Good morning from Penn State...unable to camera today unfortunately
CU Boulder -my team found this article helpful https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/its-pandemic-work-from-home-brad-judy/
Chris from WVU. Still doing weekly one on one with each staff member. Also doing a staff check in/coffee hour every other day. Some staff are seeking more, others are happy with this.
More check-ins and personal "how are you", "what do you need" check-ins.
KU is big with skype for business, that's how we communicate most of the time and that's still active for us chat-wise
We are reminding our newer coordinators on a daily basis that Furlough is not on the table right now and we will continue to work hard to prove our value
so we do daily chats and such to help navigate
Is anyone having communications about students working more than 28 hours/week once our rec centers open back up due to staffing issues?
At MSU Denver, I am using it as an opportunity to reconnect with former fitness staff who are going to serve as a panel to talk to my current employees about opportunities in fitness.
We have asked that questions to be brought up with the division and HR.
Bob @ W&M: We as Assoc. Dir. don't always have the most current, or behind the scenes info. That is difficult to help staff manage expectations.
I feel that since our Exec Director is pulled in so many directions, the day to say fall on myself. Anybody else feeling the same way, how are you managing the areas you are not too familiar with?
At San Jose State I introduced the idea to the managers about thinking ahead and to begin to plan out the “layering” of what it will take to open our facility again. I asked them to think about each task and put a timeline to the task. It was received well and I could hear the positive about the idea.
Hey Ryan, I'm in the same boat. I've been very transparent and said: this area is not my strength. WHat can I do to better support you? What are you confused about? Help me help you.
Garry- Oklahoma. Our campus announced Thurd
At James Madison, the Leadership Team has increased the frequency of our meetings to share almost daily updates/changes. We have also added using Microsoft Teams to communicate more.
AT WVU myself and our director are struggling to balance our home/childcare, so we are not communicating as frequently as we normally would. I think our staff is feeling disconnected because myself and the Director are not available
Luckily I married a teacher!
Bob@W&M our campus started messaging the idea to change the goal from "Balance" to "Harmony." In any given moment, something is always more important than something else. Attend to the thing that is important, b/c that is true and right in the moment. Attend to the other things when it is right and true to do it. We need to model that for our department and give ourselves permission to be ok with it!
Great message Bob!
At Kennesaw State we were given notice this week that academic courses will remain vital for the remainder of spring and all of summer semester. There is a request process to have special permission to host on campus programs/events. But our facilities will stay closed through the summer semester.
At West Florida we have cancelled all summer programs and will have online through the summer. Current plan is to have staff return to campus on May 8th subject to change. Have cancelled all events in our facilities until May 30 also subject to change.
Washington State University - Does anybody believe their university might allow their rec centers and facilities open before they return to in person classes?
All University System of Georgia schools were notified that all May and Summer Semester classes would move online and no in person classes until the Fall. Our facilities are closed. They are tentativly planning to move back to normal on campus operations in the Fall based on the CDC and Public Health department advise.
At UAz I feel that we will be the first to open
Southern Miss - We originally were told April 30th. Now hearing towards the end of May. Game plan as of the moment was to open by summer but very fluid with the situation.
Concerning summer camps, is anyone doing anything from an online perspective to engage those kids that may have attended camps?
Garry from Oklahoma. Campus closed until July 31 and classes online as well. We believe we will not open until Aug. 1 at the earliest.
00:54:26Mary Ellen Milam
At TCU we currently are working from home until April 30 but expect that to change. Summer classes are all online. We are planning to open sometime in May. Maybe around the 15th
I've started calling it "physical distancing" cause I need the social part!
At James Madison, summer classes all online, campus closed until May 15, but Governor has closed until June 10, we expect decision this week to close university longer.
CWRU- we hope to open when allowed despite if we have remote classes since it’s not just students who use the facilities. But a lot of uncertainty as to when especially when we are closed in part by Ohio public health order.
At CSULB campus has no events through June, so our first session camps are cancelled. Staying tuned for July.
Hi, Louie at MSU Denver, those of you who are looking to reopen this summer, is your department looking at budget cuts?
For those that receive student fees for operating budgets, has anyone heard yet what your campus response will be for moving to purely online summer classes (and then likely not collecting student fees)? What type of financial support will you receive?
W&M, in Virginia, announced yesterday that summer school will be online at least through July 3. If allowed, we may bring students back to campus on July 6 for summer session 2.
[Olympic College] - same here in Washington. The governor just extended our stay home mandate until May 4th and he specifically named Recreational facilities.
