COVID-19 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR SUMMER CAMPS

We are moving forward with our planning for our St. Edward 2020 Summer Camps.  We have reviewed the mandatory regulations and recommended best practices that were released by Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health regarding youth day camps, and we know that we can meet all of the protocols for safety while delivering a fun, quality summer enrichment camp.

We have provided the updated COVID-19 Safety Requirements for Summer Camps (below) and COVID-19 Safety Requirements for Skills Training as well as the Safety Agreement and Release for parents/guardians of summer camp participants. The Safety Agreement and Release waiver must be filled out for each summer camp participant.  

For questions regarding St. Edward High School's Safety Requirements, please contact the Office of Admission at admission@sehs.net or 216-521-2204. 

 

COVID-19 Requirements for Day Camps

 

Mandatory Requirements For Participants & Spectators (Day Camp)

 

  • Camp participants will arrive no sooner than 10 minutes prior to the start of their training session.

  • Camp participants will have their temperature taken before entering the building. If temperature is 100 degrees or higher, the camp participant will be sent home and will not be allowed to return until they have been fever free for 24 hours.

  • Camp participants will be required to wash their hands upon arrival on campus for their scheduled camp.

  • Everyone in attendance must stay 6 feet apart at all times.

  • Parents/guardians who choose to remain on campus after dropping their child off will not be permitted in the building.

  • No-touch rule is in effect. All individuals must avoid physical contact with others including high fives, huddles, or other close contact occurring before, during, and after camp sessions unless the contact is for the purpose of safety.

  • Camp participants will be required to bring their own water bottles.

  • Camp participants will be required to arrive in appropriate apparel / gear and immediately return home to shower and clean clothes.  Additionally, camp participants are not permitted to bring any additional items (such as backpacks, change of clothes, etc.) into the building.

 

Mandatory Requirements For Coaches (Day Camp)

 

  • Coaches must operate under reduced staff to child ratios and maximum group size limitations at all times.  One coach per nine school-age children (1:9) with no more than nine campers in a group.

  • Coaches will have their temperature taken when they arrive. If temperature is 100 degrees or higher, the coach will be sent home and will not be allowed to return until they have been fever free for 24 hours.

  • Wash hands prior to beginning activity.

  • Coaches or designee will be required to take temperatures of all camp participants prior to the camp beginning. If temperature is 100 degrees or higher, or if they are experiencing any symptoms, the camp participant will be asked to return home and not return until they are fever free for 24 hours.

  • Attendance & symptom check will be recorded by the coach daily and submitted to Athletic Director weekly to maintain and assure compliance.

  • Disinfected equipment will be recorded by the coach daily and submitted to Athletic Director weekly to maintain and assure compliance.

  • Coaches must designate space to ensure and maintain 6-foot distancing at ALL times.

  • Coaches must wear a mask when coaching.

 

Mandatory Sanitation Requirements (Day Camp)

  • Portable handwashing stations will be provided to camp participants and coaches for them to wash their hands prior to camp beginning and before leaving for home.

  • Hand sanitizer will be provided to camp participants and coaches at each station.

  • At the conclusion of each camp session all equipment and surfaces that have been used or had the potential being used will be disinfected. This includes, but not limited to:

    • Weight Room - Specific stations, benches, bars and dumbbells.

    • Basketball Courts or the Turf Field - Specific pads, balls or cones used during training and or practice.

    • Areas of egress including doors and doorframes.

    • Locker rooms

    • Portable handwashing stations

Confirmed Cases:  If there is a confirmed case of COVID-19, appropriate government health officials will be informed and safety, isolation, contact tracing, and sanitation protocols will be followed.

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