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Important Documents and Covid Policies


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Important Documents


Covid Policies


  • Throughout camp it is encouraged that all persons follow all applicable CDC and MDH standards and guidance. These include but not limited to:
    • Following the direction of camp staff at all times
      • Camp staff have been trained on the most up-to-date requirements of Federal, State, and Local laws, procedures, and guidance. Camp staff will prioritize the health and safety of all campers and staff in their decision-making.
      • If a camper refuses to follow directions from camp staff without a legitimate medical reason, the camper will be sent home immediately without a refund.
    • Masks
      • Masks are NOT required during camp for campers or staff except potentially during specific situations.
        • In the event a staff member directs a camper to wear a mask and the camper refuses without a legitimate medical reason, the camper will be sent home immediately without a refund.
      • If they wish, all persons are encouraged to wear masks unless they create an unsafe situation. These may include but are not limited to: while sleeping or during physical exertion in certain temperature and humidity ranges (staff will let campers know when this presents an unsafe situation, campers may choose to sit out if they wish).
      • Masks are encouraged during situations where social distancing may not be possible, especially indoors (staff will let campers know in advance of potential close quarters).
    • Social distancing
      • Social distancing of 6’ is encouraged whenever possible especially indoors.
      • If sharing a room with another person, it is encouraged that you sleep ‘head to foot’ on separate beds to enable more distance during sleep.
    • Personal hygiene
      • All campers and staff are encouraged to maintain a healthy environment via a high standard of personal hygiene.
      • This includes:
        • Proper sneezing technique (into your elbow/sleeve / tissue etc.).
        • Frequent handwashing with proper technique (utilizing sanitizer/soap for 30+ seconds, front/back/between fingers).
        • Frequent showers utilizing soap
    • Wellness checks
      • Designated staff will perform regular wellness checks. If a camper/staff member does not feel well or otherwise displays potential symptoms of Covid they are required to report it.
  • Any other requirements in place by applicable jurisdictions at the time of camp will be communicated in advance





Please contact Gandalf French the SSA Technical Director with any questions!