UPDATED SRC User Rules and Guidelines - As of October 30th
Oct. 30, 2020
Attached is an updated SRC User Rules and Guidelines as of October 30th.
A summary of key changes include:
1. Removing the one parent/guardian per player cap and no siblings and moving to 100 attendees (spectators) in each arena (100 does not include players, coaches and officials).
a. User groups are responsible to ensure that there is never more than 100 attendees (spectators) inside either arena at any one time. While I don’t anticipate many times when there will be over 100 people, this is not a guideline…it is an AHS rule with no flexibility. It is the user groups responsibility to unfortunately tell individuals they are not allowed into their desired arena if 100 person cap is reached. User groups found not adhering to this rule may risk losing future ice session(s). There will be no warning given as this will be a way for the facility to get fined and potentially shut down as the rule of 100 indoors is part of the official order from the CMO vs a guideline from the guidance document.
b. Siblings, etc. will be allowed entry. However, anyone under the age 12 years old must be supervised by their parent(s) at all times unless attending unsupervised programming in the library. This means children must be beside there parent when in the building and seated beside there parent while in the arena. Unfortunately this is not the time for young children to be running freely throughout the building as they have in the past. Staff that find children unsupervised in the building will identify the parent and said parent/child can be told to leave.
2. With opening up the restriction on spectators in the building it becomes more imperative that spectators immediately exit the facility post game to ensure that participants can enter and exit safely and there is no unnecessary congregating in both the lobby and viewing area.
3. No changes have been made to entry and exit times. With the increase in people it becomes more important that these are adhered to.
4. The viewing area remains off limits as it will still be used for the movement of our arena user groups (both players, coaches, officials and spectators) for entry and exit into the facility. If spectators are congregating remind them to move to bleachers or head outside to wait for their participants. If this continues to be an issue we will consider blacking out the viewing area windows.
5. Dressing rooms - are now open to entire teams (more than 10 participants/room) now that teams have been co-horted for the year essentially. In saying that, we will continue allocating two rooms per practice to assist with physical distancing which remains a recommendation from AHS. We do not have the ability to do this during weekend games unfortunately but we can for mid week practices to help with managing the risk. Furthermore, access to the dressing rooms for both arena’s will be through the main hallway as per normal. As operations staff have noted the red arena creates a lot of congestion when teams are coming in and going off at similar times added to the fact parents are trying to exit as well.
If you are feeling unwell and DO NOT pass the daily checklist you MUST stay home.
Please remember that the same SRC rules apply to these sessions as in the last 2 months. -No congregating in the lobby including watching in the viewing area during morning practices - please exit once ice session has ended -Cannot enter the building more then 20 minutes before your ice session (dress at home or in the parking lot if needed) -Must be out of the dressing room 10 minutes after your ice session is over.