Air Camp’s

COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL

Air Camp, Inc. is committed to offering a safe, structured, and exciting environment for each of our events. We take this responsibility very seriously in order to provide the safest possible experience for your child. In addition to our standing safety practices, we have implemented new guidelines and protocols in accordance with Responsible RestartOhio. Click here for our full COVID-19 Protocols.

2021 Registrations for High School Camps have been extended to April 25, 2021. Registration for Elementary Camp and Applications for Middle School and Teachers Air Camp are now closed. Please keep an eye on our website for Fall Events.

Air Camp, Inc. is committed to offering a safe, structured, and exciting environment for each of our events. We take this responsibility very seriously in order to provide the safest possible experience for your child. In addition to our standing safety practices, we have implemented new guidelines and protocols in accordance with Responsible RestartOhio. The highest level of safety and security is ultimately a partnership between our staff, partners, parents, and participants. Such collaboration with our adopted protocols is greatly appreciated to ensure that Air Camp, Inc. can continue to offer engaging experiences for the foreseeable future.

COVID-19 Air Camp, Inc. Safety Protocols:
  • Staff members and participants must perform a daily symptom COVID-19 assessment before joining their flight. If any individual has a fever of 100° or higher, they will be required to leave the event as appropriate. If a participant is discovered to have a fever at check-in or any point during the event with a temperature of 100º or higher, the participant will need to exit the event as soon as appropriate per our protocols. If the participant is scheduled for a multi-day event, they will not be permitted to return for participation until they are fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever – reducing medication.

  • Modified check-in and check-out procedures have been adopted for maximum social distancing and limited opportunities for exposure. Whenever possible, we request that only one parent or legal guardian attend check-in and check-out with their participant. Per the Ohio Department of Health Director’s Ordinance, masks are required to be worn for staff, attendees, and parents / legal guardians facilitating check-in and check-out.

  • For adult participants, non-registered guests are not permitted to accompany participants during any portion of the event including the registration and/or graduation portions of the event. During all events, masks are expected to be worn at all times for all staff and participant members. When possible, brief breaks from masks will be permitted following state guidelines of social distancing outdoors. Parents / legal guardians are asked to remain at the check-in location until their child’s temperature has been verified.

  • Disposable masks (non-adjustable sizing) will be available for participants daily as needed.

  • Social distancing will be implemented as often as possible. Flight group sizes have been reduced. Each participant is expected to remain within their flight group at all times as appropriate and will not be permitted to interact with other flight groups unless appropriate. Yet, Air Camp is collaborative by nature and participants often work with partners at a safe distance, whenever possible.

  • Hand washing will take place upon arrival, throughout the day, and upon leaving the event.

  • Public water fountains are not anticipated to be available at any site. Attendees are required to bring their own water bottle (up to 20 oz.), clearly labeled with their first and last names. Attendees are responsible for carrying their own water bottles (water to refill bottles will be made available if possible). Backpacks are discouraged and are not permitted at some host venues. Sunscreen and insect repellent are recommended daily and should be applied prior to arriving for camp but will not be provided by Air Camp, Inc.

  • Cleaning and sanitizing of shared spaces and equipment will take place before and after each activity.

  • All staff and attendees are expected by state mandate to immediately contact Air Camp, Inc. at 937-304-5264, and/or alternate designated means of contact, if they or any immediate family member (or persons living in the same household) are diagnosed with COVID-19 within 14 days before or after attending an Air Camp, Inc. scheduled event.

Air Camp, Inc. is implementing the above protocols and has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. However, Air Camp, Inc. cannot guarantee that you or your minor child will not become infected with COVID-19 while participating in the camp, attending an event, or visiting an aviation site.

We are continually monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on organizations and our state; thus, Air Camp, Inc. will be updating these protocols on a regular basis and encourage all partners, parents, and participants to check back for updated information.