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Redwood City Summer Camps 2020

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Summer Camp Information | Registration InformationSummer FAQS

We Did It! 

We've reimagined, revamped, and relaunched our Summer 2020 Camp Guide!

We have put together low ratio, multi-week camps that follow the San Mateo County Health Order, designed using best practices as defined by the Center for Disease Control, San Mateo County Health Department, American Camp Association, and California Department of Public Health.

Summer 2020 Camp Remix - Two Activity Guides!

These are living documents that we will update and add to as local changes are made. Updates will be made right here on this page.

IN-PERSON CAMPS 

UPDATED 6.19.20 to reflect some adjustments to number of weeks for some camps from 4 to 3.  


VIRTUAL CAMPS & CLASSES **NEW**

Looking for fun activities to enjoy from your own home?Registration is now open!

 

Sessions

There will be three sessions. Unfortunately, due to school schedules and staff limitations our general recreation camp session does not align with our specialty and sports camps sessions.Virtual Camps have a wide variety of weeks, days and times. 

  • Virtual Camps have a wide variety of weeks, days and times.
  • Recreation Camps (High-5, Kaboom, Stulsaft Park Camps, Whatchamcallit): July 6- July 31
  • Specialty & Sports Camps Session 1: June 22 - July 17
  • Specialty & Sports Camps Session 2: July 20-August 14
  • Wilderness Camp Session: August 3-14

Before You Enroll

Please make sure that your family can abide by the guidelines set by the San Mateo County Health Order and that your child is ready to adhere to social distancing and health & safety rules and regulations. Questions? Check out our comprehensive list of FAQs
 
Updated 6/10/20

SAN MATEO COUNTY HEALTH ORDER GUIDELINES

  • Summer Camp group size is limited to 12 children (Pod) per room or space.

  • Summer Camp sessions must run for at least three or four weeks.

  • Children and staff must remain in the same pod for at least three or four weeks.

  • Camps with multiple groups cannot change or mix for the duration of the program, essentially becoming your “Secondary Household.”

  • While within their stable group, children and caregivers/counselors are not required to social distance from each other and may share equipment per San Mateo County Health Order FAQs.

  • Families will be responsible for the health and safety of their new household. Children enrolled in our camps must commit solely to our program and may not attend more than one childcare establishment, summer camp, or sports camp simultaneously. This means that if any child is attending any childcare establishment, summer camp, or sports camp, that child may not enroll in another unless or until they have permanently stopped attending the first.

  • Parents from the same family or household unit should seriously consider enrolling their children in the same summer or sports camp, and children from the same family or household unit who do attend the same camp should be included in the same group within that camp to the greatest extent possible; however, it is not required that children from the same family or household unit attend the same camp.

  • Per the San Mateo County Health Order, attendance at all weeks of each session is mandatory. Participants may not skip any week or they will be withdrawn and there will be no refund.

  • Children will be screened daily for health at drop off. Temperature of children and staff will be taken with a no-touch thermometer prior to entering each facility / outdoor space. Any camper or employee who records a temperature over 100.3º F, or who is displaying symptoms such as dry cough, shortness of breath, or chills, will be immediately asked to go home.

  • Parents should not bring their child to camp if:
  1. Any member of the household, including the child coming to camp had fever, cough, or shortness of breath in the
    last 24 hours.
  2. If the child had contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus in the last two weeks.

 

 

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