COVID-19 Safety

BSAC Families,
We want each of you to know that the safety and well-being of our team members and families is of utmost priority to us, and we are making every effort to work with local health and education agencies such as the Florida Department of Health, the CDC, Child Licensing and Hillsborough County Public Schools to keep up to date on any changes that may affect our operations at BSAC or our many offsite programs as it relates to the COVID-19, coronavirus. Our goal each day is to provide a great experience, and it starts with your family’s well-being.
We have been monitoring this quickly changing, global pandemic closely, and have already been executing our plan to increase hand washing and sanitation stations and to have more signage to educate and remind our program participants on ways to enhance their hygiene practices. We’ve also increased time and opportunities within our curriculum to have participants wash their hands more frequently. In addition, we have increased cleaning in many of our high-trafficked areas and have scheduled outside vendors to come in more frequently to clean the floors in our classrooms, restrooms, gym and multi-purpose room. Our staff in all areas has also increased their disinfectant efforts in wiping down high “touch” areas more frequently including doors, handles, countertops and tables.
We understand that as information comes out daily, things will be fluid, and we will continue to work diligently to communicate any changes to schedules or space usage for any of our programs. We also understand that this can be a confusing and stressful time for us all, but especially for the children in our care each day. Rest assured that we will continue to make every effort to provide a safe, enriching and positive experience for them daily.
Please refer to our Brandon Sports and Aquatic Center Facebook page for updates.
Here are a few other resources to keep you up to date as well:
The Florida Department of Health at
Florida Department of Health’s dedicated COVID-19 Call Center by calling 1-866-779-6121 or emailing
The Center for Disease Control at
Thank you for your continued participation and support as we work together as a community to take on this ever changing issue together.
Chuck Burgess