Camp Release Form

All campers' parents/guardians must complete this online form before the first day of camp! 

Updated on July 7, 2020

When you come to camp this year, you can expect:
(Subject to change based on county guidelines.) 
  • Fixed teams in smaller numbers, in order to limit exposure.
  • Limited enrollment for each week. If guidelines loosen, we may open more spots.
    • Max enrollment of 70 (30 teens, 30 kids, 10 W/OG, 10 tech) per week.
    • 7 teams of 10 campers maximum to accommodate for teams to have separate rooms.
    • No whole-group activities bringing teen and kids camp together.
  • Live Showcase Alternative - Teams will be recorded throughout the week for a fun, interactive, virtual showcase watch-party.  
  • In order for campers to arrive in a clean shirt each day, in lieu of a camp shirt, campers will be encouraged to wear their team colors. 
  • Campers will bring their own lunch each day.
HEALTH/SAFETY 
  • Your child’s safety is one of our primary goals. 
    • Physical distancing will be used in all areas of camp. 
    • When students and staff are in classrooms, masks will not be required as long as physical distancing can be maintained. 
    • Students and staff will wear masks when transitioning to a new area through a common space, including drop off and pick up. 
    • Students and staff must have a mask with them at all times. 
    • Students and staff will wash/sanitize hands frequently throughout the day. 
    • Rooms will be cleaned between groups. 
    • Prepackaged snacks will be served. 
    • There will be no shared items. 
  •   COVID Self Screening
    • Staff and students are asked to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms. Please review the following symptoms of COVID-19 to watch out for. Please perform a self-screening daily before coming to camp using the symptom list below. Please take your temperature. 
  • Campers may not attend camp if in the last 14 days:
    • The camper or an immediate family member has had a temperature of 100.4 or above.* 
    • The camper or an immediate family member has been in close contact with someone that tested positive and is ill with COVID-19 or is quarantined for exposure to COVID-19.
    • The camper or an immediate family member feels generally unwell. 
    • The camper or an immediate family member have exhibited ANY of the following symptoms:**
      • Fever or chills 
      • Cough
      • Congestion or runny nose 
      • Sore throat
      • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing 
      • Fatigue
      • Muscle or body aches
      • Headache
      • New loss of taste or smell 
      • Nausea or vomiting
      • Diarrhea
    • People with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms – ranging from mild cold/allergy-like symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with any of the above symptoms may have COVID-19.
  • Completely healthy campers only, please.
  • Full refunds will automatically be applied if CYT must cancel due to COVID safety measures. Full refunds will be given if a camper becomes ill before camp. Prorated refunds will be given if a camper shows symptoms of illness during camp and needs to stay home. 
*If you do not have access to a thermometer, we can screen you upon arrival using our no-touch thermometer.   

If you or your child are not comfortable with county guidelines, we ask that you not participate, as CYT is required to adhere to guidelines, as best we can.

Further details including modified drop-off/pick-up procedures, a self-screening tool, and other information specific to your camp week will be emailed to all enrolled families prior to the start of camp.
 

Country TOY Jamboree Camp (Ages 5-12)

Reach for the sky, CYT Campers!  Strap on your boots and cowboy hats as we join Woody, Jessie and the rest of the Toy Story Gang in the Wild Wild West! Get ready for a hoe-down show-down between the Countrified Toys, the Happy Campers and the Not-So-Happy Campers as we sing, dance, and act (or is it hoot, holler an’ ho-down?) to some old-time country classics as well as some new swing-swangin’, boot-scootin’ tunes from modern day!!!

Country Toy Jamboree is a Monday-Friday camp.  
8-12 year olds attend 9am-3pm.
5-7 year olds attend 9am-12pm. 

