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We are excited to be able to return to play after several months of restrictions. The following guidelines have been developed to ensure all of our players, coaches, referees and all other volunteers stay safe and healthy while reducing the spread of the Covid-19 Virus. 

PARENTS/GUARDIANS:

Ensure your child is healthy: Parents will need to test child’s temperature before departing for a Region 544 activity. If above 100.4°, do not attend.

Social Distancing Guidelines (Saturday Session): During Saturday sessions, parents/guardians will be asked to remain in their vehicles for the duration  Region 544 Activities. This is to keep the number of people on the field at one time to a bare minimum.

Everyone allowed on the field will be required to social distance. Masks will be required. Those not adhering to social distancing may be asked to leave the fields. Those who refuse to leave the fields under these circumstances, will run the risk of suspension and possible expulsion from future AYSO 544 activities. Refunds will not be honored. 

Please be sure to wash your child’s clothing after every training/activity If your child or family member becomes ill for any reason, Parents/Guardians should notify your Coach or Team Point of Contact. Do not assist coach with equipment before or after activities

Communication: Check Region & Coach communication regularly Sanitize all equipment: Includes soccer balls, cleats, shin guards, etc. before and after every region activity

Mark Belongings: Clearly label your child’s water bottle and personal items

Player Hydration Update:
Parents/Guardians - please make sure to provide water for your child. 

All activities will be held at Centennial Park Fields
Thermometer Checks:
Board Members will be on hand at the entrance tent to check player temperatures. These checks are mandatory. No one will not be allowed on the fields without them. If any participant’s temperature is deemed high (100.4°+), the Board will ask the individual to sit in the shade and relax for a few minutes, then try again. If the temperature remains high, the individual will not be allowed inside.

Social Distancing:
Region 544 will require that parents stay in their cars during activities (drop off at the activity site is ok but parents must return to their cars immediately after drop off). Masks will also be required. Those not adhering to social distancing may be asked to leave the premises.

Coaches:
Coaches or Team point of contact will send pre-training communication to families ensuring that only healthy participants attend and reiterate expectations and guidelines Coaches should maintain social distancing requirements from players and family members.

Wearing a face mask is required for Coaches for the duration of the Skill Development session


Utilize technique in isolation exercises, grid work, fitness and spatial awareness to limit physical contact between players
Children will be assigned to ONE group throughout the entire season.
Groups are not allowed to mix with other groups for any reason until further notice.
Scrimmages will not be allowed to avoid close contact as much as possible.
The focus must be placed on grid work & exercises (6ft at all times)
Older divisions will not be allowed to travel to other regions.
Ensure all players have and handle their own labeled equipment (ie. soccer ball, water bottle, training disks, etc.)
Coach should be the only person to handle coaching equipment (ie. cones, disks, etc.); do not let parents, players or attendees assist
Hand sanitizer will be provided to Coaches by the region for the duration of the season.
Handwashing on arrival / mid-way / end of training session is expected.
Coaches will be required to have hand sanitizer available at all times.
No shared Goalkeepers Jerseys.
If competitive scrimmages become permissible, the Region will provide Coaches with pinnies for 4 quarters.
Coach or Team POC to perform a weekly check-in with the Safety Director to report if anyone on their team has reported a Covid-19 related concern.
Coaches/POCs are only expected to report information provided to them by parents or guardians. The Coach will not proactively ask for updates. 

For Covid-19 concerns and case reporting, all participants should notify our Safety Director, Melissa Raridon - [email protected]
In accordance with state and local privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations, Region 544 will notify local health officials, program staff, coaches and referees and families immediately of any case of Covid-19 while maintaining confidentiality in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable laws and regulations.
Region 544 will advise those who had close contact with the person diagnosed with Covid-19 to stay at home and self monitor for symptoms. Please refer to our Risk Assessment guide on the next slide for information on how to handle various scenarios.
● A negative test will not be required by our region to return
● Updates on cases will be included in weekly regional update emails
● We will attempt to provide additional time in December for make-up activities if needed 

How to protect yourself and others (CDC)
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html 
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html



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Perris AYSO - Region 544

P.O. Box 463 
Perris, California 92572

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 951-400-3433
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