At All American Youth Sports it is important that we keep our athletes and families safe.
1) I have reviewed and consented to the All American Youth Sports Covid-19 Refund Policy as it relates to Covid-19.
2) I nor my child(ren) are experiencing any symptom of illness such as cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell.
3) I nor my child(ren) have been exposed to someone with a suspected and/or confirmed case of the Coronavirus/COVID-19.
4) I nor my child(ren) have been diagnosed with Coronavirus/Covid-19 and not yet cleared as non contagious by state or local public health authorities.
5) I acknowledge the contagious nature of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and that the CDC and many other public health authorities still recommend practicing social distancing. I further acknowledge that All American Youth Sports LLC can not guarantee that I or my child(ren) will not become infected with the Coronavirus/Covid-19. I understand that the risk of becoming exposed to and/or infected by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 may result from the actions, omissions, or negligence of myself and others, including, but not limited to, coaching staff, and other patron clients and their families. I voluntarily seek services provided by All American Youth Sports LLC and acknowledge that I am increasing my risk and my child(ren's) exposure to the Coronavirus/COVID-19. I acknowledge that I must comply with all set procedures to reduce the spread while attending sports training.
6) I hereby release and agree to hold All American Youth Sports LLC, Orange County Public School and Osceola County School Districts harmless from, and waive on behalf of myself, my heirs, and any personal representatives any and all causes of action, claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses and compensation for damage or loss to myself and/or property that may be caused by any act, or failure to act in accordance of league guidelines, or that may otherwise arise in any way in connection with any services received from All American Youth Sports LLC. I understand that this release discharges All American Youth Sports LLC or any of its partners and affiliates from any liability or claim that I, my heirs, or any personal representatives may have against the our league with respect to any bodily injury, illness, death, medical treatment, or property damage that may arise from, or in connection to, any services received from All American Youth Sports LLC. This liability waiver and release extends to All American Youth Sports together with all owners, partners, and employees.
I attest that I and my parties will be follow the CDC guidelines and will do all that we can to keep everyone safe during this time.
We have provided CDC key terms below:
The CDC does encourage social distancing in youth sports programs, if feasible. There are several strategies for this. For instance, programs can:
Encourage players to wait in their cars with guardians as feasible until just before the beginning of a practice, warm-up, or game, instead of forming a group. Never leave children in a parked car and follow CDC’s Tips for Preventing Heat-Related Illness to keep children safe.
Increase the size of the practice field or court.
Create physical distance between players when explaining drills or the rules of the game.
Provide physical guides, such as signs, paint and tape on floors or playing fields.
Space players at least 6 feet apart on the field, when possible, while participating in the sport (such as during warmup, skill building activities and simulation drills).
If keeping physical distance is difficult with players in competition or group practice, consider relying on individual skill work and drills.
Discourage unnecessary physical contact, such as high fives, handshakes, fist bumps, or hugs.
Older youth might be better able to follow directions for social distancing, while younger players may need reminders. Youth sports programs may ask parents or other household members to monitor their children and make sure that they remain at least 6 feet away from others outside their household and take other protective actions (for example, younger children could sit with parents or caregivers instead of in a dugout or group area).
You can also institute strategies during gameplay that may reduce contact between players. For example, consider banning defensive walls in soccer during free kicks, work with the opposing team to substitute cohorts together to ensure that the same players are on the field at the same time, or limit the number of scrums in rugby.
For a full list of strategies, refer to CDC’s considerations for Youth Sports.
Youth sports leagues and teams should communicate with players and families about the importance of social distancing, wearing cloth face coverings, and other protective measures they can take before they attend group events, such as games, competitions, or social gatherings.
Youth sports organizations should also limit any non-essential visitors, spectators, volunteers, and activities involving external groups or organizations as much as possible – especially with individuals not from the local geographic area (e.g., community, town, city, or county).
During times when players are not actively participating in practice or competition, encourage social distancing by increasing space between players on the sideline, dugout, or bench.
Consider posting signs or visual cues on the ground or walls to indicate appropriate spacing distance.
Additionally, coaches can encourage athletes to use downtime for individual skill-building work or cardiovascular conditioning, rather than staying clustered together.
We appreciate your understanding and your willingness to help us keep everyone safe by following these guidelines.
-All American Youth Sports