Summer Camp: Guidelines
- Each camper will have their temperature taken on arrival and be asked a series of questions regarding if they:
have COVID-19 symptoms
have been diagnosed with COVID-19
are waiting for COVID-19 test results
have been exposed to someone with symptoms or a confirmed or suspected case
- Campers are to remain 6ft apart when seated indoors or outdoors
Each camper will have their own assigned seat
- Campers and counselors must wear masks at all times unless eating or drinking
- Campers will not be allowed to socialize with any members of the public during camp hours
- When participating in games or other activities that require campers to get up and move around, campers will be expected to remain 6 ft apart or at the very least 3 ft
- Removable signs will be brought reminding campers to wash and/or disinfect their hands regularly, wear a mask, and social distance 6 ft
- Campers will either drink from their own water bottles, or provided disposable water bottles
- Each craft activity will be prepared and packaged in advance
- Each camper will have their own tools that will be disinfected at the end of use each day
- Some tools such as sharper scissors or glue guns will be handled by the counselors and disinfected after contact with campers craft
- Any objects that can not be disinfected, such as paper or cloth, must go home with the camper that day or be sealed away for 7 days
Upon arrival, parents/guardians will be asked to bring their camper/s to the pavillion at Lenn Park where the camp will be held, where they will be asked to sign in their camper/s.
Parents/guardians must pick up their camper/s promptly at 12pm. We ask that parents/guardians come to the pavillion to pick up their camper and sign their child out. If a child is left within our care an hour past pick-up time, and both the parents/guardians and emergency contact can’t be reached, we will reach out to the local authorities.
In case of camp cancellation, payment will not be due till two weeks prior to camps start. Cash, check or card accepted. Checks can be made out to “Museum of Culpeper History”. To pay with card, please come into the Museum or call (540) 829-1749 and we will process the transaction over the phone.
If a child becomes ill or has had contact with someone diagnosed with Covid-19 in the two weeks prior to the camps start date, please let the Education Coordinator know, and any registration fees will be refunded.
After registration, parents/guardians will be sent a Health Form and an optional Photo Release Form.