Note: We will not be billing any member until they are able to return to classes.
As Washington County moves into its phased reopening, we at OGA are also able to slowly begin reopening. To ensure the safety of our athletes and staff, OGA’s phased reopening will be a slow and closely monitored process. The phases of OGA’s reopening are as follows:
Phase 1 (June 15th): Competitive Team Workouts and Summer Camps
Phase 2 (June 17th): Select All Star Classes
Phase 3 (TBD): Limited Recreational Classes and increased All Star Classes
Phase 4 (TBD): Increased Recreational and All Star Classes
Phase 5 (TBD): Activities including Indoor Park, Sensory Sunday, Birthday Parties, and Parent’s Night Out
During each phase of reopening, we will constantly be evaluating our processes and procedures to ensure best practices before moving on to our next phase. We will work diligently to uphold the restrictions and guidelines set forth by state and local government, as well as the recommendations given to us by the Oregon Health Authority, the CDC, and the WHO.
As we work through this phased reopening, some policy and procedural updates must be implemented. Please note the following:
Cleaning and Sanitization Procedures – In addition to our regular in-depth cleaning throughout the day and nightly janitorial services, we will be implementing even more cleaning and sanitization procedures within the gym. Staff members will work dedicated cleaning shifts to ensure each piece of equipment as well as any high-touch points (door handles, railings, etc.) are sanitized frequently. Additionally, all athletes and staff will be required to sanitize their hands before and after class.
Illness Policy – All athletes and staff will be expected to follow our updated illness policy which can be viewed here.
Employee Health Screenings – Employees will be required to undergo mandatory health screenings each day before starting their shift. This will include a temperature check and illness screening questions.
Face Masks – Per state regulations, all individuals ages 5 and older must wear a mask at all time in the building, including during workouts.
Spectating – To help limit the number of individuals in our building, we are asking parents to comply with state recommendations and refrain from spectating while their athlete is in class as long as it is safe to do so. Once their student is in class, parents are free to leave the facility as long as they have a contact number on file with our front desk and they are back by the end of their gymnast’s lesson. If a spectator is required for safety, only one spectator per athlete will be allowed in the building at a time.
Restrooms – Restrooms will be available for use; however, we ask that athletes change into their gymnastics attire and use the restroom before coming to gym.
Drinking Fountains – All drinking fountains will be closed for the time being, so we ask that all athletes bring a water bottle to class with them. Our touchless water bottle refill stations will still be available if your athlete needs more water.
Touchless Payment – We ask all members to have a credit card on file with our front office to allow for touchless payment. You can input this information via our member portal on our website or with the front desk directly.
Makeup classes – As we will have extremely limited availability, we will be amending our makeup policy for the time being. Through December 31st, athletes will have 90 days to use their makeup classes rather than the normal 30 days. We will continue to examine our makeup policy and make changes as necessary.