Protocols as of January 23, 2023:
The health and safety of our campers and staff remains a top priority for us at Camp Cheerio. Our plan at this time is to return to a cabin arrival and gym check-in, as in years previous to Covid. We will not be doing a health screening in the car line. We will no longer require masks in the dining hall and other indoor areas. We will no longer require a Covid test prior to coming to camp or a copy of a vaccination card, as we did in 2022. We will continue to provide care to anyone who begins to feel sick during their time at Camp. Any camper who is feeling ill should report it to their counselor immediately so that they can be checked at the Health Hut.
While at Camp, frequent reminders will be made for everyone to wash their hands with soap and water and/or hand sanitizer multiple times each day. Hand sanitizer will remain available throughout Camp at each building and each activity. 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.
The major key to our success is to make sure everyone who enters into Camp arrives healthy. Campers and staff will still 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 give you a full refund if we are unable to find an alternative. We are looking forward to working together to create a safe and fun environment for everyone and returning to a more “normal” summer in 2023!