EMSC 2020/2021 Operating Plan and Updates
- While operating, we are required to follow all state and county health guidelines. These include:
- All coaches and athletes will be required to have a face covering that meets the CDC guidelines.
- All coaches and athletes will be required to wear masks anytime a separation of 6 feet cannot be maintained
- Coaches shall work with athletes to teach, and maintain 6 feet of separation skiing, stops, and when regrouping on the trail.
- Parents must wear a mask when dropping off and picking up athletes.
- No current van use. (will re-evaluate)
- No current Team Travel. (will re-evaluate)
- All participants (Coaches, staff, athletes, and volunteers) must complete a Daily Health Screening
Health Screenings and COVID19 Tests
- All athletes, coaches, staff, and guardians (who are present for 15 minutes or more) are required to complete a daily health screening including a temperature check.
- Health checks should take place at home prior to attending training.
- Example Health Screening
- Anyone who does not pass the health screening (has symptoms) is not permitted to participate and MUST provide proof of a Negative COVID19 Test in order to return training.
- Anyone who has a positive COVID19 test MUST follow the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Return to Training and Competition After SARS-CoV-2 Infection Guidelines
- Any athlete who has a household member with COVID19 or is awaiting test results must follow CDC Guidelines for quarantine.
- EMSC will be following and abiding information and guidance provided by our governing bodies. Please review the following document relating to competitions:
- U.S. Ski & Snowboard COVID-19 Domestic Competitions Guidance
COVID19 Related Refund Policies
Cancellation Prior to Start of Season
- Partial Program Fees will only be eligible to be refunded to those who drop out of the program during the first 25% of the season. In addition, a portion of the fees will be considered to be non-refundable (the $250 deposit). Other non-refundable portions include any fees that EMSC incurs due to the athlete enrolling (RMD, USSA, Etc.). The remaining fees will be prorated for the time the athlete has participated.
Refund due to Injury
- Injury refunds will be given only for season-ending injuries. For an injury refund a note from a medical doctor attesting to the season ending nature of the injury will be required.
COVID19 Related Cancellations
- If all training options must be cancelled for at least 3 consecutive weeks due to COVID19 between the first scheduled program training day and March 1st, 2021 members are eligible for a partial credit for the future programming. After March 1st, no COVID19 related refunds will be issued. Partial credit amounts will be determined based on the percentage of programming that took place prior to the cancellation and vary depending by each program.
- Governing bodies (such as Eldora, Boulder County, CDC, USSA) may place additional COVID19 related restrictions on our operations. As well, competitions could be changed or canceled. These restrictions and cancellations are outside of the control of LERT Programs and will not be a cause for refunds.
- Work credit refunds will be issued for hours fulfilled. Upon a cancellation due to COVID19, work credits will only be issued if volunteering was already scheduled to occur but was cancelled or the entire season is cancelled before January 1, 2021.
- Any partial refunds or credits will be issued after April 15th, 2021.
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Our Devo All Mountain Program gives athletes a diverse all mountain experience with the focus of building skiing fundamentals through basic race training along with exposure to Big Mountain, Skier Cross, and Terrain Park fundamentals. The exposure to all of the above allows athletes to experience many avenues in the sport without specializing in one area. Athletes will also have an optional competition schedule to be determined by the coach and athlete. This program is for athletes aged 8-15 who are confident riders on all trails on the mountain.
The EMSC Freeride/Freestyle program offers diverse programming that covers all disciplines of freeriding: slopestyle, big air, skiercross, and big mountain. This is an entry level program into the world of competitive freeriding, but all athletes should be competent all-mountain riders. This program is for athletes 9-18 they have a solid foundation of skiing or snowboarding. Our team of proficient coaches help athletes expand their skills through on snow and dryland training.
The Jr. Race program is for athletes from 5-15 years and is staffed by expert skiers and former racers, most of whom are USSA coach certified. This program is an excellent introduction to competitive skiing that focuses primarily on developing solid fundamental skiing skills and introducing young athletes to the competition routine and environment.
Athletes who have achieved competency in their skiing fundamentals and have the necessary maturity, confidence, independence and desire to commit to ski racing at a higher level should consider transitioning to the Core Program.
The EMSC Age-Class Program builds on the foundation established by the Jr. Race program. The Age-Class race series is the highest level of competition for athletes up to 15 years old. Our program staff are USSA certified coaches, most of whom have experience competing at the FIS level, the highest level competition in the sport. Athletes in this program are expected to train with greater intensity and focus, which are required for success at the Age-Class level. This includes pre-season and post season on snow and dryland training.
The Ability Program trains athletes from 14 years and up in preparation for FIS level competition. The Ability Program includes athletes from the U16, U19 and Post Graduate (PG) age groups. This program is staffed by coaches who have achieved the highest level of success at the FIS and intercollegiate levels and train athletes to take on the best ski racers in the sport.
The EMSC Freeride/Freestyle program offers diverse programming that covers all disciplines of freeriding: slopestyle, big air, boardercross, and big mountain. This is an entry level program into the world of competitive freeriding, but all athletes should be competent all-mountain riders. This program is for athletes 9-18 they have a solid foundation of skiing or snowboarding. Our team of proficient coaches help athletes expand their skills through on snow and dryland training.
Our Devo All Mountain Program gives athletes a diverse all mountain experience with the focus of building snowboarding fundamentals through basic race training along with exposure to Big Mountain, Skier Cross, and Terrain Park fundamentals. The exposure to all of the above allows athletes to experience many avenues in the sport without specializing in one area. Athletes will also have an optional competition schedule to be determined by the coach and athlete. This program is for athletes aged 8-15 who are confident riders on all trails on the mountain.
The Alpine Snowboard Carve Program is a season long (Nov – April) competitive program that focuses specifically on slalom and giant slalom training, as well as race events. Athletes compete within the USASA Colorado race series on weekends with the season culminating with Nationals at Copper in April (Slalom / Giant Slalom)
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