Camp Greenwood Summer Safety Protocols

Prior to Camp Greenwood Beginning

  • All staff have been trained on these guidelines which are provided by the CDPHE as well as additional protocols that Club Greenwood has added. To see all guidelines from the CDPHE please look here
  • All staff have adequate personal protective equipment
  • Camp Greenwood has the availability of an on-call nurse
  • All staff have been trained on current executive and public health orders in Colorado
  • All camp staff have been trained on prevention, transmission and care of COVID19 illness
  • We have ensured there is sufficient handwashing/hand sanitizing locations and supplies available
  • We have ensured there is adequate cleaning and disinfecting supplies
  • We have an space to isolate ill staff and campers with cots, bedding, a restroom nearby and supervision
  • We have prepared for closures in the event there is a case or outbreak of COVID-19

While Camp Greenwood is in Session

DROP OFF AND PICK-UP

  • Drop off and pick-up
    • Drive-up drop-off and pick-up area will be created with cones/signage on the north side of the building
    • We have lawn signs showing the route for the drop off/pick up location, it is a big loop ending on the north side of the building
    • Designated counselors will be positioned outside to greet campers/parents at their car
    • Sign-in sheets will be completed at the parents car; Counselor will offer a glove to a parent to sign or disinfect pen between use
      • Signing your child in means that to the best of your knowledge you are agreeing that your child is symptom free and has not been around anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in over 14 days
    • Parents are recommended to be in masks during pick-up and drop-off. Campers are highly recommended to wear masks.
    • Campers will be escorted from car to building. Parents will not be allowed inside in Phase One and Two
    • Campers and staff will have temperatures taken before entering camp. Any staff or child with a temperature of 100.4 or above will not be allowed
    • Campers and staff will not be allowed to enter if they have fever (over 100.4 degrees F), sore throat, new cough, new shortness of breath, new muscle aches, unexplained loss of taste or smell, diarrhea or headache
  • We will require handwashing upon arrival, before eating, and at regular intervals throughout the day for both staff and campers
  • Limit size of groups to 10 campers or less
  • Limit to 60 kids per day total
    • Call to ensure availability if you are going to do a drop-in day
  • Limit mixing of groups
  • Counselors will stay with their same group each week
  • Groups will eat lunch outside (weather permitting) with physical distancing requirements in place
    • We will stagger lunch times so that there are a maximum 25 kids in the lunch area at once, and we will keep kids with their group of 10 physically distant from other groups
  • Whenever possible we will limit activities that are not conductive to the required 6 feet of physical distancing or could pose a safety hazard where campers and staff are physical distancing
  • Per the CDPHE- If the indoor space is large enough to allow for social distancing (6 feet between each camper and minimum of 36 square feet per camper), more than one stable group could be in an indoor space at the same time as long as there is adequate space between groups and safe egress is not compromised.
    • Younger kids will be in the Youth Activity Club for the beginning of the day; attendance/lunch orders, etc., with physical distancing requirements in place. Older kids will be in Studio 3 and/or the gymnasium for the beginning of the day; attendance/lunch orders, etc., with physical distancing requirements in place
  • Counselors will be equipped with hand sanitizer for campers to use often and in between activities
  • Staff members will disinfect all supplies between each group’s use of these items so germs are not being spread from one group to another or groups will have their own equipment specific to their group
  • Staff members will be cleaning and disinfecting commonly touched surfaces, and equipment especially in areas used for temporary isolation or quarantine of ill or exposed staff and campers
  • Camp Greenwood will provide guidance and signs to maintain required physical distancing, respiratory etiquette, and hygiene.
  • Camp Greenwood will have relevant information from federal, state, and local health agencies about behaviors that mitigate the spread of disease posted
  • If parent signed the sunscreen consent form during registration, sunscreen will be put on children while staff are in gloves. Staff will change their pair of gloves between putting sunscreen on each child. We recommend putting sunscreen on your children prior to arriving to camp
  • Field trips will be determined based on the availability of the scheduled venue and how they are providing for physical distancing requirements
    • When taking the bus, campers will be spaced accordingly in a zigzag pattern with no two campers sitting next to one another. Kids must wear masks while on the bus to and from field trips. We will wash hands before entering the bus and right after exiting the bus
    • If we are not able to go to our scheduled venue for a field trip we will do special activities at Club Greenwood, or walk to a nearby park to do fun activities there

Information in Regards to Employees

  • We will screen staff for symptoms and close-contact exposures upon arrival to ensure they are symptom-free before they are cleared to work
  • We will send home staff with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or other communicable illnesses and recommend testing
  • We will require staff that are sent home to adhere to isolation and exclusion requirements
  • Camp Greenwood established protocols including isolation of the symptomatic individuals, for staff and volunteers to alert health care staff of symptoms in themselves or campers
  • Camp Greenwood has determined if any staff are at a higher risk for COVID-19 and considered whether job duties that don’t involve interaction with others are advisable
  • To the extent possible, staff will remain with the same group of campers and maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet whenever possible, including during meals and recreation
  • We will require staff to wash hands upon arrival, before eating, and at regular intervals throughout the day
  • We will require staff to wear masks or face coverings whenever possible

Information in Regard to Campers

  • We will screen campers for symptoms and close-contact exposures at drop of and pickup and ensure they are symptom-free before they are able to attend camp
  • We will send campers with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 home with a recommendation to get tested immediately
  • We will educate campers about COVID-19 and the related protocols, and address their fears and questions daily
  • We will establish protocols for campers to self-report symptoms to staff, we will discuss the symptoms with campers so that they are aware and able to communicate with us
  • Campers, to the extent possible, will be kept in stable groups of 10 campers with the same staff and counselors and maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet during eating and recreation
  • Campers will wash hands upon arrival, before eating and at regular intervals throughout the day
  • Require masks or face coverings whenever possible
    • Masks for campers are highly recommended, especially in areas where physical distancing of 6 feet is hard to maintain