Collins Perley Figure Skating Club

General COVID-19 Information

When you arrive to CPSC you will have your temperature taken from one of the coaches and asked a few screening questions. Once you’ve passed the initial screening you will be directed into the locker room that you have been assigned (no more than 6 people to a room). While at CPSC you will need to wear your mask the entire time; this includes waiting in line to be screened, in the locker rooms, on the ice, and when leaving the facility, we also ask that you be mindful to stay 6 feet apart from one another as much as possible.
Parents of children between the ages of 3 and 5 will be allowed to remain in the rink.
Screening questions to be answered upon arrival to CPSC:

Do you have any of the following?

  • Fever >100F (>38 C)
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing
  • Chills
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Purple toes/fingers

Travel and Exposure

If you or someone in your household has symptoms of COVID 19 we ask that you call your PCP and be cleared to return to the program with a doctor’s note. We understand that most participants and family members will have a symptoms of a cold or the flu at some point throughout the year but everyone’s overall safety is our main priority. We caution all parents and participants to err on the side of caution while we work together to navigate these new challenges that we are all facing for the 20-21 skating year.

If you or a family member whom you live with has traveled to a “Red Zone” we ask that you appropriately quarantine for the 14 days after you return before coming back to the ice. If within these 14 days you develop any symptoms of COVID-19 we ask that you be seen by your PCP to be cleared before returning to the ice. We will be following the Vermont State Departments website for cross state travel which is updated every Tuesday.

Positive COVID Test

If a skater tests positive for COVID-19 we recommend the 14 day quarantine period from when the first symptom(s) present. To return to the rink a skater will need to have done this 14 day quarantine and be symptom free for at least 72hours post quarantine (without any fever- reducing medication). If at any time the skater develops symptoms again after the 72 hours this will reset and the skater will be asked to return only when they have been 72 hours symptom free again. (Unless you get different instructions from your Licensed Medical Provider)