During this challenging time, The Cabin’s priority is the safety of our students and staff. Throughout the summer we will be monitoring information from national, state, and local health organizations to develop procedures to reduce the possibility of transmission. Currently we believe there is a possibility we can hold camps in July and August if we follow some stringent guidelines. However, if conditions appear unsafe in late June, we might have to cancel the entire camp season.
Please review the below set of COVID-19 precautions so you and your camper know what to expect. These guidelines will continue to be updated as we learn more.
- On the first day of camp, parents will be required to confirm that their child has maintained a normal temperature and has been symptom free for 14 days prior to camp. Parents will also be required to sign a legal release regarding COVID-19 transmission.
- Camps will have a maximum of 8 students, 1 teaching-writer, and 1 camp assistant to keep overall numbers at 10.
- Students will be expected to do their best to maintain social distancing rules during camp. Teachers will enforce those rules rigorously throughout the day. If you think your child might have difficulty following these rules, please reconsider enrollment.
- Most camp sessions will be outside, even on hot days, to help maintain distancing rules.
- The Cabin building and classrooms will be cleaned before and after camps.
- Traditionally, camps have scheduled a student reading on the last day of camp. To keep our groups small we unfortunately won’t have readings this summer.