Lacrosse Youth Pre-season Clinics
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Youth and high school age lacrosse preseason skills and drills. This will primarily be geared to boys lacrosse but girls lacrosse players are welcome to attend. This will include wall ball routines to improve stick skills, at least one select skill to work on each week which could include a dodging technique, shooting, etc. We will also discuss offensive and defensive concepts as time allows. We will be limiting attendance to 12 in order to maximize social distancing. No walk-ins allowed.
Masks and Pre-registration will be required. They will be screening of registrants at the door. Players are required to bring their own equipment. All skills and drills will be developed with COVID precautions in mind. Clinics held at the Peterborough Community Center across the street from the bowling alley, using the green side door.
***Due to COVID-19 State and CDC guidelines, only the pre-registered participants and coaches are allowed in the gym. Parents, if you are planning on running some errands during this time, you cannot leave until your child's temp has been taken and the screening questions have been asked and answered and your child is cleared to enter the gym. If this - along with other COVID-19 guidelines are not adhered to, it may result in your child's exclusion from registering for these clinics.
PLEASE NOTE: These guidelines and longevity of the clinics may change at a moment's notice.
Who: Youth grades 4th through 9th
Depending upon the number of registrants as of Noon on Wednesdays, we will open up the remaining slots to HS students. Registrations close at 4pm so we can get rosters to the Community Center.
When: Wednesdays, 6:30 to 7:30pm - Last Weds will be 3/17/2021
Where: Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm St
COVID-19 screening questions
We will take temperatures and they must be below 100.4 degrees F. to enter the gym
Do you have any symptoms of COVID-19?
1) Fever, or feeling feverish;
2) Respiratory symptoms such as runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath;
3) General body symptoms such as muscle aches, chills, and severe fatigue;
4) Gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, and
5) Changes in a person’s sense of taste or smell.
o Have you had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the prior 10 days? (Note: healthcare workers caring for COVID-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment should answer “no” because they are not considered to have exposure)
o Have you traveled in the prior 10 days for non-essential purposes,* outside of NH, ME, VT, MA, RI, or CT, including domestically (within the U.S.), internationally (outside of the U.S.) or on a cruise ship?