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JR. WOLVERINES UPDATE INFORMATION Monday, July 6, 2020

Jr. Wolverines Football,

The Georgia High School Association (GHSA) has reduced restrictions for high school voluntary conditioning workouts. However, Cherokee County School District is continuing under PHASE 1 and allowing only the fall high school sport participants to access school grounds. The Georgia Middle School Athletic Association (GMSAA) has given us authority to follow along with the GHSA restrictions. On Sunday evening our Woodstock Coaching Staff met to discuss the format for our voluntary conditioning workouts. We will start up the Jr. Wolverines summer conditioning this week to those registered athlete.  Registration is only completed online and not available onsite. Registration has additional health and information necessary in order to participate.

Our safety of our players, coaching staff and parents is at the upmost importance.

This is only voluntary conditioning - NOT PRACTICE.

 

Location: Riverside Athletic Complex at JJ Biello Park – Field 2

610 Druw Cameron Dr, Woodstock, GA 30188 (off Arnold Mill Rd.)

Date: 

Week 1 Conditioning: Tuesday, July 7 and Thursday, July 9  

Week 2 Conditioning: Tuesday, July 14 and Thursday July 16.  

Time: 6:30 PM Check-in / Workout 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

 

Here are the updated GMSAA guidelines for returning to voluntary conditioning workouts:

  • Jr. Wolverines Parent has read and sign the COVID-19 PARTICIPATION WAIVER FORM.
  • Jr. Wolverines Parent has read and sign the WOODSTOCK Jr. WOLVERINES MEDICAL RESLEASE FORM. 

BOTH FORMS AVAILABLE ON HOME PAGE OF WEBSITE. Please submit form before participation. (Print Form from website home page www.WJWTC.com)

  • Record kept of Coaching Staff and Players participation for each workout session.
  • Our ratio of workout time to allotted for rest and hydration at various heat index levels. You will not exceed a total physical workout time of 60 minutes.
  • Workouts are voluntary conditioning workouts. Footballs or sport-specific equipment is allowed with maintaining social distancing.  
  • Group maximum of 50, including coaches, for workouts at any given time at campus facility or field.
  • Groups should be the same individuals, including coaches, for each session to limit risk of exposure. Athletes or coaches CANNOT change groups for the duration of this guidance.
  • Parents should have hand sanitizer or disinfectant wipes available for their athlete. 
  • Hydration should start way before your athlete attends workouts. Drink water before, during and after workouts. Each athlete must have their own personal labeled water bottle. Do not share water bottles between athletes. No use of water fountains or "water cows" is allowed.
  • Social distancing should be adhered to always. Keep the proper spacing between and during drills.
  • There is no competition allowed between other schools.
  • Players should report already dressed for conditioning. Come in shorts, t-shirt and running shoes.

Before player participation, the parent should have taken the temperature of the participant and answer the following screening questions.

  • PARENT/PLAYER Screening questions. 
  • Do you or have you had a fever in the last week?
  • Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19?
  • Have you had a cough?
  • Have you had a sore throat?
  • Have you had shortness of breath?
  • Have you had a recent loss of taste or smell?
  • Have you been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19? 
  • Have you traveled to a “hot spot” for COVID-19? 
  • If a player answers “Yes” to any question, YOUR PLAYER SHOULD STAY HOME. Same Questions will be asked upon arrival for check-in. If a player answers "Yes" to any questions, YOUR PLAYER WILL BE SENT HOME. They will not be allowed to return for 14 days or when the symptoms no longer exist, which is longer). However, they may return sooner with verification of a negative COVID-19 test.

Important reminders below: 

Parent should check you player’s temperature before leaving the home. If they do not feel well or they could answer “Yes” any of the above questions, please have them stay home. 

Again, each player must bring their own personal labeled water bottle. Player should try to bring a gallon jug filled with Ice and water. Players will not be allowed to share.

There will be no use of water fountains or “water stations” while at workouts.

Masks/face covering and/or gloves are allowed if the player and or parents feels it is necessary.

Once the workout session is over players must leave the facility and maintain social distancing.  

If a parent is dropping off, make sure you have notified the coach prior to workout. You must complete the WOODSTOCK MEDICAL RELEASE and GMSAA COVID-19 WAIVER prior to player participation. You must be on time to pick up your player. 

Volunteers are always in need! All those interested in a helping should contact me directly. Remember our program is made up of voluntary coaching staff, team moms, equipment personnel and many, many more parent volunteers. Our 2020 Calendar is available on the website and subject to change at anytime. Our expectation is to have football in the 2020 season.  Please contact me if you have additional questions.

Matt Schoeb

Woodstock Jr. Wolverines

678.758.1261

Georgia Middle School Athletic Association

WOODSTOCK Jr FOOTBALL - WOLVERINE WAY MISSION

The Jr Wolverines are the official middle school feeder football program consisting of our 6th, 7th and 8th grade team for Woodstock High School in Woodstock, Ga.  Our athletes reside within the Woodstock High School District. 

Our goal is to build young men of character the WOLVERINE WAY!  Our mission is to develop champions on and off the field that are respectable and responsible student athletes with a renewed self-esteem and confidence by setting high expectations.

Our Woodstock Coaching Staff will teach the fundamentals of football while working on the techniques of the Woodstock High School system.  Our athletes will be held to a high standard of sportsmanship, academic excellence, dedication and character.  Each athlete will develop their own skills while working together as a team, maintaining school spirit at all athletic events and representing Woodstock in a positive manner. 

The Jr. Wolverines participate at the highest level of middle school football competition within the Georgia Middle School Athletic Association (GMSAA).   Athletes will promote good sportsmanship and cooperation among all teammates, opponents, and opposing fans. 

Shane  Zachos

Shane Zachos

Head Coach - 8th Grade

Phone: 7703657276

Emery  Wilson

Emery Wilson

Head Coach - 7th Grade

Phone: 6787682559

Keith Thomas

Keith Thomas

Head Coach - 6th Grade

Phone: 4042730394

Comments or Questions regarding the Jr. Wolverines Program?

Matt Schoeb

Matt Schoeb

Phone: 6787581261

Dacia Shackelford

Dacia Shackelford

Phone: 4044010494

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