Safety Protocols for COVID-19
Students will be asked to arrive on time – not early – and to wait in designated areas at least 6′ apart on the path to the front door, promoting safe physical distance. Students will not be allowed inside before class starts.
No-touch temperatures will be taken as each student enters Trampoline Town. Students with a measured temperature of 100.4 or greater will not be allowed to enter.
Students must wash hands upon arrival, regularly throughout the day, and before they leave.
Masks will be encouraged. Masks will be provided for any camper in need.
There will be no partner tricks so as to limit student contact.
Tis will still assist students who need a spot during class.
SAFE AND SANITARY ENVIRONMENT
Equipment and surfaces will be sanitized in between each group of students with sanitizing wipes and/or UV light surface sterilization wands.
Air-purifying ozonator will be turned on every night to sterilize the space.
Open windows and fans will be utilized to maximize air flow.
All efforts will be made to maintain physical distance of 6′ or greater between students within Trampoline Town.
FAMILY COMMUNICATION AND ACTION
Parents/Guardians of campers are advised: If your child has been exposed to COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to camp, please do not send them camp. Similarly, if anyone in your child’s household has had an illness with fever or cough in the 10 days prior to camp, please do not send them to camp. If your child becomes ill during the middle of a camp week, please let us know so we can take appropriate actions.
Parents and siblings should not enter Trampoline Town.
REACTING TO ILLNESS
If a student begins to exhibit symptoms of illness during camp, they will be isolated from other students, and their parent or guardian will be immediately notified to come pick them up. Parents will be advised that the affected student should remain home for at least 10 days after illness onset and until 72 hours after fever is gone, without use of fever reducing medicine, and COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, and diarrhea) are improving.
Any confirmed COVID-19 cases among students or staff will be reported to the Local Public Health Authority (LPHA) upon discovery, for guidance on cleaning and possible program modifications or closure.
Any cluster of illness among students will be reported to the LPHA.
A daily log of campers will be kept, including drop-off & pick-up time, and the adult completing the drop-off and pick-up. This log is retained for a minimum of 4 weeks after completion of the camp.
Up to date Parent & Guardian emergency contact information is collected during camp registration and retained a minimum of 4 weeks.
What People are saying
Tia is a great teacher. My girls have had an amazing time in their circus class. Between the aerial silks, trapeze and trampoline it is hard to pick a favorite activity they do. A special thank you for helping my youngest with her cartwheels. She can’t stop doing them!Becky
I’m an old gray mare ‘that ain’t what she used to be’, but tapping in the adult beginners class makes me feel like a young filly. Tony makes it fun!Pam
We love this place! My 8 year-old daughter has taken private lessons with Tia, and my daughter and I have taken aerial acrobatics classes together. It’s great feeling stronger and more graceful each week.Kendra
My 4 year old loved her Trampoline Town class! They learned trampoline, trapeze and aerial silk skills. Tia was wonderful. I appreciated the focus on safety and form all while having fun. Small class size too. Will return soon!Michelle