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Feb, 2021

Letter to Parents: PHWM Soccer Spring program - Registration wait list release


You are receiving this email because you have registered a child for the PHWM Soccer spring program on a wait list.

PHWM Soccer will run a spring recreation soccer program

All current wait list registrations will be released from the wait lists on Friday 2/19. A message will be sent, from the registration system, to the email address listed in the registrants' owners account, stating an order has been created and to sign in to your account to complete the spring registration payment. 

Please make the spring season registration payment or cancel the order before 3/5/21, after receiving the email notice.

If you want to cancel the order and not participate in the spring program email Terry Nolan at [email protected].

Age group registration will remain opened until 3/5/21 (as paid registrations), some age groups may close earlier when the maximum number of players for an age group in registered.

Registration for the Spring program will be less than the normal number for the PHWM Soccer spring program. No child may participate in the PHWM Soccer spring program without registering and the parent agreeing to the Baltimore County COVID Waiver Form (during registration).

PHWM Soccer is a volunteer organization. To have a Spring recreation soccer program will require the support of families participating in the program to follow the COVID-19 guidelines, rules and preventative requirements to stop the spread of the coronavirus as best as possible. Details are below and are posted to the PHWM Soccer websites.

Parents: if you and your child(ren) will not commit to the preventive requirements please cancel your order for the fall soccer program!!

Thank you to the parents that have registered to volunteer to coach and be team managers. PHWM Soccer recognizes this will not be the normal coaching experience with the Covid-19 guidelines.

Unfortunately, all age groups are short on volunteer head coaches (as of 2/18/21) and we must have enough coaches to run the age groups. PHWM Soccer understands the additional risk for a volunteer this season but must request additional volunteer coaches. You can register to volunteer from your registration account or contact the age group coordinator listed before.

PHWM Soccer will provide coaches with the follow for COVID-19 guidelines:

  1. extra cones marking areas for social distancing for players' equipment/water/rest place
  2. Hand sanitizer
  3. Face mask

Game and practice information links:

Thank you
Terry Nolan
Rick Townley
PHWM Soccer volunteer staff 

PHWM Soccer COVID-19 guidelines/rules for team practice and games: 

  •    Players must wear masks approaching and leaving fields
  •    Coaches should wear mask coming/going to the field and on field
  •    Player bags and drinks MUST be spaced out by minimum of 6 feet
  •    Cones placed out for players to place their bag/equipment/water container etc. socially distanced as they arrive
  •    Parents / Players must self-screen prior to coming to training, if there are any signs of illness, they must stay home
  •    Parents must socially distance while at practice / games and wear a face mask.
  •    If a player tests positive for COVID-19 or is exposed to a person with COVID-19, this must be immediately reported it to the Coach/Coordinator, then Director of PHWM Soccer and the player NOT attend any practice or game.

Baltimore County Parks and recreation fall sports guidelines/rules:

  • Participation in programs is only allowed if you have had no signs or symptoms of Covid-19, and you have not been exposed to someone who has had signs or symptoms of Covid-19 for a minimum period of 14 days before participation
  • Participation in programs requires a signed Baltimore County COVID Waiver Form
  • If you are sick or feel sick, you should remain home
  • At risk individuals, youth or adult, should remain home
  • Temperature checks are required for players, volunteers and coaches 
  • Hand sanitizer should be available at all activities
  • Assign an area for each player to place their equipment
  • No sharing of drink bottles or any personal equipment
  • No centralized hydration or refreshment areas
  • Masks are required by all volunteers and coaches in the program
  • Masks are required for participants when entering the field and while on the bench
  • Masks are not required for players and officials while on the field of play, but are recommended
  • Social distancing should be practiced at all possible times
  • Participants should refrain from handshakes, huddles and high fives

CDC Considerations for Youth Sports:

Exposure to COVID-19 - follow CDC guidelines for quarantine. Could mean a whole team or teams be out for 14 days minimum

Self screen

  • As a member of the PHWM Soccer community, I must answer the following screening questions prior to attending any sanctioned PHWM Soccer related training and/or competition event.
  • Instructions:
    • All questions must be answered 2-3 hours prior to any PHWM Soccer in-person event,
    • If you answer NO to all questions relating to symptoms, please proceed to your PHWM Soccer event.
    • If you answer YES to any of the questions relating to symptoms, please contact your PHWM Soccer coaching staff immediately, DO NOT attend any PHWM Soccer event until further instructions are provided.
  1. Does your child have a temperature 100 or above? 
  2. Since you last completed this survey, has anyone in your household tested positive for COVID 19, OR are you currently having any of the following symptoms:
    a. COVID-19 exposure in past 14 days
        b. Sore throat
        c. Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing
        d. Fever >100.4 F
        e. Chills
        f. Headache
        g. Sinus congestion
        h. Cough persistent and/or productive
        i. Joint aches and soreness
        j. Vomiting or diarrhea
        k. Rash
  3. Had close contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 with 72 hours 
  4. NO, proceed to your PHWM Soccer event
  5. Yes, contact your coaching staff, DO NOT attend any PHWM Soccer events at this time
    1. Do not go to training facilities or fields with any of the above symptoms. Remotely communicate your health status to coaches, team administrators, within 24 hours of your training session. Parents (and not the minor player) should communicate with the coach. Speak to a physician and follow CDC guidelines on self-quarantine.
    2. Should a member of your household be experiencing the symptoms above, the family member should consult a physician.
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