A face covering must be worn over nose and mouth at all times while inside the building. Visitors should provide their own face covering.
Groups may not be larger than expressed by the Governor, the LCHD, and LCPS of the interior space or outdoor area capacity
Before entering the building, visitors should assess their health using the following questions:
Do you have a temperature of 100.4°F or above?
Do you have a new cough, shortness of breath, or new sore throat that cannot be attributed to another health condition?
Do you have gastrointestinal symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, that cannot be attributed to another health condition?
Do you have new nasal congestion, a new runny nose, or a new loss of smell or taste?
Do you have new muscle aches or any other sign of illness?
Have you had contact with someone in the previous 14 days with either a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 or who is ill with a respiratory illness?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, please remain at home
If you have had a positive COVID test in the past 14 days and/or have had a fever in the last 3 days, please remain at home.
Avoid directly touching shared items or equipment whenever possible.
Observe rigorous hand-washing methods.
Please follow all signage where applicable.
Social Distancing Procedures
Each day we will monitor the health of the staff and campers through a Covid-19 Symptom Checker and Infrared Temperature Scanners.
We will screen all staff and campers daily for symptoms and possible exposure to COVID-19, using questions recommended by CDC. Staff or children who have tested positive for COVID-19, are symptomatic, or who have had a known exposure to a confirmed case of COVID-19 will be excluded to this year’s camp according to CDC guidance.
All Staff will be required to wear a mask.
All students will be required to wear a mask for singing purposes. Masks will not be provided and can be found online or at a local retail establishment.
No individuals outside of the Camp (either staff or student) will be permitted to interact with the students or staff during Camp Hours. Including during pick-up and drop off. All persons must remain in their cars.
We will implement the following prevention and mitigation strategies to slow and limit COVID-19 Exposure and Spread.
Cover your cough
Practice recommended regular and routine handwashing practices
Avoid use of items that are not easily cleaned and disinfected
Practice proper use, removal, and washing of cloth face coverings.
Post signs with Covid-19 prevention and control practices
Provide policies and education on COVID-19 prevention and control practices
Ensure adequate supplies of tissues, hand soap, alcohol based hand sanitizer and household cleaning products suited for the facility.
Any staff or child exposed to a person diagnosed with a confirmed or probable case of COVID019 may not work or attend camp until they complete self-quarantine following the CDC Guidelines. Persons who have recovered from COVID-19 must be cleared for release from isolation according to CDC Guidelines.
If your child exhibits any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 or any cold, please keep them home. We will allow you to use your remaining tuition as credit for the following year.
IF A CASE OCCURS:
We will quarantine following the CDC Guidelines
Individuals may not work at or attend until completing self-quarantine and obtaining clearance from the individual’s primary care physician
Follow exposure control plans in the camp’s health program.
Communicate with the local health department and parents
Based on consultation with the local health department, the entire facility may be closed based on the level of contact and exposure.
Wait 24 hours, then complete extra cleaning/disinfection of the facility.
If a staff member or a child develops symptoms of COVID-19 during the day, we will safely isolate the person and ensure they are wearing a mask or face covering.
Contact the Director of Health and Safety, and the parent/guardian and arrange for safe transportation to a healthcare facility or home.
DROP OFF/PICK-UP PROCEDURES
No parent will be allowed out of the car during drop off or pick up.
Students will be greeted by Staff.
All students will enter through the main lobby of the school where automatic temperature scanning is in progress.
Students will have a 30 minute arrival window between 8:45 and 9:15 pm everyday for morning drop-off OR 12:45pm and 1:15pm for afternoon drop off.
Casts will report directly to their designated rehearsal room.
Casts will not intermingle with other casts
Lunches will be held outside on a staggered schedule.
No plastic silverware will be provided
ONLY reusable water bottles will be allowed that are clearly marked and identified with a name.
Students are not permitted to share food with one another.
No microwaves will be made available.
Bathrooms will be routinely cleaned.
Students will not have class time outside of the rehearsal room.
Frequent breaks will be provided. Cleaning will occur at that time which may include but not be limited to disinfecting high contact surfaces.
Students must have an easily identifiable and unique reusable water bottle.
The Director of Health and Safety will be located in the Main Hallway.
Early Pick-Up must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance. No parents will be permitted into the building. You must call a designated phone number, to be provided, and your child will be brought to you.
PICK UP - Students will be dismissed at the end of camp day and will wait outside of the school building with staff for speedy pick-up. All students will remain physically distanced and masked while waiting to be picked up.
Students will be expected to wear face coverings during performances. This may include a mask and/or a face shield.
7 Microphones on stands will be placed at the front of the stage.
Soloists will stand at the microphone to sing their solo. They will not be allowed to touch the microphone.
Some Wireless microphones will be worn by roles with large speaking parts.
Choreography will respect appropriate social distancing.
Students must wait in their designated holding area in the hallway. An adult tech crew member will welcome the student backstage prior to their performance time. Video and Sound monitors will also be provided in the holding area.
Students will have a minimum of 3 Scenes/Songs (this policy is the same as our "Non-Covid" policies)
Intermission will be allowed.
All staging will reflect appropriate distancing guidelines.
2 complimentary tickets ($12 value each) will be provided to each family in the camp. Additional tickets, including ticket upgrades will be on sale starting the first day of Camp.
Tickets may be purchased using rrpa.booktix.com.
Playbills will be made available.
There will be an intermission for the 3pm and 7pm shows. Concessions will be sold.
Casting will take place prior to the first day of camp for grades 4 - 9, and on the first day of camp for grades K - 4.
Parents in the 4 - 9 Camp, will have the opportunity to sign up for specific casts via Sign-Up Genius. These sign-ups are based on a first come first serve basis and will determine the camper’s performance time.
Each cast will remain separate from one another. They will not participate in group activities and will not interact with another cast.
Due to the cross-contamination challenges of costuming, campers will wear their Camp T-Shirt for the production and be provided some costuming pieces. If a camper would like to add additional accessories to their costume, they may do so.
Styles of shoes will be released with casting on the 2nd day of camp. Campers must provide their own shoes.
If a wig is provided for a cast member, it will only be worn by that cast member and never shared.
Props will be used.
There will be a “Clean” designated table, and a “Used” designated table. Once a prop is used, it will be placed on the “Used” designated table and cleaned immediately by an adult. Students may not touch the props on the “Used” table.
Students will be required to provide their own make-up and come in full make-up to their scheduled performance. This policy is not new to the program as a result of Covid-19.