Current Revision: May 18, 2021
This document is a summary of the safety standards and programming procedures that Camp Hubbard will be following for Summer Camp 2021. It is subject to change based on updated information and recommendations from local, state, and federal authorities.
A camper cannot come to camp if he/she has:
- Any symptoms of illness in the last 24 hours
- Come into close contact in the last 14 days with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.
- Tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
All campers must wear a mask to camp. Masks must be worn during all low-intensity activities.
Physical Distancing Procedures
- Children will remain in small groups/pods. We will make every effort to keep the same children and counselors together as much as possible throughout the week of camp.
- We will fully utilize both the indoor and outdoor spaces to keep groups separated when possible.
- The following activities will be encouraged at camp this year: elbow bumps, air high fives, and other forms of non-contact enthusiasm.
- Every day at camp will be Kiss & Go drop off and pick up for both full-day and half-day campers.
- Parents will call the on-site camp phone if needing to pick up or drop off a camper outside the designated Kiss & Go times. Staff members will meet the parent outside for the hand off of the camper.
Health and Illness Procedures
- Vaccinated staff members have the option to wear face masks.
- Non-vaccinated staff members will be wearing approved face masks during the entirety of the day.
- Hand sanitizer dispensers will be available at various locations throughout the camp and with every counselor.
- If anyone begins showing symptoms, he/she will be moved into an isolated location immediately and the family will be notified to come pick up the child.
- All campers must wear a mask to camp. Masks must be worn during all low-intensity activities.
- The mouth and nose must be kept covered at all times while wearing the mask.
- A well-secured cloth or mask that fits snugly against the face and covers an individual’s nose and mouth. It must be made of a material that prevents the discharge and release of respiratory droplets from a person's nose or mouth.
- Not approved:
- Face coverings with exhaust valves.
- Face coverings made with materials such as mesh or lace fabrics.
- Face coverings that do not cover the nose and mouth.
- Face shields without the addition of a face covering.