Tulane - Share the concern with staffing if facility is asked to open while summer classes are online. We are not a regional school most of our student come from out of state and have been asked to leave campus.
At USU - we were still in the office even after our programs were shut down and we have been expanding our maintenance week for the last 3 weeks
UT Austin will look at a slow roll of all our facilities, so all staff will focus on one building at a time
@Kyle LeDuc - beard nod
Western Michigan University - How many people are exploring creating online learning modules for training and onboarding students coming back from this closure?
At JMU, hiring, training and having staff ready to reopen is also an issue. Plus all the paperwork and the I9's that have to be seen in person.
Winthrop University - Having staff able to work is one of our major concerns too. We were told by upper admin that we aren't allowed to recruit or hire new employees until further notice as well. We would like to open when safe, but having employees on campus to work is a huge hurdle.
We are utilizing Canvas to start training our staff
Santa Clara U- Will look to stagger the opening of our facilities. Our outdoor facilities will open right when we get the order. Will probably take one - two weeks to get staffing, training, etc. in place then reopen our main building.
At Harvard, we have a combo of students and non students. Our Service Coordinator, is constantly in touch with staff to determine their availability, and he has a skeleton schedule built for the planned return (May 4 in Mass currently).
WSU - we are looking at options for cross training current UREC student staff for various positions. We are in a hiring freeze, including student staff. Hoping to utilize those fitness instructors, IM officials, etc. in building positions if programming is still cancelled.
At ECU we've moved to Canvas as well for almost everything but CPR
Kansas State University- We have a hiring freeze in place for students that will need to be lifted before we can hire more student staff
Student staffing definitely a concern, but also making sure that all patrons are comfortable coming back to a facility so thinking about what a full disinfect of all rooms and equipment looks like to give them peace of mind, and who's going to do it, university, us, outsourced, etc.
CU Boulder Rec just decided to cancel a renovation project that had just began staging. It was a Rec leadership decision, not mandated. Tough decisions. Optics, politics, etc.. a lot to consider.
Is anyone hiring outside cleaning companies? Or sticking with in house custodial? Or having student/pro staff handle?
We lost all Housekeeping and Grounds services from the University on Monday. We will have to consider getting those staff on board at least two weeks prior to reopening.
Another neat option for virtual interviews is Spark Hire. They utilize one-way video interviews that individuals can do on their own time then you can get together with a committee (or have the links shared directly to them) to review the video interviews at a later date.
We are looking at servpro to come and sanitize
Kathryn, we are continuing with our in-house custodial team. We are actually working towards sharing housekeeping and maintenance across all of student affairs
This is somewhat basic, but I am wondering how you all streamline communication between campus, your Directors/Executive Directors and then the units/staff you support? With everyone working remotely, there is a lot more email and items may get lost or contradicted. How have you all managed this, if it has been an issue?
Kathryn-In the Risk Management Session the other day many Universities were discussing that topic. Many were going with outside companies. It might be worth looking through the chat or video from that session.
CWU - We are continuing with house staff.
Syracuse: We have a tentative date of residential classes resuming for 2nd summer semester. Developing contingency plans for a wide variety of scenarios: social distancing or not; having student staff or not; cleaning, etc.
WSU - for the budgeting concern, we are looking at options to limit the immediate impact, such as delaying new equipment purchases, pushing back a pool filter replacement 2-3 years, etc
We are doing our own videos and live workouts and expect that this may be part of our offerings in the future.
We run youth programs year round (preschool, swim lessons, youth leagues, etc., and were shutdown by Gov right in the middle of those sessions. At this time we are just in a postponement status until further notice. Anyone in the same boat?
We paused Private Lessons and PT Sessions, but refunded Group Lessons as our second session hadn't started
One question we have been trying to think through is how will our operation will change once we are open. Do we need to have additional student staff cleaning throughout the fitness center to maintain a level of cleanliness through out the day.
At JMU, we have in-house cleaning and maintenance crews. We have staggered shifts, developed project lists that would have been huge disruption to operations to keep them focused on re-opening.
Yes, all of out youth programming is on hold
Mike, WSU has very limited youth programs, but we are giving our swim lesson participants the option to wait and reenroll in the future or get a refund
CU Student Affairs Virtual Programming https://www.colorado.edu/studentaffairs/virtual-activities
VT Well-being website: https://well-being.vt.edu/
It is kind of like academic “persistence”. If they are still active but they have gone somewhere else, they are healthy and we have done our job.
