Covid-19 POlicies & Procedures
As most have you have heard, gyms/fitness centers were shut down by the governor again today 7/13/2020. Starting tomorrow, we will only be open to our day camp, which does not fall into the gym/fitness center sector. We are not sure when we will reopen fully, as we will wait for the governor to allow it, but we are hoping it will only be through this week. This means all classes and team practices will be cancelled the remainder of this week. We will keep you posted and inform you as we gain more knowledge. Unfortunately, we are all finding out together and trying to do the our best with the information at hand. All missed classes will be provided make ups, no matter the program. Please check your emails often as we will make changes quickly as we are allowed to. If you have any questions or concerns please email us at email@example.com. We appreciate everyone's support and will see you guys soon! Stay Safe and Healthy!
Pacific Edge Management-
Pacific Edge Sports Academy Covid 19 Exposure Policies
If possible exposure to Covid 19, but showing no symptoms:
What this means:
You or an immediate family member has had close contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 or possible positive (waiting on results).
What to do:
Do not enter Pacific Edge Sports Academy unless you get confirmation that the person you had close contact with tested negative for Covid-19. If they tested positive you must quarantine for 14 days before entering Pacific Edge Sports Academy or receive a negative test yourself.
If you, your child, or any member of your family that has entered
Pacific Edge Sport Academy receives a positive Covid 19 test result:
You must report the positive test to Sierra@pacificedgesports.com.
We will follow CDC protocols which are the following:
In accordance with state and local privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations, youth sports organizations should notify local health officials, youth sports program staff, umpires/officials, 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.
Work with local health officials to develop a reporting system (e.g., letter) youth sports organizations can use to notify health officials and close contacts of cases of COVID-19.