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2020 CCFA Tackle and Flag Football

 

Parents and players CCFA is planning on having  our

2020 Fall Tackle and Flag Football Season

CCFA is still in contact with the SWML for Tackle along with other assocations

We are also in contact with Comm Ed and Chaska CC for Flag Football

There will be changes and it is still a fluid situation.

CCFA is not bound by the MN State High School League Rules

CCFA falls under the Youth Sport Guidelines that the went into effect 

July 1st approved by MN State Gov Walz and the MN Health Department.

CCFA wants everyone to be safe so new protocols will be in effect

Starting with Equipment Handout Nights

We need everyone to try to come on the night for their grade only to help with numbers and to maintain Social Distancing.

The main change is everyone needs to be wearing a mask

Once the parent checks in the player and writes the 2 deposit checks

The parents will then wait at the exit for the player.

 

Practices will be broken down to smaller groups so we can manage the 25 person POD requirement for practice.

Parents will be asked not to stay and watch at the field they can watch from their car.

Spectators for Games will also be effected not everyone will be able to watch the games like they have in the past

CCFA will require spectators to have mask and to social distance from the players and other families.

 

This is not all the information more to come

Just the start in the year of Covid-19

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2020 CCFA Season Covid-19 info
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2020 CCFA Season Covid-19 info

 

 

Greetings CCFA Youth families,


Due to current COVID policies, in order to participate, everyone must acknowledge and accept the following rules of conduct: ALL PARTICIPANTS (PLAYERS, COACHES, FAMILY MEMBERS) MUST MONITOR THEMSELVES
AND FAMILY MEMBERS FOR COVID-19 SYMPTOMS.

Click here to reference CDC for a list of
symptoms: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html
PLAYERS & COACHES WILL STAY HOME IF THEY OR A FAMILY MEMBER IS DISPLAYING SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19.

PLAYER RESPONSIBILITIES
At Practice:
• Upon arrival, proceed directly to the designated field for your team.
• Once all players are present, the coach will provide direction.
• Follow coach's directions at all times.
• DO NOT share water bottles.
• During a session, if a player becomes ill, we will immediately isolate the player who becomes ill and contact the parent/guardian.
After Practice:
• Wash hands with personal hand sanitizer prior to leaving field.
• Collect items, leave the field to the designated pick-up spot.
• Once home, wash hands, remove all gear from your bag and wash each item.

FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES
Before Practice:
• Keep your child at home if any family member is displaying COVID-19 symptoms. Contact head coach to inform them of the situation.
At Practice:
• Drop player at designated drop off-site no earlier than 10 minutes ahead of start time.
• There is NO congregating of players/parents/coaches before, during, or after the practice.
After Practice:
• Ensure the players clothing is washed after each practice.
• Ensure the players training equipment is washed/sanitized after each practice.

COACH RESPONSIBILITIES
Before Practice:
• If sick or displaying COVID-19 related symptoms, notify co-coach and Director of Coaching ASAP. A decision will be made by the Coaching Director whether or not to cancel practice.
At Practice:

All coaches will be wearing mask.
• Ensure pod/team is kept to a maximum of 25 people.
• Prioritize player safety and maintaining social distancing above instruction.
• Adhere to social distancing and hygiene measures - no high fives.

After Practice:
• Ensure to stay at pick up location until last player is picked up.
• Spray down all footballs utilized with sanitizer and sanitize hands.
• Wash clothing after each training session.
• Sanitize equipment after each training session.


by posted 08/03/2020
Fall Flag Football Registration via Dist 112 Comm ED & CCC

Fall Flag Football

 

Join the fun! Whether you’re a pro football player or learning the game for the first time Chaska Chanhassen Football Association (CCFA) will get you in the game! We’ll work on fundamentals and drill work before playing a game each day. Teams will be formed by grade level with the possibility of playing with one grade level (up or down) depending on numbers.

Each grade level will play at the same time starting with the youngest grades going to oldest.

Each player will get a jerseys to keep.

Volunteer coaches are needed, please note during registration if you’re interested in coaching!

This is a partnership between CCFA, Chaska Parks & Recreation and ECCS Community Ed. 

Registration deadline is Aug. 7th in order to form teams and try to honor one friend request! 

  • Oct. 17th will be a rain makeup date if we need it, please mark your calendars so you can join us if you’re around.
  • The 9:00 am - 2:00 pm is the window of time the games will be played. You will be notified by your coach of the exact game times once the teams are formed.

 

 Register for 2020 Fall Flag Football 

Sponsored by CCFA, Dist 112 CE & Chaska CC

 

 

Click Here to register via Comm Ed

Click Here to register via Chaska Comm Ctr

 

4th - 8th grade player if you are looking for tackle football.  Click here  

 


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