2022 Summer Camps

*All 2022 protocols are subject to updating as we continue to gather information and approach the summer.

2022 SAFETY POLICIES

CAMPER VACCINATIONS

We encourage all eligible campers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but vaccination will not be required to attend camp. This policy is subject to change if facility partners or jurisdictions have different vaccination policies that must be observed. Any COVID-19 vaccination or booster requirement will be communicated to impacted families in advance of camp and will be accompanied by further information and guidance on Atlanta Falcons Summer Camps' reasonable accommodation policy.

STAFF VACCINATIONS

We encourage all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but vaccination will not be required to work at camp. This policy is subject to change if facility partners or jurisdictions have different vaccination policies that must be observed. Any COVID-19 vaccination or booster requirement will be communicated to impacted staff in advance of camp and will be accompanied by further information and guidance on Atlanta Falcons Summer Camps' reasonable accommodation policy.

MASKS

We will follow jurisdiction or site partner (school or facility) mask mandates at the time of camp. However, if no such mandates are in place, Atlanta Falcons Summer Camps' policy is as follows:

* Campers*

●     Masks will be optional indoors and outdoors for all campers.

*          Staff/Counselors*

●     Masks indoors/outdoors will be optional for all staff. We reserve the right to implement additional masking protocols at our discretion where we believe doing so is in the interests of campers and/or staff.

SCREENING & ILLNESS AT CAMP

We ask families and staff to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. Please do not send your camper to camp or report to work at camp if are experiencing any of the following symptoms.

●     Fever (greater than 100.4⁰)

●     Headache

●     Body Aches

●     Cough

●     Sore throat

●     Shortness of Breath

●     GI Symptoms (vomiting, diarrhea, etc.)

If your camper falls ill during camp, we will have an isolated area to care for your camper until you or another parent/guardian is able to pick him/her up.

RETURN TO CAMP

If your camper becomes sick during the camp week, they must be symptom free (please see list above) for 24 hours before returning to camp.

NOTIFICATION

If your camper tests positive for COVID-19 during the camp week, please notify our team immediately at info@falconscamps.com or 404-364-7942 to receive more information on quarantine and isolation protocols.