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START JUNE 20th!
July 13, 2020
To: All Incoming Freshmen Football Players and their Parents/Guardians
Regarding: Startup of Freshmen Practices for 2020 season
When: Begins, Monday, July 20
Times: Noon to 2 pm, Monday – Thursday, week of July 20.
Noon to 2 pm, Monday – Friday, week of July 27. After school, starting August 3rd.
These things that must be done first before anyone can practice:
1. Must have an up-to-date athletic physical. Email Dana Smith at the athletic office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 912-729-7042 to her, if you have any questions or need her to email you a physical form.
2. Must pay the $200 player fee when you come the week of July 20. All checks are to be made to Camden County Football and you must put the name of player who the fee applies to on the check. Cash is OK, also. Player fees are to be turned to Coach David Shores at the athletic office area. Please make sure to get a receipt.
Covid 19 Protocols: All players must bring their own water jug. It is critical that they bring a big jug with plenty of water for hydration. The GHSA is still not allowing locker room use, so all players must come dressed for workouts in shorts and t shirts. Have tennis shoes and cleats for inside and outside work. You have to shower at home after workouts. Wash hands and practice good hygiene before arriving. Players will be checked in through a process of temperature checks, questions related to possible Covid 19 exposure, etc. If you have any symptoms or are concerned that you have been exposed to anyone who may have Covid 19, please do not come to workouts that day and contact or trainer, Rod Popple, at 904-254-4576 for guidance on how to proceed.
Communications throughout the season: For questions regarding any freshmen football issues, please contact the Head Freshmen Coach, Terry Humphrey, at email@example.com or call him at 912-674-5213. Also, often information is updated on the football website at www.camdencountywildcatfootball.com
Transportation: Bus Transportation is provided to and from practice. Players are to sit one player to a seat and not move seats. Players are to be respectful and follow all guidelines set by the driver. If you have any questions regarding transportation, please contact Coach Dan Matthews at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-703-5036.
We want to invite you to Camden County High School Football on Friday Nights in the Fall! There is nothing better than the Camden County Wildcat Marching Band, the Cheerleaders, the Wildcat Mascot, the Student Body from Camden County, the county as a whole and past and future Wildcats coming out to support the Camden County Wildcat Football Program. The boys of Camden play their hearts out for their school and community. The 2020 home schedule is a set, and we hope to see you all there!
This year's Camden County Football Liftathon will again be associated with a local charity called the Miracle League of Camden County (formerly known as Justin's Miracle Field) and will be sponsored by Jane Brown's State Farm Insurance Agency. This means a portion of our fundraising proceeds will go toward supporting the Miracle League of Camden County. This portion will be matched by Jane Brown's State Farm Insurance Agency. So, not only will the football team be raising money to support their own program, but we will also be helping a charity that gives back to our local community that allows children with disabilities the opportunity to be athletes in their own competitive league. This is a win-win for everyone. We want to express our gratitude to Jane Brown and her agency for their sponsorship, because it gives back to this community in a very special way and it also supports this football program.
Traditionally, the Lift-a-thon event is where the players will be tested on the Power Clean. We want everyone to come out and support our Wildcat players that night. More importantly, we want everyone to support them financially so that they can have the funds needed for a successful season, while also knowing that they can help the Miracle League of Camden County. The players have been divided into competitive teams under the direction of 2 coaches per team for this lift-a-thon event, and they will be raising money in various ways, such as working at certain businesses or helping at booths during certain festivals. These are just a few examples of ways in which these teams will work toward their fundraising goals. Wherever and whenever you see a Wildcat Football Player doing any of these things, we encourage you to give to it financially in whatever way that you can.
Phone: (912) 729-7042