Summer Safety Guidelines

We know this pandemic has been stressful to many and recognize that socializing and interacting with peers can be a healthy way for children to cope with stress and connect with others, particularly after spending quite a bit of time at home. After careful thought and planning, we are excited to let you know that we plan to resume camp while following CDC considerations to protect campers, families, and our community.  


The health and safety of our campers and staff remain our highest priority. Here is a brief list of state/county mandated safety precautions that will be in place:

  • Each camp session will maintain small cohorts based on current Sacramento County Public Health guidelines. 

  • Cast members must wear face masks while rehearsing, and at all times, except when being filmed or on a physically distanced break.   

  • Face coverings must be worn by staff, volunteers, and spectators.

  • Before the session, during break time, after the session, and whenever possible, cast members and staff will maintain at least 6 feet of physical distance. Cast members will stay in small groups and staging will be spaced out.

  • Spectators are limited to immediate household members, and must wear masks, remain at least 6 feet from the field, and remain at least 6 feet from non-household members.

  • Cast members will use hand sanitizer before, at break time, and after each session. Hand Sanitizer will be provided, but cast members are encouraged to bring their own.

  • We will be limiting the number of items that are shared or touched between cast members and staff by providing individual supplies when possible, and disinfecting all shared items.

  • All participants will check in prior to the session beginning and undergo a verbal screening and temperature check for COVID symptoms.

We ask that you help us protect the health of campers this summer. Anyone who is sick or was sick with COVID-19 or recently in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days— including staff, campers, and families— should not come to camp. Be on the lookout for symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and loss of taste or smell. Call your doctor if you think you or a family member is sick.

Parents can find a link to the YAS COVID-19 Safety Plan, and the state and county guidelines below.

*CDC Youth and Summer Camp Guidelines: Click Here

*CDPH Guidelines: Click Here
*Sacramento County Guidelines: Click Here
*YAS COVID Safety Plan: Click Here