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Information on Red Zone
Submitted By CYO President on Monday, March 1, 2021
As of Monday March 1st we are moving to RED. CYO will not resume operations until we are back in Orange, but we have secured 1 hour of ice per program (pay-per-play at $90/hour of ice divided by number of players). Program leaders will reach out to see what coaches are available, and check with pre-Christmas teams as we are only allowed 10 on the ice.

RED ZONE RULES (read rest of article):

Ice is only available at Jack Gatecliff, and Seymour Hannah Rink 2.

🔴 Maximum of 10 players on the ice.

🔴 Maximum of 3 coaches on the ice (one must be a certified trainer).

🔴 No games - development only.

🔴 No change rooms - arrive dressed and put your skates on inside.

🔴 Must complete the Covid Check before you are allowed to enter (mobile app) .

🔴 Doors open only 10 minutes before ice time (not 15).

🔴 No "spectators" but 1 parent per child 18 years and under will be allowed in to supervise.

🔴 Rosters must be received prior to entry. No Roster, No Entry!

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1 (one) parent/guardian per child under 18. 

🔴 NO standing in the lobby or any other off-limits areas.

Notes - no you cannot have more kids if you have less coaches. 10 players is the maximum. Coaches must arrive first with the ROSTER filled out with names of participants and contact numbers. You must vacate the building within 15 minutes of the end of your ice time.
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