C’est si Bon! has developed and will continue to revise our “Day Camp Operations Plan” for the 2022 season in coordination with the CDC and the Local Government in accordance with the Interim Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Guidance for Day Camp or Program Settings Serving Children and Teens as directed by the NC Department of Health and Human Services. Visit this page for more information.
Children in the following categories may NOT participate in camp programs:
- Diagnosed with COVID-19
- Under orders to quarantine related to COVID-19
- Showing any symptoms related to COVID-19:
- Fever of 100 or greater
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- New loss of taste or smell
- Vomiting or diarrhea
- Living in the same household as, or providing care in a non-healthcare setting (such as home) for a person, with symptomatic lab-confirmed COVID-19 infection or showing any symptoms related to COVID-19.
- Individuals who have been exposed to individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and have not developed symptoms should: stay home and be tested on day 5 after exposure, unless the person tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days. • If the person develops symptoms, he/she should stay home and get tested immediately. • The individual may also choose to test immediately upon notification of exposure to start isolation period sooner if the test is positive. • Individuals can use a healthcare provider, other available testing sites, or use at-home antigen tests for testing for COVID-19.
- Close contact with a person with symptomatic lab-confirmed COVID-19 or showing any symptoms related to COVID-19.
- Have underlying health conditions that put them at high risk as defined by the CDC - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/people-at-higher-risk.html
- Who live in the same household with someone who is in a high risk category as defined by CDC - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/people-at-higher-risk.html
Parents/guardians should be alert for any symptoms of COVID-19 and keep campers home if showing any signs of illness.
- Parents/guardians should monitor camper contact with others who may have COVID-19 symptoms and keep campers home if they meet the criteria listed above.
- Teach children proper handwashing techniques
- Teach children how to properly wear a cloth face covering.
Campers must complete the Daily Screening Assessment each day prior to entering the program.
Daily Screening Assessment:
❑ Do you, or any of the children you are dropping off, have a fever*, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chills, new loss of taste or smell (vomiting or diarrhea, children only)?
❑ Have you, or any of the children you are dropping off,
o Had any of these symptoms since last time you were last here?
o Been tested for COVID-19?
o Potentially been exposed** to COVID-19 or have reason to believe you/they have COVID-19?
o Shared a home or been in close contact with anyone who has these symptoms, has been tested, or has reason to believe they’ve been exposed to COVID-19?
❑ Check-In personnel will make visual inspection of the person for signs of infection such as flushed cheeks, fatigue, breathing irregularities, or irritability.
*Fever is determined by a thermometer reading 100 or higher or by subjective signs such as flushed cheeks, fatigue, extreme fussiness, chills, shivering, sweating, achiness, headache, not eating or drinking.
**Exposure is sharing a household or having close contact with anyone with COVID 19 or has symptoms of COVID 19.
Parents will remain in the car during the check-in process while they answer the daily screening assessment and camper temperatures are taken.
- Campers will wash hands or use hand sanitizer before entering the program.
- Campers will be immediately placed in their small group.
- Parents dropping off late need to remain in the car and call 919-302-5715 if they do not see any check-in staff outside. Do not get out of your car and come into the property.
- If parents are picking up early they must notify the camp at 919-302-5715.
- Parents should remain in their vehicle, and child will be placed in vehicle.
- If parents don’t see any staff in the cul de sac, they should call the phone number provided instead of leaving their vehicle.
- The staff member will sign out the camper on the clipboard.
- Families will receive a specific email to show through their car window so camp staff know they are approved for pickup.
During The Day:
- Many activities will be done outdoors (as weather allows).
- Children will be grouped according to age/grade as much as possible. Children and staff will remain in that same group throughout the day and week unless there are extenuating circumstances that necessitate a change.
- As much as possible, we will avoid activities that require campers and staff to touch hands or be in close contact with one another. Campers will be encouraged to maintain spacing between themselves.
- Staff will enforce increased hand-washing and sanitizing throughout the day - before and after eating, using the restroom, and each program activity.
- Program equipment will be cleaned/sanitized after each group’s use.
- Frequently touched surfaces will be routinely cleaned/sanitized throughout the day, and facilities cleaned thoroughly at the end of each day, using CDC recommended cleaning products.
- Staff and campers will eat both inside in small groups and outside in small groups (as any inclement weather such as rain or heat index's permit).
- In the case of inclement weather, campers will go inside of the camp facilities. If numbers allow it, each small group will go inside a different room/facility.
- Campers and staff who would like to wear a mask they are welcome to. They will need to provide their own mask.
- If a camper shows signs/symptoms of COVID-19 during the day at camp, their parent/guardian will be contacted. The camper will be monitored and isolated until the parent/guardian can pick them up.
- If there is a confirmed case of COVID-19 among campers or staff participating in the camp program, camper families will be notified by the camp.
- The camp will coordinate with Local Government to determine a plan of action and next steps.