At Summer Smash Tennis, the safety of our students, families, and coaches is always our first priority. We understand that many students and parents may have concerns regarding COVID-19 and its potential effects on Summer Smash classes and programs.
In developing a COVID-19 action plan, Summer Smash is actively monitoring and following the guidance of public health agencies across Canada. These include the Public Health Agency of Canada and WorkSafe BC, as well as guidelines issued by Tennis Canada. This may result in the decision to cancel programs in the interests of ensuring safety.
As an organization, we are hopeful that our collective efforts will help flatten the curve. This is a constantly evolving situation and we would like to thank all of our students and parents for their understanding and patience during this difficult time.
1. Can I currently register for a Summer Smash Tennis program?
Please continue to check our Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer pages for programs on offer at the following locations:
Kerrisdale Community Centre
West Point Grey Community Centre
Mount Pleasant Community Centre
Dunbar Community Centre
West Point Grey Academy (WPGA).
2. Is Summer Smash Tennis offering private lessons during this time?
Yes! Our private lessons are offered from April to September. We are currently offering a limited amount of private and small group lessons. These are available for booking directly through Summer Smash Tennis. To book a private or small group lesson with a Summer Smash Coach, please fill out our Private Lesson Request Form and we will be in touch with you shortly to schedule your first session.
3. What is Summer Smash Tennis doing regarding safety at camps and private lessons?
We have a series of procedures and protocols in place to help protect our students and staff, including physical distancing, regular sanitization, and record keeping. Please see below for our specific safety measures for students and staff: