WE ARE OPENING CAMP ON JULY 06 ON A MODIFIED BASIS
I want to be clear here. We will do our best to provide as fun a summer program that we always do. However, you know we will be facing challenges never before seen. There will be limited programs, changes that may be made to the schedule on a daily or sometimes hourly basis. There will be ALOT to adjust to so we are asking all our parents to please be patient and understanding.
Procedures & Rules For The
There will be a maximum of 10 campers per group. All camp activities with the exception of “Candy Making” will go on as planned.
Activities are counselor or instructor-led.
Each group will be assigned their own equipment which will be clearly marked and stored in separate bags and will NOT be used by other groups. Should a group be missing or in need of additional equipment or replacement equipment, it will be issued as new or used ones will be thoroughly washed and sanitized.
Equipment staff will collect and store all equipment daily and will sanitize each set of equipment periodically throughout the day and at the conclusion of day.
During the normal camp day (9 am – 4 pm) there will be six (6) activity periods, lunch break & snack break. There will be 3 periods in the morning, lunch, then 2 periods in the afternoon, snack and one final period before the end of the day dismissal.
SPORTS AND FACILITIES
Regular sports will be played but not at competition level. THERE WILL BE NO CONTACT SPORTS, though skills and competitions will be played while barring close physical contacts.
WILL BE OPEN will be done daily. Individual groups may stay together in order to have buddy system checks, but each group will be separated in the pool by section.
(Note that while we expect the pool to be open, there is still some information we have not received regarding the opening of swimming for camps in NYC)
Food & Meals
No Lunch or Snack Provided
Lunch & Snack will NOT be provided.
All campers will need to bring their own lunch and snack which we will store daily.
Do not send any food that needs to be heated or microwaved. Anyone with specific issues or instructions can bring it to our attention at the MEDICAL NIGHT on July 01, 2020 at 7:00 pm or by calling the camp office.
THERE WILL BE NO DELIVERING OF FOOD FROM OUTSIDE VENDORS SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER ANYTHING TO BE BROUGHT TO THE CAMP.
NO ONE CAN HAVE OUTSIDE FOOD DELIVERED AT ANY TIME.
IMPORTANT! ANY CAMPER OR STAFF MEMBER THAT LEAVES DUE TO POTENTIAL ILLNESS CAN ONLY RETURN AFTER RECEIVING WRITTEN MEDICAL CLEARANCE FROM A QUALIFIED PHYSICIAN.
Regular emergency camp-related procedures shall remain as in years past.
Parents/Guardians MUST keep sick children/campers home
COVID-19: In the event that a staff member, parent/guardian of a child/camper is suspected or is found to exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, they must be. The staff member, parent/guardian of a child/camper must then be advised that they cannot enter the site for any reason, including picking up their child. In such an event, a minor (staff or camper under the age of 18) will be brought out to an approved adult for pickup.
In the event the camper or staff person is already in attendance, they must be removed and isolated in a designated area and must leave the facility, either by the pickup as stated above or by signing themselves out if age-appropriate.