CCU Summer Session 2 Updates

CCU Session 2 Update


1. Session 2 is scheduled to begin July 6th and to last through August 7th. This is a 5 week session. We will contiunue to progress with conditioning, ball skills, and passing, however shooting will begin in session 2.

2. Session 2 Camp Schedule: We are waiting for the school district to release the schedule of pool use. Hopefully we should have it early this week

3. Session 2 Registration: Registration will open once we have the schedule of our camps from the school district.

4. AUHSD Phase 2 Guidelines: Please Read


Phase 2 - Guidelines for Pool Opening July 6 - August 7 

The Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) is preparing for the Phase 2 opening of our aquatic facilities. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of new guidelines for facility use as compared to our traditional guidelines. At a minimum, all users must adhere to these guidelines, however, groups may choose to impose their own, stricter guidelines. 

Please review this document in its entirety. If you would like to request facility use follow the directions at the bottom of this document. 

AUHSD will utilize the ‘Camp’ format when considering approval of requests for group usage of our aquatic facilities. In addition, adult programs as well as our community based programs will be considered for facility use. 

The ‘Camp’ format consists of: 

● Facility use - Monday through Friday only. No weekend use during this 5-week period. 

● A maximum of 12 athletes and 1 coach organized into one group 

● Each group will remain as a unit for the time period of July 6 through August 7 (5-week session) 

● ‘Camps’ are not permitted to intermingle and should maintain social distancing between ‘Camps’ 

● Athletes & coaches must remain with their ‘Camp’ and are not permitted to move to another ‘Camp’. 

● Athletes & coaches are only permitted to participate in one ‘Camp’ during this 5-week period. As an example, athletes and/or coaches are not permitted to participate in a ‘Camp’ for water polo and another ‘Camp’ for gymnastics. 

● Users of our facilities are expected to communicate the structure of the ‘Camp’ format and the Facility Use Guidelines to their program participants. 

Please be aware that, in Phase 2, AUHSD will be offering facility access to community programs on a reservation-based basis with social distancing expectations. These community programs will have access to the aquatic facilities up to 7 days per week. 

Facility Use Guidelines 

AUHSD is preparing to open the aquatic facilities for sport-specific activities. By organizing facilities for sport-specific activities, we will keep commonly used equipment in place, thus reducing potential exposure while installing or removing equipment. For example, one facility may be for swimming only. That facility will have lane lines installed and will leave those lane lines in place for the 5-week period. The details surrounding this part of the plan will be confirmed and communicated prior to the July 6th opening. 

● Prior to their first camp, each participant must read, sign and turn in the AUHSD Waiver. AUHSD Staff will be on site to collect these waivers. 

● Participants are expected to arrive, participate and depart in the same swimsuit - neither locker rooms nor changing areas will be available. 

● There will be dedicated (and separate) ingress and egress points at each facility. All participants (campers & coaches) will be required to enter and exit the facility wearing a face mask. The camp participant face mask may be removed once they are with their designated camp inside the facility. 

● The number of people who will be permitted to enter an aquatic facility at any one time will be limited to the number of camp participants and their coach/counselor. 

● No one else (parents, etc.) will be allowed to enter the aquatic facility. 

● Equipment within a camp can be shared, however equipment is not to be shared between camps. 

● The restrooms will be open. Use will be limited to 1 person at a time. 

● At the beginning of each session, the coach will be at the entrance to the aquatic facility to ensure that: 

○ only camp participants enter the aquatic facility and only at their designated time 

○ face coverings are worn by all persons who enter the aquatic facility 

○ any line formed for entrance into the aquatic facility is maintained with adequate social distancing facilitated by ground markings 

● Campers are NOT permitted to attend camp if: 

○ anyone in the household has symptoms of or tested positive for COVID-19 

○ they have been exposed to anyone who has symptoms of or tested positive for COVID-19 

○ they have a fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, or other symptoms listed by the CDC. 

○ they are attending multiple ‘camps’ concurrently 

● Campers must come to camp: 

○ with their own practice equipment - kick boards, water polo balls, etc. 

○ wearing a suit (no changing in the bathrooms or on the pool deck) 

○ wearing a face mask 

● Hand sanitizer will be placed at or near the entrance of the aquatic facility for use 

● Signage will be posted at the entrance of the aquatic facility informing all personnel and patrons that they should: 

○ avoid entering the facility if they have any COVID-19 symptoms 

○ maintain a minimum six-foot distance from one another 

○ sneeze and cough into one’s elbow 

○ not shake hands or engage in any unnecessary physical contact 

● At the conclusion of each camp session, camp participants will be required to leave the aquatic facility without loitering and will not be allowed to use the aquatic facility changing rooms.