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Rainout Line

April through October please visit the  Wheatland Athletic Association RainOut Line

COVID 19 INFORMATION

For the most up to date information on COVID 19 protocol and guidance, please go to the following sites:

CDC - Playing Sports
CDC - When to Quarantine

State of Illinois - Current All Sports Guidance
Please note - All youth athletic organizations, including travel organizations, park districts, and little league, are required to abide by the Illinois All Sport Policy.  Although the IHSA (Illinois High School Association) adopted slightly different rules for their sports, those rules only apply to IHSA activities. 
It's important to remember, if you follow these guidelines; wear a mask, maintain 6 foot distance in dugout or on the sideline, don't carpool, etc., you will limit exposure and probably not have to quarantine if another participant becomes ill.  

DuPage County Health Department
Kendall County Health Department


What to do if you or your child have been notified of exposure?

CDC - When to Quarantine
From the DuPage County Health Department:   DCHD phone number is Phone: 630-682-7400.

 

 

 

WAA Weather Policy

WAA Weather Policy - Click to Review full policy. 

Games should always be suspended for lightning and should not resume until 30 minutes after the last lightning flash or thunder.  Please see detailed information below.

Parents always have the ultimate responsibility to make decisions regarding the participation and safety of their child.



During the warm weather WAA encourages participants to follow the guidelines below.

Game Time heat index of 88-95 degrees -  Parents and Coaches are encouraged to take extra steps to protect their players by making sure they keep them hydrated and by encouraging frequent substitution during games and practices. Parents should make sure that players are hydrated prior to participating and that they are wearing sunscreen.
 
Game Time heat index of 96-99 degrees -  Parents and Coaches are encouraged to take extra steps to protect their players by making sure they keep them hydrated and by encouraging frequent substitution during games and practices. Parents should make sure that players are hydrated prior to participating and that they are wearing sunscreen.  In addition, catchers should be allowed to catch only two innings in succession. 

Game Time heat index of 100-103 degrees - All procedures noted above and games should be reduced by one inning.  If it is a practice day, coaches are instructed to reduce the time of practice, take frequent breaks and keep players well hydrated by having them drink water.

Game Time heat index of above 103 – Officials, coaches and parents should consider cancelling the game.

The above are merely guidelines and it is the responsibility of parents to make the ultimate decision as to the participation of their child in WAA events when heat may be a factor.  Parents need to consider the age and physical condition of their child. Parents also have the ultimate responsibility to inform their child about the dangers of heat and need for protection, including sunscreen and proper hydration before, during and after an event. Parents and coaches should familiarize themselves with the signs of heat related illnesses. This information has been adapted from the American College of Sports Medicine Position Stand on Exertional Heat Illness during Training and Competition. Because WAA utilizes many sites in the area and weekend games occur throughout the day, we encourage coaches and parents to monitor the current conditions.  The current heat index is available at: www.weather.com   See the “feels like” temperature.

 

The information below is excerpted from the National Weather Service website (www.nws.noaa.gov)

NOAA's heat alert procedures are based mainly on Heat Index Values. The Heat Index, sometimes referred to as the apparent temperature is given in degrees Fahrenheit. The Heat Index is a measure of how hot it really feels when relative humidity is factored with the actual air temperature. To find the Heat Index temperature, please click on the link above.

 

Contact Information

WAA Main Office
Phone:  630-978-2855
Email:   [email protected]
Fax:      630-978-2954

                             
Team Chicago Office
Phone:  630-978-8244
Email:  [email protected]


WAA Sports Center
Phone:  630-978-2855 or
              630-978-1608


WAA Training Center
Phone:  630-978-5150

WAA Office Hours:
Mon – Thurs: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Friday:  10:00am-6:00pm  (seasonally adjusted)
Sat: 8:00am – 12:00pm

Contact Us

Wheatland Athletic Association

2323 Liberty St 
Aurora, Illinois 60502

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 630-978-2855
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