What the Tech! (Ages 12-18)

Now more than ever, we see the importance of technology. The world’s gone virtual, and there’s no turning back!  CYT’s Techie Campers will learn the basics of photography and videography with a focus on creating a camp video for all to see.  Students will participate in daily interactive workshops where they’ll learn skills such as the importance of framing, keeping a consistent vision and how to capture the mood. They’ll receive hands-on learning throughout the week as they capture camp candids and performance footage to learn about editing and audio techniques. This special team of campers will collaborate to produce an original camp video presentation to be shared at showcase, and with the world!

What the Tech! is a Monday-Friday camp 9am-3pm. 

A Magical Musical Camp (Ages 12-18)

A Camp Inspired by All Things Harry Potter
Sign up to receive your letter of acceptance to attend a week of Magical Musical Camp. Offstage, be sorted into your house teams and compete in the Tournament of Thespians. Attend Motions Class and Defense Against the Non-Performing Arts with your favorite professors. With the guidance of the heads of your house teams, explore biblical themes of good and evil and discover the truly magical, God-given gifts within you as you experience personal transfiguration. Will your team take home the Goblet of Camp-Fire? There’s only one way to find out.

A Magical Musical Camp is a Monday-Friday camp 9am-3pm.

CYT VIRTUAL FAMILY CAMP (All ages!)


From the comfort of your own home, welcome to CYT Family Camp, Disney Vol. 1! This 5 day adventure will have families of all sizes, singing, dancing, learning new skills, having fun, and developing character together and at your own pace. We’re going to experience theater arts training using some of our favorite Disney themes like Aladdin, Mary Poppins, Frozen, The Lion King, and more. When you purchase this digital Camp, you’ll receive access to the CYT Family Camp Handbook that will guide you through the week, complete with video lessons in singing, dancing, and specialty workshops, printable activities, game instructions, lists of optional supplies, and all the info you will need for a memorable week the whole family can enjoy! One camp fee covers everyone in your household, plus there are bonus “activities with friends” where you can invite others in on the fun!



 

Current Camps:

Camp: Age: Chapter: Location: Start: End:
A Magical Musical Camp (Week 2) 12-18 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 20 Jul 24
A Magical Musical Camp (Week 3) 12-18 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 27 Jul 31
Country TOY Jamboree Camp (Week 2) 8-12 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 20 Jul 24
Country TOY Jamboree Camp (Week 3) 8-12 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 27 Jul 31
Country TOY Jamboree Camp: Our Gang (Week 2) 5-7 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 20 Jul 24
Country TOY Jamboree Camp: Our Gang (Week 3) 5-7 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 27 Jul 31
CYT Family Camp, Disney Vol. 1 3-79 Sacramento Online ONLINE Jul 01 Jul 31
What the Tech! (Week 2) 12-18 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 20 Jul 24
What the Tech! (Week 3) 12-18 Roseville Valley Springs Church - Stage Jul 27 Jul 31

Camps

During the summer, CYT Branches put on week-long musical theater day camps for students ages 5-18. Camps are designed to be a fun and energetic immersion into the world of musical theater. Camps are jam-packed with games, activities, and interactive workshops that build performance skills, self-confidence, and teamwork. Typical camps include team competitions, rotations through drama, dance, and voice workshops and a concluding showcase for family and friends. 

CYT Summer Camps are all about fun, friendships, and theatrics. Camps are a great yearly tradition for your child!

Camp Description

CYT Camp Themes

Camp workshops, games, devotionals and the final Showcase performance center around an original theme.

Counselors

Camp staff includes local artists, CYT Production Artistic Teams, and  theater specialists. These counselors are high energy, experienced, and love working with kids! CYT aims to hire counselors who are great role models for our students. All CYT counselors have been background checked and adhere to our CYT Mission and Values. 

Showcase

At the end of camp, students perform in a showcase that they have rehearsed over the course of their fun-­filled week. Family and friends get to come watch the students perform the material they have learned in just one short week, free of charge! Showcase is a celebration of the week’s work and gives kids a glimpse into the energy and excitement of being part of a full CYT production.
*Showcase may take on a different format for the 2020 year.