PIONEERS OF SAFETY & KINDNESS SINCE ’71
Any camper who tests positive for COVID-19, has a high temperature, or is exhibiting COVID symptoms, will not be able to attend camp. That camper will have the option to attend a later session that has availability or roll over their registration to the following year. Additionally, as part of our mitigation efforts and care for your camper, IGC will administer a second rapid antigen test mid-week.
There will be an additional fee of $50 per session added to every camper’s invoice to cover the costs of the rapid antigen testing.
MASKS + SOCIAL DISTANCING
GENERAL CAMP INFORMATION
We take immense pride in the cleanliness of our camp, and this year we will be taking it to the next level. We are hiring additional staff for cleaning and frequent wiping down of high touch surfaces (like door handles), as well as purchasing electrostatic backpack sprayers, to be used in conjunction with our medical-grade disinfectant sprayers.
Additionally, when equipment must be shared between teams (gymnastics apparatus, recreation equipment, etc.) we will be disinfecting and/or wiping down between each usage. Good clean hand hygiene is always important and even more so in this day and age.
At IGC we have placed additional hand sanitizing stations around camp to ensure there is ample access to wash hands at any time during the camp schedule. IGC will utilize all options to increase ventilation in all buildings, maximizing the airflow.
CHECK IN / CHECK OUT
PROCEDURES FOR SUSPECTED COVID-19
Contact tracing will begin, and the campers and staff members in the COVID-19 patient’s cabin and gymnastics groups will be antigen tested. We will inform all affected campers’ parents about possible exposure and monitor them closely.
We must advise all camper families to limit their contact with others, especially high-risk individuals, for at least two weeks after returning home from camp.