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    Covid-19 Guidelines for each school.

    This situation is evolving by the hour. Every school is struggling with what decisions are the “right” ones to make and, in many instances, we may not know what is “right” until we have the benefit of hindsight. Even then, we may not know. With that in mind, the “right” decision is one that considers public health guidance, the law, your school’s mission and culture, and your community’s safety. What is “right” for one school may not be right for another. Please keep this in mind as you review each schools Covid-19 policies  as you visit their campus for home games.

    Aletheia Christian Academy

    All fans entering the building will be asked to wear a mask and will have their temperature taken
    They will not be allowed to enter if temperature is over 100.4. Temperatures will not be taken for soccer.
    Fans will be asked to social distance and sit with their families
    Fans are required to wear masks in the bleachers for volleyball not soccer
    There are 2 hand sanitizing stations located by the elevator for people to use
    Hand sanitizing stations located in hallways for use
    Social distancing in restrooms, hallways and concessions
    Concessions may or may not be open.
    Stat keepers and clock operator will be asked to wear a mask while sitting at the table.
    Hand sanitizer available on the bench for use
    Players should arrive with masks on, take them off to play and put them back on when the game is over
    No shaking of hands after the game. Just verbalizing good game

    Atmore Christian School

    We are asking for masks to be worn at athletic events, if distancing cannot be maintained outside of your household, until the state mandate is lifted.

    Calvary Christian Academy

    • Everyone (players and fans) entering the gym will have their temperature checked.
    • Everyone (players and fans) are required to wear a mask when entering the gym.
    • Masks are required for fans anytime they are not sitting in their seat.
    • Masks are not required for coaches and players during the game.
    • Rows of the bleachers will be blocked off to help with distancing.
    • On the bleachers, please practice distancing between families.

    Central Christian School

    • Everyone (players and fans) entering the gym will have their temperature checked.
    • We strongly recommend every player and fan  to wear a mask when entering the gym.
    • We ask you wear a mask when making transitions to different areas of the gym.
    • Masks are not required for coaches and players during the game.
    • On the bleachers, please practice distancing between families.

    Christian Collegiate Academy

    * Limit of two fans per player.
    *Mask are recommended in the building, unless the person falls into one of the eleven categories that excuses them from wearing a mask.
    *We will have marked spots on the floor leading into the arena to keep people six feet apart while walking into the arena to pay
    *We recommend social distancing in the bleachers
    *For the concession stand, we will have packaged condiments
    *Players must have their own water bottle and can not share water bottles
    *The water fountains will be off limits

    Covenant Christian School

    East Hill Christian School

    We appreciate all fans and athletes being screened for high temperatures at the door.  
    Fans, please wear a mask when moving around the gym and visiting the concession stand.  
    When seated, fans may remove their masks.  
    Players are not required to wear masks on the benches.
    After the match, please social distance when possible. 
    Be safe and be smart!

    Emmanuel Christian School

    LEAD Academy

    1. Please stay home if sick (fans, players, and coaches).
    2. Masks are optional. (please no inappropriate mask or full face mask)
    3. Hoodies and jackets may be worn, but hoods are to be off while in the building. 
    4. Social Distancing will be strongly encouraged. Spectators will be encouraged to bring their own seating for outside events (softball/baseball).
    5. Each team is encouraged to wash their hands before play.
    6. Water coolers will be provided for the visiting team, but please bring your own water bottles. 
    7. No outside food or drinks will be allowed. Water fountains will be closed. 
    8. Limited occupancy may be enforced and no re-entry will be permitted.
    9. Cash will be accepted, however please try your best to have exact change.
    10. If hosting a tournament only the spectators of the two teams playing will be allowed at the event.
    11. Each team will be responsible for cleaning up their bench area. All fans will be asked to do the same in the stands. 
    12. No handshake at the end of games.
    13. Restrooms will remain open, but will be limited to 3 people at a time. 
    14. No Loitering at the end of games. 

    Lighthouse Baptist

    • Home Gym Rules for Teams and FansEveryone entering the building (home/visiting teams,
    staff, and fans) will have their temperature checked when entering the building. Any person
    with a 99.9 temperature will not be permitted to enter the building.
    • Face coverings are required for everyone that is 2nd grade and above for as long as
    Alabama's governor mandates require it.
    • Players actively participating on the court are not required to wear face coverings.
    • Players on the bench and coaching staff/stats crew are required to wear face coverings.
    • Fans are asked to sit socially distanced from other family groups for the health and safety
    of everyone attending.
    • Teams must have individual water bottles for each player.
    • Teams will not shake hands with other team before or after games.
    • Teams will not switch benches (volleyball) between sets.
    • All athletic equipment will be sanitized before and after each game.

