Below is our summer framework for approaching Covid-19 at Farm Camp for the 2023 season. We will update these procedures with the guidance of the American Camp Association and our public health department as recommended.
- All campers must be fully vaccinated by the start of camp (two-weeks post their second shot). Boosters for eligible campers are strongly encouraged, but not required.
- All campers must complete a pre-arrival screening form and submit a self-reported antigen test before camp. The screening form will be available in your camper account on the Saturday before the start of your camper’s session and will ask for you to report any symptoms your camper has and if they have had a known exposure to Covid-19.
- Any campers who have fevers will be asked to postpone their arrival to camp until they are fever-free without medicine for 24 hours.
- All campers will be asked to upload a photo of a negative antigen test taken at most 48 hours before the start of the session.
- This does not need to be a proctored test, a photo of an at-home test will be accepted.
There are no refunds for campers who are unable to come to camp due to testing positive.
- Masks will not be required at camp in most cases. Masks will be required if your camper has been exposed to Covid-19.
- Any campers who contract Covid-19 will need to be picked up from camp.
- All staff will be fully vaccinated and up-to-date on vaccinations, including receiving boosters if eligible.
- Staff will be tested upon their arrival to camp and before the start of each camper session.
- During time-off, staff are encouraged to wear masks indoors while in public settings and eat outside to limit any possible exposures.
We are committed to running a quality program that creates space for campers to connect socially and re-engage in community. We understand that this is an ever-changing situation and may make changes to our policies as needed. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected].