Camp Inagehi is looking forward to returning to camp this year. We are working hard to make sure this year is a great year for all of our weeks of camp, while taking precautions to remain safe and thoughtful about your child and our Camp staff. In preparation for camp this year we have implemented the following:
– There will be hand sanitizer in all of the common areas, promoted to be used consistently.
– Food will be prepared and served by staff who have gloves and face masks on.
– Camp Staff will be responsible for more thorough cleaning of the common areas.
Campers & Staff will be promoted to pay attention to their surroundings and peers, being respectful and kind to those who choose to take extra precautions. Camp thrives because of the love and respect for each individual camper.
– As always, we will have a nurse on staff who can evaluate all medical needs of campers. Please note that staff medical personnel will make their best discretionary recommendation based upon their professional judgments. We recognize that this may result in false positive recommendations for a camper to be asked to leave camp and seek out more specific medical attention. Note that this is for your child’s safety, no matter what day of the week it occurs.
This is NOT intended to be an exhaustive list. We are continuously monitoring the news and recommended guidelines in order to address the latest information that we believe to be relevant to Camp. That being said, we recognize that the CDC gives recommendations and not requirements. Our aim is to remain vigilant in protecting our campers while still maintaining a semblance of the Camp we are all accustomed to.
We want to make sure your child is in a fun and safe environment and we are looking forward to seeing them soon. Please keep in mind if your child has experienced COVID-like symptoms or a fever for any reason, please wait at least 24 hours fever free before sending them to camp.