American Collegiate Adventures Implements High Safety Measures for 2021 Teen Summer Programs

(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Chicago, Illinois Mar 11, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Parents of pre-teens and teens can get a sigh of relief knowing that American Collegiate Adventures (ACA) has put into place extra safety precautions for their domestic and international Camp-on-Campus Summer Programs. With the success of Covid-19 safety measures for ACA 2020 summer programs, middle and high school students can feel at ease enjoying 2021 activities, athletics, and adventures.

 

“We understand that there may be questions and concerns regarding 2021 ACA summer programs during these uncertain times. We will continue to offer information and guidance to our ACA families as the wellbeing, safety, and health of our students and staff is always our number one priority,” said ACA Founder, Jason Lubar.  “The cornerstone of our organization for almost 30 years has been safety, and it is our number one priority and concern. We are continuing to closely monitor all updates regarding COVID-19 and are in touch with the World Health Organization and American Camp Association, as well as, following the CDC and US State Department guidelines and updates.”

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Safety measures put into place for upcoming summer programs in Vermont, Maryland, SoCal, Charleston, Barcelona, and Florence consist of the following below:

 

Program Locations: All program locations will follow all of the local, state, federal and campus guidelines regarding COVID-19 policies during the time of the program. In addition, we are accredited by the American Camp Association and are also following the best practices, directives, and guidelines provided by American Camp Association. Throughout each program, guidelines may change at which time ACA will communicate and update parents and students on any and all updates or changes during the program.

Medical Facilities: All programs and campuses are steps away from top emergency and medical facilities.

Student and Staff Screening: ACA medical personnel will screen all students and staff upon arrival to the program for symptoms and to review medical history. Students and staff may be required to take a COVID-19 test prior to the program depending on current guidelines. ACA medical personnel will regularly monitor students’ and staff’s temperatures throughout the program. Students or staff with signs of fever will be removed temporarily from the program population and placed into alternate sleeping rooms and monitored.

Student-to-Staff Ratio: Our student-to-staff ratio is no less than 10:1 which puts ACA at the very safest ratios in the industry.

Staff Orientation and Training: ACA staff will participate in expanded staff orientation, training and procedures, as well as, advanced health and hygiene training with medical professionals. All ACA staff will be educated on best practices regarding all health and safety protocols concerning standard medical issues and regarding COVID-19.

Face Masks: Students and staff may be required to wear a face mask in public areas depending on local public health guidelines.

Transportation: ACA students will only be utilizing private transportation throughout the program solely for ACA students and staff and all guidelines regarding safety procedures (such as masks) will be followed based on the guidelines provided by local, state, university, CDC, and the American Camp Association at the time you are on the program.

ACA’s Risk Free Enrollment: Apply now with peace-of-mind featuring our 2021 risk-free enrollment. Cancel for any reason before May 1, 2021, and get a full refund minus the application fee. 

Please note: All guidelines and protocols regarding safety procedures will be followed based on the guidelines provided by local, state, university, CDC, and the American Camp Association at the time you are on the program. The guidelines may be subject to change, and ACA will communicate and update parents and students on any and all guidelines prior to and during the program.

About ACA: American Collegiate Adventures (ACA) was founded 28 years ago, and the cornerstone of our 28 years has been the safety of its students and staff. Our guiding philosophy has been to boost the confidence and comfort of students on the verge of new academic and social challenges. It is our hope that every ACA student returns from our summer programs with a greater understanding of the opportunities ahead and a true appreciation of future friendships and new experiences. With ACA, we’ve found a way to give students a good look at college life, a way to grow and learn, and plenty of time to have an awesome summer experience. Here at ACA, we believe you will become part of the most well-rounded, personalized pre-college program available anywhere.

(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Chicago, Illinois Mar 11, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Parents of pre-teens and teens can get a sigh of relief knowing that American Collegiate Adventures (ACA) has put into place extra safety precautions for their domestic and international Camp-on-Campus Summer Programs. With the success of Covid-19 safety measures for ACA 2020 summer programs, middle and high school students can feel at ease enjoying 2021 activities, athletics, and adventures.

 

“We understand that there may be questions and concerns regarding 2021 ACA summer programs during these uncertain times. We will continue to offer information and guidance to our ACA families as the wellbeing, safety, and health of our students and staff is always our number one priority,” said ACA Founder, Jason Lubar.  “The cornerstone of our organization for almost 30 years has been safety, and it is our number one priority and concern. We are continuing to closely monitor all updates regarding COVID-19 and are in touch with the World Health Organization and American Camp Association, as well as, following the CDC and US State Department guidelines and updates.”

 

Safety measures put into place for upcoming summer programs in Vermont, Maryland, SoCal, Charleston, Barcelona, and Florence consist of the following below:

 

Program Locations: All program locations will follow all of the local, state, federal and campus guidelines regarding COVID-19 policies during the time of the program. In addition, we are accredited by the American Camp Association and are also following the best practices, directives, and guidelines provided by American Camp Association. Throughout each program, guidelines may change at which time ACA will communicate and update parents and students on any and all updates or changes during the program.

Medical Facilities: All programs and campuses are steps away from top emergency and medical facilities.

Student and Staff Screening: ACA medical personnel will screen all students and staff upon arrival to the program for symptoms and to review medical history. Students and staff may be required to take a COVID-19 test prior to the program depending on current guidelines. ACA medical personnel will regularly monitor students’ and staff’s temperatures throughout the program. Students or staff with signs of fever will be removed temporarily from the program population and placed into alternate sleeping rooms and monitored.

Student-to-Staff Ratio: Our student-to-staff ratio is no less than 10:1 which puts ACA at the very safest ratios in the industry.

Staff Orientation and Training: ACA staff will participate in expanded staff orientation, training and procedures, as well as, advanced health and hygiene training with medical professionals. All ACA staff will be educated on best practices regarding all health and safety protocols concerning standard medical issues and regarding COVID-19.

Face Masks: Students and staff may be required to wear a face mask in public areas depending on local public health guidelines.

Transportation: ACA students will only be utilizing private transportation throughout the program solely for ACA students and staff and all guidelines regarding safety procedures (such as masks) will be followed based on the guidelines provided by local, state, university, CDC, and the American Camp Association at the time you are on the program.

ACA’s Risk Free Enrollment: Apply now with peace-of-mind featuring our 2021 risk-free enrollment. Cancel for any reason before May 1, 2021, and get a full refund minus the application fee. 

Please note: All guidelines and protocols regarding safety procedures will be followed based on the guidelines provided by local, state, university, CDC, and the American Camp Association at the time you are on the program. The guidelines may be subject to change, and ACA will communicate and update parents and students on any and all guidelines prior to and during the program.

About ACA: American Collegiate Adventures (ACA) was founded 28 years ago, and the cornerstone of our 28 years has been the safety of its students and staff. Our guiding philosophy has been to boost the confidence and comfort of students on the verge of new academic and social challenges. It is our hope that every ACA student returns from our summer programs with a greater understanding of the opportunities ahead and a true appreciation of future friendships and new experiences. With ACA, we’ve found a way to give students a good look at college life, a way to grow and learn, and plenty of time to have an awesome summer experience. Here at ACA, we believe you will become part of the most well-rounded, personalized pre-college program available anywhere.

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