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Work Bond/Volunteer Information

Each family is asked to submit a  $100 check ( dated June 15, 2021) as a volunteer bond. If you complete 2 hours of volunteer time, check will be returned/ shredded at the end of the season. If you do not fulfill 2 hours, check will be forfeited to the club.  

Each family is asked to submit a $100 uniform check ( per player) and dated June 15, 2021.  Check will be returned/ shredded at the end of the season when uniform is returned.  Families with multiple players can combine uniform check in one.

Volunteer check and uniform check will be collected on uniform distribution day ( more info to follow)

Volunteer opportunities will be posted soon on the website ( volunteer tab). Opportunities include:   

  • clock/scoreboard
  • Sideline parent - reminding spectators about good sportsmanship, keeping masks on  and social distancing
  • Set up field ( before first game of the day) and take down field ( after last game of the day
  • Possible selling apparel, snacks, water

Each family is asked to volunteer 2 hours of their time to help out the teams.  Sign ups will be on  the website.  If you sign up for something and last minute are unable to be there, please try to find someone to take your spot.

Volunteering your time is a great way to help both your player and your coaches! We appreciate all your help and look forward to a great season !

 

Welcome Back/Covid Protocols

Dear Parsippany Lacrosse Club Families,

The Parsippany Lacrosse Board would like to take a moment to welcome you back to lacrosse for the 2021 season. The prospect of any new season brings optimism and renewed passion. And while that’s true for the 2021 season, there’s also good reason to balance excitement with caution. The COVID-19 pandemic is still very real and affecting our community.

We must harness that optimism and passion and apply an unrelenting commitment to everyone’s health and safety. Like most organizations, we made difficult decision to suspend our 2020 season. And we’d like nothing more than to turn the page and welcome the 2021 season without restraint.

We are asking you to please take the time to review all the information in this post, as well as donwloading the "Return to Play Guidelines" as it will help us get the season underway as smoothly as possible.

Recognizing the wide range of impact that COVID-19 is having throughout the state, the State of NJ lifted its suspension of activities, which delegated the return-to-play decision made by the NJJLL and JGLA which are the governing bodies of lacrosse for the youth level. Our stance on returning to play is based upon local public health, and CDC regulations and enjoy a safe return to the game we all love.

As a reminder: for activities to be sanctioned with the normal US Lacrosse-provided insurance coverage in effect, members returning to play must be in compliance with requirements/mandates established by the applicable local and state public health authorities.

Of course, Parsippany Lacrosse always encourages our members to follow guidelines or recommendations established by local and state public health authorities, to the extent applicable and possible. Members should err on the side of caution in health and safety matters.

We remain as proud as ever of the resilience of our community. Together, we will not just return to the way things used to be, but we’ll form an even more fulfilling, Players First-focused environment for every child.

The following information is provided to give you an understanding of our current COVID-19 policy.  In order to return to the field of play, it’s imperative that we do our best to create a safe environment for everyone involved: our athletes, coaches, spectators, referees and visiting programs. The following information is not intended to be a substitute for guidelines published by the NJ Department of Health, Morris County Department of Health, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), or any other governing/regulatory body.  Our goal is to supplement the established guidelines with practical steps we can follow to create a safer environment for all.  In addition, all referrals, including text and directional links to other sources of information, are provided for a general understanding of COVID protocols only.

The conditions related to COVID-19 are changing constantly, including variant strains of the virus that are yet to be understood and, as such, Parsippany Lacrosse makes no representation and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this information. Further, we ask that you seek advice from medical professionals and/or public health officials if you have specific questions about your child’s return to playing organized lacrosse. Helpful links for reference and guidance are available by accessing the websites of the following organizations: US Lacrosse, the CDC and the NJ DOH COVID site.

In order to participate in any sanctioned events involving Parsippany Lacrosse, Inc., all players, coaches, spectators and other attendees MUST adhere to specifically required guidelines from the NJ DOH Guidance for Sports Activities, US Lacrosse, Local Department of Health or other governing/regulatory bodies, which include the following, subject to further and ongoing revisions as the season progresses:

Athletes must complete a daily wellness check for all practices, games, and events – and submit proof of compliance by 3pm on weekdays and 9am on weekends; the link to complete the wellness check can be accessed through:

https://forms.gle/8Pg2nKhTE8fMjDQE6

Below are the requirements in order to participate within Parsippany Lacrosse:

 

  1. Facemasks for coaches, spectators and players on the sideline are required; there are no exceptions to this rule.
  2. Coaches will promote and maintain social distancing to the best of their ability  
  3. Drinks and water bottles need names applied to prevent mistaken handling by other athletes.
  4. It is expected that families may choose to travel for vacation or holidays; currently New Jersey recommends that all individuals who travel out of state should quarantine. Travelers who test negative within 3-5 days upon returning to NJ are expected to quarantine for 7 days, while those who do not get tested are expected to quarantine for 10 days. The following is a helpful link to travel restrictions and requirements. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/travel-during-covid19.html.  
  • As of February 17th, the only exceptions are:
  1. Out-of-state travel lasting less than 24 hours
  2. Travel to New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
  3. Individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and fully recovered in the past 90 days.
  4. By participating in any Parsippany Lacrosse events you are acknowledging that you understand there is still a risk despite all protocols being put in place and are accepting the risk.

We recognize the challenge that the above stated requirements place on everyone; we know there will be lapses, but we also know how important it is to have our kids back on the field playing the sport we all love.  We cannot do this without you, and we cannot have a season without these protocols in place. We’ll adjust to the changing circumstance the best way possible.  It is our goal to have as much as possible a full and complete lacrosse season and it will take all of us to get there. 

If, after reviewing these guidelines that we will be adhering to this season, anyone is not comfortable for any reason and would rather not participate this season please contact us and we can roll over or refund your fees.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Best Regards,

Parsippany Lacrosse Club

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