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2020 Registration

Welcome to the Durbin Crossing Dolphins registration! We are excited your children will be swimming with us this season. Please plan to take 15-30 minutes to complete this registration. 

All new swimmers will be required to attend evaluations on Monday, April 20th from 5-7pm at the South Pool. The evaluation will consist of demonstrating the ability to swim from one end of the pool to the other without assistance and to float/swim on the back without assistance. Other skills to demonstrate comfort and safety in the water may be requested at the discretion of the coaches. Safety of all swimmers is our top priority! During evaluations, if your child is not able to meet the criteria, we will issue a full refund of all fees. 

Parent/Guardian Information

At least one parent/guardian registration is required.
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Athlete Information

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Year Round Swimmer

Do you swim on a year-round team in addition to summer league?

Dolphins Swim Team Waiver and Release

I desire to participate in the 2020 Dolphins Swim Team which includes but is not limited to my member team activities such as practices, dual meets, championships and related activities. In consideration of my participation, I certify that I am in good health and have no physical or other impediment which would endanger me while participating in these activities and that I have been released and authorized by my doctor to participate in the activities of the swim team. I acknowledge and agree these activities have inherent risks. I have full knowledge of the nature and extent of all the risks associated with these activities which include serious injury or death. Swimming can result in serious injury and death from diving accidents, diving off starting blocks, drowning, incidents with other swimmers, falls on deck etc. These incidents can lead to serious injury, head injuries, paralysis and death. I knowingly and freely assume all such risks. In consideration of my participation in these activities, I hereby (on behalf of myself, my legal representatives, parents, heirs, executors, administrators, assigns) release and forever discharge The Dolphins Swim Team, including its officers, directors, volunteers, employees, agents etc. from and relinquish and forever waive, any and all claims and causes of action arising out of my participation in the league for negligence, gross negligence, and such other actionable conduct resulting in personal or bodily injury, property damage or death.

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CDD Waiver & Release

I, ____________________________________, on behalf of myself, my personal representatives, my minor children and my heirs hereby voluntarily agree to indemnify, defend, release, hold harmless, and forever discharge the Durbin Crossing Community Development District (the “District”), and its present, former, and future supervisors, staff, officers, employees, representatives, agents, and contractors from any and all liability, claims, lawsuits, actions, suits, or demands, whether known or unknown, in law or equity,for any and all loss, injury, damage, theft, real or personal property damage, expenses (including attorney’s fees, costs and other expenses for investigation and defense and in connection with, among other proceedings, alternative dispute resolution, trial court, and appellate proceedings), and harm of any kind or nature arising out of, or in connection with, my children’s and my guests’ use of the facilities and lands owned by the District in connection with the Durbin Crossing Dolphins Swim Team, Inc., including any and all on-site or off-site activities related to the Durbin Crossing Dolphins Swim Team, Inc., and any transportation to and from such activities. I expressly acknowledge that I assume all risk for any and all injuries and illness that may result from my, my children’s and my guests’ participation in any and all of these activities, including but not limited to any injuries sustained by me, my children, and my guests. Without limiting the foregoing, I hereby acknowledge and agree that the District will not in any way supervise or oversee the activities occurring on the District’s property in connection with the Durbin Crossing Dolphins Swim Team, Inc. This Waiver and Release is binding upon me, my children, my guests, my heirs, executors, legal representatives, and successors. The provisions of this Waiver and Release will continue in full force and effect even after the conclusion of my use of the District’s property. The provisions of this waiver of liability may be waived, altered, or amended or repealed, in whole or in part, only upon the prior written consent of the District. I understand that this document is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the laws of the State of Florida. I further understand that nothing in this waiver and release shall constitute or be construed as a waiver of the District's limitations on liability contained in Section 768.28, Florida Statutes or other statute or law. I agree that if any portion of this waiver and release is deemed invalid, that the remainder will remain in full force and effect.


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What is a concussion? 

Concussion is a brain injury. Concussions, as well as all other head injuries, are serious. They can be caused by a bump, a twist of the head, sudden deceleration or acceleration, a blow or jolt to the head, or by a blow to another part of the body with force transmitted to the head. You can’t see a concussion, and more than 90% of all concussions occur without loss of consciousness. Signs and symptoms of concussion may show up right after the injury or can take hours or days to fully appear. All concussions are potentially serious and, if not managed properly, may result in complications including brain damage and, in rare cases, even death. Even a “ding” or a bump on the head can be serious. If your child reports any symptoms of concussion, or if you notice the symptoms or signs of concussion yourself, your child should be immediately removed from play, evaluated by a medical professional and cleared by a medical doctor. 

What are the signs and symptoms of concussion? 

Concussion symptoms may appear immediately after the injury or can take several days to appear. Studies have shown that it takes on average 10-14 days or longer for symptoms to resolve and, in rare cases or if the athlete has sustained multiple concussions, the symptoms can be prolonged. Signs and symptoms of concussion can include: (not all-inclusive) • Vacant stare or seeing stars • Lack of awareness of surroundings • Emotions out of proportion to circumstances (inappropriate crying or anger) • Headache or persistent headache, nausea, vomiting • Altered vision • Sensitivity to light or noise • Delayed verbal and motor responses • Disorientation, slurred or incoherent speech • Dizziness, including light-headedness, vertigo(spinning) or loss of equilibrium (being off balance or swimming sensation) • Decreased coordination, reaction time • Confusion and inability to focus attention • Memory loss • Sudden change in academic performance or drop in grades • Irritability, depression, anxiety, sleep disturbances, easy fatigability • In rare cases, loss of consciousness 

What can happen if my child keeps on swimming with a concussion or returns too soon? 

Athletes with signs and symptoms of concussion should be removed from activity (play or practice) immediately. Continuing to play with the signs and symptoms of a concussion leaves the young athlete especially vulnerable to sustaining another concussion. Athletes who sustain a second concussion before the symptoms of the first concussion have resolved and the brain has had a chance to heal are at risk for prolonged concussion symptoms, permanent disability and even death (called “Second Impact Syndrome” where the brain swells uncontrollably). There is also evidence that multiple concussions can lead to long-term symptoms, including early dementia. 

What do I do if I suspect my child has suffered a concussion? 

Any athlete suspected of suffering a concussion should be removed from the activity immediately. No athlete may return to activity after an apparent head injury or concussion, regardless of how mild it seems or how quickly symptoms clear, without written medical clearance from an appropriate health-care professional (AHCP). In Florida, an appropriate health-care professional (AHCP) is defined as either a licensed physician (MD, as per Chapter 458, Florida Statutes), a licensed osteopathic physician (DO, as per Chapter 459, Florida Statutes), or a licensed physicians assistant under the direct supervision of a MD/DO (as per Chapters 458 and 459, Florida Statutes). Close observation of the athlete should continue for several hours. You should also seek medical care and inform your child’s coach if you think that your child may have a concussion. Remember, it’s better to miss one game than to have your life changed forever. When in doubt, sit them out. 

When can my child return to play or practice? 

Following physician evaluation, the return to activity process requires the athlete to be completely symptom free, after which time they would complete a step-wise protocol under the supervision of a licensed athletic trainer, coach or medical professional and then, receive written medical clearance of an AHCP. For current up-to-date information on concussions visit http://www.cdc.gov/concussioninyouthsports/ or http://www.cdc.gov/concussioninyouthsports/

Statement of Parent Responsibility: I have read and understand the above information on concussion. I realize if my child/children display any of these symptoms that I should consider seeking medical attention for my child/children. Furthermore, I have been advised of the dangers of participation for that of my child/children.

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Parent Code of Conduct

Parent/Guardian Parents have a key role in developing a positive team and family environment. The following are offered as guiding principles of the Durbin Crossing Dolphin Swim Team. Summer swimming is an opportunity to have fun with your children, build relationships and enhance your community spirit. 

1.Do not force an unwilling child to swim. 

2. Encourage your child to follow the rules. Take the time to review and educate each child on the expectations of behavior. 

3. The pool deck is the Coaches domain. Any and all questions or comments can be directed to the Coach as per the Coaches preference. Complaints or concerns about the coaching must be posed to the Parent Liaison or board member on deck. Do not expect to have the Coach address questions before, during or after practices, as there will be limited time. 

4. During swim meets the Coaches will be focused on the swimming at hand. Do not attempt to discuss issues with the Coaches at this time. 

5. Applaud good effort by your child. Offer praise for competing fairly and trying hard. Personal improvement is as important as winning! 

6. Respect the value of volunteers and officials. They are parents trying to do their job well. Please voice your concerns to the Parent Liaison or Board Member rather than confronting the officials or volunteers directly. 

7. Direct all concerns in a positive, constructive manner. Issues that arise need to be dealt with promptly as it is a short season. 

