We are very excited to inform you that our travel program will be resuming under the previous schedule we were following prior to the suspension of activities starting January 31st.
House league registration will be live on Wednesday January 26th, 2022 at 6 am.
The first week begins Saturday February 5th, 2022.
Due to a lack of gym availability and numbers restrictions, this session will only be for grade 7 & 8 boys and girls.
Click here for house league program details.
Click here to go to the Registration page.
**DUE TO CAPACITY RESTRICTIONS STILL IN PLACE, ONLY PLAYERS AND SWW STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE GYM. AS SOON AS CAPACITY RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED, WE WILL WELCOME PARENTS AND SPECTATORS TO WATCH!!
**The City of Windsor has implemented new policies and will now be scanning vaccination QR codes at the door of the facilities and will not be accepting paper or electronic images.**
WARRIOR TURNED LANCER:
We would like to congratulate Kaelyn Batten, a former SWW player, for signing to play with the University of Windsor Women's basketball team next season!! Congratulations Kaelyn - all of your hard work has paid off! Go Lancers!!
Proof of Vaccination Requirements at City Facilities
Effective December 20, 2021
Dear Users, Patrons, Participants and Spectators,
On December 10, 2021, the Ontario government announced additional measures to enhance public health measures as a result of the evolution of the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus. Please read carefully the additional measures and timelines below as these will be strictly enforced at all City of Windsor recreation facilities.
To enter a City of Windsor Recreation or Cultural Facility that currently requires proof of vaccination the following direction and dates apply; (continue reading below for full details)
|Friday, December 20, 2021||ONTARIO WIDE
12 years and older must provide ID and proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19
|Saturday January 4, 2022||Proof of vaccination only by QR Code digital or printed copy with QR code will be accepted|
|Friday, January 10, 2022||Physician notes will no longer be accepted – new enhanced COVID-19 vaccine certificate will be provided for those with eligible exemptions|
Effective January 4, 2022, anyone entering a City of Windsor recreation or cultural facility that currently requires proof of vaccination, must produce the enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code provided by the Ontario government. Any receipt, either on paper or by screenshot, without a QR code will NOT be accepted.
The QR code can be used digitally or by printing a paper copy. Individuals can download their enhanced certificate with QR code by visiting https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/. Additionally, individuals can visit their local library or can call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900 to have their vaccine certificate mailed to them. They can also visit a Service Ontario centre to receive a printed copy. If an individual received one or more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine out of province, they can contact their local public health unit to record their information and receive proper documentation.
Organizations affected by the proof of vaccination requirements will no longer accept physician notes as of January 10, 2022. Ontario has begun a new process to provide an enhanced COVID-19 vaccine certificate with QR code for individuals who have an eligible medical exemption or are participating in an active, Health Canada Approved COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial. Those who apply under these exemptions can visit https://news.ontario.ca/en/backgrounder/1001329/responding-to-omicron-and-protecting-our-progress for details on how to obtain the enhanced COVID-19 vaccine certificate with QR code.
On November 10, 2021 the Windsor-Essex County Public Health Unit issued a letter of instruction requiring each person, aged 12 years and older, at the point of entry, who attends the indoor area of the facility for the purpose of (a) actively participating in organized sports, (b) coaching, officiating at organized sports or volunteering, or (c) spectating at organized sports, to provide identification and proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Starting on December 20, 2021, the requirement for proof of vaccination for youth aged 12 to 17 years of age participating in organized sports at recreational facilities will apply Ontario wide.
At this time, it is important to remind all users, patrons, spectators and participants at our facilities of the importance of following public health guidelines, including proper hand washing, maintaining physical distancing and masking. Masks, covering the nose, mouth and chin, are required at all times within the City facilities, except for brief periods when seated and eating or drinking. Please note, you must be seated to consume food or beverage.
The City of Windsor appreciates the continued efforts of its users to help us provide a safe and cautious return to sport and culture.
The South Windsor Warriors was founded by Todd Romiens and a dedicated group of coaches. It was established in 1998 to fill the demand for competitive basketball in the South Windsor area.
Todd founded the South Windsor Warriors so he could give kids a place to play basketball and develop skills, not with the intent of playing in the NBA but to give them a place to start their basketball dream.
South Windsors Warriors coaches and staff believe in that theory and continue to coach with that in mind. South Windsor Warriors coaching staff is filled with dedicated coaches that coach year round and know what it takes to develop teams and players. We are based out of Vincent Massey High School in South Windsor, Ontario.
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