RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19: The activity Sponsor/Staff will implement mitigation measures as may be recommended or required by local, state and federal authorities. These measures may include mask wearing, social distancing measures and various hygienic practices. Despite such precautions, the risks associated with transmission of COVID-19 remain present. The nature of many activities makes it difficult to observe all of the recommended precautions at all times; for example, individuals will not always be six feet apart and infrequent and incidental moments of closer proximity and contact are likely to occur, and surfaces may not always be free of viruses and other infectants, etc. As a result of participation in activities and proximity to other participants, your child may be exposed to the risk of infection of communicable diseases, including COVID-19.
At this time, masks are not required during any St. James Academy summer camps. For indoor camps, JCDHE recommends wearing masks. Should a camp participant at any indoor OR outdoor camp test positive for Covid-19 during the week of camp, those campers not wearing masks while attending may be asked to quarantine by JCDHE and would likely not be allowed to attend the rest of camp.
POSSIBILITY OF CAMP CLOSURE: Be aware that this activity is subject to the regulations and various health and operational orders of the Federal, State and local government agencies, and further understand that changes to the current operational status of the activity location could occur which would necessitate the cancellation of some or all activities. Be aware that depending on the conditions and timing of any necessary cancellation, you may forfeit some of the camp fees paid.