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Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present and we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed when attending our events.  However, JCW Foundation, Inc. is committed to adhering to guidelines that seek to protect the health and safety of our players and their families, coaches, officials, and spectators who attend our events. 

Therefore, based on CDC guidance, as well as state and local guidance, we have established standards that will be utilized at our events, such as recommending face coverings; promoting proper physical distancing unless individuals live in the same house; and cleaning and sanitation to protect the health and safety of those who participate in and attend our events.  We also request that any player or family member who is feeling sick or has a temperature please stay home.

We fully understand that change can be difficult, and at times seem inconvenient; however, we feel that these changes are necessary to keep our players and others as safe as is feasible.

Cheryl and Jimmy Washington, JCW Foundation, Inc.


Dear Parents,

First and foremost, we hope that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy.  We know that the pandemic has been stressful to many but recognize that exercising and participating in activities like sports can be a healthy way to cope with stress and connect with our community.  The health and safety of our athletes, families, and volunteers remain our highest priority, and we are taking several actions to help ensure we are lowering COVID-19 risk as much as possible while allowing our athletes to play.  We are:

  1. Intensifying cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces and shared objects
  2. Reducing physical closeness or contact between players when possible
  3. Promoting health hygiene practices
  4. Requesting that coaches, volunteers, officials, parents, and spectators wear a cloth face covering during practice and games.  Players may opt to wear a cloth face covering on the sidelines and during play if feasible.  As a reminder, a cloth face covering should not be placed on children younger than 2, anyone who has breathing trouble, or is incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the cover without assistance
  5. Limiting the sharing of equipment

Anyone who is sick or has been in contact with someone who has COVID-19- including players, family members, coaches, and spectators - should not attend practices or games.  Be on the lookout for symptoms of COVID-19, which includes fever, cough, or shortness of breath.  Call your doctor if you think you or a family member is sick.

If someone does get sick during practice or a game, the person will be asked to leave.  If you have a specific question about COVID-19, please contact us for more information.  You can also find out more information about COVID-19 at

We look forward to seeing you.  Now, let's play!

Thank you and stay healthy,

Cheryl and Jimmy Washington, JCW Foundation, Inc.


Practice:  As far as practice attire, shorts, t-shirt, cleats, and mouthpiece. Also, we will conduct health and safety checks (temperature). Also, sanitizer and masks will be available if needed.  Also, if your child shows signs of illness, he or she will not be allowed to practice.  Also, please help us to remind your child to sanitize before and after practice.

Game Day:  Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the game. Upon arrival, your child will be checked in ( temperature check, all paperwork, including birth certificate on file), and the official roster will be given to your coach.  If your child shows signs of illnesses, he or she will not be allowed to play for that game.  Also, please help us to remind your child to sanitize before and after the game.

If you have any questions please let us know.

As always, blessings to you and yours

Cheryl and Jimmy Washington

JCW Foundation, Inc.


Dear Parents,

In an effort to protect players from communicable diseases, including Covid 19, there will be no sharing of water bottles.  Rather, for practice and game day, players should have individual water bottles.

It is up to the parents in each division to decide whether or not to provide light, individually wrapped snacks for the players for practice or game day. Also, please be mindful of food allergies, especially to nuts, such as peanuts.

What we have seen in the past when we run tackle is several parents working together for a particular week so that the responsibility doesn’t fall on one person.

If you have any questions, please let us know.

As always, blessings to you and yours,

Cheryl and Jimmy Washington 

JCW Foundation, Inc.

JCW Foundation, Inc.

3654 Government Street, Suite 9
Alexandria, Louisiana 71302

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