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COVID Compliant

Keeping Our Jump Start Families and Staff Safe

 

Please Read completely!  In an effort to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 and make our facility as safe as possible for our students, families and staff to return, we are implementing many new policies and procedures. These new policies and procedures will be in effect immediately and strictly enforced.  As the Restore Illinois Youth Sports Programs (RIYSP), CDC and Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) guidelines loosen, we will in turn loosen or change our policies and procedures.  If you do not feel you or your child can adhere to the below policies and procedures, please consider registering for programs in the future.  We want to thank you in advance for your support and compliance.  

Please watch this video to have an understanding of the policies & procedures currently in place to comply with the Restore Illinois Youth Sports Programs (RIYSP) re-opening guidelines. 

  • If anyone in your household or someone you have been in contact with is sick or symptomatic, do not come to Jump Start.
  • Everyone must enter the facility through the front door of the facility and exit the side/canopy door.
  • Everyone entering the facility must be wearing a face covering.  Face coverings must remain on throughout the facility except when participating in classes.  Class participants may wear face coverings during activities.  
  • Everyone entering the facility must use hand sanitizer.
  • Everyone entering the facility must check in and undergo a health screening that includes answering health questions and temperature readings.  Anyone displaying signs of illness, including a temperature of 100.4 or higher, will be asked to spend time away from Jump Start.
  • Only one parent or non participating  responsible adult guardian must  escort a child into the facility to assist with check in, health screening and class preparation.
  • Class participants are asked to bring minimal personal belongings in a small drawstring size bag into the facility.  The bag will be placed into a plastic bin and stored in cubbies while the participant is in class.  Plastic bins and cubbies will be cleaned and sanitized after each use  
  • Spectator viewing is socially distanced, very limited and available on a first come basis.  Guardians and parents should not plan on staying onsite to view classes.  COMING SOON - SPOT TV!  Coming as early as July, parents and guardians will be able to virtually view your participant in class.  Details forthcoming.
  • Classes will be taught using stations that are socially distanced following RIYSP guidelines. In order to adhere to social distance guidelines, hands-on spotting will be limited to times when it is required to prevent injuries and keep participants safe.  
  • Class participants will sanitize hands between rotations at a sanitizing station located at each event.  
  • Class stations and equipment will be cleaned and sanitized after each use. 
  • Class groups will be socially distanced within the main gymnastics area according to RIYSP guidelines.
  • Class times have been staggered to provide time for cleaning and  disinfecting between classes. 
  • No water fountains will be available on site.  Participants need to bring their own water bottles that contain water only.  Except for competitive team participants, water bottles will remain with personal belongings during class times.  
  • No food is allowed on site.
  • All participants are asked to use the restrooms and wash hands thoroughly before the start of class/practice.  An additional hand washing station has been installed in the main hallway to allow for  increased hand washing opportunities.
  • When class is complete, students will use the designated exit to leave the instructional area,use hand sanitizer,  collect personal belongings, put on face coverings  and be escorted by a staff member to a pick up waiting area.  
  • PICK UP PROCEDURE:  Parents or responsible guardians  will park in the one of the designated “Reserved Pick Up Only” numbered spots.  Pick up person will text child’s name and parking spot number to the Jump Start Pick up phone number.  Participants will be escorted to the car.  Pick up person must be the one designated at the time of check in and show ID.  If someone other than the designated person picks up a child, you must contact our office in advance.  Parking is limited to 15 minutes in any one of the Reserved Pick Up spots.  
  • Other practices Jump Start has instituted in response to COVID-19 to adhere to all recommended guidelines.
    • Employees required to wear company provided face coverings at all times, even when teaching.
    • Increase the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing of common and high touch areas with EPA registered cleaners
    • Increase scheduled use of the existing whole building exhaust fan and ceiling fans  to increase air circulation and fresh air exchange.
    • Reduce class size ratios (8: 1 max team groups, 6:1 max school age classes, 4:1 preschool age classes)
    • Reduce the number of class times available and overlapping.
    • Install touchless faucets and new touchless hand dryers in bathrooms
    • Increase the number of hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility

 

 

jump starts phased reopening plan

PHASED RE-OPENING - We have chosen to re-open using a phased in approach. This will allow us time to work out any issues, concerns and details related to our new operating procedures. It may also allow time for current Restore Illinois Youth Sports Programs (RIYSP) guidelines to loosen and aid us in the challenge of social distancing our younger students.

Phase I - begins June 5th

  • June 5th - Competitive Team practices resume

  • June 8th - Classes begin for students who have completed Kindergarten and older in School Age Gymnastics, Ninja Zone and Tumbling

  • June 8th - Interactive Online classes begin for all programs except Dance & Kids in Motion

  • June 25th - Recital preparation begins for Dance Company class students

  • No Special Events offered

Phase II - begins July 6th unless Restore Illinois guidelines prohibit

  • Continue all activities started in Phase I

  • Classes available for children Pre-K and younger

  • Remaining Dance classes resume for recital preparation

  • No Special Events

  • No Kids in Motion

Phase III - begins August 3rd unless Restore Illinois guidelines prohibit

  • Continue all activities available in Phase II

  • Add limited number of Special Events

  • Resume Kids in Motion program

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