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Floor Hockey RTP Coaches Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Fran
25:41
There is nothing in the chat box yet
adamantoniak
25:42
no link…?
Matt Pedwell
25:47
link?
Fran
26:03
can't see any link
Marsha
26:22
link?
Tamara Pesko
26:31
I cannot see one either
Ally
28:35
https://forms.gle/wv329diTZMFLzBfC8 I think this is it!
Leeanna’s iPhone
29:48
thanks
Marsha
31:28
are people actually returning to play?
SOA Zoom2
31:49
Yes, there are programs that are resuming in the fall
Celina
32:16
Edmonton is!
Karen Hurley
32:41
Calgary is returning as well
Fran
33:23
A dad called me and expressed grave concern over the fact that we are returning to play. He thinks it is extremely irresponsible of SOE to be doing this.
Marsha
33:56
I agree with the dad
SOA Zoom2
34:27
Thank you for sharing this concern, Fran. We appreciate that there are many factors for parents and guardians to consider!
Fran
34:47
I tend to agree with him too. An excellent point he raised is that many athletes live in group homes and so they will be around their team mates and exposing them to strangers so to speak.
Fran
35:20
Yes that's a bit motherhood and apple pie to me. If one of my athletes gets sick, I will feel responsible.
Fran
36:36
It was never 100 athletes in a gym. I appreciate accuracy in this discussion.
Sam Iaquinta
38:09
Q: are coaches responsible for all the cleaning? Including the facility?
Gord
38:39
getting athletes who use public transit to get on time and also leave on time will be a huge issue
Marsha
38:47
there will be a lot of boredom without any competitive drills and/or games
Marsha
39:29
transit schedules are different now and the bus doesn't run after the end of the program
Fran
41:32
excellent points about transportation....that said, how will communication be provided to family members in terms of DATS pick up times? I understand that you still cannot book subscriptions. It is unfair to expect coaches to wait hours for DATS to pick up athletes.
Marsha
42:56
what if an athlete arrives by public transit and then you have to send them home SICK...how can you send them on public transit?
Tamara Pesko
44:24
We also can't forget that this is so looked forward to by the athletes and is a source of exercise and socialization for them. If they feel comfortable with the expectations and possible risks and want to play, then it's amazing. I just wonder about mixing cohorts through different transportation means and/home situations. I agree that it could quickly get boring with the same repeated drills without any scrimmages
Sam Iaquinta
48:45
Conditioning drills compete on conditioning routines such as: longest plank (time), most sit ups, push ups, burpees, etc..
Gord
49:50
having stick handling drills while a coach or volunteer times them and documents that time would work, athletes could then have a record of thier times and try and beat that time ect
Rosario
50:25
Just for clarification, running is allowed within drills so long as physical distancing is maintained?
Tamara Pesko
50:33
with my students, on different pylons I put a picture of a different activity to do. keep them distances and the picture reminds them what to do
Fran
55:37
Is SOA providing face shields to all coaches and volunteers?
Chris Turnbull
56:14
we also have athletes that need help with doing up their helmets and gloves.
Leeanna’s iPhone
58:41
what about disinfect before and after
Chris Turnbull
01:02:43
we also have athletes that sweat a lot and have towels that they use constantly.
SOA Zoom2
01:08:04
https://forms.gle/ezaEL413KhAr9GuM6