Boomers Day Camp 9
Dates:
8/10/2020 8:00 AM - 8/14/2020 5:00 PM
Time:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ages:
Grades 1st - 8th
Cost:
Availability:
Registration for this session is no longer available
Description
Boomers love our Day Camp!

Due to the pandemic, we have implemented policies and procedures to prevent transmission of coronavirus. Although we cannot guarantee that there is absolutely no risk to your camper or your family, we will mitigate as much risk as possible given our circumstances. We will continue to abide by CDC, local, and state recommendations. We are also training in the policies suggested by the American Camp Association. We want campers, families, and staff to be safe, healthy, and happy and will always work toward that end.

Science shows that being outside combined with social distancing and mindful sanitation, reduces the likelihood of transmission of viruses. We will stay in open air areas as much as possible. Anytime we are inside, we will wear face masks except when dining. Please prepare your camper with the appropriate clothing for the weather. Hand-washing, distancing, and masking will be our standard daily operation.

Morning drop-off will include an interview with parent/guardian to assess the household's health situation. Temperatures will be taken in the morning, afternoon, and at pick-up. We retain the right to refuse attendance to any child showing symptoms of coronavirus (fever, dry cough, sputum production, shortness of breath, fatigue, body pain, chills, etc.).

Campers will be monitored for symptoms through the day. Any child showing symptoms will be quarantined immediately and parent/guardian contacted to pick up the child. In this case, communication will be circulated from the camp to other parents/guardians within that camper's group that someone has been identified with symptoms. This is not a diagnosis of COVID-19, it is simply a warning that a child has shown some symptoms that are associated with COVID-19.

This year we are serving a light breakfast between 8:00 and 8:30. We serve a healthy lunch and provide a mid-afternoon snack.

Activities include morning worship, field games, swimming, boating, fishing, rock climbing, hiking, archery, dancing, and a campfire. All activities will observe sanitation and social distancing.

Day campers may have limited screen time depending on the weather or while there are limited participants during the morning drop-off or afternoon pickup times.

Campers are asked not to bring electronic devices or other items with them to camp for sharing.
Please discuss with the Day Camp Director any scheduling issues, illnesses, emotional or behaioral issues, and/or dietary concerns regarding your camper.

Instances of bullying, hitting, inappropriate touching, or abusive or vulgar language will result in a warning to the camper and parent/guardian. If the behavior continues for a second time, the parent/guardian will be asked to withdraw the camper from the camp until the Camp Director can be assured that the behavior has been modified.

Campers should bring a CLEAN, WASHABLE, CLOTH FACE MASK (PLEASE NO BANDANAS OR BUFFS), water bottle, towel, bathing suit, water shoes (optional), spray sunscreen, and a small backpack. Please label your campers items.

Please contact Jim Austin if you have any questions or concerns regarding our day camp program.
Discounts:
AmountDiscount NameDescription
10%Early Bird
10%Multi-Week DiscountRegister for two or more sessions and receive a 10% discount per session.
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