COVID-19 Camp Restrictions
Campers will be in groups of no more than 10 with staff assigned to them. They would remain in that group for the entire week. The groups will be socially distanced and separated from each other at all times during the day. Intermingling or interaction between the groups and the counselors will not be allowed.
The groups will rotate through activities during the day with sanitizing protocols taking place in between group rotation.
Drop off and pick up will be curbside. Campers will have their temperature taken with a contactless thermometer prior to exiting the vehicle. If their temperature is above 100 they will not be allowed into camp that day nor able to return until they are fever free without any medicine for 72 hours.
Children exhibiting other symptoms such as cough, runny nose, rash etc. may be denied entrance to camp for the safety of other campers and our staff.
There will be no field trips this year.
We are hoping to still be able to bring in outside entertainers/activities however, that will only happen if they can prove to us that they can meet the State COVID-19 restrictions and requirements.
Arts and crafts materials will not be allowed to be shared. Each camper will be given their own bag of arts and craft materials that they will use for the entire week. If they are attending multiple weeks we will hold onto the bag and replenish as necessary.
We reserve the right to modify these restrictions/requirements and plans as deemed necessary or as mandated by the State. If families do not follow these restrictions/requirements we will not be able to allow the camper to continue to attend.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THEMES AND ACTIVITIES CAN CHANGE AT ANY TIME:
Session 1: Pirate Fun and Games Week
A pirate's life is in store for you at our first week of camp. You will dress and act like a pirate while we have extra water play days, games, and treasure hunt.
Session 2: Stars and Stripes Holiday Week
Celebrate the USA with our 2nd Annual All American hot dog cookout. Make sure you go all out wearing red, white, and blue, stars and strips.
Session 3: Super Hero Week
What superpower do you have? Have you helped others around you? During this week we embrace the greatness within. An ice cream party with some of Monroe's heroes from the police and fire departments.
Session 4: The Greatest Show Week
Circus themed fun awaits.
Session 5: Team Spirit Week
Hey now, you're an all star and we are getting our games on! Field Day Games, Color Wars, Water Olympics, plus a pizza party.
Session 6: Animal Planet Week
Paws, fins, and wings. This week we will be making dog toys for the local shelter and have some special visitors.
Session 7: Be a Character Week
Who could you be? Anyone you want at SFD Camp. We will have a Halloween Day, Disney Day, Piñata Party, and a visit from special characters to make it extra fun.
Session 8: Shake, Rattle, and Roll Week
Finish out the summer with some fun with a last blast! A DJ dance party is planned.
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