Yep, there is another Risk Management conversation on April 13th
We are also figuring out how we can maintain a higher level of clean during our reopen/return to regular programming. We are also planning to see what virtual programs we can continue to offer to continue to serv
Winthrop Uni. - In response to Vicki's statement, our president ordered us to take down all nets on outdoor spaces. This week our soccer nets and volleyball nets were taken down in our outdoor IM spaces. This was in response to people using those spaces in large groups.
For online videos has anyone participants to fill out or click through an AOR? If so, how did you do that?
At JMU, just last night there was an incident with theft and attempt to get into the building. It is important to maintain presence in building to insure security during the times when people are out of work and desperate.
Our maintenance team with outside facilities is actually not mowing in hopes to grow it high enough that people wont want to play on it. A way to help with social distancing. Its working for us
Blair from KU
At ECU: We have a rotating staff member checking all facilities (Rec/Student Centers) each day. Outdoor facilities are no longer maintained and somewhat locked, but we are not monitoring participation.
Could we set up a Private School Round Table? We are finding a lot of things in these discussions are great for big state schools (like the cleaning options in the Risk Management Round Table) that are not options for us.
We usually do a deep clean and needed repairs over spring break. since we were shut down prior we completed it early. Currently we have Physical Therapy Clinic running out of our bulding so we can rotate some staff to do facility checks.
Our landing page on our website is dedicated to all online content across the department: https://campusrecreation.ucdavis.edu/
Great info! Let's do again!
yes, I have enjoyed these
Yes! Super helpful.
This has been great and some good resources. Especially how much things change daily
yep. its great, regardless of the pandemic
I think as the situation evolves we should meet should meet again
W&M Virtual Health & Wellness 2.0 https://www.wm.edu/offices/wellness/virtual/index.php
Yes, as we begin to reopen it will be helpful
01:12:54Brad Wilson- LSU
This is an awesome opportunity to connect, please keep the conversations going!
It’s extremely useful and my director loves that I can give them the feedback of what other schools are doing/thinking. I am always happy to help NIRSA
I'd like to get every ones ideas for a Reopening Checklist.
Is anyone looking to push their virtual personal training program harder to generate revenue?
What are some interesting professional development opportunities you have seen? I'm trying to find something to mix up my offerings for my staff.
Portland State is sitting down to start that list next week
definitely keep these going this is good information
Same question for professional development. What does that look like for our staff now?
where can you view the recoreded webinars?
https://www.coursera.org/ has access to a variety of development opportunities and many are free.
Thanks Emily Davidson
Louie at MSU Denver, I am looking at ACE, Exercise Etc, Barre Above, Schwinn indoor cycling for my fitness staff.
For Adventure specifically we are purchased an online module for Behavioral First Responder Certification. We've had a few mental health incidents on trips in the past year. https://www.alpengloweducation.com/bfr
There is an option for upcoming roundtables and for recorded roundtables there
NASPA offered a lot of their annual conference online, will NIRSA do the same?
Your institutions HR department probably has online offerings as well.
In the Director webinar this week, they talked about schools incentivizing staff taking early retirement as a cost saving measure. It's a "what if" but would impact this group if the director decides to leave in the coming months.
here’s the link https://www.businessinsider.com/coursera-yale-science-of-wellbeing-free-course-review-overview?fbclid=IwAR1C_qAjJ8ddcZs0BX_fdhij08WbTFzU7fcH_y0rUBpCeAerV4FeB9ggx6o
Yes - more coming soon!
01:18:51Teresa Clements - Chico State
NIRSA has been incredible through all this! Thank you
Thank you everyone, I have to jump into another meeting.
We're starting Book Clubs, Discussion around works such as Sinek, Brown, TEDtalks etc. which folks can listen to and not feel like they have to read an entire book (or purchase a book). These are being offered across Student Affairs. Trying to encourage engagement across campus.
@Chris Muller - we use Safe College's for HR training and that's what my staff as been using. But looking for some other interesting offerings
These roundtables have been great. For smaller group discussions, Zoom Rooms has been great to break-up a large department meeting into discussion groups then reconvene for reports at the end.
Possible chance of IM and Club Sport Institute being delivered virtually, still having conversations about it all.
Thank you so much Victoria! Thank you all! Have a fab weekend and hang in there.
The State of Washington has an Employee Assistance Program that had a few webinars for professional development
Yes! The State of Washington Enterprise Services offered a wide variety of trainings: https://des.wa.gov/services/training-and-development/online-learning-resources-workforce-development
Thanks all this was helpful. I am trying for the beard game but struggling to look like these beard strong guys.
