What will camp look like this summer?

What will camp look like this summer?

Masks: Masks will not be required to be worn at camp.

Testing: Covid tests are not required to attend camp.

Screening: Campers will have a health screening by one of our nurses upon arrival at camp, just as they do every year. The screening will include a check for symptoms of or recent exposure to Covid.

Vaccination: Covid vaccination is not required to attend camp, however a record of whether the camper is vaccinated or not is required, as is required with all vaccinations. A copy of the camper’s vaccination card should be provided with the health form. In the event of a positive case of covid, unvaccinated campers within the stable group of the positive case will be sent home. Vaccinated campers will be allowed to stay at camp.

Social Distancing: Campers will be limited to interaction with their stable group, which will consist of the campers in their age group (8-12 or 12-16). Campers will not have close interactions outside of the stable group. Our staff will also be taking some precautions to limit unnecessary close interactions outside of their stable group.

Response to Positive Case: If a positive case is identified at camp, all unvaccinated individuals who have had close contact with the individual who tests positive will be separated from the rest of those at camp until they can be picked up or leave camp. Vaccinated individuals and those who have not had close contact with the individual who tests positive may be allowed to stay at camp. As always, parents are asked to be able to pick up their campers or be able to make arrangements to have their campers picked up the same day as they are contacted by camp.

Check-In & Pick-Up Procedures

Check-in: Check-in on Sunday is from 3:00-4:30 pm. Campers will arrive and go through the check-in process in the camp Dining Hall with one adult per camper. We ask that families do their best to limit the number of family members accompanying the camper to camp. If multiple family members are present we will ask that one adult accompany the camper through check-in, while any additional people wait outside of the buildings and in the parking lot area.

Pick-up: Campers will be provided dinner prior to the scheduled pick-up time of 5:30-6:30 pm. Parents may arrive any time in the pick-up window. Unlike previous summers, we will not have a program for campers’ families to attend. Those picking up campers will be greeted in the parking lot and our team will collect your information, gather luggage, and bring the camper to the parking lot. Please be sure that persons authorized to pick up a camper are listed in the camper’s online account.

Masks: Masks will not be required to be worn at camp.

Testing: Covid tests are not required to attend camp.

Screening: Campers will have a health screening by one of our nurses upon arrival at camp, just as they do every year. The screening will include a check for symptoms of or recent exposure to Covid.

Vaccination: Covid vaccination is not required to attend camp, however a record of whether the camper is vaccinated or not is required, as is required with all vaccinations. A copy of the camper’s vaccination card should be provided with the health form. In the event of a positive case of covid, unvaccinated campers within the stable group of the positive case will be sent home. Vaccinated campers will be allowed to stay at camp.

Social Distancing: Campers will be limited to interaction with their stable group, which will consist of the campers in their age group (8-12 or 12-16). Campers will not have close interactions outside of the stable group. Our staff will also be taking some precautions to limit unnecessary close interactions outside of their stable group.

Response to Positive Case: If a positive case is identified at camp, all unvaccinated individuals who have had close contact with the individual who tests positive will be separated from the rest of those at camp until they can be picked up or leave camp. Vaccinated individuals and those who have not had close contact with the individual who tests positive may be allowed to stay at camp. As always, parents are asked to be able to pick up their campers or be able to make arrangements to have their campers picked up the same day as they are contacted by camp.

Check-In & Pick-Up Procedures

Check-in: Check-in on Sunday is from 3:00-4:30 pm. Campers will arrive and go through the check-in process in the camp Dining Hall with one adult per camper. We ask that families do their best to limit the number of family members accompanying the camper to camp. If multiple family members are present we will ask that one adult accompany the camper through check-in, while any additional people wait outside of the buildings and in the parking lot area.

Pick-up: Campers will be provided dinner prior to the scheduled pick-up time of 5:30-6:30 pm. Parents may arrive any time in the pick-up window. Unlike previous summers, we will not have a program for campers’ families to attend. Those picking up campers will be greeted in the parking lot and our team will collect your information, gather luggage, and bring the camper to the parking lot. Please be sure that persons authorized to pick up a camper are listed in the camper’s online account.