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2022 Day Camp
Health Protocols

We follow Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) and Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC) Guidelines to maintain a safe summer camp environment

with minimal risk of contact with and spread of coronavirus.

Protocols will be updated as new information emerges.
 

Physical Distancing
Classes take place outdoors and in well-ventilated Appalachian cabins.
We prioritize for small groups of no more than 12 campers.

We do our best to maintain a safe distance of at least 3 feet between campers.
We stagger traffic by offering 30 minute windows for drive-through drop-off/pick-up.

 

Face Coverings

Since the majority of our activities take place outdoors and in well-ventilated spaces,

face coverings are not required for all-day wear, however, we ask

that your camper please bring a well-fitted face covering to wear

for when there is potential for close contact.

We are supportive of anyone who chooses to wear a face covering

for the entire duration of camp.

 

Sanitization

Indoor learning spaces and tools will be disinfected prior to camp, in between activities,

and at the end of each day. Campers will receive their own set of tools or utensils.

Hand Hygiene
We encourage proper handwashing before and after activities and eating.
We provide hand sanitizer but campers are also encouraged to bring their own.

 

Symptom Checklist
If your camper does not feel well, please keep them home.


Please ensure that none of the following symptoms are present
before sending your child to camp each day:

Fever or chills

Cough

Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

Fatigue

Muscle or body aches

Headache

New loss of taste or smell

Sore throat

Congestion or runny nose

Nausea or vomiting

Diarrhea

Please contact us if any of these symptoms arise during the camp week.

Parents and family members of all campers will be notified.

We appreciate your understanding and support as we develop these best practices.