A few more weeks and we'll see what color everyone's hair is! LOL!
Thank you all, thank you NIRSA for organizing these. I am interested in helping in the future.
At UC Davis in California, we are still able to hire however background checks are not being processed, either in person or from our online vendor. Even if we open up campus in late May/June, we are concerned about getting staff background checks processed in time.
We can't get background checks done because we provide them on campus which is closed. We are conducting interviews but can't hire anyone currently even though we plan to open as normal. and we can't hold trainings until people are hired, so there are a lot of things in the way of starting on time.
I am conducting Zoom Group interviews, one with a group of previous staff, and another with new employees. Also planning on creating a zoom meet and greet with hires because we will be offer to offer jobs to students.
UMSL is currently conducting interviews via zoom. We have a lot of students who want to return from last year. We have been keeping all applicants updated as the dates have changed for camp.
Reach out to departments who may be looking for new practicum/internship opportunities for their staff as traditional sites may not be operating
we were in the middle of interviews when we were told to transition remotely. zoom interviews now, being transparent about the plans in motion. also being clear about the time commitment, dates of training, end date no matter what
Although students cannot work at this time, we are still planning on hiring. We are interviewing with potential camp staff via zoom meetings with pro staff.
<3 virtualized I9
Staff training is all online.
Princeton has completed conducting counselor interviews, but we shared with the applicants that there is a chance that camp may be cancelled due to COVID19. As now, we are proceeding as normal until told differently.
how are you working on building camaraderie with your staff when it's virtual?
I was on an ACA forum before this. The lawyer says to tell the potential employe they are an “At Will Employee”
Depends when camp starts.....if it is right before that we open then all but CPR will be virtual
our job posting was pulled until we can hire......we had 19 people apply 🤦♀️
I’d be interested in the camaraderie piece too
was anyone on the ACA call yesterday - Rachel Satinsky (Employment Law attorney) recommended adding in "at-will" language and not promising anything or person may be eligible for unemployment.
Depending on enrollment if we only hire returners in person training may not be needed, just online refreshers.
ACA has a great library of online training options that you can customize for yoru needs.
We are going to play on a three day in person training unless we are told otherwise
The American Red Cross is offering a 90 day extension course for individuals with a current CPRO or Lifeguard certification. (Linked above)
free membership code is ACAFREE
Can I speak to that?
All student employees at our university are "at-will" employees. Anyone else?
I do work for ACA
www.acacamps.org/membership/free use the Code TIM
1 year of free individual membership
We plan to have both virtual and in person training but it will likely start later.
Yes for lay responder only
Richelle can you please send that to me too? SLowry8@kennesaw.edu
Last I knew once you complete the online course you have a year to test out the pratical skills
That is something we are considering
On the ACA forum they said not to do the temp because it isn’t the best indicator
On ACA Call they said you can to daily temps of staff.
we are doing zoom interviews
with staff and campers.
00:54:20Anne Marie Skylis
sorry - we said take every kid's temperature every day - the camp would be doing this?
no but that's a great point
we haven't even thought about that. that is a great thing to think about.
is anyone considering a policy on if a camper has a certain temp whether or not they can come to camp that day?
ACA Create your own training and Zoom
We are using expertonlinetraining.com
would anyone be willing to share their camp's communicable disease policy? firstname.lastname@example.org
Who (of you) will be checking camper’s temp at check in?
Canvas, zoom and safety skills
Like with a childs school - parents should know NOT to send their kids to camp unless they have been fever free without medicine for 24 hours.
ACA has a program that you can build your own sessions or use a pre-packaged program
Zoom for live communication and interviews. and then emailing out powerpoints and webinars
kahoot/padlet for interactions and check understanding
zoom has the breakout room option, which is great!
I would recommend getting a standard temperature from your Student Health Center if you are concerned
@DeVanee, we do a "wellness check" during check-in with the parents. the guidelines are "is there anything visible?" cuts, bruises, scratches, etc. that can be seen should be brought to parent's attention before they leave. when it comes to temperatures, usually you see the camper not being themselves, but you don't catch the temperature spike until later. there have been times where I mentioned a camper didn't look good, the parent touched their forehead, and made that assessment themselves right there. so nothing formal, but whatever is visible
Has anyone thought about providing childcare (cost or not) to current health care workers, essential employees, etc. currently??
