Frequently Asked Questions

Coyote Camp Summer 2021 (subject to change as guidelines do)

Q:Coyote Camp Details for Summer 2021
A:Coyote Camp will be offered in 3-week long sessions.

Price is $1,725 per 3-week session, discount of 10% off additional siblings' tuition. Financial aid is available, contact us for details.

All Groups will be mixed age from 3-9 years old, siblings must enroll together in the same Group.

Each Group will have 12 campers and 3 teachers. No child or teacher should move between groups to lower the risk of transmission.

Children may only enroll in one camp at a time. If the child leaves a camp early, they may not attend another camp until 3 weeks after the first camp started.

Children must attend the first week of the session. Those who do not attend the first week may not join the session later.

Children may choose not to attend for the entire duration of the program, but if they leave, their spot should not be filled by another child.

Q:Highlights of the safety protocols you’ll see at Camp:
A:Teachers and children will be required to wear masks, and only allowed to come to Camp if they are 100% healthy.

Teachers and children will be screened upon arrival, and temperatures will be taken, or reported and recorded each morning at drop off. If anyone has a temperature of 100.4°F/38°C, or 100.0°F* or higher they must be excluded from Camp. *Because infrared thermometers (the kind we will use) tend to read slightly lower than oral thermometers, SFDPH recommends a single screening threshold of 100 degrees for everyone. If a temperature reads below 96 degrees it will be rechecked.

Teachers will monitor children’s health throughout the day.

Parks Plus Creation will not allow any child to come to, or remain at Camp with any cold or flu-like symptoms, included but not limited to:
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Sore throat
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting

Teachers will assist children in proper hand washing or sanitizing upon arrival, just before departure, before and after mealtime, using the bathroom, or after using a tissue, and as needed throughout the day.

Teachers will encourage kindness and empathy, and support creative ways for children to show affection for their friends.

Teachers will encourage children to cover their mouths and keep fingers away from their face.

Teachers will thoughtfully plan activities, and stagger gatherings and meals to support physical distancing.

Teachers will provide daily communication about the Camp day via email, so face-to-face adult conversations can be limited.

Parks Plus Creation will communicate with families if a child, or teacher has COVID-19 infection confirmed by a positive COVID-19 test, and take necessary next steps as recommended by SFDPH.

Families will be required to communicate if anyone in their household has tested positive for COVID-19, if they have come in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or if they have traveled in the past 14 days.