Concord-Carlisle Youth Basketball is committed to providing a safe environment for our players and coaches. We are carefully monitoring guidelines from both the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. CCYB follows Concord Public Schools guidelines for COVID protocols.
We will have a zero tolerance policy for non-compliance to the CCYB COVID Safety Policy this season. We have worked closely with Metrowest, who has their own policies defined here. If you can not or will not comply with the policies set forth, please do not register your child to play.
Parents/guardians must register their player's attendance via the SSU Play App for contact tracing purposes.
Players who test positive must quarantine for a minimum of five days from symptom onset or positive PCR/antigen test, and can return to play once fever is gone for a minimum of 24 hours (without medication) and symptoms have subsided.
Players who are vaccinated and are close contacts with COVID cases outside of their household do not need to quarantine.
Players who are not vaccinated and are close contacts with COVID cases outside of their household must quarantine for five days.
Players and coaches will be required to wear masks at practices, and potentially for games pending official Metrowest guidance. This complies with the state of MA mandate for masks in schools as well as the requirements of our gym providers.
Spectators will not be allowed in the facilities where practices will take place. Individual facilities will determine whether or not spectators are authorized for games, and under what terms.
Players should bring their own hand sanitizer to practices and games.
CCYB follows the Concord Public Schools procedures for COVID response and notification procedures and will coordinate with the Concord Board of Health in regard to the timing of the resumption of activities for that team.
If your child is exhibiting COVID symptoms, please contact your Head Coach and the CCYB COVID response e-mail, at
(monitored by Marc Caruso and Tom Isenberg) and by text at 978-618-7906 for more immediate issues.