Covid Re-opening Policies


  • Common touching within facility will be reduced. Doors will be propped open to eliminate the need for touching them to enter and exit the building.
  • Sanitizers for hands will be provided for movement between events.
  • We will reduce the number of spectators in the viewing area for social distancing purposes.
  • We will have the tuition drop box located at the front desk for payments.
  • Mats, blocks and other items used during a rotation will be disinfected prior to the groups rotating.
  • Lost and found items will no longer be kept. Any items left behind at the end of the night will be disposed of immediately.
  • The entire facility will be deep cleaned and sanitized each night.
  • All cleaning products are effective against COVID-19 and like viruses.
  • Classes and Team schedules will be staggered during the first month to spread out the use of the restrooms and to prevent overcrowding.
  • We will utilize the main front door for entrance into the gym and 1 front door for dismissals.


  • Instant forehead temperatures will be taken of all persons entering the building. Anyone who appears ill or has a temperature greater than 100 will be asked to go home. No entry will be permitted for gymnasts or family members who have fevers or coughs.
  • There will be a strict no touching policy at all times except for coaches spotting.
  • Gymnasts need to bring their own water bottle to all practices. We will no longer have the water cooler to refill water bottles. We will have a refill option available for personal water bottles only.
  • Sanitizer or hand washing will be utilized between every rotation as well as at the beginning and end of practices.
  • Training areas will be designated for each group to ensure appropriate social distancing.
  • Cubbies and lockers will not be available for use. Athletes will have a designated spot ro place their belongings and water for the duration of their practice.


  • All staff will complete a wellness check prior to their shift and will stay home if they are feeling ill.
  • Coaches will observe strict guidance on space limitations with their groups. Stations and drills will be set up at 6-foot intervals.
  • During the first month coaches will keep spotting to a minimum.
  • Hands are to be washed or sanitized after each rotation as well as at the start and end of their shift.
  • No standing in lines: maintain sufficient drill stations and rotate gymnasts as a group.
  • Define the route for gymnasts to rotate when finished with their event.


  • We encourage parents to utilize curbside drop off and pickup if possible.
  • No more than 1 adult per athlete is allowed into the facility.
  • We will reduce the number of spectators in the viewing area for social distancing purposes.