This summer, campers will be assigned to a “Cast Family” for the duration of their time at camp. Based on current health/safety recommendations, the Cast Family will be limited to 12 or 13 campers meeting a 15 person max including the Directors.
What are Cast Families?
A Cast Family is a stable group of children and adults who will be together during their time with Jaxx. Similar to your family at home, Cast Families will rehearse and eat together in a shared environment. Cast Families will not interact with other casts or groups. The purpose of implementing ‘Cast Families’ is to create a cohesive, stable, social, and fun environment for your camper, while at the same time allowing for proper distancing between groups and maintaining all campers’ health and safety.
What is your role as a member of a Cast Family?
Each member of a Cast Family is dedicated to the continued health and safety of the entire group. You play a critical role in protecting your Cast Family by strictly following all health and safety protocols. Your cooperation inside and outside of camp will ensure your camper and all members of the Cast Family will have a safe and fun summer program. Most of you have been staying safer-at-home and limiting possible COVID-19 exposure. For an added level of safety, we encourage every family (parents and campers) and all of our staff to get a free test with the painless oral swab, available at Carbon Health/Echo Park (among many other testing locations).
FYI: JD had the free nose test done at Cedars and received his negative test result the next day. Jeremy had his free oral (cheek) swab test done at Carbon Health/Echo Park and received his negative test result exactly one week later.
Environment & Distancing