Dear Titusville Families,
Brevard Public Schools continues to follow the guidance of experts in public health, including the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Florida Department of Health (FDOH), as well as the guidance from the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) when making decisions about the reopening of facilities and resumption of activities. BPS has established a Return to Activity Plan, with Phase 1 implementation beginning on Monday, June 22, 2020, to ensure that students are able to resume school related activities. Some of the safety protocols include: a daily Monitoring Form to be completed by sponsors/coaches, touchless temperature checks prior to each workout/activity session for students and coaches/sponsors, hand sanitizer, facility cleaning, and no more than 10 students at a time (inside and outside) in a group to work to work out. Please access the Return to Activity Plan on our website to see the full guidelines and safety precautions that our school will be putting in place.
In order to participate in summer workouts, student athletes must have completed the 2020-2021 Athletic Packet on our BPS webpage. It can be accessed at the THS homepage under “Athletics/Athletic Forms and Information”.
This packet includes an EL2 (Physical), ECG Form, Parent Permission Form, and Assumption of Risk Waiver. Directions for uploading can be found there as well. The EL2 form must be uploaded and the EL3 signatures completed at www.athleticclearance/florida.com . Once uploaded, the athlete will be marked “cleared” through the Athletic Director, Tom Dean, prior to participation. Please allow a minimum of two business days for forms to be cleared! Due to COVID, our front office is currently locked. You may direct questions to, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The number one priority in all of this is that we keep our students and staff safe and healthy as we slowly transition back and give them opportunities. Vulnerable individuals, including both students and staff, should not participate in Phase 1. Summer participation is voluntary and students will be held harmless if they decide not to participate.