During these unprecedented times, we are taking all applicable and viable actions to lessen the likelihood of spreading the virus, especially to our campers.

BEFORE CAMP COMMENCEMENT ACTIONS

 

  • Review all curriculum to delete or amend any activity that contains a lot of undue physical contact; for example, all games of tag will either be played with flags around the waist or some nerf object tossed below the shoulders.

  • Deep clean and sanitize all equipment used at each camp

  • Purchase only individually wrapped snacks for children

  • Prepare for contingency operations if a camper or counselor tests positive for COVID

 

 

CAMP RULES

 

  • All kids will be temp checked each day at arrival.

  • Conduct verbal health assessment with each parent every day upon arrival (found in the DCF recommended guidelines)

  • Do you have a fever of 100.4 or higher?

  • Have you had any respiratory infection, or have had a cough, shortness of breath, and low-grade fever?

  • In the previous 14 days, have you had any contact with someone with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19; is under investigation for COVID-19; or is ill with a respiratory illness? 

  • In the previous 14 days, have you traveled on a cruise or internationally to countries with widespread, sustained community transmission?

  • All counselor should monitor for the following:

    • Runny nose

    • Consistent coughing

    • Consistent sneezing

    • Complaints of sore throat

    • Shortness of breath / difficulty breathing

    • Fever

    • Chills

    • Muscle pain

    • New loss of taste or smell

  • All staff will wear mask at all times during camp, indoors & outdoors

  • All children will be asked to wear mask during indoor activity periods.  Due to dangers of over heating in children in the Florida summers, outdoor activities will be kept socially distanced.   

  • All children will hand sanitize after each activity and upon entry to camp

  • All kids will wash hands thoroughly before and after lunch and snacks

  • Hourly cleaning routine with gloves  

    • Bathrooms, faucets, handles and levers

    • Doorknobs

  • Absolutely no sharing of food or drink

    • Single use Dixie cups will be provided if water bottle is forgotten

    • Kids cannot touch water cooler…. only gloved staff may distribute

  • Snack will be distributed by staff wearing PPE, i.e. gloves and mask

  • Tables cleaned and sanitized after snacks and lunch

  • Groups will be divided for lunch in assigned seating groups

  • End of Day Cleanup Procedure

    • Removing trash

    • Vacuuming

    • Complete wipe down of bathrooms

    • Ensure soap and dryers are stocked and working

    • Empty and clean water jugs

    • Wipe down of horizontal surfaces, door handles and faucets

  • End of the week cleanup procedure

    • Complete End of Day Procedure

    • Disinfect Water jugs

    • Scrub and disinfect sinks, toilets, urinals, hand dryers, horizontal surfaces in bathrooms

    • Clean or dispose of any forgotten lunch items (water bottles, lunch boxes, etc)