Camp Cheerio Covid-19 protocols
Protocols as of April 25, 2023:
The health and safety of our Campers and Staff are always the top priority at Camp Cheerio. Although the Covid 19 pandemic seems to be behind us, we continue to monitor for Covid and other communicable illnesses.
We are returning to pre-Covid check-in procedures in 2023, so all medical check-ins are in the gym (Remember to print and bring your Opening Day Check-In Form with you on Opening Day). Masks will not be required on check-in day or in Camp, but we do ask you to send a mask with your Camper just in case they are needed.
We will also not be checking on vaccination status, although we would like for you to list the Covid vaccination on your child’s health form.
The major key to our success in keeping Covid and other communicable illnesses out of Camp is to make sure everyone who enters into Camp arrives healthy. Campers and Staff will be expected to closely monitor their health the week prior to attending Camp. If your child is feeling ill in any way, please do not bring them to Camp. We will make every effort to accommodate them in another session, or will give you a full refund if we are unable to find an alternative. Camp is close, group living, so an illness can easily affect a whole cabin.
While at Camp, frequent reminders will be made for everyone to wash their hands with soap and water and/or use hand sanitizer multiple times each day. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout Camp at each building and at activities. Camp is cleaned and sanitized each day. Public restrooms and heavily used areas are cleaned multiple times a day. Activity equipment is cleaned as necessary.
We are looking forward to a safe and healthy Camping Summer!