Staying Safe At Soccer Camp

We are full speed ahead for summer 2021. Here are our current Health & Safety Protocols which we will update as necessary. **Updated January 18, 2021**

Covid-Related Cancellation and Refund Policy

Pre-Arrival and On-Arrival Testing and Symptom Checks

Maintaining Cohorts

Health Monitoring, Cleanliness and Sanitation

Maintaining a “Bubble”

Keeping Indoor Spaces Safe

Covid-Related Cancellation and Refund Policy

  • Our Camper Assurance Program safeguards your investment should Covid-related issues arise that prevent you from sending your daughter to camp.
  • The CAP program lets you cancel for ANY reason, including reasons related to Covid.
  • If you purchase CAP and cancel, your entire investment will be returned either in cash or as credit toward a future camp session for your child or a sibling.
  • For more information on CAP, view the Terms and Conditions of the Camper Application (Section 1b).

Pre-Arrival and Arrival Testing and Symptom Checks

  • Submission of pre-camp symptom checklist
  • Preferred mode of transportation to camp is via a family vehicle
  • Face covering required for those traveling by air
  • Prior to arrival, campers and staff must test Negative for COVID-19
  • Negative “Rapid” test upon arrival at camp
  • Cabin Counsellors will be tested between sessions

Maintaining Cohorts

  • Camper and staff cohorts will remain together, socially distanced from others in all activities including soccer
  • Masks will be worn when outside of cohorts

Health Monitoring, Cleanliness & Sanitation

  • Daily screening of campers and staff
  • Immediate Rapid test for those exhibiting symptoms
  • Ongoing hand washing during the day and at mealtimes
  • Hand sanitizer stations prominent throughout camp

Keeping Indoor Spaces Safe

  • All cabins equipped with air conditioners and medical-grade HEPA air filters
  • Frequent cleaning and disinfecting of all cabins, bathrooms, facilities and equipment
  • Addition of large tented areas and expanded outdoor spaces for dining and evening programs
  • Indoor activities reduced to absolute minimum; masks worn by all indoor activity participants

Maintaining a “Bubble”

  • No off-camp Bridge trips
  • Staff will not leave camp except on essential camp business and will observe distancing protocols

 

Want to Chat With Us?

Directors Katy Kreiner and Paul Titley work full-time, year-round to plan and prepare for the summer. If you have questions or need help, send us a message and we will be in touch shortly.

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