Opening Plan

Fall 2020

We look forward to offering some relief to families this Fall and provide a safe place for children to learn and play. We will be canceling some camps and modifying others to meet current health guidelines. Our Fall programs will be modified to smaller groups of 15 or less in an outdoor setting to ensure the health and safety of our campers and team members.

 

Site-Specific Protection Plan (SPP)

The purpose of this plan is to provide clear guidance as it relates to the programs No Limits offers, in a manner that provides a safe, clean environment for our campers and team members.

 

Screening

Our Team: Temperature check and symptom screening will be provided at the beginning of each shift. The individual conducting the temperature/symptom screening will avoid close contact with other team members to the extent possible. Both screeners and team members will wear face coverings during each screening and throughout the day.

Campers: Temperature check and symptom screening will be provided at the beginning of each day.

Parents/Visitors: At this time, parents and visitors are not allowed during the camp day.

 

Face Coverings

Our Team is required to wear face coverings, unless specifically exempted from doing so.

Parents/Guardians are required to wear face coverings during drop-off/pick-up.

Use of face coverings is strongly encouraged for young children between two years old and second grade, if they can be worn properly. Face coverings are required for children in 3rd grade through high school and may be removed for meals, snacks, naptime, or outdoor recreation.

 

Drop-off/Pick-up

Staggered drop-off/pick-up times will be implemented to limit groups from congregating.

With parent permission, our team will sign campers in and out to avoid sharing pens.

Campers are encouraged to avoid carpooling to and from camp.

 

Physical Distancing

We will put forth our best efforts to maintain a distance of 6 feet a part when it is feasible. Given the nature of our summer camp setting, it will not always be possible. During these times, team members and campers will be asked to wear face coverings.

Team members and campers will be carried out in stable groups consisting of 15 or fewer for at least 3 consecutive weeks.

If more than one group of campers are at one facility, each group will be in separate spaces and will not mix with other stable groups.

 

Transportation

While traveling in our van(s), all team members and campers will wear face coverings. Vans will be properly ventilated, cleaned, and sanitized daily.

 

Equipment

Sports with shared equipment (ie soccer, hockey, basketball, tennis) will only be played within the same stable group of 15 or fewer campers. Equipment will be cleaned and sanitized before and after each use.

Water fountains will not be utilized. Please pack water bottles.

 

Enhanced Cleaning

All equipment used by team members and campers will be sanitized daily at a minimum.

Frequently touched surfaces by team members and campers will be sanitized multiple times throughout the day.

 

For Our Team

Our Team will get guidelines outlined in this document, including:

Procedures around screening.

Required to wear face coverings, unless specifically exempted from doing so.

PPE use (proper use, removal, and washing of cloth face coverings).

Frequent hand washing.

Correct application of disinfectants and keep products away from campers.

Social distancing.

Required to remain solely with one stable group.

Our Team will teach campers to:

Properly hand wash using “20 second” protocol and use paper towels.

Properly cover up coughs and sneezes.

Avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth.

Teach children proper bathroom etiquette.

 

For Parents/Campers

Keep your child(ren) at home if they are sick or have symptoms of any illness.

Practice good hygiene at home.

Take temperature checks daily.

Keep your child(ren)  at home if he/she has a new cough or other illness symptoms, even if they have no fever.

Campers may not move or change from one program to another more frequently than every 3 weeks.

Campers may participate in up to two programs simultaneously.

Below are general CDC fact sheets to help better understand COVID-19 and steps you can take to protect yourselves:

What you should know about COVID-19 to protect yourself and others

Prevent the spread of COVID-19 if you are sick

Stop the spread of germs – help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses like COVID-19

 

Lunch & Snacks

Please pack lunch/snacks. We will not be providing lunch/snacks.

Use paper goods and disposable plastic utensils when possible.

No sharing food.

 

Signage

Signage will be posted to remind all of social distancing measures.

 

Response Protocol & Tracking

If there is a confirmed case of Covid-19 in a group, we will implement our Response Protocol & Tracking Plan. Please reference to our refund policy.

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