Camps - JCC - Orlando

A Camp For Every Passion!

Camp J provides an inclusive, COVID safe environment where children grow socially, spiritually and physically. We’ve redesigned, updated, and redeveloped our camps from top to bottom. From Summer Camps to Break Camps we make sure every passion has an opportunity to flourish. Join us and experience a summer your child will remember forever!

Coming soon Spring Break Camp. Experience 2021 At Camp J. Registration Now Open!

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Summer Camps

TASTIER CAMPS FOR SUMMER 2021!

Our two-week camp sessions come with all new flavors. Register for your favorite, or mix it up with a variety of fun summer experiences!

COVID-19 Policies

  • What do I need to know before coming to campus?
  • Travel Policy (effective August 1, 2020)
  • In compliance with an Orange County ordinance now in effect, you must wear a face mask from the moment you exit your vehicle and at all times while on the campus.
  • Every person entering The Roth Family JCC will have their temperature taken with an instant digital thermometer. Entrance will be refused to anyone with a fever of 100 F or higher. You must be fever-free for 72 hours before you can return. You will scan your own ID and membership card upon entry. You will have no physical contact with the Welcome Center staff other than a temperature screening.
  • Anyone who tests positive for the COVID-19 virus& may not return to the JCC until they have *isolated 14-days from the campus and have had 2 consecutive negative COVID-19 tests at least a day apart
  • Recent studies have shown that while on a flight, the air particle filtration and ventilation systems along with the requirement to wear masks means airborne particles within the cabin have a very short life span. However the risks in how people get to the airport, going through security, waiting to board the plane, boarding the plane, exiting the plane and getting luggage increases that risk. Because of the reduced risk on the plane, we have been able to adjust our policy regarding traveling by plane.
  • If you and your child chose to travel by plane to any domestic destination in the US, you may return to the JCC if you had a:
  • 10 day isolation period,* remaining symptom-free w/o aid of medication*

or

  • 5 day isolation period with a negative COVID-19 test on the 5th day, remaining symptom-free, followed by another negative COVID-19 test on day 7

or

  • 7 day isolation period with a negative COVID-19 test on the 7th day.
  • If you chose to travel by plane to any international destination, Alaska or Hawaii, you may only return to the JCC if you had a:
  • ​10 day isolation period, remaining symptom-free w/o aid of medication

or

  • 7 day isolation* period with a negative COVID-19 test on the 7th day remaining symptom-free without the aid medication.
  • If a parent or family member should travel by plane but not the child, the child is able to attend the ECLC without a wait period as long as the parent and/or family members remains symptom-free.
  • Travel by car to any destination no longer requires a wait period as long as all members who traveled remain symptom-free.
  • If you have questions about this or other COVID-19 policies on the Jewish Community Campus, please contact Campus Security & Safety Director Jake Silverman.

Questions? Concerns? Need More Info?

Contact our Camp Office
campj@orlandojcc.org
407-621-4038
851 N Maitland Ave, Maitland, FL 32751

Security & Safety Procedures

  • POLICY
  • PROCEDURES
  • VERBAL SCREENING
  • BODY TEMPERATURE SCREENING
  • DENIED ENTRY CAUSES
  • STUDENT/CHILD COVID19-ILLNESS POLICY
  • STUDENT – SIBLING COVID PROTOCOL
  • STUDENT/FAMILY TRAVEL POLICY
  • MEMBERS/FAMILIES/GUESTS POLICY POINT-OF-CONTACT

POLICY

To meet the developing risk of Coronavirus 19 (COVID-19) pandemic; the Maitland campus will adopt interim measures, protocols and procedures to lessen the likelihood of viral spread. These practices are instituted to mitigate the current threat/s to the health of campus personnel/staff, students, membership, guests, and contractors. This policy serves as an interim measure that will be adapted as impacts lessen or increase and best practices dictate less or more restrictive measures.

Policy adoption and Actions taken are to ensure the safety of all campus occupants and designed with informed-caution.

*COVID-19 Policy/Procedure WILL reflect ‘CDC Best-Practices’, State of Florida Department of Health, Orange County Interim Health Ordinances, Economic Recovery Task Force/Health Department Guidelines, Consulting Pediatricians/Epidemiologist and reference Baker-Donelson (Legal Foundations for Operational Protocols).

PROCEDURES

  • ALL Campus Entrants MUST Wear a Face Covering/ Mask (MUST cover nose & mouth)
  • ALL Campus Entrants WILL be assessed/screened for COVID-19 symptoms and possible exposure
  • ALL Staff/Personnel, Students, Parents, Members and Guests are requested to STAY-AT-HOME if Symptomatic

VERBAL SCREENING

Inquiry regarding possible exposure to COVID-19

Question1: ‘How are you feeling today?’

Question2: ‘To your knowledge, have you been exposed to anyone presumed to have or tested positive for COVID-19?’

