⚠️ LOCKER SOCCER TO REMAIN OPEN AT THIS TIME. ⚠️
Hello Locker Soccer Families,
I want to share our thoughts on the current scenario that we find ourselves, and provide you with information on how we are proceeding.
First, please navigate this situation in a way that you feel is best for you and your family. There are so many unknowns, so it’s difficult to truly know if our actions are correct or not at this time.
We do not know the extent to which individuals may be infected, and without large scale testing, that will remain an unknown.
Because we operate with small numbers, we feel that we can remain open under the present set of circumstances. We will continue to clean and disinfect our facility as much as possible to help minimize any exposure to this virus.
We welcome you to continue to attend our classes, and with schools closed, we have always welcomed siblings into our facility and classes. We do this under one simple predicated notion:
we promote fun play and active, healthy children. Often, larger classes (with 12-20 children) tend to elicit a higher level of enthusiasm, and we have always found that families love being able to let their children enjoy the environment that we have created at Locker Soccer.
Certainly, there are other concerns and actions that we want to emphasize:
- Please do not bring any individuals into the academy if there is a hint of sickness.
- We would also recommend that extra adult spectators (especially grandparents & elderly) avoid the academy for this time period.
- Please continue to wash your hands frequently and cover your cough.
Locker Soccer has always had a very friendly makeup policy and we will continue to work with all of our friends in providing “longer term” credits should you decide it is in your best interest to miss a class or several classes.
Navigating this is a personal choice and we respect each family’s decision to do what is best for them. Should the circumstances change, we will continue to communicate and keep everyone informed. We hope and pray for everyone to come out of this in a healthy and happy manner.
Sports have always taught me how to deal with adversity in a positive way, and I ask all of you to please stay positive and explore how we can make the best of our current situation.
Should you have any thoughts or questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly.
([email protected]) or (614)530-5522.
Thank you so much for your understanding and support.