High School Athletic Summer Program Information
Information for summer programs will be available on the New Trier
webpage beginning January 25th.
Summer Youth Athletic Program & Strength & Conditioning Information
The New Trier Athletic Department is hoping to offer a full complement of youth athletic summer camps for 2021.
for the course catalog and to register for Youth Camps.
Unfortunately there was an error in the time of the youth camp for Girls Volleyball that was discovered today. The Camp will run July 12-16 from 12:30PM - 2:00 pm.
for the course catalog and to register for Youth Swimming & Diving Programs.
for the course catalog and to register for High School & Youth Strength & Conditioning.
The New Trier Athletic Department is excited to welcome your child on campus for our youth athletic programs this summer. Although we are moving in a positive direction for COVID-19 cases in the state and our community, we will continue to adhere to practices that place our students' safety and well-being at the forefront of everything we do. Please review the information below and complete the mandatory pre-participation agreement prior to the first day your child is scheduled to be on campus. You only need to complete the pre-participation agreement one time per child for all summer camps.
Parents/Guardians must complete a one-time (one per child) Pre-Participation Agreement prior to their child attending summer camp. No student will be allowed to participate in camp if the agreement is not completed. Please
to complete the agreement.
Arriving to Campus
Outdoor camps: Winnetka & Northfield Campus - students should report directly to their designated field, court, etc. and check in with their coach.
Indoor camps: Winnetka Campus - students should use N16 or E26 entrance upon arrival to campus. No indoor camps are being held at the Northfield Campus this summer.
optional for students participating in
sports when engaged in activities.
required for students participating in
indoor camps and activities. Exceptions include, swim lessons while active in the pool, wrestling when engaged in drills and live wrestling, and cheerleading when stunting or tumbling.
Positive COVID-19 Test & Quarantine
If a student tests positive for COVID-19, the Cook County Department of Public Health will conduct contact tracing to identify and notify close contacts. Under Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines, anyone determined to be a " close contact " to a person with a confirmed positive case of COVID-19 must quarantine for 10 days from the date of last contact . Students in quarantine may not attend in-person activities. A close contact is defined as someone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period, starting from 2 days before illness onset (or, for asymptomatic patients, 2 days before getting tested) regardless of mask wearing or other mitigation factors.
What are the exceptions to the requirements for a 10-day quarantine?
If your student is fully vaccinated (14 days post-second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or a single dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine,) they will be exempt from quarantine.
If your student has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days, they will be exempt from quarantine.
Can I shorten the quarantine period by getting a negative test result or a lab result showing the presence of antibodies?
No. Under IDPH guidance, there is no possibility of early release from quarantine with a negative COVID-19 test nor proof of antibodies.Thanks in advance for your cooperation, and feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.