The camp schedule will include fun weekly themes, games, arts and crafts. Children will need to bring sunscreen, face masks, and lunch with a drink everyday.
Camp is for age 5-12.
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There are a number of modifications that we need to make to Super Star Summer Camp's structure to adhere to the state’s guidelines and provide a fun and safe environment for your children. Below are details concerning these modifications.
- Camp groups will be limited to 10 children plus two staff members. This meets the state’s recommendations concerning group size and child-to-staff ratios.
- Based on the Restore Illinois guidelines for day camps, camp groups must remain static throughout the week. Therefore, we are limiting registration to a single 5-day option (no 3-day or 1-day options will be available). Families can choose to not send their children all five days, but everyone must sign up for the 5-day option.
- Because the Park District is not able to combine groups of campers or schedule staff in shifts, we are no longer able to offer before or after care.
- To limit the number of people inside the Heritage Center, we will be conducting curbside drop-off and pick-up. More details concerning the logistics of curbside drop-off and pick-up will be shared in the coming weeks.
- All campers will be required to bring a face mask to camp. Our goal is to practice social distancing as much as possible. However, if there are times where campers are within six feet of one another or using a public space such as a hallway or the restroom, they will be required to wear their mask.
- We will conduct as many camp activities outside as possible.
- We are no longer able to offer field trips, swimming days, or water activities. We are developing group activities that encourage physical distancing (i.e. chalk obstacle course, freeze dance, bingo, etc.), as well as crafts that can be completed independently (i.e. tie-dye). We also plan to utilize our theater once a week for a movie on our big screen.
- We will create individual supply bags for campers to reduce the sharing of supplies and equipment. Equipment will be sanitized regularly.
- The Restore Illinois guidelines for day camps request that food is brought in disposable containers. Therefore, lunches should be packed in one-time use containers that can be disposed of upon the completion of lunch.
- We are required to turn off all water fountains. Campers can either bring a refillable water bottle (full at the start of each day) or bottled water. Once that has been consumed, the Park District will provide additional bottled water for the remainder of the day.
- Both staff and campers will need to wash their hands frequently throughout the day. There will be an adequate supply of soap and hand sanitizer available.
- Cleaning and disinfecting of the facility will be conducted with CDC protocols. Cleaning and disinfecting of common areas and commonly touched surfaces will occur regularly throughout the day.