All Hudson Sports and Civic Center players, spectators, coaches, referees and minor officials must stay home if you are sick or are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 such as fever, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath. If you have a household member who has COVID-19 symptoms and is waiting on a test result, all household members (not just the person being tested) are asked to remain at home until the test results are received.

• Masks are required while in the building. Masks are not required to be worn by players while on ice. All coaches and participants must wear a mask during dryland.
• Maintain social distancing at all times, except when on the ice.
• FHIT coaches will take attendance for contact tracing purposes
• Only enter the building 15 minutes before your ice time. Exit within 10 minutes of session ending. Never should players be in the locker room for longer than 7 minutes before or 7 Minutes after their scheduled ice time.
• Locker Rooms are available to be used however due to the 7-minute rule for locker room use, it is suggested that you come to the rink dressed as complete as possible. There are chairs outside the locker room and in the lobby for tying skates. Never should a player be in their underwear in common areas of the rinks or parking lot.
• Use assigned locker rooms only and maintain proper physical distancing of 6 feet.
• Spectators must wear a mask in the facility and stay socially distanced inside the building. We are limiting attendance to 25% capacity. For Gornick this allows 325 spectators and Drewiske this allows 187 spectators. There will be no spectators allowed in the dryland facility.
• Skaters must bring their own water bottles clearly marked with their name.
• While hand sanitizing stations will be available at the facility, skaters, coaches and spectators are also encouraged to bring hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes to use while at the arena.
• Restrooms, dressing areas and high touch areas will be sanitized regularly.
• Skaters and visitors must all use hand sanitizer upon entering the building.

If a player has been deemed a close contact by the Department of Health, whether hockey related or not, they are not allowed to participate in HHA activities until allowed by the department of Health. A negative COVID test does not change the Department of Health directive.

All parents will receive notification of a confirmed COVID-19 case on your child's team. Due to data privacy, specific individuals will not be identified but the team of the confirmed case will be identified. It is very important to note that the St. Croix County Public Health Department determines which individuals were in close contact and should be quarantined. Public Health will contact the families of these individuals, not FHIT Hockey. If your family is not contacted by Public Health, your child is not considered a close contact and/or in need of being quarantined.