DMR Adventures Safety Protocol and Policy
for in-person classes in response to COVID-19
Last updated: May 27, 2022
COVID-19 Safety Precautions
The safety of our students, families, artists, and staff is of the utmost importance. For May 2022, we have the following precautions:
COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements:
•For summer camps, student must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This should be submitted in advance - please let us know if you have any trouble with this form.
•DMR Adventures requires all full-time, part-time, and contract staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Additional Safety Measures:
•Masks: all staff, patrons, and spring and summer class participants (age 2 and up) are required to wear masks while in classrooms and theatre. Masks are currently required in the lobby as well.
•Performances and dress rehearsals will be mask optional for performers, barring any changes to Charlottesville City rules.
•If transmission in our area moves to low, we will consider moving to mask-optional. We do anticipate that audiences and those not performing will be required to wear masks during performances for the entire summer.
•Thorough cleaning and disinfecting of all common areas and restrooms
•Increased ventilation and air purification.
•Students and staff that are unwell at home are required to stay at home.
•Students who become sick while at DMR will be supervised in a designated, safe, isolation space until a parent/caregiver can pick them up.
Student COVID Testing Results:
Students will be permitted back to camp if symptoms have subsided and a negative test is produced.
If a student tests positive, we will contact those involved in the class/camp and let you know if you or your child are considered a "close contact." Students who test positive cannot return to DMR until 10 days have passed after their positive test result. Symptoms also must have subsided.
Family member COVID testing results:
If a household member receives a positive test result, we do ask fully vaccinated students and staff to monitor symptoms for 5 days before returning and to produce a negative test.