We appreciate your patience as we continue to develop our Covid-19 guidelines to ensure maximum physical and emotional safety for our campers and staff this summer. As more research, guidance, and rules comes out from the CDC and NYS DOH, we will work with our Medical Advisory Committee to update our guidelines accordingly. Keep an eye out for a Medical Town Hall before the start of camp, which will answer any pressing questions. In the meantime please make sure to read over this, and our Covid Resource page carefully.
In our last update, we explained our strategy to maintain a Safe Bubble at camp by having one arrival day, strict distancing, and testing procedures in the first week. We hope to effectively weed out the virus so that your children can enjoy as close to 'normal' of a summer as possible. This update will delve into what happens if someone is found to be sick at camp in terms of procedures at camp and financial policy.
After the first 3 days of Cautious Distancing, we will start moving towards a more 'normal' camp experience for all Campers & Staff. That being said, we will maintain the Safe Bubble throughout the entire summer, and are taking this measures to monitor symptoms and limit spread:
In case someone is sick
If someone is showing signs of Covid, make sure to separate them from the group and administer a PCR test. In the meantime, the rest of camp is paused and split into Pods.
As camp begins, we will continue to update you on the status of Covid at camp. We will let you know about the results of pool testing, and will let you know if there are any cases. Thank you for trusting us, your child's safety is our priority!