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Hiawatha Late Sunday Skiklubb
It happened again! The polar vortex just won't leave, so for the safety of our young skiers (and old skiers), we are postponing our first session to SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21st.
We added Sunday, March 7th to our season and may add March 14th as well.
Thank you to those who picked up your skier's bib last weekend. If you did not pick up your bib, skiers will get their bib at the first session on the 21st.
Here is our check in plan for Sunday, February 21st!:
Below is our overall plan for check-in and COVID precautions at each of our in-person sessions (Feb. 14th, Feb. 21st, Feb. 28th, may have another in March).
Level 5 & 6 arrive at 2:00 pm and ski until 3:30 pm
Level 3 & 4 arrive at 2:15 pm and ski until 3:30 pm
Level 1 & 2 arrive at 2:30 pm - Level 1 will ski until 3:15 pm and Level 2 will ski until 3:30 pm
Each week, there will be a check-in table near the Hiawatha clubhouse where skiers and volunteers will be asked the health screening questions and attendance will be taken.
Once the skier checks in, they will go to their coach without parents (except Level 1, see below). Each coach will have approximately four skiers and groups can go off to ski as soon as everyone in their group has checked in. There will be no large group activity this season. At the end of the session, families will pick up their skier back at the check-in area. All skiers will have a phone number and contact number at the back of their nametag (on their bib) in case a coach needs to contact a parent/caregiver.
o All skiers and volunteers will need to answer the health screening questions at the check-in area each time we meet.
o A mask is required for everyone and needs to be worn over the nose and mouth. A buff or neckwarmer qualifies.
o If you are not volunteering, you may stay at the check-in area until your skier passes the health screening, but then we ask you to leave promptly. Please do not congregate or socialize at the check-in/check-out area.
o Each Level 1 skier should have a caregiver present in their group as a registered volunteer in case their skier needs help. Caregivers do not need to be on skis.
o Skiers in Levels 2-6 should be independent with carrying equipment and putting it on. Before the first club meeting, please have your skier practice putting on their equipment independently.
o Please stay within 10 minutes of the Hiawatha clubhouse in case your skier’s coach needs you to return.
We do understand that the staggered start times will be inconvenient for families with multiple skiers and different start times. Remember that we are all working hard to keep transmission rates low and COVID guidelines for meeting in person require us to keep everyone spread out as much as possible.
MYSL COVID Safety Reminder
If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms, do not attend in person programming. Please stay home and consult with your healthcare provider.
IMPORTANT: If someone in your household has attended in-person SkiSparks and a household member tests positive for COVID-19, please email email@example.com
Remember to be on time for your SkiSparks check-in and picking up your skier. Due to attendance and contact tracing requirements, only registered volunteers are allowed to ski with groups. Face coverings are required the entire time you are outside at the facility. Think snow! Coach Britt and Hiawatha Coaches
Remember to be on time for your SkiSparks check-in and picking up your skier.
Due to attendance and contact tracing requirements, only registered volunteers are allowed to ski with groups.
Face coverings are required the entire time you are outside at the facility.
Coach Britt and Hiawatha Coaches