8. Swimming has a harassment policy. The Dolphins support and abide by this policy. All incidents of this nature should be reported to the Team Representative or Parent-at-Large. 

9. Accept your role as an Ambassador for the Dolphins Swim Team – your behavior and positive support help our community look good! 

As a parent or guardian of a participant I agree to the following: 

1. I will act in a sportsmanlike manner towards members of the team, their family members and fellow competitors. 

2. I will not use inappropriate language or gestures. 

3. I will refrain from any and all hurtful behaviors to include physical contact of any fashion including shoving, striking a person before, during or after a practice or meet.

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Swimmer Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct is to enhance the positive experience of all swimmers and ensure that we are providing a fun, safe and positive learning environment for all participants and spectators. Please note that this code of conduct is for all programs associated with the Dolphins Swim Team. All members as well as their parents and/or guardians of the Dolphins Swim Team must follow the Code of Conduct as listed below. Failure to comply will results in immediate disciplinary action determined by the guidelines listed below. Any member or prospective member of SJSSL Swimming may be denied membership, censured, placed on probation, suspended for a definite or indefinite period of time with or without terms of probation, fined or expelled from SJSSL Swimming if such member violates the provisions of the SJSSL Swimming Code of Conduct. Bullying is unacceptable and will not be tolerated by The Dolphins Swim Team. The Dolphins Swim Team is committed to providing a safe, caring and friendly environment for all of our members. Bullying is defined as the use of aggression, whether intentional or not, to hurt another person. Bullying can result in emotional distress and/or harm to his/her self or their property. Bullying can also disrupt the training process or the orderly operation of any swim team activity (practices, workouts, events etc.). Violation of this procedure is a direct violation to The Dolphins Swim Team Code of Conduct and may result in suspension and/or termination from The Dolphins Swim Team. 

Swimmer Reporting Procedure: An athlete that feels that he or she has been bullied is asked to do one or more of the following things: 1.Talk to your parents 2.Talk to your Coach, Board Member or other supervising adult 3.Write a letter or email The Dolphins Swim Team, Board Member or other designated individual.

As a participant in the Dolphins Swim Team, I agree to the following: 

1. I will act in a sportsmanlike manner towards my teammates and fellow competitors. 

2. I will understand and follow proper lane etiquette and refrain from behavior that will inhibit the progress of my fellow swimmers. 

3. I will not enter the pool without approval from a Coach or Official. 

4. I will not use tobacco products, alcoholic beverages or drugs other than those prescribed by physician before or during a practice or meet. 

5. I will be respectful and supportive of my teammates whenever and wherever possible. 

6. I will refrain from any and all hurtful behaviors including but not limited to pinching, hitting, kicking, teasing, fighting, name calling etc. 

7. I will not use inappropriate language or gestures. I will not make insulting or derogatory remarks, gestures, and acts to include taunting. 

8. I will not influence or show disgust with a Coach or Official’s decision. 

9. I will be respectful of all coaches, officials and meet staff at all times. 

10. I will not talk while coaches, officials or meet staff are speaking. I will answer respectfully when spoken to and follow directions/instructions. 

11. I will bring all necessary equipment, supplies and uniform to each practice/meet and be responsible for my belongings. 

12. I will arrive on time to all practices and meets. 

13. I will have a positive attitude, always do my best and HAVE FUN!!

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Photo Waiver

I authorize the Durbin Crossing Dolphins to use photographs and audio/video recordings of my child/children taken during the aquatic activities and events related to The Durbin Crossing Dolphins. By acknowledging this document, I consent to The Durbin Crossing Dolphins the use of these images, audio, and video in print/online communications and marketing materials.

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Parent Handbook Acceptance

I certify that I have read and understand all pages of the rules and guidelines in the 2020 Handbook (available  here). I understand that by signing this agreement I agree with all the terms outlined in the 2020 Handbook and will do my best to abide by them.

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Volunteer Commitment

Parent support is vital to the success of the Dolphins Swim Team! Adults are needed to help in many different capacities. All parents who agree to volunteer must sign the Volunteer Liability and Release and Indemnification Form prior to participating in any type of volunteer activity.

We understand that emergencies occur and children get sick at the last minute. If you find yourself in this situation at the last minute when you are supposed to volunteer, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator immediately to coordinate a replacement.

All parents are required to volunteer for four (4) volunteer shifts during the regular summer season and one (1) session during Champs. This is five (5) shifts per family, not per swimmer. If the 4 volunteer shifts are not completed before Champs, you will lose your returning swimmer status for signups the following season.

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