COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Our evolving policies are designed to keep our camp community safe and healthy and be in alignment with State and local guidelines.

    Current COVID-19 Policies:

    We continue to adjust our protocols in accordance with guidance from the Health Department and the CDC.

    • We are aware of the rising cases in Tompkins County. As of September 26, 2022, masks remain optional when outdoors but required indoors (including bathrooms).
    • Participants must bring a face covering to the program every day.

    Key policy elements:

        • We ask that all families inform us if any program participant tests positive for COVID regardless of what test they used.
        • If your child tests positive for COVID we ask that you email [email protected] informing us so we can inform other participants and their families.
        • Staying home when sick
        • Physical distancing
        • Hand hygiene practices
        • Cleaning and sanitizing procedures

          Please do not send your child to programs if they have any symptoms associated with covid-19:

          • Fever or chills
          • Cough
          • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
          • Fatigue
          • Muscle or body aches
          • Headache
          • New loss of taste or smell
          • Sore throat
          • Congestion or runny nose
          • Nausea or vomiting
          • Diarrhea

            Additional precautions include:

          • Decreased cohort sizes (mixed groups)

      • Please be sure that your young person brings two clean face coverings (in case one becomes unusable) to program.
      • Please be vigilant about monitoring symptoms in your family, and do not send children to our program if they have had symptoms or been exposed to someone with COVID-19.
      • We will continue to keep a close eye on developments and respond to any additional guidance from the Health Department.