The STMA Arena is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all. To ensure that, we have developed the following Preparedness Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our workplaces, and that requires full cooperation among facility users and management. Only through this cooperative effort can we establish and maintain the safety and health of our workers and workplaces. PLEASE READ THE DOCUMENT BELOW THAT OUTLINES THIS PLAN.
Wright County Public Health has noticed an increase of COVID-19 cases associated with youth sporting events since the start of August. The cases include athletes and coaches.
Athletics is an important part of many people's lives. We also recognize that participating in sports during this pandemic puts athletes, coaches, teams and entire families at an increased risk for the virus. One person's decisions can impact an entire team or sport. Please take your responsibility seriously and continue protecting one another.
If you have COVID-19 or suspect you may have COVID-19, it is extremely important that you follow the isolation and quarantine guidelines from your health care provider. Do not participate in sporting activities during the isolation or quarantine period. Wearing a mask in public places, social distancing when possible and staying home when you are sick are the key things you can do to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
It is not just athletics where we are seeing cases for STMA area. However, for the age group that is returning to school (under 18) it is where the majority of cases are coming from. STMA is the only community in Wright County to see as many athletic exposure cases in the past month across a variety of sports.
For more information and local COVID-19 resource please visit; http://www.co.wright.mn.us/945/Coronavirus-COVID-19
We had over 40 kids show up to the event!!
Thank you to all of the Knights & RiverHawks players for helping out with this event!!!
Big thanks also to Kara Jandro and Gillian Rousslange for directing traffic and getting waivers filled out in the lobby, as well as Brandon Mitchell and Dustin Pender and Andy Johnson for coordinating all the on-ice activities.
For all of you who plan on coaching this season, USA hockey has changed all CEP requirements to virtual classes online. You may complete any virtual CEP session from any location - yes, even in Alaska! Coaches should complete the next level CEP class - not apply for the temporary card.
For further info, please click the link below.
Please feel free to reach out to Kenny Waller with any questions.
STMAYHA Board of Directors understands this is a very uneasy time for many of our hockey families. With the uncertainty of the current situation with COVID19 we have made the decision to CANCEL any volunteer hours left for the 2019/2020 season and shred ALL CHECKS with outstanding hours.
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All 2020 open board meetings are scheduled for the 2nd Monday of each month at the STMA Arena Community Room, with the exception of ELECTIONS in April which will be held at MS East Cafeteria. Please check the calendar for dates & time.
Want to know what was discussed at our monthly board meetings?
All board meeting minutes can be found here.