RWTC is committed to the health and safety of the campers, their families and our staff and volunteers. As an organization, we adhere to the most updated CDC and Colorado Health Department recommendations for minimizing our participants' health risks. Below are some of the ways we will be working to stop the spread of the virus. Please contact us with further questions.
Stay at home if you are having symptoms of COVID. We will provide all campers who have to stay home due to having symptoms with activities to do, so they won't miss out on the session's materials.
Wear a mask at all times. Campers and volunteers will be provided masks and we will have designated "mask break" locations for the campers.
Keep your distance. Campers, volunteers and parents will be recommended to stay 6 ft distance from each other. The location of the sessions will allow adequate spacing for the campers.
Denver Country Dial Status:
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has established a dial system to guide group activities based on the latest COVID cases. Below is Denver county's current dial level: