Covid 19 Policy - What You Can Expect

Daily Health Screenings

All staff, participants, and volunteers must pass a symptom screening before participating in our programs.  You must be able to answer ‘NO’ to the following:

  • Currently experiencing any cold or flu like symptoms.
  • Are currently waiting on COVID-19 test results or have tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Have been in close contact with anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 or anyone who has had cold/flu like symptoms within the past 14 days.
  • Currently under quarantine as directed by a health professional, school or other organization.
Face Coverings and

Social Distancing

  • Not vaccinated:  In an In-Door Setting – All staff, participants, and volunteers will wear face coverings when unable to maintain social distance of 6 feet or more while participating in our programs.  Masks may be required dependent on the numbers of Covid cases CDC announces in our area – this could be an on-going change each week.
  • Fully vaccinated: Although fully vaccinated persons do not need to wear masks, our programs will be supportive of staff, volunteers and participants who choose to continue to wear a mask.
  • Eagle Mount will continue to have smaller groups to ensure safety.

*Alternative strategies may be discussed and reviewed with Eagle Mount staff for those whom breathing, sensory or other disability-related concerns preclude wearing a face covering.

Strict Hygiene Standards

  • Wash hands frequently
  • Use hand sanitizer frequently
  • Cough or sneeze inside of your elbow or use a tissue
  • Stay home if you are sick


We have always taken much needed precautions with cleaning and sanitizing and now Eagle Mount has doubled down on facility/equipment cleaning and sanitation, for your safety.  We will be doing daily extra cleanings during programs, please be mindful of the extra time between classes we are needing to keep everyone safe and healthy.

Ever-Changing Policy

We will continue to evaluate the situation and health department recommendations to evolve our programs and safety requirements. These procedures are based on best practices utilized to control the spread of Covid-19 in accordance with the Cascade County Health Department and CDC.