Schedule Moving Forward, News (Soo Pee Wee Hockey)

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Dec 19, 2021 | Nicole Clouthier | 1502 views
Schedule Moving Forward
With the updated announcement from APH and the Ontario Government there will again have to be changes to our schedule.    Please see below for any upcoming changes. 

Schedule will remain unchanged for the upcoming week as we were already following the guidelines set out. 

We will be closed December 24th, 25th, 26th.  Please enjoy this time safely with family and friends.  

From December 27th forward (ending date is unknown as APH did not give an official end date) your schedule will be changing.  We are not able to have games or more than one team on the ice.   We will be following all guidelines set out by APH and having one team on the ice doing drills that must ensure social distancing can take place.   We are in constant contact with APH to ensure that we have policies in place to try to get us back to normal as soon as we can.  

Do NOT come to the arena if you, or any family members are waiting for test results, even if asymptomatic.  Screen yourself and player before coming and err on the side of caution if unsure.  Please do not arrive early to the arena as players need to social distance at all times including the dressing rooms.  Parents, please try to limit the amount of people who come to the practices to 1 per family if possible.  We understand that siblings may need to come with you to bring your child to hockey, but please limit it to household members only if you can.   Remind your players to wear their masks at all times until their helmet goes on and that the helmet goes on right before going onto the ice.  Do not hang around the arena after your practice unless it is to go upstairs for a meal or the pro shop.  

We want to get the players back to playing games as quick as possible and need your assistance to make this happen.   As always if you do not feel comfortable attending you have to make the choice for your family.   We know that sports and physical activity are very important for people and their mental health so we are trying our best to keep the kids on the ice.