    Pensacola Christian Academy

    • Anyone exhibiting symptoms of illness (cough, sore throat, fever, etc.) must remain home.
    • Temperature checks will be taken for all spectators and athletes. Temperatures registering 100.4 or higher will not be admitted to the game.
    • Face coverings are required for all spectators, support staff, and athletes. Athletes and coaches may remove their masks during the game.
    • To allow for social distancing between families, bleacher seating will be available every other row.
    • Hand sanitizing stations will be available for spectators and athletes.
    • Cashless payments will be available for those who do not want to use cash.
    • Each athlete should bring his or her own water bottle which can be refilled at our chilled water bottle filling station.
    • Teams will not shake hands before or after the game. No switching sides for volleyball.
    • Athletic equipment will be sanitized between each game.
    • Locker rooms will be kept to a 15 person max capacity.

    Santa Rosa Christian School

    At Santa Rosa Christian, we believe that it is up to each coach, player, and parent to responsibly take care of himself and to maintain distance from our campus when sick or while having a fever. There are a few expectations that we expect you to follow when coming to our facilities.  Our school is leaving the decision to wear a mask open for each individual to make. If you would like to wear a mask, do so. If not, do not. There will be no shaming of anyone based on whatever decision he or she may make. Please read the following lists of expectations for participants, families, and fans of athletes using our facilities:

    Expectations for Volleyball:

    Prescreen each player, record temperature on the roster, and present this roster at the game.

    • No handshakes between the teams.
    • Maintain 6’ distance between players, coaches, and refs during pregame rules.
    • Teams will remain on the same benches and sides throughout the matches.
    • Teams bring their own coolers and equipment with them.

    Expectations for Soccer:

    Prescreen each player, record temperature on the roster, and present this roster at the game.

    • No handshakes between the teams.
    • Maintain 6’ distance between players, coaches, and refs during pregame rules.
    • Teams bring their own coolers and equipment with them.


    SL Jones Christian School

    South Baldwin Christian School

    1. Mask upon arrival at gym.
    2. Temperature checked at door.
    3. Practice Social Distancing once in gym.
    4. Sanitizer applied upon entering gym.
    5. Avoid congregating with other families.

    Trinitas Christian School

    Visitors who attend a Trinitas Christian School home game do so at their own risk. Coaches, players, and
    fans should pre-screen themselves and not attend if they have a fever above 99.5, or are experiencing common
    symptoms of Covid-19. In addition, they should practice sound hygienic practices such as thorough hand
    washing, coughing or sneezing into their elbow, and maintaining distance between groups. The school is
    leaving decisions regarding precautionary measures such as mask wearing and social distancing up to
    individuals. We ask visitors to respect other people. “If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live
    peaceably with all men.” - Romans 12:18
    We will follow the guidelines given to us by the Escambia County Volleyball Officials’ Association.
    • Coaches and players pre-screen for fever and Covid-19 symptoms.
    • No handshakes between teams.
    • Teams will not switch benches or sides between sets.
    • Masks required at the pre-match conference and at the scorer’s table.  
    • Players are not required to wear masks on the team bench.
    • Teams should bring their own cooler and equipment.
    • Coaches and players pre-screen for fever and Covid-19 symptoms.
    • No handshakes between teams.
    • Teams should bring their own cooler and equipment.
    • Players are not required to wear masks on the team bench.

    West Florida Baptist Academy

    In an effort to provide a low-risk environment for the transmission of COVID-19 during the current pandemic, WFBA coaches and administrators are asking that the following guidelines, procedures and recommendations be followed at all WFBA sporting events until further notice:

    • Please do NOT attend if you are feeling sick or have been around anyone who has been sick!!
    • Cloth Face Coverings (masks) or face shields are REQUIRED to enter the gym.  Once inside the gym, each spectator will get their temperature checked.  You must have a temp below 100.4 to enter.  You will receive a wristband or sticker after entering, and you must wear this all day, or pay and get temp checked again!  Once inside the gym, masks may be removed, only when social distancing has been achieved in the stands or with the people you came with.  We ask everyone to wear a mask when going in and out of the gymnasium and where social distancing is not achievable (in lobby, restrooms, etc.).
    • Players will all have temperatures checked before their games or immediately upon entry into the gym at a specific area.  After this, we expect coaches to monitor temperatures for their own players.
    • Social Distancing is a key to providing a safe environment for our players and fans. Please be respectful and stay with your group/team as much as possible.  Sanitation stations will be available behind each bench and throughout the gym. Each bench will be sanitized in between games when multiple games are being played.
    • Concessions will NOT be provided.  Feel free to bring in food/coolers, etc.  Please use trash receptacles provided in the gym.
    • Players should arrive with masks on and take them off at their bench to compete, and re-cover after the games.
    • Players do not need to shake hands with opponents after the game, please verbalize “good game” or congratulations from your bench areas.
    • We will NOT provide water stations.  Please have each player bring their own water bottle/drink and have their name written on it, if it is reusable.  Do NOT share water bottles!
    • Locker rooms are available for changing/restrooms or team meetings.  They are small locker rooms, so their use is optional.  The school hallway (behind the benches) may be used for stretching/warmup or team meetings.  A coach MUST accompany any players in this hallway!
    • We will attempt to live stream all games for fans wishing to stay home and watch, or to check the schedule of games while outside the gym.  (YouTube search for West Florida Baptist Academy, or go to for a link.)


    NOTE: We understand that these measures might not be agreeable to every person entering the gym.  However, we want our sons and daughters to have a full season of sports this year and will do anything in our power to mitigate the risk of missing weeks of playing time for a player or an entire team!  Please be considerate to our administration, staff, coaches and volunteers who are trying to make sure these students get the season they deserve!

    Gulf Pointe Latin School

    COVID-19 protocol and response policies for sports games are intended to mitigate, not eliminate, risk. No single action or set of actions will completely eliminate the risk of COVID-19 transmission, but implementation of some coordinated interventions can greatly reduce that risk. It is our desire to help mitigate the risk, while still enjoying the benefits of competitive play.


    • Wearing of a mask shall be determined by each family and/or individual, this includes players, coaches and spectators.
    • We will not require masks to be worn by players or coaches entering or exiting the building. 


    • All visiting players and coaches, as well as all spectators will be screened with a few questions and have their temperature taken upon arrival.  Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will kindly be asked to leave.
    • We will ask spectators to be wise and to seek to physically distance themselves from others outside their family/group while viewing the games.  Seating in the gym should allow for proper spacing between families and groups.


    • Bathrooms and other common areas will be disinfected during school and every day after school, so as to be sanitized for each game in the gym.
    • We ask that players wash their hands before exiting the locker room prior to the game, and utilize hand sanitizer periodically throughout the duration of the game. Each visiting team is asked to provide hand sanitizer for their players and coaches on the bench.
    • GPLS will provide hand sanitizer at the entry/exit door.
    • We ask players to not shake hands prior to, during, or after the game, but fist bumps or elbow bumps are permitted.

    Panhandle Christian Conference

    New Year, New Look! Welcome to the new Panhandle Christian Conference Website. Here you can find all  information on the conference, schools, games and much more. 

    Tournament Dates and Locations

    East Volleyball : Oct 16-17  @ East Hill Christian
    West Volleyball : Oct  16-17 @ Central Christian
    Soccer Playoffs 1st Round: Oct 16-17 @ Higher Seed Team
    Volleyball / JV Final : Oct 23-24@ West Florida Baptist
    Soccer Final Four: Oct 23-24 @  Trinitas Christian 
    East Basketball Regionals: Feb 12-13 @  West Florida Baptist
    West Basketball Regionals: Feb 12-13 @  Atmore Christian
    Basketball Finals / JV Finals: Feb 19-20 @ East Hill Christian
    East Baseball Regional: April 23-24 @ Trinitas Christian
    West Baseball Regional: April 23-24 @  PCA
    Softball Finals: April 31 - May 1 @  Central Christian School in Loxley
    Baseball Finals: April 31 - May 1 @ Central Christian School in Loxley 
    Annual  Meeting: At First Baptist Church of Robertsdale, Aug 7, 2020 beginning at 1:00 pm. Church Address 18200 AL-104, Robertsdale, AL 36567

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    Training for the 2019-2020 Season

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    Complete course training and turn in certificate to your AD.

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