Camper Health Form

Camper Health Form

Camper Health Form


A physician’s signature is not required on the Health Form. You must fill out the first page and sign it. The requirements from the New York State Department of Health are a Parent’s signature and the immunization records. A photocopy is of the immunization record is acceptable and may be attached to this form.

The Department of Health will be auditing these records, so please return your form no later than June 1, 2021.

If you need further assistance, please contact Daly Flanagan at or (845) 358-0877.

RoCA_Covid_Camper_Screening _Form.pdf

RoCA is modifying our camp procedures and activities to allow for smaller camp groups and social distancing to keep a safe environment for everyone. Please check here for updates and schedules as they become available.


Arts Camp @ RoCA 2022 Covid-19 Protocol FAQs

RoCA's protocols are set in accordance to the CDC and the Rockland County Department of Health and are subject to change.

Q: What if I change my mind after registering this summer and I am not comfortable sending my child to camp? Can I get a refund?
A: Yes! We are happy to refund your account OR you can apply your payments already made towards your 2023 registration.

Q: How can I be assured that other campers and staff are not sick upon arrival at camp?
A: All camp staff are required to be vaccinated. In addition, before entering the camp program daily, all camp staff and campers will be required to have their temperature taken, and will continue to do so for the duration of camp. All campers and staff will be pre-screened before coming to camp with questions that have been recommended by the CDC.

Q: Will the format of camp look different from previous summers?
A: While this summer may look different from previous summers with adherence to social distancing guidelines, our programming will continue to provide plenty of outdoor experiences as well as visual and performing arts programs for all campers. 75-80% of all camp activities take place outdoors. RoCA will accept a maximum of 90 campers per session (6 groups of 15 children).

Q: Will my camper have to wear a mask this summer to camp?
A: Only when indoors. We have modified this rule in accordance with the (6/7/21) NY State Guidelines.

Q: Will extra measures be taken to ensure the overall cleanliness of the camp? (i.e. extra sanitizing and disinfecting)
A: Yes! In addition to the thorough cleaning that RoCA already does, multiple cleanings will be scheduled throughout the day. RoCA will follow all the cleaning protocols that the CDC requires and recommends.                                    

Q: Can I bring my own food into camp?
A: Campers bring their own bag lunches and are not permitted to share food.  While we are not a nut-free facility, we have areas designated for children with nut allergies that are nut free.

Q: How will the camp program adhere to social distancing?
A: Campers will stay with their assigned group and enjoy their daily activities. Large gatherings will be prohibited, program activities will be limited to individual groups, and social distancing will be enforced. Campers will not intermingle with other camp groups.

Q: How will camp handle the sharing of supplies?
A: In any “hands on” activities where equipment is shared, all equipment will be cleaned after each group and campers will need to wash their hands immediately following the activity. Campers will receive their own individual bin of art supplies.

Q: Will my camper still be able to swim this summer?
A: According to the CDC, campers should still be able to swim this summer. However, we will adhere to social-distancing recommendations and will only have one group in the pool at a time.

Q: What will be the camper-to-counselor ratio?
A: The CDC recommends that group sizes remain small with no more than 15 campers per group.  We will maintain a 1:5 ratio of campers to counselors for younger groups and 1:7 for older groups. 

Q: What is the protocol should a camper or staff member come down with Covid-19?
A: If a camper or staff member becomes sick, we will follow all guidelines as required and recommended by the CDC. Additionally, if this should happen, the CDC recommends that the facility close for 48 hours.

Q: When will we receive our welcome packet?
A: Welcome packets will be mailed in early to mid-June

Please note: families will be updated on any new or revised Covid-19 protocols.

Email Antonia Edelstein, Camp Director, with any specific questions you may have at