The health and safety of our community is paramount. We are both an overnight camp and we are an activity that involves woodwind instruments. Based on data from overnight camps in 2021 and State requirements and recommendations, we have implemented policies to keep our campers and volunteer staff safe. The information in this FAQ is current as of 4/22/2022. We will update this FAQ as needed to reflect changes in policy and expert guidance.
- We follow all local, state, and federal masking policies. Currently, Connecticut does not require masking for youth camps.
- We will support all individuals who wish to wear masks.
No. COVID-19 Vaccines are not required for Campers and Staff for the 2023 Junior Camp.
At this point, Connecticut does not require pods or cohorts.
- When possible (and weather permitting), meals will be eaten outside.
SARS-CoV-2 is airborne, to mitigate potential of airborne spread:
- Where possible, rehearsals will be conducted outside.
- If indoor sectionals are necessary due to weather, we will limit rehearsal time.
In addition, we will:
- Provide enhanced cleaning in all public spaces
- Provide sanitization stations throughout camp
- Require hand washing/sanitizing throughout the day
- Allow no sharing of instruments
- If your child develops any COVID-19 symptoms during camp, we will administer a rapid antigen test. If the test is positive, we will isolate your child. You will be notified and required to pick up your child immediately.
- For this reason, we encourage you to test your child at home prior to camp.