SASC Registration is OPEN

From SASC Member communication sent 8/31/2020

SASC Families,

SASC registration for current members will open tomorrow, September 1st.  NO payment will be due at this time. Your registration will help gauge membership interest in this environment and help us plan for next steps.  If registration numbers look strong, we will open registration up for new members on October 1st.  Please note that the 2020-2021 season is a special program.  2019-2020 players will retain “returning player” status for the 2021-2022 season.

Here’s the link to register. http://sascsports.org/registration/

Your health and safety is a priority.  If SASC is able to hold a season, we will be following the lead of other organizations who have already started this journey and will also take into account all recommendations from the CDC, Washington State’s Phased Approach, King County and local government.  Our COVID-19 health and safety policies and procedures will reflect the changing times and as of today will include

• Temperature check of all players and coaches before practice, anybody with a fever is not allowed to enter the facility
• Apply hand sanitizer (before and after practice)
• Sanitize of all equipment including basketballs before and after practice
• One basketball per player, no sharing of basketballs
• Masks (player provided)
• Players and coaches only in the gym, no parents

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPAR) has not made a decision about fall and winter sports.  If SPAR decides not to offer basketball, we will not compete this season.  If basketball is a go, we will switch our homebase from Delridge and play and practice out of Rainier Community Center due to the West Seattle bridge closure.

SASC is doing everything possible for players, families and coaches to feel safe to play basketball.  Things continue to evolve and we will keep you updated as we wait for additional guidance from SPAR.  Until then, please register if your intention is to play this upcoming season.

SASC Update

Member communication email sent 8/12/2020.

Hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.  With school approaching, we know there is a lot of new information to take in and a lot of tough decisions for parents to make.  SASC may be on your radar and we wanted to keep you posted.

As you may be aware, SASC is reliant on Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPAR) for practice time and league play.  As of today, no decisions have been made by SPAR for fall and winter sports.  If the community centers continue to remain closed for activities then we unfortunately will NOT be able to compete this season.

Your health and safety is a priority.  If SASC is able to hold a season, we will be following the lead of other organizations who have already started this journey and will also take into account all recommendations from the CDC, Washington State’s Phased Approach, King County and local government.  Our COVID-19 health and safety policies and procedures will reflect the changing times and as of now will include

  • temperature check of all players and coaches before practice, anybody with a fever is not allowed to enter the facility
  • apply hand sanitizer (before and after practice)
  • sanitizing of all equipment including basketballs before and after practice
  • one basketball per player, no sharing of basketballs
  • masks (player provided)
  • players and coaches only in the gym, no parents

Please note that due to the West Seattle bridge closure, we are working with SPAR to switch our home base away from Delridge.  If there is a season, there is a possibility we may play and practice out of Rainier Community Center.

We will be opening registration for the upcoming season to returning members on September 1st.  Registering will reserve your spot on the team and NO payment will be due.  Open registration for new members will begin on Oct 1st.  Your registration will help gauge membership interest in this environment and help us plan for next steps.

SASC is doing everything possible for players, families and coaches to feel safe to play basketball.  Things continue to evolve and we will keep you updated as we wait for additional guidance from SPAR.