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School Break Camps at SportsHouse in RWC

GrowFit is now running School Break Camps to support families with children in remote learning programs, who want their kids to be active and socialize safely.  Located at SportsHouse in Redwood City, GrowFit School Break Camps offer a wide variety of activities and physical education to help develop your kiddo’s young athletic spirit. Based on GrowFit’s proprietary curriculum, our camps provide opportunities for thousands of different activities to be explored. Join us this season!

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What happens at camp?

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See the precautions we take.

Important Covid-19 Information: San Mateo County has amended its public health order to state that all parents must place their children in “secondary households” for three-week-long blocks. In an effort to preserve this, registration is restricted to three-week-long blocks. If regulations change and we are no longer able to operate, we will issue refunds.

Registration & Costs

Children will play sports and education games from our proprietary P.E. curriculum in 30 minute blocks all day.

Campers must register for three consecutive weeks and must not be enrolled in any other cohort at the time of registration. Registration costs $115 per day, per child and $525 per week per child from Kicks Grill included!

Drop-ins are strictly prohibited during COVID. Registration online is mandatory. A minimum of 8 children will be required to run camp.

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About the Location

At GrowFit Redwood City, your children will experience a sports camp like no other. This indoorclimate controlled facility at SportsHouse with large ceilings for ventilation and separate field, basketball, and volleyball areas for groups, offers a special space for children to play.

SportsHouse has safety, sanitization, and security as its top priority. GrowFit, along with SportsHouse, has a comprehensive sanitization policy, as well as one of the only facilities in the area that houses part of the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

Important Covid Safety Protocols

Masks: According to the California Department of Public Health, face coverings are required for children in 3rd grade and above. It includes that for 2 yrs-2nd grade mask-wearing is “highly recommended.” Considering this and that campers may be in mixed groups, GrowFit will require ALL campers to wear face masks.

Breaks: There will be frequent rest breaks inside and mask breaks outside. Masks will not be worn during meals. If a child has paperwork for mask exemption, please include a note in the allergies section when registering.

Cohorts: Camp will run under “bubble cohorts” which means that due to county Covid regulations, families are required to sign up for 3 weeks at a time and this must be the only camp or program (educational, school, etc) the child is signed up for. Therefore, campers cannot be enrolled in multiple camp cohorts either.

Visit our safety page for more details and steps we are taking to ensure the safety of families and staff.

GrowFit uses these resources to set protocols for camp. Disinfecting and space limitation guidelines are followed. Exemptions are made for children with medical notes.

California Department of Public Health Order: https://files.covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-schools.pdf

San Mateo County Health Order: https://www.smchealth.org/sites/main/files/file-attachments/ho_order_c19-11_20200617.pdf?1592431253

GrowFit at SportsHouse

3151 Edison Way
Redwood City, CA 94063

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