Summer Workouts & Conditioning
The Santa Clara Public Health Department has updated Shelter-in-Place Orders to allow certain activities to resume, subject to restrictions to reduce transmission risk of the Coronavirus. For summary information please visit: Santa Clara Public Health - Shelter in Place Order Updates 06/05/2020 and Health Order List of Open Businesses 06/05/2020
With regard to school summer athletics activities, the Santa Clara Public Health Department is allowing: “Childcare, summer camps, summer school, and all other educational or recreational programs for all children, in stable groups of up to 12 children. Change of group allowed every three weeks.” Additionally, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) has provided a set of guidelines for schools to follow as they begin reopening for athletics and activities: CIF Guidelines for Return to Physical Activity/Training
As a result of the implementation of these new orders and guidelines, the FUHSD is going to allow limited and structured reopening of our athletic facilities to our coaches and student-athletes for fitness and conditioning activities only, for a limited 6-week summer period from June 22 through July 31, 2020).
During this program, FUHSD coaching and activity staff will be implementing substantive precautions to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19. However, COVID-19 is a very contagious and potentially dangerous disease. Despite the numerous precautions we will be taking during this summer fitness and conditioning program, we are not able to guarantee that your child will avoid exposure to or infection with COVID-19. You should know that it is possible that participation in this program could increase your child’s and your risk of exposure to COVID- 19 and becoming infected.
All parents are required to complete the Parent Notification Agreement prior to ANY student/athlete participating in summer conditioning program