Rec Team Guidelines
Updated COVID-19 Guidance
Effective December 3rd, 2020
We encourage you to read through the updated guidance information below, but here are some key takeaways.
- Guidelines for K-12 School Sports are now based on your county’s risk level (lower, moderate, high, extreme). It is no longer tied to your school’s instructional method.
- Indoor sports/recreation are allowed in lower, moderate and high risk level counties provided maximum capacity limits outlined in the Sector Risk Level Guidance Chart are followed.
- Indoor sports/recreation is prohibited in extreme risk counties.
- Outdoor sports/recreation are allowed in all counties provided maximum capacity limits outlined in the Sector Risk Level Guidance Chart are followed.
- “Outdoor” means any open-air space, including any space which may have a temporary or fixed cover (e.g. awning or room) and at least 75% of the square footage of its sides open for airflow. If a space doesn’t meet the definition of outdoor, then it is considered indoor and must comply with the requirements and guidance for indoor operations.
- Full contact sports remain prohibited. These include football, wrestling, basketball, contact cheer and contact dance. Training and conditioning may still take place in these prohibited activities provided they don’t include full contact of any kind.
- All individuals are required to adhere to Statewide Mask, Face Covering Guidance, including when actively participating.
- For contact tracing, record participant and visitor contact information, date, and time of facility use. Unless otherwise required, this information may be destroyed after 60 days.
- To the extent possible, athletes traveling out of state as part of an athletic traveling team for indoor/outdoor recreation should, but are not required to, self-quarantine for 14 days upon return to Oregon.
All Rec coaches are required to complete the OSAA Spirit Safety Workshop annually.
Click HERE to visit the Rec coaches required certifications page and learn more about certifications.
Competition Coordinator's are responsible for ensuring all Rec coaches are properly certified to compete.
Small and large, as well as all-girl and coed divisions, may be combined where registration is low, at the discretion of the hosting competition director.
2020-21 Rec Handbook
ALL Rec programs who plan to compete or participate in ANY OCCA or OSAA event (including OCCA One Day Team Clinics) must complete the OCCA Rec Team Information Form.
This is an annual requirement. Only one form per program is required.
Does your Rec. team share practice space with a high school team?
Any Rec. team that splits practice space with a high school program, must complete a Shared Facility request for the OSAA.