Question3: ‘Have you traveled’: On Any flight (Domestic Destinations) MAY RETURN FOLLOWING :

10-Day ISOLATION, Remaining SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid of medication
OR
5-Day ISOLATION w/ (1)-‘Negative’ COVID-19 test on 5th Day, Remaining SYMPTOM-FREE followed by (1) ‘Negative’ COVID-19 test on Day-7 Remaining SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid medication

NOTE: PARENTS/CAREGIVERS (following flight): May Participate – Student Vehicular Drop-Off/Pick-Up but MUST REMAIN SYMPTOM-FREE

(ALL – International Destinations) MAY RETURN FOLLOWING :

10-Day ISOLATION, Remaining SYMPTOM-FREE
OR
7-Day ISOLATION w/ (1)-‘Negative’ COVID-19 test on 7th Day, Remaining SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid medication

On Any cruise MAY RETURN FOLLOWING :

10-Day ISOLATION, Remaining SYMPTOM-FREE OR
7-Day ISOLATION w/ (1)-‘Negative’ COVID-19 test on 7th Day, Remaining SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid medication

BODY TEMPERATURE SCREENING

Screening WILL occur prior to ENTRY

Handheld Non-Contact Thermometer ALL Entrants and Child Drop-Offs If Body Temperature exceeds established threshold (100.0 or above) and confirmed by two thermometers, person/s WILL be Denied Entry

DENIED ENTRY CAUSES

Display of viral illness symptoms or had probable contact w/COVID-19

High Temperature/fever (100.0° or above – confirmed by two separate devices) Excessive or Continual Coughing Shortness of Breath or Fatigue Chills, Excessive Shaking Congestion or Runny Nose Loss of Taste or Smell Muscle or Body Aches, Nausea, Vomiting or Diarrhea Affirmative Response to COVID-19 Questions

STUDENT/CHILD COVID19-ILLNESS POLICY

When coupled with other symptoms, children who exhibit any of the symptoms previously listed are OK to return to school after 48 hours SYMPTOM-FREE without the aid of medication. All other issues are governed by our current sick policy.

STUDENT – SIBLING COVID PROTOCOL

Children MUST go home if a sibling tests ‘POSITIVE’ for COVID-19, a sibling is exposed to COVID-19, or a sibling goes home due to multiple symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of a positive test or exposure). Child MUST ISOLATE from the Maitland Campus for 10 days and remain SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid of medications.

*K3 and K4 children WILL be wearing masks beginning August2020

STUDENT/FAMILY TRAVEL POLICY

If a parent travels by airplane, their CHILD IS OK to ATTEND school as long as the parent and the child exhibit NO SYMPTOMS. If a parent begins to exhibit symptoms, the child MUST ISOLATE from campus for 10 days or until the parent has (2) ‘Negative’ COVID-19 test on Day-5 & Day-7 and remain SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid of medication.
If a child travels by airplane, they would be REQUIRED to ISOLATE from the Campus for 10 days, be SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid of medication OR isolate 7-days remain SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid of medication and obtain (2) ‘Negative’ COVID-19 test on Day-5 & Day-7.
People may Travel anywhere by Car. Should a Parent or Guardian choose to travel out-of-area, we would ask that they Self-Monitor for 7-10 days for any COVID-19 related symptoms. ALL persons MUST remain SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid of medication to come to the Maitland Campus. If the child travels with them, the child MUST be Monitored for any COVID-19 related symptoms, but may return as long as they remain SYMPTOM-FREE w/o aid of medication. POLICY is derived from NATIONAL/STATE DAILY CDC DATA and is subject to UPDATES/REVISIONS*

*CDC guidelines suggest 10 days – Coronavirus-2019-ncov

NOTE: This policy does not limit travel in/between any Florida counties.

ALL Persons Over 5 years of Age (Excluding Pre-K) WILL BE Required to:

Wear Face Covering/Mask before Entering Facility Coverings MUST cover nose & mouth MASK ARE TO BE WORN AT ALL TIMES MANDATORY Mask for FITNESS guests in WORKOUT AREAS MANDATORY Mask for Gymnasium guests Mandatory Disinfect Hands upon Entry (Hand Sanitizer) Hand Sanitizer will be available at Entry to Lobby Adults WILL assist children in hand sanitizing Adhere to 6ft. Social-Distancing at ALL times If Feeling Sick while on campus notify a Staff Manager/Director Immediately

MEMBERS/FAMILIES/GUESTS POLICY POINT-OF-CONTACT

Any questions, complaints please contact Campus Security Director Jake Silverman at jsilverman@jfgo.org.

IF REFUSAL TO COMPLY to SAFETY POLICY, IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY Campus Security Director Jake Silverman or if unavailable Campus Chief Executive Keith Dvorchik.