Danbury Connecticut Sports
On Tuesday night, November 24, Governor Ned Lamont announced that companies that violate existing restrictions could be fined up to $10,000 for each violation. While other recreational activities for teens remain in limbo, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday night that low-contact high school sports will begin practicing and playing from next month.
The governor said he took the action after receiving feedback from community and public health leaders, the New York State Department of Health said. He said the clubs will follow the same rules as other high school sports in the state, such as football, lacrosse, volleyball and baseball.
Understand that the out-of-season fitness form signed by parents is collected by coaches and included in the file for athletes to participate in summer conditioning training. Athletes' names and data must be stored and stored in a safe place, such as a locker room or gym, in accordance with the law.
Will you understand that if your child is a Danbury athlete, they can train at any time in the summer? You will understand that the conditioning training in summer is one hour long, with a limit of 3 training sessions per week. Understand that your children are a single athlete and not a double or cross-country skier. You will understand that the summer conditioning training is 2 hours long and 3 days per week, so a total of 4 workouts per month.
If you are not involved in intense activity, do not wear a mask or blanket during training or wear the mask when not talking to the trainer or athletic trainer. Wear light clothing during conditioning, including jacket, shorts, t-shirt, sweatshirt, gloves and cap, and have the temperature checked by the athletic trainer or trainer. If you do not do strong activities, wear masks or blankets during the workout. For summer conditioning, you will be asked for a helmet, glasses, face mask, helmet, sunglasses and gloves.
Will you understand that if your child fails to pass the temperature control or self-assessment, he will be sent home and will not return to conditioning until he has been cleared by the doctor? Will you understand that if you fail the self-assessment, your children will either be sent home or will not return to conditioning until the doctors release them?
Meanwhile, authorities are telling residents in Danbury to stay home, restrict indoor gatherings and avoid church services and other large events. They are also considering whether to allow youth sports leagues to operate with children who participate in programs such as football that could transmit the virus to others.
In the meantime, we are working on setting up full-day care for the duration of the distance learning course. All facilities used for summer conditioning training have been agreed and coordinated with Danbury Police and the Connecticut Department of Health. The summer conditioning training is carried out in groups of 5 - 10 athletes and is limited to a maximum of two hours a day, seven days a week, for a total of four weeks.
Please understand that your child will be examined by an athletic trainer or trainer and make sure that he or she wears the right clothes during conditioning training, including running shoes, shorts, socks, gloves and hat. Will do conditioning training before each summer and understand that they need to answer 10 screening questions and are immediately available to pick up the child if they answer all 10 screening questions, get sick or have to leave during a summer conditioning training.
Label the water bottle with the name of your child and make sure that the child brings it to the conditioning training. Will have parents sign a signed season fitness form to take part in summer fitness training. You do not need to sign an out-of-season fitness form before participating in a season fitness workout or any other type of summer fitness workout.
Interested tenants can inform themselves under the telephone number 1 - 860 - 785 - 3111 during regular business hours or by e-mail [email protected]. This form asks you where you are, how long you will stay in the CT and how many days per week you will spend during the season.
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