Summer Camp FAQs
Summer Camp FAQs
How are you able to social distance in a camp setting?
We will be following these guidelines:
- Classes will be limited to 10 kids maximum per group with the same kids and ideally the same provider in the same group each day.
- Groups will be in separate spaces within the facility, such as staggered playground times and special activities like art and music.
- Carpet squares, mats or other visuals will be used to help kids with spacing.
- Tables with name cards may also be used to adequately space kids.
Will you offer swimming or group swim lessons during camp?
Due to Colorado regulations, we are unable to offer swimming or group swim lessons at this time. We are monitoring the situation closely and will open the pools when it is deemed safe to do so.
Will you be taking field trips?
We are continually monitoring the availability of our field trip venues. As of right now, we are unable to visit the planned locations.
What activities will you offer during camp?
We will focus on STEM activities, arts and crafts, and non-contact sports and games.
Will my child have to wear a face covering or mask?
No. We do not require children under 13 to wear face coverings or masks, but our employees are required to wear them.
Should I pack lunches and snacks?
If you purchased lunches for the week, we will prepare them according to specific safety protocols. Snacks will not be provided. If you pack snacks and lunches, please note our childcare area remains nut and peanut-free. Clean, disposable water cups will be provided, so please do not pack water bottles.
Can my child bring personal items?
Yes, but please limit items to lunches/snacks, jackets/sweaters, and other essentials. All items must be labeled and kept in a separate bag. Toys, reusable water bottles and other non-essential items are not allowed until further notice.
Can my child bring his/her own hand sanitizer?
Individual hand sanitizer is allowed if separately labeled; however, sanitizing stations/wipes are provided throughout the area and kids will be washing their hands with soap and water frequently.
How will children be checked in and out?
All check-in/out will be conducted curbside in front of the club’s main entrance. Please follow signage and employee directions as you arrive, including remaining in your vehicle until an employee instructs otherwise.
Why can’t I enter the club?
As a social distancing measure, we are limiting direct contact and exposure to staff and other members.
What is your sick policy for kids?
Sick kids, regardless of the nature of the illness, are not permitted at camp. If your child or anyone in your household has recently had an illness with fever (100.4°F or greater), new cough or shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, or has been exposed to COVID-19 within the preceding 14 days, please do not bring them to the club. Campers experiencing symptoms will be instructed to remain home for at least 10 days after the onset of illness and for at least 72 hours after the fever is gone without the use of fever-reducing medicine, and COVID-19 symptoms are improving.
Are you checking temperatures?
All parents are required to check their child’s temperature and monitor for other symptoms before they leave home each day. If you forget to take your child’s temperature, thermometers will be available at check-in for you to take his/her temperature in your car.
What is your sick policy for employees?
Sick employees, regardless of the nature of the illness, are not permitted to work. If it is known that staff or anyone in their household has recently had an illness with fever, new cough or shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, or has been exposed to COVID-19 within the preceding 14 days, they will not be permitted to work. Staff experiencing symptoms will be instructed to remain home for at least 10 days after the onset of illness and for at least 72 hours after the fever is gone without the use of fever-reducing medicine, and COVID-19 symptoms are improving.
How often do you clean?
Staff will be frequently cleaning and disinfecting high-use items such as tables, chairs, handles, sinks, and restrooms, as well as shared toys, supplies, and equipment, and at the end of each day.
What chemicals do you use to clean?
We use a safe mixture of bleach and water per state or local orders and guidance for daycare settings that has been approved for use with SARS-CoV2.