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Health and Safety Protocols

Kids need to play, be outdoors, stay active. Therefore we want to be able to keep our facility opened safely, to give players an opportunity to be their friends and engage in learning and training activities.

UPDATED: 02/01/2022

Return-to-Play Guidelines

The following protocols need to be followed. Anyone that is not willing to comply with Health and Safety Protocols put in place will be asked to leave the facility and may not return until they are willing to follow the protocols.

A Phased Approach Based on Federal, State, and Local Guidelines General Guidance The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers recommendations on how members of the public can limit the spread of the coronavirus.

They currently include:

  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and exercise equipment (including balls).
  • Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
  • Stay at least 6 feet away from non-household members. Note: research is ongoing on appropriate physical distance for bodies in motion. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. Stay at home if you are sick.
  • Currently we are following the same protocols as the SVUSD.

Overall all Standard Practice Healthy Participants Only: Any players, coaches, spectators who are sick will not be allowed inside the complex. Social Distancing signs and other Covid-19 related reminders are clearly posted throughout the complex.

SPRING BALL 2022 For the SSBB Board:

  • Identify strategies for working with public health officials to notify adult leaders, youth, and their families if the organization becomes aware of a participant developing COVID-19 who encountered others during your activities.
  • Maintain participant confidentiality regarding health status.
  • Have an action plan in place, in case of notification of a positive test result.
  • Provide coaches with a detailed explanation and training on these recommendations.
  • Schedule practices with ample space for player distancing.


  • Coaches should maintain social distancing requirements from players and family members.
  • Utilize fitness and technique in isolation exercises, grid work, and spatial awareness to limit physical contact between players.
  • Ensure all players have and handle their own labeled equipment (ball, water bottle, training disks, etc.)
  • The coach should be the only person to handle coaching equipment.
  • Hand sanitizer or hand washing on arrival / mid-way and end of the training session.
  • No shared equipment in use.


  • Ensure your child is healthy. If a child appears sick, not feeling well, or has a temperature of above 100.4, do not attend. 
  • All players are asked to complete the health check prior to attending any practice, game, or event.
  • Parents are encouraged to watch practices and games from the outfields. Bleacher seating is available but a mask recommended to be worn while on the bleachers and a 6-foot distance must be maintained.
  • Recommended that child's clothing is washed after every training.
  • Notify SSBB if your child or a family member becomes ill for any reason.


  • Inform parents if you are not feeling well.
  • Wash hands before and after training.
  • Do not share anyone else's equipment.
  • Practice social distancing, place bags and equipment at least 6 feet apart.
  • No sharing drinks or use of water fountains at the facility (players should mark their own water bottles).

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