Our COVID-19 Response
We are proud of our version of camp, which is an exceptional combination of unique programs, a commitment to the mental and physical health of our community, and good old-fashioned summertime FUN! Here's to the summer of 2023! We hope your family will be with us.
Colorado Academy Summer Programs continues diligence to the pandemic
CASP continues its attention on the pandemic. This webpage will serve as your resource for CA’s response to COVID-19. Our actions are guided by local, state, and federal public health agencies’ response to current virus activity in the community.
View the latest School Guidance from Jefferson County Public Health (updated August 15, 2022).
CASP will continue our layered mitigation approach to reducing the spread of the COVID-19 virus and will employ a number of recommended measures.
Reporting A Positive Case:
Families needing to report a positive case of COVID-19, please contact the camp office at email@example.com.
To protect the safety of our community, CASP is also:
Promoting good hand hygiene
Promoting the “How Sick is Too Sick” guidance for staff/students to remain at home when feeling ill
Encouraging social distancing among students and staff
Maximizing outdoor activities
Providing ventilation within buildings and classrooms
Providing cleaning/sanitizing and disinfecting measures aligned with public health guidelines
Promoting COVID-19 vaccination among campers, their families, faculty, and staff
Monitoring community transmission, vaccination coverage, and occurrence of outbreaks in the Denver metro area.