What is your masking policy?
All campers and staff are to wear masks while conducting indoor activities. We encourage the children to bring masks that are comfortable for them but the camp will have masks available for those that need them.
What is your social distancing policy?
It is our intention to keep the children separated based on age groups. While we recognize that children have siblings, relatives and friends in other age groups with whom they are socializing when not in camp, nevertheless, we will be doing our best to keep the groups separated while under our care. Within each group, activities will encourage distancing to the best of our ability.
Will the children have to sanitize?
Yes! We will be sanitizing the children's hands regularly especially as they transition from activities.
What happens if a camper becomes ill at camp?
If a camper becomes ill or exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 while at camp, the camper will be separated from other campers and moved to the designated space identified as the camp’s Isolation Room. While in the Isolation Room, the camper will be monitored. The camp staff will contact parents/guardians and, if needed, the camper’s emergency contacts. Parents/guardians and/or emergency contacts will be informed of the importance of the camper being picked up immediately for the safety of the camper and others.
If a camper is ill, when may he or she return to camp?
Campers presenting general illness symptoms that are non-COVID related will need to remain away from camp until they are symptom-free without the use of medication for 24 hours. The child will require a negative COVID-19 test. Rapid Tests will be available through the program.
What is the procedure if a child arrives at camp exhibiting COVID-19-like symptoms?
Children exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to enter camp.
What if a camper develops symptoms during a camp session?
The camper will be assessed, and the parents will be notified immediately to pick-up the camper. Based on signs and symptoms, the camper may be placed in the isolation room until parent pick-up occurs.