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Tuesday, May 19 - COVID 19 Update

 

Based on the Governor’s announcements, this is where PSA currently stands with our buildings and sports:

  • Summer Camps:  We will have a very controlled (roughly 25% of capacity) summer camp that many of you will recognize as FlexiPass – June Summer Breakout Camp.  We are certified under the State of Texas for daycare/camps and we will meet all requirements.  Currently, we have spots available at each facility (PSA1, PSA McKinney and PSA Murphy) and we are about halfway to our limited camp capacity.  Camp begins June 1.  Those of you who have already signed up for camp should have been contacted for a first chance to join this special camp program.
  • Outdoor Sports:  With the commitment from the City of Plano on fields, we will re-start our Spring Outdoor Games in Soccer, Baseball and Softball on June 15.  Outdoor practices for these sports may begin on June 1st.  We have notified those parents of the restrictions in place for safety during the season.
  • Court Sports:  We will start our Spring indoor court sports on July 1 using about 25% of our capacity or around 3 courts per facility.  This will be ONLY for those who have already paid for Spring basketball and volleyball as we will not have enough capacity for new registrants.  We will have to make changes on ingress/egress and cleaning in the buildings to meet guidelines.
  • Indoor Flag Football:  Flag will resume June 15 with larger spacing between games and new ingress/egress points.
  • Soccer Skills: Skills will resume June 15 with small classes to meet the guidelines and new ingress/egress points.
  • Basketball Skills: Skills will start sometime in latter half of June and that plan is still coming together.
  • PreK Soccer: PreK will resume July 6 with fewer playing fields on each arena and separate entrances.
  • Staff:  We will reduce the call center hours and only allow call in or on-line registrations in June – no walkup traffic for a while!

PSA intends to fulfill our Spring commitments and hopes players will enjoy getting out and playing in a safe environment. 

We are anxious to see the kids back with their teams. 

Let’s play ball!

Wednesday, May 6 - PSA Spring Outdoor Soccer Season Restart

 

Dear PSA Family,
 
We hope all your families are safe, healthy, and holding up during this challenging time.  At PSA, we have been staying safe and abiding by restriction guidelines.  We have also been monitoring the distribution of daily information and data in order to prepare a process for coming out of the current “in-shelter” environment.

It looks like we are going to be playing and will be able to play out our Spring Soccer season.

With Governor Abbott’s recent announcement regarding the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions, we see the potential of restarting our outdoor sports programs in the near future.   While we will wait for more specific guidelines on May 18th, PSA is prepared for our seasons to re-start as soon as June 1st but with specific guidelines.

We have worked closely with Park and Rec organization’s and we expect to be able use the fields into July to complete the season and playoffs.  We also expect social distancing restrictions will need to be followed at the fields which may include fewer number of spectators allowed.

We recognize some of you may want to “wait and see” before reengaging in your sports.  Please know that PSA will insist on practicing all safety guidelines as instructed by our government officials and will proceed with caution.
Stay safe and healthy and we plan to provide another update around May 18th.
 
PSA


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Wednesday, May 6 - PSA Spring Baseball and Softball Start

Dear PSA Family,
 
We hope all your families are safe, healthy, and holding up during this challenging time.  At PSA, we have been staying safe and abiding by restriction guidelines.  We have also been monitoring the distribution of daily information and data in order to prepare a process for coming out of the current “in-shelter” environment.

It looks like we are going to be playing and will be able to play out our Spring Baseball and Softball season.

With Governor Abbott’s recent announcement regarding the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions, we see the potential of restarting our outdoor sports programs in the near future.   While we will wait for more specific guidelines on May 18th, PSA is prepared for our seasons to re-start as soon as June 1st but with specific guidelines.

We have worked closely with Park and Rec organization’s and we expect to be able use the fields through the beginning of August.  We also expect social distancing restrictions will need to be followed at the fields which may include fewer number of spectators allowed.

We recognize some of you may want to “wait and see” before reengaging in your sports.  Please know that PSA will insist on practicing all safety guidelines as instructed by our government officials and will proceed with caution.
Stay safe and healthy and we plan to provide another update around May 18th.
 
PSA Baseball and Softball

 

 

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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Due to the Corona virus, the PSA Staff will be working remotely.

You may reach PSA by:

  • Sending an email to info@psaplano.org
  • Leaving a message at  (972) 208-5437  A PSA Customer Service Representative will be answering all messages Monday through Friday.

Thank you for your patience and support during this time.  Please stay safe!

 

 PSA has analyzed input from multiple government sources and postponed the Spring Seasons for all sports, clubs, skills training, Martial Arts and Mother’s Day Out.  The sports already in season will be interrupted and the starting sports will be given new dates in the future.
We learned on Sunday the following:

  • Frisco ISD will go to remote learning indefinitely starting Tuesday
  • CDC has dramatically decreased the recommended maximum group size to 50
  • State of Texas has sent the standards for Day Care which affect our Mothers’ Day Out program

The City of Plano also gave us guidelines on the fields and their ability to extend seasons.
We believe PISD and McKinney ISD will follow shortly.

How long will the delay be?
Our best approximation is about 4 weeks.

We will complete the Spring Seasons although some may reach into June.  We have already scheduled all practices and games and will reschedule them when we know the start date.

PSA will be shutting all buildings, but we will have our call center answering phone calls between noon and 4PM Monday through Friday.  Our website will be updated under the Cancellation tab.

We have completed planning for summer camps which I know are important to many of you but will not be setting start points until we know more.

Good luck and our prayers are with you.  We wish we could do more.
PSA

 

 

Weather Policy

In case of inclement weather, playing conditions shall be determined by the City of Plano.  Games may be postponed if weather conditions present a serious hazard to either players, coaches, officials or the conditions of the playing field. At game time or during play, the head referee/umpire on the field will make the decision. Any league or play-off game which has been postponed shall be played at a later time specified by PSA Staff.

 

a.      The fields in which PSA uses for its Fall and Spring seasons are owned by the City of Plano and decisions on whether the fields are playable is determined by the City at 3pm, Monday-Friday

 

b.      On Saturdays and Sundays, fields are checked by PSA Staff or league coordinators and every effort is made to update the PSA website 1 hour prior to start of games. Note: because weather conditions vary by location, PSA defers to coaches and parents to use their best judgement regarding safety and weather-related cancellations

 

c.       If the City of Plano keeps fields open for play, PSA officials/referees/umpires have final say AT THE FIELD on whether the playing conditions are safe for continued play

 

 

Lightning

 

 

PSA has the following steps in place in case of lightning:

 

a.      PSA staff, officials, coaches, and parents are to use the My Lightning Tracker App (6-mile radius) – Here’s a video on how to download the app and set it up

 

b.      If lightning is visible during a game, the referees/umpires should clear everyone from the field and/or dugouts for 30 minutes.  If there is no more lightning, the game can resume.  If at any time lightning appears again, the 30-minute clock will begin again. 

 

PSA tries to reschedule games within 7-12 days from the date of cancellation

 

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