Please read below for our policies designed to keep everyone as safe as possible moving forward.
United Sports Tae Kwon Do is committed to the safety of our students, coaches, and their family members at home. In that some of us or our loved ones may be at high risk of serious illness due to Covid-19, the following procedures will be in place until further notice.
This list is subject to change. Decisions will be guided based on facts provided by science and medical experts, and state law. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
- Everyone who enters United Sports will have their temperature taken by a camera. Anyone with a fever will be asked to leave. If you or a household member feels sick, stay home.
- TKD parents, students, and coaches must wear a mask inside United Sports. We will take water breaks, and not do strenuous cardio indoors with masks on.
- Parents and guardians and any non-essential participants should remain outside during class. Make sure we have your most recent cell phone number. Please escort young children to and from the dojang. You may park curbside to do this (flashers on, less than 5 minutes).
- All students should wash their hands with soap and water before and after each class.
- Bring your own water bottle, a hand towel, and sneakers. We may train outside.
- Class sizes will be limited to 8 people in Studio A, and 6 in Studio B. As we will need to run at 33-50% of our normal capacity, we need to limit classes to 1 in-person a week during this phase. These classes can be scheduled up to two weeks in advance.
- All in-person TKD classes will be 1 hour. Little Tigers will be 40 minutes. Online classes will be expanded to 45-50 minutes.
- There will be a 15-minute space between classes to allow for transition of students and for cleaning the dojangs.
- To minimize the spread of Covid, handshakes, fist bumps, elbow bumps, and any contact not 100% necessary will be eliminated.
- We will not share hand targets. Students will have their own and will clean it after class.
- To minimize oral transmission of the virus, we will eliminate kiyops (yelling) during this phase when training indoors.
Our mission is “To help students to become the best version of themselves.” We understand that children learn differently. From the grade school child with ADHD who wants to gain control and focus, to the elite athlete who wants to win a national championship, we work with every student “where they are” to guide them toward their best future.