(Savannah Summer Camps 2020) Camp In Place @ Savannah Country Day School

Savannah Country Day School summer camp in place 2020

Camp In Place at Savannah Country Day School

Learn more & register online here. (spots limited)

Camp In Place at SCDS is the answer to your summer camp needs for 2020. Your child(ren) will love getting out of the house and having tons of fun with friends and their spectacular CIP staff.

CIP will have no more than 16 campers in a group.

Grades: rising K-5th graders

Dates/Time: June 15 – July 24th, Monday – Friday, 8:30-4:30 (No Camp on July 3rd)

Tuition: $210/week/camper + 1 time $35 non-refundable summer registration fee

Featuring: fantastic indoor/outdoor games, creative arts and crafts, wacky competitions, talent shows, game shows, lip sync contests, nature explorations, camper-led play and much more!

Extended Care: $65 weekly, includes morning wait 7:30-8:30 AM & after care 4:30-5:30 PM

ACA camper/staff ratios-

Rising K – 1st graders – 1:6 ratio

Rising 2nd – 5th graders – 1:8 ratio

Camp In Place at SCDS will be following the protocols required by Gov. Kemp’s Executive Order, Reviving A Healthy Georgia, issued on May 12, 2020, which itemizes 32 measures (pages 23-26) for all camps to follow, and the CDC Activities and Initiatives Supporting the COVID-19 Response and the President’s Plan for Opening America Up Again issued on May 17, 2020 (please see pages 44-48 for camps). The SCDS safety policy incorporates those measures as follows.

As guidelines or restrictions change, Camp In Place will adjust accordingly.

Drop-off and Pick-up
Parents and guardians will be required to remain in their vehicles, and you will not be permitted to visit camp. Siblings who are not attending camp will also need to remain in the vehicle.

Contactless Sign In and Sign Out
Camp Staff will sign your child in and out each day.

Health Screening
Campers and staff will be screened daily at drop-off, preventing anyone from entering with a temperature greater than 100 degrees, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, other respiratory symptoms, chills, shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and new loss or taste or smell.

Staff Training
CIP summer staff will be trained on how to identify symptoms of illness in campers and other staff members, the proper processes for removing a potentially ill person, and the infection mitigation procedures to perform in such an event.

Mid-day Screening
Campers and Staff will have a second temperature screening during the day. Any person with a temperature greater than 100 degrees or cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, other respiratory symptoms, chills, shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss or taste or smell at any time while at camp shall be separated from the group immediately and must leave the camp facility as soon as practicable.

Suspicion of COVID-19
CIP will provide an isolation area for sick staff members or campers.

Hand Sanitizer and Handwashing
Camp staff will provide hand sanitizer to campers as soon as practicable upon drop-off and throughout the camp day. Campers will also be instructed to properly wash their hands during each restroom break, snack break, and meal break as well as throughout the day.

Limited, Static Groups
CIP will ensure that no group size will exceed 20 people including campers and staff in a space. To the extent possible, SCDS Camps will keep the same staff and campers in the same group for the duration of the camp session.

Social Distancing Between Groups
CIP will enforce social distancing between groups, prohibit all-camp gatherings, and prohibit congregating among campers belonging to different groups. When offered, in the case of extended care, campers will socially distance by group.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
PPE will be available to CIP campers and staff. Staff will be instructed to wear face masks when feasible and appropriate

Personal Belongings
CIP will provide a separate designated space for each camper to store personal belongings throughout the duration of the camp. Campers first and last name must be clearly written in black permanent marker on all personal belongings.

Lunch and Snack
CIP Campers will be required to bring their own lunch and snack(s) with them to camp each day in a soft-sided cooler with an ice pack. Campers first and last name must be clearly written in black permanent marker on the cooler and on all non-disposable items in the cooler.

Staff will wear gloves if and when they are helping campers open items from meals and snacks, and they will be required to change gloves in between each camper.

CIP will not be transporting campers this summer.

SCDS will be prohibiting unnecessary visitors to campus. Campus tours will be given in cars for the most part; any building tours that may occur will be kept away from summer camp operations and guests and staff on the tours will be given face coverings.

Sanitizing Bathrooms
SCDS Staff will clean and sanitize bathrooms and all frequently touched surfaces regularly throughout the opening hours in addition to the regular cleaning schedule. Shared restrooms will be sanitized no less than twice per day.

Nursing Support
An SCDS nurse will be on-site during all times that Campers are present at the camp facility to the extent practicable.

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