5/19/20 Covid-19 Update From Coach Biller: Return To The Pool Preliminary Plan - Reponse Required

Click to read the announcement -- parents, please resond by Thursday, May 21


5/14/20 Covid-19 Update From Coach Biller:

Hello Duck Families,

I am sure that everyone is eager and ready to get back into the water and begin training again. I hope that everyone is well and has taken advantage of this great family time together.

I am very happy to announce that our YMCA is planning to reopen on Thursday, May 28th. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our YMCA will be slowly reopening up in phases to ensure that our members and employees are safe. We have modified our policies and programs to facilitate safe social distancing and to ensure that our facility meets the highest standards of hygiene and safety.

 

Prior to our facility opening, you will be receiving our new policies and procedures which will be emailed to you, placed on our website and posted on Facebook. Our team practices will also be in a Phase One protocol that will emphasizes strict social distance according to USA Swimming suggestions. 

 

We are currently finalizing our plans for swim team registration and practice protocol. I am very excited to see the kids again and be back in the pool but please understand that my first priority is to do so in a safe way. More information will be coming as we get closer to the opening date.

 

Our Ducks will soon be taking flight. Stay healthy, stay safe. Go Ducks!


-Coach Biller


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