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Saline FC Covid-19 Contact

To report a (close contact) case of Covid or any questions related to Covid, please contact Sue Jaske, Executive Director of Saline per email: [email protected] or phone: (734) 646-7202

COVID-19 Policy and guidelines



(Liberty School - Middle School - Washtenaw Christian Academy)

Effective Monday, February 28th 2022, masks will be optional:

The following statements are provided to help clarify what is meant by “masks are highly recommended but not required:”

  • Masks are highly recommended, but optional, and a personal choice for all staff, students, guests, and visitors
  • The option holds true within all district buildings and facilities (not on school buses)
  • No one has the right to require, influence, encourage, pressure, harass, or bully anyone to wear -or- not wear a mask. SAS will be educating students and staff of how to respectfully move to a phase where many people will be wearing masks and many people will not be wearing masks.



Prior to entering the training environment, un-vaccinated participants will be required to:

  • Take and pass an online Covid-19 screener.
  • Wear a face-covering mask on the way to, from, and on the field while playing.


Families will be given advance notice of all procedural changes. As of now for all unvaccinated individuals they include:

  • Following all posted rules regarding pick up, drop off, and entering the facility
  • Wearing a face-covering mask on the way to, from, and while inside the building


(Total Sport, Wixom - High Velocity, Canton - EMU, Ypsilanti - Legacy, Brighton)

With everyone’s health and safety in mind, and adhering to the County’s executive order’s, please review the following:

(As executive order’s are revised, we will pass along updates via TSC email’s and social channels)

Per State regulations, contact tracing is in effect at our facilities via rosters supplied by clubs, teams, and training appointments.

To ensure the safety of our customers and staff, we will be implementing the following guidelines & regulations:

  • Installed hand sanitizing stations at all facilities
  • Upgraded air-filters have been installed
  • Multiple times daily we are sanitizing single touch point’s using a hospital grade disinfectant EPA-registered against5 COVID-19
  • Chemical-fog open areas using a chemical EPA-registered against COVID-19
  • If a person’s health appears compromised Total Sports has the right to ask them to leave
Customers MUST:
  • Stay home if you are feeling ill
  • No one can arrive more than 10 minutes prior to the start of their event or practice. If they do they must remain outside of the building.  No one can congregate inside the building AT ANY TIME.
  • All organizations are required to have a full record of every participant (including non player) who will be utilizing the facility during their contracted time.
  • All Players must have a Total Sports Waiver on file.
  • All Players must wash/sanitize their hands frequently.
  • Bring your own water
  • We strongly suggest that spectators bring their own chair
  • Social distancing practices should be adhered to between individuals from different households
  • Please stay home if you, your child, or anyone in your household is feeling ill / showing symptoms.  This over abundance of caution will help all of us continue to enjoy the sport we all love to watch our children participate in.
  • Now is the time we need to all work together.

Covid recommendations by MSYSA (Michigan State Youth Soccer Association)

March 2rd, 2022

As you may know, theCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)recently updated their COVID guidance and recommendations.The new guidance places more than half the nation’s counties at ‘low’ or ‘medium’ risk for COVID, meaning the use of masks in indoor settings is no longer necessary there. Those counties account for roughly 70% of people in the country. The recommendations apply to everyone, not just those who are vaccinated or have received a booster shot. The change reflects that the overall risk of severe disease from COVID is lower because of widespread immunity provided by vaccines or prior infection, improvements in testing, and accessibility to new treatments.

COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are on a rapid trend downward. Currently, there are no athletic restrictions directed by federal, state, and most local authorities. As such, MSYSA’s (COVID) ‘Game Day Processes’ and ‘Tournament Best Practices’ are no longer recommended and/or required. MSYSA affiliated clubs and scheduling leagues are encouraged to consider local conditions when determining their own respective game day processes and/or tournament best practices.

Also, please be aware that indoor gyms and/or indoor facilities, etc., may be subject now, or in the future, to local health department (LHD) orders/requirements, or have masking policies of their own, that could potentially apply to participants, team officials, referees and/or spectators.

As we return to normalcy in our sport, MSYSA encourages our members to independently read, review, and carefully consider CDC guidance, with respect to personal COVID mitigation measures, now, and in the future. Some general considerations could include social distancing of at least 6 feet between people who do not live in your household when and where possible, maintaining proper hygiene habits by washing hands often, and covering coughs and sneezes. MSYSA recommends getting tested if you have COVID symptoms and staying up to date with vaccines. If you are at a high risk for severe illness, talk with your healthcare provider(s) about whether you need to wear a mask and take other precautions to protect yourself and others around you. In the instance of positive COVID cases, please follow guidance from your local health department(s) on quarantine and isolation periods.

MSYSA continues to work with a team from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. While we are now moving away from our RTP guidelines/chart, should conditions necessitate a return to a prior phase of our RTP guidelines, you will be notified. Please continue to monitor our website and social media platforms for potential updates.


Thomas Faro, Executive Director MSYSA
(Michigan State Youth Soccer Association)

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