Health & Safety Protocols

The health, safety, and wellbeing of our community is our top priority.

The following policies and procedures have been created to ensure a safe and healthy environment for community members and staff. All policies and procedures are based on local and state guidelines in partnership with the Boulder County Health Department and State Licensing. All policies and protocols are subject to change. 

While we are taking precautions as guided by health officials, community spread of COVID-19 is ongoing, and asymptomatic transmission is known to occur. Certain individuals, such as those over 65 years of age or with underlying health conditions, are at increased risk of severe disease, and should consider taking extra precautions. All individuals should remain informed and take actions to support both their own and the community’s safety and wellbeing.

You play a critical role in maintaining a safe and healthy environment. 

Please use the following checklist for all in-person programs at the Boulder JCC. Our comprehensive protocols can be found below. 

Boulder JCC In-Person Programs Checklist

Before arriving at a Boulder JCC In-Person program:

  • Check your temperature and your child’s temperature; stay home if temperature is 100.4 F or above.
  • Complete the health screening (stay home if you have any of the listed symptoms or exposures) and be prepared to show verification that the screening was completed upon arrival at the J.

Please see Health Screening Protocol and When to Stay Home Policy for more details

When entering and/or using the Boulder JCC facilities/campus or participating in an off-site Boulder JCC program:

  • Adults and children over the age of 3 years must wear a mask at all times.
  • Maintain physical distancing (6 feet of separation from other persons) as much as possible.
  • Wash your hands when entering and exiting the facility and frequently while in the facility.
  • Follow program-specificShow All »