| The thirteen schools that are taught, within this program to promote grassroots sport, strictly follow the restrictions and prevention measures set by the General Directorate of Sports | All activities have their development protocol, with independent exits and entrances, exchange periods to avoid group coincidences, disinfection of materials, taking temperature and use of a mask Although subject to the evolution of the pandemic, and by virtue of the order for sports practice in the Region, initially three progressive phases of adaptation have been planned, which will increase the ratio and type of training The offer ranges from the categories of Pre-youngest to Cadet, with the schools of Chess, Athletics, Modern Dance, Basketball, Duathlon, Soccer, Nature, Para-sports, Skating, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Futsal, Tennis and Volleyball 0.
The 'Municipal Sports Schools', organized by the Department of Sports of the Caravaca de la Cruz City Council, have started with the participation of about a thousand students, who in this first phase receive classes in small groups of ten per monitor, without exercises of physical contact and eliminating interaction at the exits, entrances and interior of the facilities thanks to an access and signaling device. The thirteen schools of this grassroots sports promotion program launched in this academic year strictly follow the restrictions and prevention protocol for sports practice set by the Directorate General of Sports of the Region of Murcia. The Councilor for Sports has highlighted "the work developed by the area and the team of monitors in order to adapt to the situation and not deprive minors of an activity that favors their physical and personal development.
This has required an extra effort and coordinated that is definitely worth it.
" "Our Sports Schools are a space in which healthy life habits are promoted and where values ??such as solidarity, responsibility, teamwork, respect or self-discipline are also worked on," said Fernández Tudela, who has remarked " the importance of joining forces so that, with all possible guarantees, this crisis does not also mean that several generations may lose their love of sport and that, furthermore, young talents from Caravaca, with regional and national projection, see their career paralyzed without regulated training.
" Although subject to the evolution of the pandemic, and following the order of the Ministry of Tourism, Youth and Sports, initially three progressive phases of adaptation have been planned.
Classes have started with ten students per group and, in mid-November, the ratio is expected to be expanded to 25, which will allow attending some modalities with a waiting list. Among the numerous adaptation measures to the current context introduced by the Caravacan City Council, it is found that enrollment has become bimonthly and you can change sports modality, free of charge, a month after having formalized your registration. The offer of the 'Municipal Sports Schools' is accompanied by other novelties, prioritizing prevention measures, such as that the sessions are two weekly in all modalities and the group activities for the little ones are frozen for the moment, until a favorable advance of the pandemic, this involves those born in 2016 and 2017. The offer ranges from the categories of Pre-youngest to Cadet, with the schools of Chess, Athletics, Modern Dance, Basketball, Duathlon, Soccer, Nature, Para-sports, Skating, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Futsal, Tennis and Volleyball. All activities have their development protocol and access to municipal facilities, with independent entrances and exits and exchange periods to avoid group overlaps. In addition, the COVID-19 regulation requires the mandatory use of a mask; the application of hydroalcoholic gel, taking the temperature, disinfecting all materials at the end of each session and not attending if you notice any of the symptoms associated with the coronavirus (such as a dry cough or fever).
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz