If you have questions or concerns about your camper, please feel free to contact our registrar’s office. Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
If your camper is immunocompromised or has an underlying health condition that makes them especially vulnerable, we strongly recommend you make a decision using your best judgement and consultation with your health care provider regarding your child’s participation in a camp session.
The protection and safety of our campers is always on our minds. Even before COVID-19, our staff continually had the security, health, and fun of the camp experience under constant consideration.
This summer more than ever we are carefully reviewing every detail of our operations in an effort to provide the safest possible experience for our families.
While no environment can be 100% free from uncertainty, our already high standards of programs and sanitation coupled with enhancements for 2020 will provide a fun summer camp while putting the health and safety of your campers first!
Please scroll down to see “WHAT WE ARE DOING TO PREPARE” for our 2020 Summer Season.
May 18, 2020
We are thrilled to announce that today The State of Texas has approved camps opening for the summer season. We will be taking some time to implement the new guidelines issued and provide additional training for our staff.
We will be postponing the opening of our season to reflect the implementation of these new policies.
NEW DATES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Session 1 (Day Camp) = June 22-25 daily 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Session 2 (Kids Overnight) = June 29-July 2
Session 3 (Kids Overnight II) = July 6 – 9
Session 4 (JH Camp) = July 13-16
If you need information about changing sessions, please contact email@example.com OR direct message us through Facebook for the fastest response time as call volume is expected to be high.
We are still awaiting final guidance from the Texas Department of State Health Services (our licensing authority) as to our permitted start date and capacity levels. Our goal is to be able to release this information as soon as it becomes available to us (we expect this to be the week of May 18th). But in the interim we are actively updating our policies, procedures and training to reflect the most current information and best practices.
WHAT WE ARE DOING TO PREPARE
This information will be updated frequently as more guidelines are released.
Revision Date 5/26/2020
+ Every staff member will carry hand sanitizer with them on campus to allow for easy access. Every staff member will have masks available for when social distancing is not possible.
+ Staff Training has been extended to allow for enhanced health, safety, sanitation and social distancing training classes.
+ Staff will be required to have daily temperature checks for 2 weeks prior to arrival for summer move in.
+ Staff will have daily temperature checks on campus.
+ Only screened campers and staff will be allowed during the season.
+ No visitors or tours will be allowed.
+ Parents needing to pick up their camper outside of the scheduled pick-up time will need to call and make an appointment to meet staff at the front entrance.
+ No “in and out” privileges for campers during a session.
+ Limit camper contact by rotating through activity stations with the same groups of campers.
+ No large groups games where campers would interact with campers outside their group.
+ Campers will apply hand sanitizer prior to handling activity equipment.
+ Will receive a temperature check prior to entering camp. Will receive daily temperature checks during their session.
+ Every items brought to camp MUST be labelled with first and last name. No lost and found services will be available. Any unlabeled items found on campus will be immediately discarded.
+ Encouraged to utilize our concessions wristbands rather that bringing cash.
+ Meal times will be staggered and scheduled to minimize the number of campers in the dining hall and allow for additional time for sanitizing between groups.
+ There will be no self-serve items available. All meals will be served by cafeteria staff, including drinks.
+ Condiments will be served in individual pre-packaged portions only.
+ All cleaning products and chemicals verified to meet CDC guidelines.
+ Activity equipment, tables and chairs disinfected between camper groups.
+ Install CDC approved signage regarding hand hygiene and “slowing the spread.”
+ Utilize floor markers to provide appropriate distancing in line areas.
+ Hand sanitizer available at dining and meeting space entrances.
+ Dorm capacities have been reduced allowing for a minimum of 6 ft. spacing between campers and implementation of alternating head/ toe orientation of mattresses to allow for additional spacing.
+ Overall campus capacity has been reduced to allow for smaller sessions.
+ Dining and meeting spaces will have designated seating areas for each group and have 6 feet of spacing between sections.
+ We have scheduled a 3 day closure between camp sessions.
+ Concessions queuing areas have been rearranged to allow for one way traffic flow, spacing between groups and a reduced capacity occupancy.