Health and Safety Guidelines:
This camp will follow the up-to-date COVID-19 health and safety guidelines put in place by RP23
Athletics and the host complex. All camp participants, spectators and staff will be required to abide by
the following guidelines in order to prioritize and maintain the health and safety of all participants,
parents and staff.
Health & Safety Guideline Contents:
Ensuring the health and safety of our campers, coaches and staff is our highest priority. Please be aware
of these guidelines as they can ensure the safety of all participating.
1.1 Before you leave your house:
If the participant has a temperature over 100.4 degrees, persistent cough, or other indications
of illness, please do not leave your home.
Please wash your hands with soap and water to endure the safety of players, coaches, and staff.
There will be no communal water. All players must have their own individual water and clearly
mark their name on it.
Please bring your own ball. RP23 Athletics will provide sanitized extra equipment if needed,
subject to availability.
1.2 Arrival and Check-In
Check-in procedures will be conducted every day of the camp.
All RP23 Athletics staff will be wearing masks upon arrival and throughout the camp.
Please maintain a six-foot distance from the person in front of and behind you while waiting to
Masks are mandatory for all camp participants, parents and guardians upon entry into the
facility (*subject to change based on host facility/location of camps due to specific county
After check-in, players will be given a personal area for their gear and will be asked to sanitize
their hands before heading to the court.
Parents of Independence participants are allowed to stay as spectators, as long as they are
masked and practice social distancing. Parents of Wellington participants must wait in the
commons area, while masked and practicing social distancing. They are not allowed entry into
the gym (*subject to change based on host facility/location of camps due to specific county
The following expectations are required of players, coaches and staff at all times.
Equipment will be sanitized before and after each session.
Masks are not mandatory for participants while on the court (*subject to change based on host facility/location of camps due to specific county health guidelines).
Coaches will wear masks throughout the session in its entirety.
Sanitation breaks will be required during every water break.
No handshakes, fist bumps, or group celebrations. No huddles or small group gatherings will be
If an injury occurs during camp, the immediate health and safety of the injured player will
remain a top priority. Care will be taken when addressing small injuries (i.e. handing out band-
aids, etc). Parents will be notified immediately if their assistance is needed with injury care.
Failure to adhere by these rules may result in dismissal from camp.
Once the session has finished, players will be directed by the coaches of how and when to depart camp.
Upon exiting camp, players must stop at designated sanitation stations to wash and disinfect
Players should go directly to their car upon using the sanitation station.
** Please agree to the Health and Safety guidelines