These guidelines are fluid and will be updated as more information becomes available.
Camper COVID Responsibility:
All campers will be expected to adhere to campus and public health safety guidelines related to COVID-19 safety protocols. At the time of onsite camp registration, parents/guardians or campers, above the age of 18, will be expected to verify that they have a means of transportation home from camp if COVID-19 safety protocols are activated. Over the course of camp, if a camper is determined to have had a direct exposure to a COVID-19 infection, has developed symptoms consistent with a possible COVID-19 infection, or has tested positive for COVID-19 via a Rapid or PCR test, the camper will be asked to enter the COVID-19 safety protocols by the onsite COVID-19 Medical Coordinator or local public health official. At that time, the camper will be removed from camp activities and escorted to a safe, secure environment and monitored by an official member of the camp or medical team.
Once placed into quarantine status or presumed to have an active COVID-19 infection and placed in isolation, the parent/guardian will be notified. The campers will be expected to return to the care of a parent and/or guardian within a 24 hour period. All efforts will be made to accommodate each unique circumstance and will be done at the discretion of the Camp Administrator and COVID-19 Medical Coordinator. Refunds will be issued to campers who are quarantined and removed from Camp per the COVID Refund Policy.
Tiger Volleyball Camp Guidelines in Place:
We are limiting the capacity of our camps to 50%
All campers should have a mask on except when engaging in activity
Physical Distancing will be maintained as often as possible especially during large group instruction
All Camps will have a certified athletic trainer
We will spread out the check-in process and designate times for groups to check in to minimize groups of people congregating
Parents will count towards the capacity of our camp and we encourage parents to drop campers off and not stay
All meals that are provided will be individually boxed. Please reach out to our camp administrator with any food allergies.
Campers are required to bring their own water bottle and it will be filled by a designee at the refill stations. Campers should not fill their own bottles.
There will be hand sanitizing stations for campers
Camp staff will be disinfecting high touch areas during camps
Campers will be emailed a symptom checker email the morning of camp that must be completed to participate in camp
What happens if a camper shows signs or symptoms while at camp?
We will have a designated isolation room for the camper
Parents or guaradians will be required to pick up camper immediately
COVID Refund Policy:
This policy is for Covid-related refunds only.
In the event that camp registration must be canceled due to COVID-19 public health safety guidelines prior to check-in time on the first day of camp, a full refund will be issued. This excludes the non-refundable processing fee. Campers not reporting to camp due to Covid-19 must present a confirmed medical diagnosis to accompany the request for refund.
In the event that a camper is identified as being a potential COVID-19 health and safety risk after check-in time on the first day but before the start of the last day of camp, a pro-rated refund will be issued by the Camp Administrator for the remaining days, not to include the non-refundable processing fee. The pro-rated refund will be based on the number of complete camp days during which the camper is not in attendance due to a COVID-related departure. All camp days are treated equally, regardless of length of camp activities in any given day.
In the event that a camper is identified as being a potential COVID-19 health and safety risk at any time during the last day of camp, a no refund will be issued.
Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by age and grade level.