Registration for 2021 Summer Sports Camps opens May 3, 2021.

Per UIL rules, students may only attend two camps for each team sport in which a 7th–12th grade coach from their school district attendance zone works with them. Students in Grades 7–12 are allowed to attend a team sport camps( two per team sport) and strength and conditioning camp in their attendance zone.

K–6th Grade Sport Camp COVID-19 Guidelines

Pre-Arrival & Check-In

  • Face coverings are optional.
  • Daily chart of campers and symptoms completed at arrival. Campers will stay home if they answered “YES” to any screening questions or if they do not feel well.
  • Hand Sanitizer available at check-in site. All campers must sanitize their hands at check in.
  • Stagger Report times of groups to allow complete check-in prior to each group arriving.

During Camp

  • Face coverings are optional.
  • All campers are required to have their own water bottles labeled and filled with water. Campers are prohibited from sharing water bottles. Social distancing must be maintained during water breaks.
  • Water coolers will be provided for campers to REFILL personal water bottles only. Campers will not be allowed to drink directly from the water cooler.
  • Groups will be made of 20 Campers or less and 1 coach.
  • Comp Gym Max number of Campers is 40.
  • Auxiliary Gym Max number of Campers is 25.
  • Campers must remain in same group as much as possible to limit exposure.
  • All equipment used must be disinfected after each use by campers.
  • Hand Sanitizer available for use at all stations. Campers will use sanitizer before moving to next station.
  • Campers must be at least 6 feet apart while eating snacks/food.

Departure

  • Campers will wait outside to be picked up.
  • All equipment disinfected.
  • Campers must sanitize their hands when they leave for the day.
  • Campers must leave as soon as camp is over. No loitering.
  • Parents must remain in their cars during the pick up process.

COVID-19 Protocols, as explained in the LISD COVID-19 Health Response Handbook and on the UIL website, will be followed.

Team Camps, Strength & Conditioning & Skill Development COVID-19 Guidelines

Pre-Arrival & Check-In

  • Face coverings are optional.
  • Daily chart of athletes and symptoms completed at arrival on Google doc. Athletes will stay home if they answered “YES” to any screening questions or if they do not feel well.
  • Hand Sanitizer available at check-in site. All athletes must sanitize their hands at check in.
  • Stagger Report times of groups to allow complete check-in prior to each group arriving.

During Camp

  • Face coverings are optional.
  • All athletes are required to have their own water bottles labeled and filled with water. Athletes are prohibited from sharing water bottles.
  • Water coolers will be provided for athletes to REFILL personal water bottles only. Athletes will not be allowed to drink directly from the water cooler.
  • Groups will be made of 20 athletes or less and 1 coach.
  • Comp Gym Max number of athletes is 60
  • Auxiliary Gym Max number of athletes is 40
  • Athletes must remain in same group as much as possible to limit exposure.
  • All equipment used must be disinfected after each use by athletes.
  • Hand Sanitizer available for use at all stations. Athletes will use sanitizer before moving to next station.
  • There will be no locker room access.

Departure

  • Athletes will wait outside to be picked up.
  • All equipment disinfected.
  • Athletes must sanitize their hands when they leave for the day.
  • Athletes must leave as soon as workouts are over. No loitering.
  • Parents must remain in their cars during the pick up process.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do I register my child using the grade he/she just completed or the grade they will be in next school year?

You will use the grade that your child will for the upcoming year when registering for camps. 

How many camps can my child attend?

There are no restrictions on the number of camps if your child is entering grades K-6 for the upcoming school year. If they are entering grades 7-9, they may only attend two camps per team sport (football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, and soccer) with the coaches from their zoned high school. In addition to attending the team sport camps, the camper would be able to attend their campus’ Strength and Conditioning camp.

Can my child attend the quarterback camp, and the football team camp my zoned high school is hosting?

If your child is entering grades 7-9 for the upcoming school year, these two camps would count as the two camps for football now allowed by UIL. This is the same for basketball with a shooting camp, and a fundamentals camp. If it is a team sport, you can now attend two camps for that specific sport. It would be a UIL violation to attend more than two.

Can my child attend a volleyball and softball camp?

Yes, since they are different sports, your child could attend both camps during one summer.

Are there any restrictions on Strength and Conditioning camps?

Yes, you can only attend the strength and conditioning camp for the high school your camper is zoned for, or already has an approved LISD transfer to another campus. Attending a strength and conditioning camp does not impact attendance of sport specific camps. Only incoming 7-12 graders may attend the Strength and Conditioning camps.

Do camps require any special gear or ability level?

The camps are organized by grade level and the coach will organize the camp based on the age and skill level within the camp to provide a safe and challenging environment. Any special equipment or needs should be listed in the camp brochure. If you have any additional questions about the camp, do not hesitate to contact the director of that specific camp.

Are refunds issued if my camper is unable to attend the camp?

No refunds will be issued.

Is there a service fee for registering for camps in the Rank One camp store?

Yes, the is a small convenience fee applied at the time of checkout.

Will my child be tackling during football camps? Do we need to have a helmet and equipment for football camps?

Football camps are not allowed to have helmets or football pads. Your child will only need athletic shorts, shirt, and shoes for the camp. Full contact will not be practiced during the camp.