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CIAC Guidelines
08/10/2020
August 17 – 22 (Cohorts of 15) Coaches are permitted...
Guilford Football Touchdown Club
06/21/2019
The Touchdown Club Mission Statement: The mission of the GHS...
 
CIAC Guidelines

August 17 – 22 (Cohorts of 15) Coaches are permitted to hold organized team activities (OTA) on August 17, 18, and 19. OTA days allow coaches an opportunity to distribute equipment, review play books, discuss safety and locker room procedures, etc. Please refer to the football packet for a full description of what is, and what is not, allowed on OTA days. Any OTA experience must maintain proper social distancing and all participants (student-athletes and coaches) must wear masks during these non-exertional activities. During the week of August 17 – 22 conditioning may continue as it is currently occurring. Additionally, from August 17 forward, football coaches are permitted to schedule online/virtual meetings with student-athletes to review game film, playbooks, or teach skill specific content.

 

August 24 – 29 (Cohorts of 15) 1-hour practices comprised of 30 minutes of conditioning and 30 minutes of skill work. Skill work is non-contact and maintains a social distance of 6 feet for all participants. Additional time can be spent with student-athletes online to review game film, playbooks, etc.

 

August 31 – Sept 5 (Cohorts of 15) 90-minute practice comprised of 45 minutes of conditioning and 45 minutes of skill work. Skill work can involve 15 minutes of contact intended to demonstrate and teach talking and blocking progressions. Additional time can be spent with student-athletes online to review game film, playbooks, etc.

 

Sept 7 – 12 (Cohorts of 15 through September 10th; full team may gather on Sept 11) 2-hour practices comprised of 45 minutes of conditioning and 75 minutes of skill work. Skill work can involve 30 minutes of contact intended to demonstrate and teach tackling and blocking progressions. The remaining 60 minutes of skill work is non-contact and maintains a social distance of 6 feet for all participants. Additional time can be spent with student-athletes online to review game film, playbooks, etc.

 

Sept 14 – Nov 15 (Full team; a full contact scrimmage may take place as of Sept 18.) 2-hour practices. Coaches should be aware of student-athletes’ conditioning level and account for additional progressions on an individual basis. Full contact should be limited to the time necessary to teach appropriate tackling and skill specific technique, but in any case, may not exceed 10 minutes per day per athlete.

 

Sept 24 – Nov 15 games may be played.

 

by posted 08/10/2020
Guilford Football Touchdown Club

The Touchdown Club Mission Statement:

The mission of the GHS Touchdown Club is to support the coaching staff, players and football community in achieving athletic excellence on and off the field while providing a mechanism to raise funds and instill a sense of public camaraderie that results in finanial and emotional sponsorship to GHS football. These volunteer efforts strive to compliment a positive and motivational environment that encourages growth, pride and excellence in Guilford sports.

Please consider offering your help and support to raise much needed funds, which subsidize the costs associated with a successful team; we also help to plan events, staff and operate the concession stand, coordinate resources such as athletic camps, scholorships, physical training, plan end of season celebrations, keep consistent communication between the coaching staff and the team, as well as support our children.

The Touchdown Club meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m at Guilford High School.

Although GHS is not a "pay to play" district, the TDC exists to coordinate several fundraising events throughout the year to help off-set the costs associated with running a successful team and club that is not covered by the school. 


by posted 06/21/2019