We are now in the full swing of summer camps! We have opened in a phased manner that adheres to government guidelines to ensure the building, our staff, and our programs are all ready to operate in a safe manner for everyone.
As you prepare to send your child to camp at the Arts and Heritage Center here are some changes you can expect. To ensure the safety of our patrons and staff we have implemented the following cleaning and safety procedures.
Outdoor check in/out with screening
Group sizes limited to 15:1 maximum; no co-mingling of separate camps
Limit student interaction to 1-2 instructors/day
Classrooms set up to encourage physical distancing
Children required to wear masks (Per Governor's Order)
Instructors required to wear masks
Frequent hand washing or use of hand sanitizer
Routine sanitizing of program spaces and supplies
Minimize use of shared materials and difficult to clean items
Children will be closely monitored for symptoms
Arts and Heritage Center staff will reach out 2 weeks before camp is scheduled to begin with more specific information on what to bring (and what to leave at home), check-in procedures, and forms to bring with you on your first day of camp.
If you have any questions or concerns we are happy to help!