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The health and safety of our campers, their families and our staffers is our top priority. Please note that our protocols are subject to change without notice based on recommendations and orders by local health officials and the CDC. Here are the key updates for this summer: ​​

  • MASKS: Summer Acting Camp staff will be masked while at camp. Masks are strongly recommended but not required for all campers. Summer Acting Camp requests campers stay home if they are feeling ill to protect other campers, our staff, and everyone’s families. This policy is in effect for both sessions of Summer Acting Camp 2023 until further notice and will be re-assessed on an ongoing basis. This policy is subject to change at any time. Prior to your camp session beginning, please refer to this page and your First Day details email for any policy updates.​ If a camper were to begin displaying symptoms, have a fever, or appear ill, we will require the camper to wear a mask while being evaluated by our camp nurse as they wait to be picked up. This is to reduce the spread of illness as much as possible while at camp. 

  • VACCINATION REQUIREMENT: Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is not required to attend Summer Acting Camp 2023. An up to date booster is highly recommended for all campers. 

  • HAND HYGIENE AND RESPIRATORY ETIQUETTE: Campers will be reminded to engage in frequent hand washing using soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Additionally, students will be taught to cover their coughs and sneezes with a tissue or into their elbow followed by immediate hand washing.

  • NO SHARING: Sharing is not allowed and campers will be reminded to keep their personal belongings with them at all times.

  • SAFETY SIGNAGE: The camp will post signs in highly visible locations (e.g., camp entrances and restrooms) that promote everyday protective measures and describe how to stop the spread of germs by properly washing hands.​​​​

  • ROUTINE CLEANING: We've developed a schedule for increased, routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces (hand rails, drinking fountains).

  • DESIGNATED COVID-19 POINT OF CONTACT: We have established a single dedicated staff member responsible for responding to COVID-19 concerns. ​

  • ENHANCED STAFF TRAINING: In addition to the standard first aid and safety training our camp staff receives, we have included additional training on recognizing signs and symptoms of illness


RETURNING TO CAMP AFTER ILLNESS - If a camper were to become ill during their camp session, the following would need to occur for them to be able to return to the program: 

  • The camper would need to provide proof of a negative rapid, at-home COVID-19 test to be able to return to camp. The proof of the negative rapid, at-home COVID-19 test needs to be emailed to prior to the camper arriving to camp that morning. 

  • The camper would need to be entirely symptom free from their illness in order to return.

  • If the camper had a positive COVID-19 test, they would be unable to return to camp for at least 5 days after their positive COVID-19 test. Proof of a negative test on the day they are looking to return would still be required and they would need to be symptom free.

PROPER NOTIFICATIONS: In accordance with state and local laws and regulations, camp administrators will immediately notify local health officials, staff, and families of any case of COVID-19 while maintaining confidentiality in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).​

AT HOME LESSONS: The Summer Acting Camp has a designated online instructor for campers isolating at home as well as multiple virtual lessons so that students may continue their studies.

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