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SNÖBAHN 2020 Summer Camp Guidelines (updated 07-02-20)

In these unprecedented times, we realize that it is more important than ever to protect the health and safety of our team members and customers. In the event we do reopen for summer camps, we followed the current government guidelines to develop our 2020 summer camp policies and procedures. 

Please find additional information below.  NOTE :: Our policies and procedures may change as new guidelines are made available by local authorities.

Drop off and Pick Up

  • Drop off and pick up will take place in front of SNÖBAHN, in the turnout area near Indulge restaurant.  

  • At drop off, a SNÖBAHN team member will ask each parent a few questions about the child regarding COVID-19 symptoms and close-contact exposures to ensure they are symptom-free before they are deemed able to attend.  Then we will take the camper's temperature and provide them with hand sanitizer before entering the building.
  • Check-in and check-out will happen outside of the facility.

  • All parents are required to wear masks and are not allowed inside the center.

  • All campers are required to wear masks at these times.

Screening

  • Campers

    • We will screen campers for symptoms and close-contact exposures at drop off to ensure they are symptom-free before they are deemed able to attend.

    • We are REQUIRING temperature checks upon arrival for children (as per Safer at Home: Child Care Facilities, CDPHE). If a child has a temperature above 100.4°F he/she will be sent home.

    • We encourage parents to take their children’s temperature prior to bringing them to camp.

    • We will require parents to keep children home when showing any symptoms or signs of sickness.

    • We will send home campers with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or other communicable illnesses with a recommendation to get tested immediately and adhere to isolation and exclusion.

  • SNÖBAHN Team Members

    • Team members will be screened for symptoms and close-contact exposures upon arrival to ensure they are symptom-free before they are cleared to work.

    • We are REQUIRING temperature checks upon arrival for all team members (as per Safer at Home: Child Care Facilities, CDPHE).  If a team member has a temperature above 100.4°F he/she will be sent home.

    • We will monitor and ask staff members if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. These include symptoms such as fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat. If staff members exhibit such symptoms, they will not be allowed on-site.

    • We will require staff with suspected exposures, such as ill household contacts, to be sent home with a recommendation to get tested immediately (Testing for COVID-19 ) and adhere to requirements for isolation and exclusion.

Hygiene & PPE

  • Campers

    • We require hand washing upon arrival, before and after eating, before and after each activity (e.g. slope instruction, freestyle training, etc.) and at regular intervals throughout the day.

    • Masks and face coverings will be required at drop off and pick up and during transitions, workshops and crafts. 

    • Masks will not be required for campers during activities requiring physical exertion wherein physical distancing can still be exercised (e.g. trampolines, skiing and snowboarding, skateboarding, and outdoor activities).

    • Equipment

      • We encourage campers to bring their own ski, snowboard and/or skateboard, including helmets, to camp.  If this is not an option, we will provide sanitized equipment to each camper.

  • SNÖBAHN Team Members

    • Require hand washing or sanitization upon arrival, before and after eating, and before and after each activity (e.g. slope instruction, freestyle training, etc.).

    • Wear masks or face coverings at check-in and check-out, and whenever possible throughout the day (TBD based on the format).

Camp Format

  • Capacity and registration of campers will accommodate required physical distancing (6 feet). Physical distancing and group-size requirements apply to all camp activities, including eating, and recreational activities.

  • Group sizes will be limited to six campers, with a total of four groups, equating to a maximum of 24 campers per week.
  • Staff and volunteers, to the extent possible, will remain with the same group of campers and maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet whenever possible, including during meals and recreation.

  • We will have staggered mealtimes or separate areas for each group to eat lunch.

  • We will provide guidance and signs to maintain required physical distancing, respiratory etiquette, and hygiene.

  • We will post relevant information from federal, state, and local health agencies about behaviors that mitigate the spread of disease.

  • Whenever possible, we will limit activities that are not conducive to the required 6 feet of physical distancing or could pose a safety hazard when campers and staff are physical distancing.

 Sanitation practices

  • We will provide sufficient hand washing/hand sanitizing locations and ensure additional supplies are available.

  • We will ensure sufficient cleaning and disinfecting of commonly touched surfaces and equipment throughout the day.

  • We will disinfect all high-touch areas and equipment at the start and end of the day and each time a group finishes an activity, prior to the next group using the area or equipment.

General Preparedness

  • We will have an established set of protocols for responding and reporting cases to health care staff, parents of campers, local public health authorities, and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).

If there is a confirmed case

  • We will notify and cooperate with their local public health agency on the next steps.

  • We will educate campers and parents about COVID-19 and the related protocols, and address their fears and questions.

  • We will establish protocols for campers to self-report symptoms to staff, volunteers or health care staff.

  • We will isolate ill staff or campers.