Parents and Families,
The health, well-being, and safety of our campers has always been our first priority. We think that it is important to share all of the efforts that we are introducing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our program and help manage the health and safety of your children. Some of these changes are quite different from how we've operated in the past, so we encourage all parents to read through the following carefully.
As always if you have any questions, comments, or concerns we'd love to hear from you and can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (405) 334 9348.
We are excited to announce all summer camps will be held at the OKC Fairgrounds, at the former Oklahoma Contemporary Arts building.
Location Address: 3000 General Pershing Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73107. View on Google Maps
You’ll be able to drop your child right at our front door and enjoy contactless check-in and out using our key-fob system.
To promote social distancing, building access during camp times is limited to campers and staff only.
All campers will have their temperature checked each morning using a touchless infrared thermometer. Campers with a fever greater than 100.4° will not be admitted to camp. We encourage parents to check their children’s temperature daily before coming to camp.
All campers and staff will be required to wear masks throughout the day, except for snack and lunch times.
We’ve carved out plenty of time each day for campers to wash their hands, including on arrival and before and after eating. In addition, hand sanitizer will be available in each classroom to be used as needed.
We’ve reduced the number of students in each class and implemented practical measures that reduce high touch activities and games as well as shared supplies. Additionally, our campers will be encouraged to spread out during class times.
Water fountains are a high-risk area, so we’re requiring all campers to bring their own labeled water bottle each day. Each classroom will have a designate area for lunchboxes and water bottles. Campers should only bring their sack lunch and water bottle each day, all other personal items including electronics must be left at home.
Strict cleaning and sanitizing protocols are being introduced, including frequent cleaning of any high touch surfaces as well as ongoing sanitizing of all classrooms and shared spaces.
While our morning hours haven’t changed After Care will now end at 5:15 pm daily. Remember that there is no After Care on Friday due to end of session performances.
Our staff will keep your campers safe by adhering to many new protocols including enhanced sanitation, daily temperature checks, and commitment to social distancing.
Our policies have been shaped by CDC guidelines as well as health policies developed for child care centers and camps. We’re committed to remaining vigilant throughout camp and are ready to adjust how we do things when necessary.