Masks

All of our staff will be required to wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth (not a face shield) at all times during the day, setting an example for campers.

Campers will be required to do so when they are unable to physically distance from other people (at a park or on a walk) unless they are able to maintain a minimum of 6 feet of distance at all times, unless they are eating or drinking or it is contraindicated per CDC recommendations.

It is recommended that campers wear a mask at all times in order to reduce exposure further but not required in the home. Parents are free to require mask wearing in the home if they’d like and should let the counselor know if campers need reminders.

Any adults in the home will be asked to wear a face covering, covering their nose and mouth, if they are going to be in the same room as our staff for an extended period of time (more than ten minutes). 

Health Screening

All staff and campers will complete a daily health screening questionnaire that covers the questions outlined by the CDC (i.e. symptoms, contact with individuals, etc), as well as have their temperature taken daily, prior to the start of at home care, to ensure it is below 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Counselor Contact

Staff will only serve a maximum of 12 children in a 14 day period (similar to local camp regulations). Parents will be given the opportunity to select who they would like to have come as their Counselor at Home and are able, and encouraged, to book the same person as often as possible.