I would also talk to your general counsel about taking campers temperatures. If a camper or staff member does get sick you may be opening yourself up to some liability...
Does anyone have a “Junior Counselor” program/position? If so, please email me I would love to hear more about your model! We are also in our second year of camp at WVU and would love to look at other “Parent/Employee Handbooks, Manuals, etc.” if you are willing to share! email@example.com
Tim, does this virtual training allow us to pass our ACA accreditation for us camps that are ACA accredited?
We are currently already running coffee hours and trivia nights for our staff to start that process
Lots more team building activities - but I have no ideas what they would look like
@Corrine, we have a Counselor In Training Program! I would be more than happy to share more information about it. Please reach out to me at Nora.firstname.lastname@example.org and we can set up a time to chat.
Michelle Cummings has been doing webinars on Virtual Team Building: http://web-extract.constantcontact.com/v1/social_annotation_v2?permalink_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fmyemail.constantcontact.com%2FTraining-Wheels--More-Virtual-Team-Building-Games-.html%3Fsoid%3D1101278278671%26aid%3DEjUpfdMqANQ&image_url=https%3A%2F%2Fmlsvc01-prod.s3.amazonaws.com%2Ff04fc496001%2F883a7441-c0dd-4b30-bb84-aab8ba7580cc.jpg%3Fver%3D1585694987000&fbclid=IwAR1gX9Zc_6mL6qcaNKvdn7SFljYozWxBlzqq5FFqjFiD270-YE9Fmw1tGf8
Since the poll results didn't share to screen, I'll list them here: 70% proceeding as normal; 29% planning with reduced/modified offerings; 15% exploring virtual camps; 7% cancelled (84 individuals responded)
A lot of universities with team building/challenge course programs are looking at online team building. If you have such a program I would encourage you to talk to them.
do you see a good turnout?
Are universities treating camps different that have to do with sports vs non contact programs?
01:03:14Abby Van Note
Nick, we've seen limited results so far but we started this week
Rec Sports Camp - very active (aka not daycare) at this point
We are looking to taking out our sport and kitchen camps at ohio state
We are active- not daycare.
our model is very similar to community recreation because they are our competitors
Has anyone explored moving camps to a school break like fall or christmas break?
Has anyone thought about the fact that schools may be closed, but the virus restrictions get lifted before the normal school year would have ended…Parents are going to be soooo ready to send their kids to camp. Is anyone planning to launch camps early in the outside chance this happens?
we already run those at osu
we've explored offering winter break camps, but never have because it's the only down-time I have to get any prep done
We have multiple "schools out" day camp during the year.
We talked about opening camps early, but everything is pointing to that not being an option to allow for trainings, registrations, and be truly ready
Keep in mind that supply ordering may become a big factor....orders that are on hold right now are potentially going to hit vendors all at the same time.
@mike what is the "schools out" day
Abby- we are putting that decision on the university
I would be hesitant to start early since we would not have staff adequately trained
same as Angela ^
We also do Presidents Day camp, spring break camp, birthday parties, special events, etc.
We've started a Google Classroom for our currently enrolled campers. We've tested it this week with all small group and will go live with all campers next week. We post instructions and material lists and then the campers can post their completed projects to share and interact. Eventually plan to offer counselor led Zoom activities. If camp does not happen this summer, we'll use this platform to provide a virtual camp. Haven't figured out pricing yet if we're virtual.
we also do snow day camps
@Nick how do you plan for those?
@jeremy can I spy in on one of your virtual sessions to see how everything goes?
Google Classroom allows you to add assignments, projects and NOT teach them at that time - my son does his classroom time all over the place
@Jeremy, I would love to see that as well!
for snow day We have parents put a deposit down in the fall and offer from January 15-March for only those campers 1. we set up an on call schedule week by week with staff that are on call. somehow it works. feel free to email me at Pangio.email@example.com and I can go in more detail
Keep your links private. Don’t post them on website or publicly viewed communications.
I would like to know more about who canceled and why - was it administration
Marketing and brand preservation if summer 2020 does not happen.
When they canceled are they saying June/July or limiting into the Fall as well?
Demonstation classes/activities for virtual engagement
For those conducting swim lessons during camp organizing it? How do you work in upcharges?
We are cancelling on-campus camps b/c our university has moved all summer classes online.
