Parents and participants: As we all continue our quest to return to normal in the midst of the COVID 19 pandemic, we are aware that the virus is still active, spreads easily and can result in serious illness or even death. Accordingly, we all need to be vigilant to protect our health and the health of those with whom we come in contact. In furtherance of our desire to keep participants safe, the PRUMC recreation department is constantly monitoring public health pronouncements of various agencies and is posting participation guidelines and requirements below. We also will have paper copies of the guidelines and requirements available at the receptionist window. We expect you as a parent or participant to adhere to the guidelines and requirements and to assume responsibility to insure your children or others for whom you are the legal guardian adhere to the guidelines and requirements. PRUMC recreation programs are optional. Each family must decide for itself whether its child should participate at this time in optional recreational activities understanding that notwithstanding reasonable precautions you and your child may be exposed to this highly contagious virus while participating in such activities. If you or your children or others for whom you have legal responsibility choose to participate you will be asked to sign a document by which you acknowledge certain risks inherent in sponsored group activities and release any claims against PRUMC, the recreation department and any employee, agent, representative, volunteer or contractor working for or on behalf of PRUMC and the recreations department. You should read and consider carefully that document before signing it.
We look forward to providing as many activities as possible. Please call or email Charles Akin if you have any questions about participation in our activities, any special needs or medical conditions we should discuss about participation by you or your child or the guidelines and requirements generally.
Summer Activity Protocol:
Pursuant to the Governor's executive order:
Campers will be dropped off and picked up outside the facility; parents must remain in their cars
All lunch or snack items must be in a sealed bag with camperís name
All participants must have masks. They are permitted to wear them anytime but must wear them when instructed by our staff
Campers are not allowed to enter if:
∑ They have been diagnosed with COVID-19,
∑ They have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19,
∑ They had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 within the past fourteen (14) days
All participants (including staff) will be screened for:
∑ temperature greater than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit,
Fever or chills, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fatigue, Muscle or body aches, Headache, New loss of taste or smell, Sore throat, Congestion or runny nose, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea
Children who exhibit any of the above symptoms will be isolated until picked up
by their parent or guardian
∑ Adults will leave immediately
Participants must wash hands regularly, and use sanitizer
(Sanitizing stations are provided)
Participants must maintain a 6 foot distance from each other whenever possible
Where possible, participants will be grouped by age and experience and remain in those groups and separated from other groups
All equipment and facilities will be cleaned and sanitized regularly and immediately after each group use
Parent questionnaire at drop off (while in their car):
1. Has your child been diagnosed with COVID-19, exhibited symptoms of COVID-19, or had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 within the past fourteen (14) days?
2. Does your child currently have fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea
4. Are lunch or snack items in a sealed bag with camperís name?
5. Does your child have a mask?
Or to expedite drop-off, complete this form daily and provide to the appropriate staff:
Drop-off Screening and Waiver
Upon satisfactory responses to the above answers, the camper may exit the car.
Staff will squirt sanitizer into their hand and watch them apply in a satisfactory manner and send them inside.
WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND RELEASE (Executed during the registration process)
I recognize that there are inherent risks involved in sports and fitness activities. In consideration of the services provided, I, for myself and any child or other person for whom I have legal responsibility, hereby release and hold harmless Peachtree Road United Methodist Church and its Department of Sports, Recreation and Life Enrichment, and their officers, directors, employees, and agents from any and all liability for injuries, including those resulting in death, and illnesses (including the COVID 19 virus and related conditions and illnesses) incurred while participating or attending any event or in any facility of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church. By signing this document, the participant or legal guardian confirms that he or she has authority to sign, has read the entire document, and has understanding that the document waives certain rights of the person signing or the participant.