Due to the impending rain & possible thunder storm this evening, there will be NO practice today5-5-2021. See you all Friday!
DAILY COVID-19 SCREENING QUESTIONS
IF YOU ANSWER "YES" TO ANY OF THE QUESTIONS/SYMPTOMS BELOW, AND YOU CANNOT EXPLAIN THESE SYMPTOMS BY KNOWN ALLERGIES OR NON-INFECTIOUS ILLNESSES, THEN YOU CANNOT ENTER THE COMPLEX FOR THE SAFETY OF OTHERS.
1.) HAVE YOU HAD ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS IN THE PAST THREE DAYS THAT ARE NOT
EXPLAINED BY ALLERGIES OR A NON-INFECTIOUS CAUSE?
SHORTNESS OF BREATH OR DIFFICULTY BREATHING
FEVER OR CHILLS
MUSCLE OR BODY ACHES
NAUSEA OR VOMITING
RUNNY NOSE OR STUFFY NOSE
RECENT LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL
2.) Have you been in close contact (less than six feet) with anyone with COVID-19 or symptoms of COVID-19
in the past 14 days?
3.) Have you traveled anywhere outside the 50 United States in the past 14 days?
4.) Have you traveled to Rhode Island for a non-work-related purpose from a location with a high
community spread rate (see list maintained by the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH)
at www.health.ri.gov/covid )?
5.) Have you been directed to quarantine or isolate by the Rhode Island Department of Health or a
healthcare provider in the past 14 days? If so, when does/did your quarantine or isolation period end?
IF YOU ANSWER "YES" TO ANY OF THE QUESTIONS/SYMPTOMS ABOVE, AND YOU CANNOT EXPLAIN THESE SYMPTOMS BY KNOWN ALLERGIES OR NON-INFECTIOUS ILLNESSES, THEN YOU CANNOT ENTER THE COMPLEX FOR THE SAFETY OF OTHERS.
FAST TRACK began as a developmental track & field youth club that introduced middle school students to the sport in order for them to have interest upon entering high school. Since 2009, FAST TRACK has developed many athletes from the developmental level into athletes who has gone on to compete at the high school level, USA Track & Field Junior Olympic Championships, and onto college. More importantly, FAST TRACK encourages student-athletes to become active during idle time, to engage in academics regularly, to encourage athletes to become productive members of society by engaging into steady employment OR higher education at the completion of high school.