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Xenia parents, athletes, and fans;

Below you will find the guidelines for re-opening of the Xenia Athletics facilities. Please take the time to read these guidelines carefully, our number one objective is to keep our athletes and coaches safe as we slowly transition back into athletics and our facilities.  An important reminder that all summer activities are strictly VOLUNTARY.  Activities will begin on Monday June 1st at Doug Adams Stadium, athletes will be getting information from their coaches between now and Monday that are sport specific. If for some reason they dont, please have them show up at the designated time for their sport (listed below). There are two specific times for all Warner MS athletes who will be entering 7th and 8th grade, these times are not sport specific, all to be 9th graders who are interested in participating in a sport at Xenia HS should plan on attending with their specific sport

The first two weeks will have an emphasis on re-acclamation and conditioning.  Strength coach Rex Carpenter will have a program to ease athletes back into competitive shape.

Parents should help their son/daughter self-check before attending any workout, anybody feeling ill or having a temperature over 100.0 degrees should not attend.

No Water will be provided at Doug Adams Stadium, athletes will not be permitted to participate if they dont bring their own water.  If you have any questions please dont hesitate to contact athletic director Nathan Kopp, nkopp@xeniaschools.org

 

Xenia Community Schools Athletic Facilities Re-Opening

Phase I (Re-acclamation and Conditioning) Conducted by strength coach Rex Carpenter June 1st-June 12th 

 

General Guidelines

-During Phase I all Indoor athletic facilities including the weight-room and all gymnasiums will remain closed.

-Phase I will have an emphasis on conditioning and resistance training using body weight and resistance bands.

-All activities will take place outside and limited to Doug Adams Stadium, locker-rooms will remain closed.

-A master sport specific schedule will be created for all workouts and sports and strictly followed.

-All athletes should bring their own water, none will be provided at this time.  Athletes will not share water.

-Social distancing will continue to occur and all workouts will be done using the minimum 6ft standard.

 

Pre-workout self-assessment

 

-All athletes and coaches will self-check temperature at home prior to attending.

-Athletes and Coaches not feeling well or with a temperature above 100 degrees will not attend or take part in any workouts

and should immediately contact his or her primary care provider.

-High Risk individuals should not oversee workouts.

 

Facilities Cleaning

 

-All areas used during Phase I will be cleaned before and after all workouts.

-Individuals should wash their hands for a minimum of 20 seconds with warm water and soap before touching any surface or participating in workouts.

-Hand sanitizer will be available at different areas outside.

-All equipment (resistance bands, etc) will be sanitized between usages.

-Athletes should leave the facility immediately following their workout and are encouraged to go immediately home and shower

 

Physical Activity and Athletic Equipment

 

-Appropriate clothing must be worn at all time, no workout clothing should be shared

-During skills related activities all balls and equipment will be cleaned between workouts

-Minimal equipment will be used during Phase I

 

Low-Risk Sports (Tennis, Golf, Cross Country with a staggered start, Sideline Cheer)

-May begin normal summer workouts (open courts, distance running, cheer routines, practice rounds of golf, driving range etc.) using appropriate social distancing and cleaning all equipment in between usages. Along with the above guidelines.

 

Moderate Risk and High Risk Sports (Basketball, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball, Wrestling, Football, Boys Lacrosse)

-These sports will take part in the re-acclamation and conditioning part of Phase I.  Skill training for outdoor sports during Phase I can take place beginning June 15th using the above guidelines.

 

Doug Adams Stadium Schedule June 1st-June 12th

 

Monday

8am     Wrestling, Lacrosse, Baseball, Boys Track

9am     Football, Boys Basketball

10am   Volleyball, Girls Basketball, Softball, Girls Track

11am   MS Athletes

 

Tuesday

8am     Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis

9am     Football, Boys Basketball

10am   Volleyball, Girls Basketball, Softball, Girls Track

11am   Boys Soccer

 

Wednesday

8am     Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis

9am     Football, Boys Basketball

10am   Wrestling, Lacrosse, Baseball, Boys Track

11am   Boys Soccer

 

Thursday

8am     Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis

9am     Football, Boys Basketball

10am   Volleyball, Girls Basketball, Softball, Girls Track

11am   Boys Soccer

 

Friday

8am     Wrestling, Lacrosse, Baseball, Boys Track

9am     MS Athletes

***Workouts will last 50 minutes, athletes will be required to leave immediately upon completion of their workout.

 

Phase II Team Skills Training and Weight-Training June 15-TBA

 

General Guidelines

 

-All summer workouts and conditioning are voluntary.

-During Phase II indoor athletic facilities will reopen.

-Skill Training may resume beginning Monday June 15th.  Coaches will coordinate with the athletic office their schedule.

-A master sport specific schedule will be created for all workouts and sports and strictly followed.

-Locker-rooms will remain closed.

 

Pre-workout self-assessment

 

-All athletes and coaches will self-check temperature at home prior to attending.

-Athletes and Coaches not feeling well or with a temperature above 100 degrees should not attend or take part in any workouts

and immediately contact his or her primary care provider.

-High Risk individuals should not oversee workouts.

 

Facilities Cleaning

 

-All areas used during Phase II will be cleaned before and after all workouts.

-Individuals should wash their hands for a minimum of 20 seconds with warm water and soap before touching any surface or participating in workouts.

-Hand sanitizer will be available at different areas outside.

-All equipment will be cleaned in between workouts.

-Athletes should leave the facility immediately following their workout and are encouraged to go immediately home and shower.

 

Physical Activity and Athletic Equipment

 

-Appropriate clothing must be worn at all time, no workout clothing should be shared.

 

Low-Risk Sports (Tennis, Golf, Cross Country with a staggered start, Sideline Cheer)

-Will continue with summer workouts (open courts, distance running, cheer routines, practice rounds of golf, driving range etc.) using appropriate social distancing and cleaning all equipment in between usages. Along with the above guidelines.

 

Moderate Risk and High Risk Sports (Basketball, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball, Wrestling, Football, Boys Lacrosse)

-These sports can begin skills workouts with no more than 10 athletes (per coach) in one inside or outside area and still practicing social distancing.

 

Doug Adams Fitness Center COVID 19 Policies (PHASE II)

 

Weight room

 

-All areas will be cleaned before and after each workout.

-We have 15 racks, we will allow up to 2 athletes and per rack (these pairs will stay together) and 3 coaches per lifting time.

-Each rack will have a spray bottle and clean towel or paper towels for cleaning.

-Athletes will continue to practice social distancing while in the weight-room.

-All workouts will be coordinated and instructed by strength coach Rex Carpenter.

-Water fountains will be covered.

-All locker-rooms will remain closed.

 

 

Coaches

 

-Coaches should “self check”temperatures at home.

-If coaches have a temperature of 100.0 or higher, they should not come in.

-All coaches will sign in.

-All coaches are recommended to wear masks in indoor facilities.

-All coaches will arrive 20 minutes before their workouts and stay until all athletes are gone.

-High Risk individuals should not oversee workouts.

 

Student-Athletes

 

-All student-athletes should “self check”temperatures at home.

-All student-athletes will sign in.

-All student-athletes should come in workout attire (locker-rooms will be closed)

-All student-athletes will bring their own water and should not share.

-All student-athletes will leave immediately after their workout is over.