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5.29.20 Spring Parent Letter

Bear Football Players & Parents


I hope this letter finds all of you and your families safe and healthy. Thank you for your patience as we put together an offseason plan that meets the state COVID-19 guidelines.


The first week of June traditionally is the start of spring football practices. We’ve created a summer schedule that’s tied to the governor’s phases and the restrictions we anticipate will be in place at each level. 


Phase 1 - no physical contact with players

  • Establish relationships and standards

  • Train leaders

  • Install base offense and defense


Phase 2 - small groups

  • Strengthen relationships

  • ID team leaders

  • Strength & conditioning

    • 30 minutes on the field/30 in weight room (if allowed)


Phase 3 – medium size groups

  • Relationships and accountability

  • Empower leaders

  • Position group work


Phase 4 - full group

  • Define “Family” and roles on the team

  • Full group work within the guidelines


We’ll start our Phase 1 work on Monday, June 1st with a Zoom meetings at 4:00. The first two meetings will be just returning seniors. Incoming sophomores, juniors, and seniors will attend all meetings after that. In June our focus will be on the varsity and JV players. Players will be sent the link to the Zoom meetings by the seniors who led their Character Challenge team. If your player wasn’t involved in the Character Challenge, email Coach Davis and we’ll get them the meeting link and placed on a team building squad.


June calendar

  • Zoom meetings from 4:00-5:00 with incoming soph’s, juniors, and seniors

  • Players will need paper and pen/pencil for each meeting


MON

TUES

WED

THURS

FRI

6/1

Sr’s

Sr’s

Full Group

Defense

Offense

6/8

Defense

Offense

Sr’s

Defense

Offense

6/15

Defense

Offense

Full Group

Defense

Offense

6/22

Defense

Offense

Sr’s

Defense

Offense

We’ll start working with incoming freshmen in July. 


At this point in time, there have been no decisions made on what football will look like in the 2020-21 school year. There are too many options to list and once I know, I will get that information to our players and our families.  


We will need to be flexible this summer as the schedule is tied to the guidelines we are getting from the state. We will do our best to communicate changes to the players and parents as quickly as possible. The best places to get information will be our website (tahomafootball.com), our booster newsletter, and Twitter. 


Time to get to work!


Coach Davis

tdavis@tahomasd.us 


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Tahoma Football,
May 30, 2020, 3:08 PM
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