If you, or a member of your family, are exhibiting signs of COVID-19 or any flu-like symptoms or have been exposed, you and your children are not permitted to attend camp.
Face masks are required for camp staff for parents on drop-off and pick-up. Campers will also be required to wear masks. Frequent breaks will be taken indoors and mask breaks taken outdoors with social distancing. Campers will not wear masks during meals. Exemptions are made for children with medical notes.
Thermal temperature scans with contactless thermometers will be done on all children and staff entering the facilities. Staff are screened for symptoms and exposure prior to entrance. Exposure precautions and quarantine restrictions associated with positive testing will be followed according to the California Department of Public Health.
Only groups of 12 children will be permitted to be together at one time. No more than 12 children will be in a group. Within the cohort, six foot distance will be enforced between campers with the understanding that California states “physical distancing between young children in the same cohort should be balanced with developmental and socio‐emotional needs of this age group.”
All equipment will be sterilized before and after play. There are no exceptions to this rule. Gloves will be worn and a disinfectant will be used. Hand-washing is encouraged throughout the day but required before and after lunch and during and after use of the bathroom.
Bubble soccer, bounce houses and use of water fountains will be suspended indefinitely for the safety of campers. Separate equipment is used for each cohort and is not shared during the camp day. Campers will not change cohorts and siblings will be grouped together whenever possible.
Resources used to determine Covid-19 regulation requirements:
California Department of Public Health Order:
San Mateo County Health Order: https://www.smchealth.org/sites/main/files/file-attachments/ho_order_c19-11_20200617.pdf?1592431253
Contra Costa County: