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Camp Safety Information

GrowFit is committed to you and your family’s safety and security. Each of our camp locations operate under specific protocols which are required either by law or by GrowFit’s own standards. These standards are requirements for each of our camp locations.

Staff Safety Certifications & Requirements

Hiring wonderful and caring staff is GrowFit’s number one priority. All GrowFit staff must complete the following requirements in order to start working for GrowFit.

Team Leaders

  • Studied child development or have lots of experience guiding and coaching kids
  • Passed background checks
  • Trained in CPR, First Aid, and AED
  • Certified in concussion awareness (CDC)
  • Completed training in bully prevention (National Alliance for Youth Sports)
  • Certified in Epi-pen use
  • Undertook online training programs
  • Extensive hands-on training sessions
  • Prepared for emergency situations


  • Educated in child development or highly experienced in working with kids and coaching
  • Successfully passed background checks
  • Certified in concussion awareness (CDC)
  • Trained in bully prevention (National Alliance for Youth Sports)
  • Certified in Epi-pen administration
  • Completed online training courses
  • Thorough in-person training completed
  • Fully trained in emergency response procedures

We kindly request that if you, or a family member, show any signs of COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms, or have been exposed to someone with these symptoms, please stay home and avoid bringing your children to camp.

Masks aren’t required at camp starting March 14th, 2022, but you can still wear one if you want. This is in line with the latest advice from the California Department of Public Health.  

Hand-washing is encouraged throughout the day but required before and after lunch and during and after use of the bathroom.