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Ticket to Play Instructions/Covid Game Day Guidelines/NFHS Link to Watch Home Games

2020-2021 Ticket to Play Instructions

*EL2- Physical form in link below

https://fhsaa.com/documents/2020/3/26/el02_physical_2.pdf

*Clink on the link below to subscribe to watch Oak Hall home Basketball and home Soccer games.

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/oak-hall-school-gainesville-fl

 

*Oak Hall Game Day Covid Guidelines*

Oak Hall School Game Day Guidelines for Lacrosse Opponents

Spectators:

·      Face Coverings will be required at ALL times by spectators.

·      40 spectators maximum will be allowed in the gate for opposing team.

·      Spectators must maintain SIX feet between each other unless sitting with someone from your household. 

·      Concessions will only provide drinks. Drinks will not be allowed in the bleachers. Please use the softball outfield area to physically distance while consuming your drink.

·      Spectators should conduct a symptom self-assessment on Game Day. Do not come to the game if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. 

·      Spectators are restricted from direct competition areas and from visiting with student-athletes & personnel before, during, and after events. Family & friends will not be allowed in the competition area at any time. 

·      Standing along the fence-line of the field will be prohibited. 

·      Tickets are $5 at the gate (cash only).

Athletes and Coaches:

·      Face coverings will be required at ALL times until warmups begin. Face coverings are not required to be worn by athletes or coaches during the game but are encouraged for athletes on the bench.

·      Athletes and coaches must bring their own water bottles and coolers.

·      Locker rooms will not be available.

·      Athletes are to exit the field/facility immediately after post-game meeting and prepare to ride home. No congregation of student-athletes and fans post-game.

 

 

Oak Hall School Game Day Guidelines for Oak Hall Lacrosse Parents and Students

Spectators:

·      Face Coverings will be required at ALL times by spectators.

·      Spectators must maintain SIX feet between each other unless sitting with someone from your household. 

·      Concessions will only provide drinks. Drinks will not be allowed in the bleachers. Please use the softball outfield area to physically distance while consuming your drink.

·      Spectators should conduct a symptom self-assessment on Game Day. Do not come to the game if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. 

·      Spectators are restricted from direct competition areas and from visiting with student-athletes & personnel before, during, and after events. Family & friends will not be allowed in the competition area at any time. 

·      Standing along the fence-line of the field will be prohibited. 

·      Only TWO spectators per Oak Hall lacrosse player allowed in the gate. (Each family will have two tickets at the gate of each game).

·      There will be 20 seats available at a first come first serve basis for Oak Hall Upper School students. Student tickets will be released starting at NOON on gameday. Students must pick up tickets in person from the Athletic Office.

Athletes and Coaches:

·      Face coverings will be required at ALL times until warmups begin. Face coverings are not required to be worn by athletes or coaches during the game but are encouraged for athletes on the bench.

·      The varsity boy’s locker room will be available for the team, but face coverings are required at all times. Pregame and post-game talks should be kept to a minimum while inside.

·      Athletes and coaches must bring their own water bottles.

·      Athletes are to exit the field/facility immediately after post-game meeting and prepare to ride home. No congregation of student-athletes and fans post-game.

 

Oak Hall Athletic Travel for Away Athletic Events

·      Oak Hall School is requiring all away team travel to be handled by private transportation. If you are unable to provide or find a ride for your athlete, you will need to notify your coach so arrangements may be made. When riding with non-family members, face coverings are strongly encouraged by all passengers in vehicle. Communication to your coach is imperative and cannot wait until the day before. Athletes can drive themselves to games located in Alachua County, with their parent’s permission. Athletes are NOT allowed to drive themselves to games outside of Alachua County.