Dear KACHEA Co-op Families,
As you are very aware these are unprecedented times we are faced with. With the increase in travel over the summer to areas outside of the Tri-Cities, we feel it is important to follow some guidelines.
Beginning Tuesday, September 8th when Co-op starts, we will put the following screening measures in place:
1) If you or any of your children have a temperature of 100.4 or greater you will be asked to stay home and seek appropriate medical advice or treatment as needed.
2) These are the following questions that you will need to prescreen yourself and your family before coming to co-op. If any of these question are yes do not come to Co-op:
a) Have you had close contact with a confirmed case of Covid 19 in the past 14 days?
b) Are you experiencing a new cough, shortness of breath, or new sore throat?
c) Have you had any fever in the last 48 hours?
d) Have you had a new loss of taste or smell?
e) Have you had vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours?
If the answer is “yes” to any of these, then we would ask that you and your family stay home and seek appropriate medical advice/care on when you can safely return to coop. We are counting on you as parents, to “prescreen” you and your children prior to each coop day and DO NOT come to Co-op if any of these conditions are present! We would prefer you err on the side of caution if you are unsure.
3) We will have hand sanitizer in designated areas during Co-op.
4) We will continue to try to maintain distance as best we can while in class , but recognize this will be very challenging.
5) We will continue to sanitize the tables, chairs, and anything that we use that is church property.
6) We will ask that for those that will be bringing their lunches not to share with those who are not family.
We are aware that there is no way to cut out all risks, but we are committed to doing our best to ensure the safety of all our families. We ask that you help us in doing your part by staying home if you or anyone in your family is sick and being aware of the symptoms of Covid 19 and acting appropriately. We may have some with family members at a higher risk of complications. We want to do our best to protect everyone, but this requires each family to be diligent. Also, this is not an excuse to skip Co-op just because you are tired or don’t feel like coming. As per Co-op Guidelines you are committing to attend every Tuesday through April 20, 2021 with your family.
(I)We, the undersigned, hereby waive and absolve KACHEA and First Baptist Church Weber City, and all persons, affiliated with, of any liability and responsibility for injuries, sickness, accidents, and/or acts of God incurred during the participation in Co-op, camps, private coaching, practices, games, and or any other related activity by myself and/or any member of my family or anyone that I may bring. In consideration of all the above language, to participate in the KACHEA activity, I, my heirs, executor, and administration, intending to be legally bound, do hereby waive, release and forever discharge any and all rights and claims for damage which I may have or which may hereafter accrue to me against KACHEA, directors, coaches, representatives, volunteers, and/or assignees, for any and all damages which may be sustained or suffered by me or my child in connection with my association with or participation in, or arising out of travel to and/or from respective activities. In event of injury/accident/sickness, the KACHEA directors and/or coaches are to contact the designated adult listed on the registration form.