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Welcome to the 2020 Beach Dogs Lacrosse Summer Camp Program.

 

 

 

We will split up the groups on Monday. The state has set the guideline for outdoor activities to 50 people, which each of our locations will have less.

 

Stable group size: stable sports groups are subject to the Phase III social gathering limits of 25 people for indoor activities and 50 people for outdoor activities. This includes players, coaches, and volunteers.

 

 

The following are the guidelines set forth by the state for operating a safe summer camp. Please review with your camper.

  • All Players MUST wear a mask walking to and from the field, and while waiting for their time slot. Players may remove their masks if they choose only during the session on the field.
  • All Players MUST use only their OWN equipment at all times. They may not share sticks, gloves, or helmets.
  • Players and Coaches MUST DO THEIR BEST to maintain 6-ft of distance throughout the session. The Rhode Island DHS does not require social distancing within stable groups.
  • Each group will have an assigned station to leave their personal belongings as well as their water bottle
  • There will be absolutely NO contact during a session. Players MUST avoid high fives, chest bumps, etc...
  • There will be NO Spectators at these sessions. Parents may drop off and are asked to wait in the car to maintain the gathering being less than 10 people at all times

 

What steps would we encourage you to take?

We encourage you to follow sound hygiene practices, including:

  • Frequent handwashing with soap or use of hand sanitizer. We will have plenty at each field.
  • Cover your mouth and/or nose when you cough or sneeze (with a tissue or your inner elbow, not your hand).
  • Avoid physical contact that may transmit germs—refrain from shaking hands, hugging, etc.
  • Bring your own equipment and water, as well as your own face masks when you visit camp or practice.
  • Honor social distancing protocols throughout the facility.

 

We have an online resource for families:

 

https://www.leagueathletics.com/Page.asp?n=103661&org=beachdogslax.com

 

 

Other Resources:

 

Drop Off and Pick Up

 

Due to state restrictions, we ask that parents drop off and pick up their players without leaving their cars if possible.

 

LINKED HERE is a form that we ask each player to bring with them each day. There are 5, one for each day. Please complete this form and give to your player to give to their coach each morning. This is required by the state to help screen players for any symptoms of  COVID-19. For your reference, they are below.

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE AND PRINT THIS FORM AND BRING WITH YOU EACH DAY

https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.leagueathletics.com/Text/Documents/7767/73666.pdf

 

SYMPTOMS

  

COUGH

SHORTNESS OF BREATH OR DIFFICULTY BREATHING

FEVER OR CHILLS

MUSCLE OR BODY ACHES

SORE THROAT

HEADACHE

NAUSEA OR VOMITING

DIARRHEA

RUNNY NOSE OR STUFFY NOSE

FATIGUE

RECENT LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL

 

  • Have you been in close contact (less than six feet) with anyone with COVID-19 or symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
  • Have you traveled anywhere outside the 50 United States in the past 14 days?
  • Have you traveled to Rhode Island from another city, town, county, or state that currently has a stay-at-home restriction, a shelter-in-place restriction, or a similar restriction, declaration, or announcement due to a COVID-19 outbreak?
  • Have you been directed to quarantine or isolate by the Rhode Island Department of Health or a healthcare provider in the past 14 days? If so, when does/did your quarantine or isolation period end?

IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED “YES” TO ANY OF THE QUESTIONS ABOVE, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE

 

 

 

July 27th - 31st

 

What Division is my Child In?

Division 1 - Boys Grades 6 and up - Director Mark Hoey

Division 2 - Boys Grades 3-5 - Director Richard Bernasconi

Division 3 - Boys Grades K-2 - Director Stevie Sousa

 

Ladies Division - All ladies, All Grades, Director Bill Villareal

 

Hours

9:00am - 1:00pm - Grades K-2 - Half Day Program

9:00am - 2:30pm - Grades 3-12 - Full Day Program

 

Check-in will start at 900am each day. Pick up can be between 230-300pm

Please note Friday will be a game day and we will wrap up at about noon.

 

 

Drop off & registration will be at the field designated for your division. See below for details.

 

 

Location

This year we have 2 distinct locations with different drop-off locations. Please note the field map below.

 

Division 1 - Glen Fields - 715 East Main Road, Portsmouth. We will be on the RIGHT side, Turn right into the parking lot before the Brown (yellow) house. Again - Drop off players and pick up players there. Please stay in your cars

 

Division 2 - Pennfield School - 110 Sandy Point Rd, Portsmouth -Drive straight through campus and park and drop at the lot far right. The field is to right of the school.

 

Division 3 - Pennfield School, 110 Sandy Point Rd, Portsmouth - The BOX field set up on the right, first thing, as you drive in. You can park on the right and drop off.

 

Ladies Division - Pennfield School - 110 Sandy Point Rd, Portsmouth - the front field on the left. Please drive through campus and take first left to drop players off.

 

 

 

LUNCH

 

There is no lunch served this year due to the COVID-19 restrictions. Campers must bring in an adequate amount of food and snacks for the day.

 

Please note there will be no water refilling stations. Please make sure your player brings water for the day. We will of course have water and Gatorade for sale if needed and we will not let your players go without.

 

 

HOMEWORK

 

Watch Crooked Arrows - then you can hang out with Tyler…. 

Tyler Hill - Disney's Crooked Arrows - Click Here for Trailer

 

Alfie Jaques - Iroquois Stick Maker - click here to learn more

Gewas Schindler - Iroquois Nationals - click here

 

Cam Bomberry and the guests above will be at camp and will rotate thru the divisions throughout the week. 

 

 

HOUSEKEEPING ITEMS

 

 

Bring Sun Screen - we will have some if needed but please put some on before you come. (do not put on forehead! - under eyes is good.)

 

Bring a water bottle and water for the day….

 

NOTE - after camp, each day - drink water, it will hydrate you for the next day.

 

 

Weather

If for any reason the weather turns against us we may start camp late or end early. Keep a lookout for emails.

 

CAMP STORE

There will be no camp store this week - we will have shorts and shirts for sale. You can order online and we will deliver to players. Stay tuned for more information.

 

 

Communications

There will be wireless internet access on the field to be used by camp staff as needed. Weather is monitored locally as needed and any communications will be emailed to parents throughout the day as needed. Incoming emails will be monitored hourly. If parents have questions or concerns they can email    and expect a reply within an hour usually. Emergency communications will be by phone, incoming and outgoing. 

 

401-965-9622 is the number to call. Voicemails will be returned urgently.

 

Please note that if it is not an emergency please email.

 

 

Lastly, at Beach Dogs Lacrosse Camp, we have one rule, RESPECT. This year more than ever, we are all doing our best to do the right thing so be mindful of how others feel. Please remind your players that respect for their coaches, their teammates, themselves, and the game is expected at all times. Any disrespect is considered a disruption and any player can be asked to leave.

 

See you Monday!