Parents (Mitchell Minor Hockey)

MONKTON FACILITY RULES:  As we begin practices in Monkton, please see the Monkton arena facility rules posted below:

  • The door will be open 10-15 min before the scheduled ice time and will be locked once all players/parents have entered the facility
  • Use the main facility entrance to enter the arena (see the attached diagram - yellow highlight)
  • Use hand sanitizer inside the door
  • Follow signage to the assigned dressing room which will either be the back hallway or the front hallway
  • Players U13 and below are to arrive at the arena wearing all equipment except skates, helmet, gloves.
  • Dressing rooms capacity i 9 (this limit includes players and parents)
  • 1 parent per participant is permitted to attend
  • Parents can watch but must not stay in the lobby area.  Once the players are ready for the ice, parents are to enter the stands and sit in the designated area in the cold part.
  • All players and parents will exit the arena through the back hallway and out the back exit door (see the attached diagram - green highlight)
  • The facility capacity is 50 which includes the players on the ice and the parents in the stands.  Do not exceed this limit


All players and parents will be screened by a COVID Team representative when entering the facility.  Only one parent will be permitted at this time to be with your player at the arena.   See the screening questions below that you will be asked.  IF YOU ARE SICK PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE RINK!


The attached file is to be used by the COVID parent rep to complete at EVERY ice time.  The expectation is that you take a picture of the document and email it after the ice time to:   [email protected]  for storage in the event that any contact tracing be required. 



Please see pages 17-20 of the Safety Guidelines to determine how to manage your child(ren)'s symptoms and what steps to follow in order to return to hockey.  The Return to play Safety Guidelines are included in the link below.

Family physicians and the local public health unit will not be issuing notes for Return to play even though the document says that this is required.  Once children are symptom free for 24 hours if symptoms have been deemed to not be related to COVID 19 OR if a child tests positive for COVID 19 and has met their quarantine criteria as outlined by public health and no longer has symptoms, they will be permitted to return to play.  
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