As always the healthy and safety of our families is the top priority of our school. We monitor the situation daily and with great caution.
We are excited to begin another week of the Beasley National Soccer School Summer Camp program. Needless to say, the past few months have been challenging. Now, more than ever, we are looking forward to a FUN week of soccer activities and letting the kids get back to some normalcy. Nothing says summer more than going to soccer camp!
That said, we all understand there is a “new normal” in the world and we must follow all the guidelines to keep everyone as safe as possible. The health and safety of campers, staff and parents is PRIORITY ONE. By following some simple requirements, we can work together to provide a safe and healthy environment.
The protocol for protecting yourself and others against COVID-19 is outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. These are simple everyday practices that should be followed both at home and at the camp site:
Our camp staff will remind the players of these basics every day. We also ask that campers bring a small bottle of hand sanitizer with them in their backpack/lunch bag.
In addition, our administration will be taking campers temperatures daily and recording. Any player with a high reading will not be permitted to participate in camp on that day. Of course, should your child display any signs of illness, please do not bring them to camp and notify our staff. All coaches and administrators will be required to adhere to the same standards and follow the same protocols listed above.
We stand ready to assist you and your child as we navigate these expanded safety measures.