How are you organizing it. sorry touch screen deleted a portion
Would you do another session in May as well as we get closer to more camp dates and more potential closures or delays to starting camp it would be useful to be closer to the time camps launch
Thanks so much for hosting this round table!
thank you, everyone!
thank you so much! Super helpful
01:23:13Anne Marie Skylis
thanks all this was great
If the IM/SC Institute occurs, there will be a pre-conference on camps
so. many. carbs.
@Jean there is one already planned I believe
Thank you all!
I actually enjoy working from home!
thanks so much yall! check out the post with the red cross info on NIRSA connect
everything good, gravy!
Thank you everyone! stay safe.
Thank you from Boston College!
Thanks everybody for the information!
Great session!! Very helpul!
Thank you everyone!
Thank you from WVU!
I need a more comfortable chair to work from home
I have been working from home for ACA for th epast 8 years.
01:25:02Abby Van Note
Heard that Crystal
thanks again! See you next week!
My daughter is in Woodworking 101 today...building her new desk to do schoolwork ;)
Stay happy & healthy!!
Working from home is working well (took my desk and computer from the office), but I think I actually work more since my desk is right here... Need to take more breaks. This was great! Thanks!
Thank you from Ohio State!
Proudly finished in 783rd place
Basketball Training Video Oscar
Atta way, Tom.
lol @brooks. we have to pay students without them working. if they work, we have to pay them on top of the stipend the university has decided
We were able to rehire our students under a “cleaning and maintenance” position so that we can track how much money we are spending toward the fight against COVID. We can potentially get paid back for those hours.
Aaron, we were told at WKU that we have to find meaningful work for any that we keep and our institution also included a letter writing campaign the university is running, but our department has decided not to go this route as all pay would be out of departmental budgets
@Aaron I made a list of remote tasks that includes creating a bank of questions that we can use for weekly quizzes in the future, renaming our storing video clips so they aren't IMG003, and taking full video from this year and cutting it into clips for training
@Brooks - I know that it is a similar type of work, but we have had some of our more veteran employees help with reviewing training material
KU is continuing pay for students based off their semester average. No work required, in fact, students working is frowned upon. Sometimes money does grow on trees.....
Is anyone else charging forfeit fees for digital programming?
Do any of you do academic class for intramural sports?
UK is not charging forfeit fees for digital programming
@ Crystal, please send me that list if you don’t mind. firstname.lastname@example.org
We aren't charging forfeit fees
Not charging forfeit fees at this time
No forfeit fees just an L
No FFT fees, since we aren't eating referee/staff costs by them not showing up
Not at UC Irvine
we are doing staff evaluations via zoom that the employee will get paid for
UNLV Not charging but removal from the league is possible
01:24:51Trumaine Becoat Wade
If they miss two games, they get removed from the league
i don't think we would
no forfeit fees
we got rid of our forfeit policy altogether with our current program plans
We are not, esports is the only place where someone not "showing" up would have an affect
no forfeit fees
No FF, but if they have 2 no shows, they are out of bracket, and 3+ they are removed from league
No forfeit fees
NIRSA sent this out yesterday: https://nfhslearn.com/welcome. free and simple to use
Yes to Laura!
no - we change to individual fees; if a team don't show up they are removed from the league
no, remove them from the tournament and keep it rolling
Thank you everyone!
HOW DO I INCREASE PARTICIPATION BY FEMALES IN INTRAMURAL SPORTS?
He doesn't either
Thanks to Megan, John and Lax!!!!!
i don't have any where i am :(
It wouldn't be an IM Roundtable if that wasn't asked lol
QUACK QUACK QUACK
Thanks for putting this together. Stay strong everyone.
GO BUCCANEERS -
@broska same, I have all female teams or mostly joining open leagues. not even Corec
The tampa one?
we expanded my staff to do zoom videos on various topics, twice a day.
The best team - go refs
01:27:14Cindy Klatt UNI
01:27:16Anna Bruning (Oregon State)
small school IM roundtable.... yes yes yes
Powderpuff League is one of my upcoming ideas for my school. Also thinking about opening up leagues within sports for females
(Lil Jon) YEEEEEAHHH
= %110 yes
Yes, always helpful to hear new ideas and hear different perspectives
Yes - *How can we view last weeks Round Table with Discord and Esport help?
Yes -- particularly as we start to get a better feel for Fall plans and the summer impacts
yes….please help me. LOL
You all have lovely homes!
did you really have to ask that lax?
can someone drop the esports link again
I think that was 101% yes @Brooks
Whats our shirt theme for next roundtable??
Thanks for hosting, y’all!!
If anyone wants the social media flyers for trivia next week, email@example.com