Cypress Bay Sports 2021-22 Registration for Cypress Bay Athletic Teams is now available. Please go to Registermyathlete.com and either update your profile and/or create a new profile. Please be sure to register for sports for the 2021-22 school year.
Our voluntary conditioning workouts continue for Football through the week of October 5-9, 2020. Practices will begin on October 12, 2020.
None of our Fall Sports will be participating in the FHSAA State Series. As such, Fall Sports will have the opportunity, should they qualify, for a Tri-County Championship event between Palm Beach, Broward and Dade counties in December 2020.
For all student-athletes interested in participating, you must have all of the following paperwork submitted and approved via Registermyathlete.com prior to any participation.
Directions are available on the CBHS website under the Athletics Tab should you need help.
The athletic paperwork includes:
EL2 Form (Physical Form)
EL3 Form (Liability and Compliance Form)
Proof of Insurance
U18 Form (permits training staff to treat student-athletes)
For all Fall practices, specific guidelines related to entry and exiting must be adhered to. Student-athletes will be assigned a specific time to arrive and exit Cypress Bay. Students can drive themselves or be dropped off in the CB bus loop in order to check in at the Single-point of entry at Cypress Bay. Parents/guardians are not permitted to enter the campus and partake as observers for any practices or workouts. We are trying to do our best to control the volume of activity and maintain high safety standards.
Upon entry and exit at Cypress Bay, all student-athletes must maintain social distancing guidelines, wear a face covering and have all personal equipment with them (Water, towel, cleats, sneakers, extra shirt, etc.). No sharing of these articles will be permitted.
Upon arrival to Cypress Bay, all student-athletes will scan a QR code that will initiate their check-in process. Each day that students enter, they will go through the same process. Students will check in with the code, answer a set list of yes/no health questions and then partake in both a temperature check and pulse oximeter scan.
There are several red flags that might prevent student-athletes from participating should they not meet the temperature standards or pulse oximeter standards set by the CDC upon initial scan. Should students not meet these standards on their initial scan, they will be temporarily housed in an air-conditioned venue for approximately 10 minutes and then retested. A second failed test would subject the student-athlete to leaving the premises immediately and for them to self-quarantine. This quarantine would need to be for 14 days or until a negative COVID test could be produced.
If students present any symptoms or don’t feel well, they should not attend that day and seek medical consultation.
All coaching staff members and athletic administration members will also partake in a health screening daily similar to the student-athletes.
At the conclusion of all practices, we expect all student-athletes to depart Cypress Bay immediately as we cannot allow for students to congregate or loiter on campus.
We anticipate game contests to begin the Week of October 26th for Football. We are currently planning and working on protocols for fans to attend games but ticket and seating availability will be limited. All sports contests will involve the pre-purchase of game tickets. No tickets will be sold at the gate on the date of the contest. Students-athletes on their respective teams will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets for their family. We will likely restrict ticket sales to a set number for each student-athlete. Seating at games will employ social distancing guidelines and face coverings will be required for all attendees.
If any of you have questions or concerns, please let me know. I can be reached via email at