod 2
9:50-10:10 - Boys B-ball - Pod 1
10:20-10:40 - Boys B-ball - Pod 3
There is at least 10 or 20 minutes between groups, so you have time to sanitize and clean.
Wrestling – Auxiliary Gym
Tuesday and Thursday – 5:00pm-8:00pm
Evans Athletic Facility
Football – 6:30am-1:15pm
Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday
Varsity Practice Field and Track
Girls Soccer – 8:00am-10:00am – Monday through Friday – Old Game Field / Practice Field / NASA
Boys Soccer – 7:00am-9:00am – Monday through Friday – Practice Field
Cross Country – 7:00am-9:00am – Monday / Wednesday / Friday - Bike Path / Track / Fence Perimeter
Tennis – NHS Tennis Courts – 9:00-11:15
Volleyball • No scrimmages or games permitted. • Players can each do skills drills with a volleyball that is shared. Coaches will need to have enough volleyballs so that each player may have their own.
Football • No scrimmages (including 7-on-7) or games permitted. • No plastic shield covering the entire face (or attached to a helmet) shall not be allowed during practices or play. • Only “non-contact football” is permitted. • Players can each do skills drills with a football. All equipment used should be cleaned intermittently.
Tennis • Competition is permitted. • Avoid exchanging documents or equipment before, during or after the event. • Players should arrive no more than 10 minutes early for practice; wait until the group ahead of you has left the court; and allow 6-feet between individuals in all areas. • Players should not touch other players’ equipment (i.e. racquets, tennis balls, gear, etc.) and should avoid using your hand to pick up tennis balls. (Use your racquet/foot to pick up balls to hit back to your opponent on another court.) • Players should use owned tennis balls (i.e. clearly mark yours or use a different color) and avoid touching gates, fences, benches, using locker rooms, etc. • Parents/Guardians should not enter the playing area.
Cross Country • No scrimmages or events permitted. • Runners should remain six feet between other individuals at all times, including when running.
Golf • Competition is permitted. • Players should wait until the tee box is completely cleared of the group ahead prior to entering. • Players should not touch other players’ clubs, golf balls, carts, etc. and should leave flagsticks in the hole. • Players should not arrive more than 30 minutes prior to teeing off and should wait in the vehicle until the coach arrives. • Wear a mask if in close proximity to other golfers. • Cannot gather in groups of more than 10 (including the coach).
Soccer • No scrimmages or games permitted. • Players may share a ball. Balls must be cleaned intermittently.
Cheer • No cheer events/performances/competition permitted. • Athletes may not practice/perform partner stunts or building. • Chants, jumps, dances, etc. without contact are permissible.
Wrestling • No matches permitted. • Skills and drills may occur without touching a teammate.
Swimming • Competition is permitted. • Swimmers should be spaced out properly in each lane.
Bowling • No scrimmages or games permitted. • Athletes should be spaced out properly per lane pairs.
Basketball • No scrimmages or games permitted. • Players can each do skills/drills with a basketball. Basketballs should be cleaned intermittently.
Baseball & Softball • Competition is permitted. When playing a game: o Coaches must exchange a list of coaches, ball boys/girls, scorekeepers and athletes at the start of the game and retain these lists throughout the summer. This should include, at a minimum, each head coach’s name, phone number and mailing address. This is in case someone becomes a confirmed COVID-19 case. o Compliant game balls must be designated to each team to be used on defense only. o If you host a tournament on-site, you must notify the Licking County Health Dept of the event prior to holding it. o Paper lineup cards should not be exchanged with officials of the other team. oo Equipment (i.e. bats, helmets, batting gloves, gloves, gear, masks, etc.) should not be shared by players. o The “handshake line” is to be avoided at the conclusion of the game. This relates to team-to-team, team-to-umpire, coach-to-coach and coach-to-umpire. o Spectators must stay off the field of play, in dugouts, etc. and 6-feet back of the backstop. o Remind umpire to allow adequate distance behind the catcher while still able to perform their duty.
WEIGHT ROOM PROCEDURES
PHASE 2 – JUNE 15-JUNE 28
ATHLETES MUST BE 6 FEET APART
ATHLETES WILL STAY AT THEIR STATION
ATHLETES WILL CLEAN THEIR STATION AFTER THEY LIFT – WITH A SANITIZING WIPES
THIS INCLUDES –BENCHS, BARS, PULL-UPS, DIPS, DUMBELLS, KETTLE BELLS.
COACHES WILL USE SANITIZER TO CLEAN ALL AREAS BETWEEN GROUPS LEAVING AND ENTERING. GLOVES MUST BE USED.
ANY BENCHES THAT HAVE HOLES OR RIPS - MUST NOT BE USED.
ATHLETES MUST WAIT UNTIL ALL EQUIPMENT IS DRY BEFORE USE
CUSTODIAL STAFF WILL CLEAN THE ENTIRE WEIGHT-ROOM AFTER ALL ATHLETES AND COACHES HAVE VACATED THE AREA