We are pleased to report that Jaxx’s in-person Youth camps were a success this summer of 2020! In compliance with the LA County Health Department and following CDC guidelines, our students had fun while remaining healthy and safe by committing to regular COVID testing and staying safer-at-home while not at Camp.


“Cast Family”

This Fall, 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 14 campers.


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. 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  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 are requiring every student 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).

Please have your child take a COVID test:
  • Prior to the 1st Day of Rehearsal
  • And then continuous monthly testing

Due Dates (Pippin): September 18th, October 16th, November 13th,

Due Dates Annie: September 20th, October 18th, November 15th, December 13th

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.


During Camp

Environment & Distancing

  • Directors will model and facilitate social distancing.
  • Direction & Choreography will be designed and re-imagined to promote distancing.
  • High touch surfaces will be sanitized frequently throughout the day (always between uses).
  • Directors will teach/model and monitor physical distancing procedures for rehearsal, bathroom, meal/snack, based on health/safety guidelines.
  • Parents and visitors will not be permitted to enter the building.
  • Temperatures will be taken at the start of each day with a no-contact thermometer.
  • Children who are not feeling well should stay home or will be sent home.

Hand Washing

  • Hand washing will take place approximately every hour and as needed, including:
    • Before and after eating
    • After using bathroom
    • After singing, choreography and dance
  • Directors will model hand washing:
    • Washing hands for 20 seconds
    • Drying hands completely

Snack Break

  • Campers will be spaced out for meal times.
  • Campers should pack perishable, disposable sack home lunches. (With fewer hours per day than regular summer programming, the microwave and refrigerator will be off limits for now.)
  • No food sharing is allowed.
  • All tables will be disinfected before/after meals.


  • Bathroom doors will be kept open to minimize touching of door handles.
  • All touched surfaces will be sanitized before and after each use.
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Camps & Classes

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