Covid-19 Safety Protocols

Staff will be supervising check-in at the front door for each program. They will ask health screening questions to ensure no one with COVID symptoms enters the building and collect data to enable contact tracing. Only players will be permitted in the facility to ensure smaller numbers (no parents or spectators). Pakmen staff will conduct temperature checks when players enter the volleyball courts. Hand sanitizing stations will be placed around the venue and athletes and staff will wash their hands regularly. Coaches will wear masks at all times. Players will have to follow the latest Ministry of Health/Ontario Volleyball guidelines with regards to wearing masks during physical activity. Physical distancing of 2m will be enforced during these times. Volleyballs will be sanitized regularly.

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – Canlan Sports

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – Pakmen Courts

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – E.C. Drury

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire – St. Mildred’s

As per Regional Department of Health law, all players 12 years of age and older will be required to provide proof of being fully vaccinated along with identification at the door each week. The Region of Peel is giving players 12 years of age a 4 week grace period to receive their vaccination after they turn 12.

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Why Volleyball?
Volleyball is a great non contact team sport that encourages kids to make friends, develop skills, problem solve and enhance their physical literacy. Our programs will give your child the skills and confidence to enjoy volleyball for life.

Parents & Players


The Parents & Players (P&P) Learn to Play Program is a two-year pilot project funded by the OVA and the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. It aims to provide parents and children with a unique and inspirational introduction to the sport of volleyball.

The parent and child (6-12 years) spend quality time together on the court participating in physical literacy activities, volleyball skill development, and learning how to relate sports skills to life lessons.

Parents must be fully engaged in the program as both the parent and child will participate in the physical portion of the session and work side-by-side to more effectively learn the skills.

PLEASE NOTE: This program will not be offered in the Fall.

Volleyball is a sport for a lifetime!