Club Update Message COVID-19
Updated: Jun 26
Seal Beach VBC
The Board of Directors met yesterday to discuss and assess the impact that the COVID-19 Pandemic is having in our club. First and foremost, our priority during this time is the safety and well-being of our players and their families.
We are still facing great uncertainties as it relates to our volleyball season, however, we remain hopeful that the season resumes. With things happening so fast we ask for your patience as we do our best to communicate in a timely manner.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely and provides updates. For now, here is what we know and how we will operate in the near term.
We have cancelled all club sanctioned activities, including team practices and team social gatherings, through March 31st. We will continue to re-evaluate the situation and determine what day we will be able to resume our team practices.
In case you are interested in continuing with individual or small group training (workouts and privates), AIM Sportplex has advised us that they will remain open and are operating in an extremely diligent manner to ensure to the safety of their employees and patrons. McGaugh has been closed by the city indefinitely.
SCVA is using their website to provide updates related to their Mandatory tournaments and other information. We are in close communications with both SCVA and USA Volleyball and will provide updates as they become available.
USAV is also using their website to provide updates related to their events. Here is the status of those Qualifiers our teams are/were planning to attend:
MEQ St Louis – Cancelled
Red Rock Las Vegas 1 – Pending (decision to be announced early next week)
Red Rock Las Vegas 2 – Pending (decision to be announced early next week)
Windy City Chicago – Cancelled
NEQ Philadelphia – Postponed
Northern Lights Minneapolis – Pending
LAUSD will close their schools on 16 March for at least 2 weeks
Long Beach USD will close their schools on 16 March until 20 April
NCAA just announced that they have implemented an immediate DEAD Period until at least 15 April (no contacts, no official visits, no camps, no clinics). Phone calls, texts and emails are ok.
We want to encourage our players to stay active and plan for their season to continue in a few weeks. Please have your player touch their volleyball three to four times a week, jump rope, do dynamic stretches, etc. Have them keep practicing the skills they have learned this year on their own or with a parent or sibling.
Our SBVBC community needs to be vigilant about the guidelines we have been given to help stop this virus from growing.
Most of all care for each other and support one another in anyway.
Board of Directors
Maria, Tony and John