Arts Adventure Camps 2023 COVID 19 Protocols
Please read carefully to prepare for Spring 2023 and Summer Camp 2023
These are the current protocols we will have in place during our in person camps during Spring 2023 and Summer 2023. We are committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment and will take all the necessary steps available to us to avoid any exposure to COVID 19. Although we strongly encourage everyone to be fully vaccinated against COVID, at this time, we do not require proof of vaccination against COVID. However, your due diligence in protecting the health of your children and the other children they come in contact with will require parents to self-screen and monitor their child for symptoms on a daily basis. If any symptoms occur PLEASE KEEP YOUR CHILD AT HOME, immediately contact your health care provider and immediately notify us so that we can ensure the safety and protection of everyone. Because we continue to monitor pandemic metrics in our community and review CDC and Fairfax County Health Department guidelines and recommendations, please know these protocols are subject to change without prior notice.
Drop Off & Self Screening
Parents must complete a pre-screening survey each morning when dropping off a child. If a camper has experienced any symptoms within the previous 24 hours we ask that they be kept at home. Creative Cauldron can provide hybrid programming for your child upon request.
Social Distancing & Masking
The decision about mask-wearing and social distancing protocols will be made based on community spread and current CDC guidelines, but parents should be aware that we will require masks while indoors if the situation warrants. No masks will be required during activity outdoors.
Hand Washing & Sanitizing
Campers and staff will be asked to wash hands after bathroom breaks and use hand sanitizer after touching frequently used surfaces. Bathrooms and high touch surfaces will be disinfected using a non-toxic EPA approved solution. A professional cleaning company will clean on a bi-weekly basis.
Should any camper develop COVID 19 symptoms they will be immediately separated from their cohort and kept in an isolated area until they are picked up by a parent. Parents are required to notify us if their child or anyone in their household tests positive for COVID 19 and follow Fairfax County health department guidelines.
HVAC and HEPA Filters
We have taken some further steps to ensure the safety of our staff and campers including installing Air Scrubbers and HEPA filters in our HVAC system. We have additional portable filters in our bathrooms.