- A guardian from each family, and Ramblin’ teachers, must be tested for COVID-19 and submit their results to the RAC office within 1 week prior to their start date.
- Children will have their temperature taken each day before the start of camp.
- Participating children must have a history of successful nature potty skills and
changing in and out of clothing without the help of an adult.
- Participating children must have a history and commitment to strong listening skills
and positive behavior choices.
- Children and families must commit to social distancing practices while in camp and
in their lives outside of camp.
- Families and their prospective teacher matches must attend a zoom meet up to talk
over their social distancing practices and see if they are a good match for each
- Families must attend a zoom orientation to learn about their teacher match and the
Stay Home Policy:
In accordance with the California Dept. of Public Health COVID-19 Industry Guidance for Day Camps (General Measures, Pg.4, June 5th, 2020) Ramblin’ staff and students who are sick must stay home and may return after they have fully recovered, i.e.-coughing and sneezing symptoms have ceased, temperature back to normal, stuffy and runny nose symptoms have passed.
All staff, students and their families and housemates who have recently had close contact with a person with COVID-19 must stay home and may return once a COVID-19 test with a negative result has been submitted to the Ramblin’ office.
For COVID-19 testing with same day results go to: https://www.cityhealthuc.com/
Cloth Face Coverings:
In accordance with the California Dept. of Public Health COVID-19 Industry Guidance for Day Camps (General Measures, Pg.5, June 5th, 2020) all Ramblin’ teachers are required to use cloth face coverings while at Ramblin’ and within 6 feet of the children they are working with. Teachers who are working with children who are attending school sites each week are required to wear face coverings at all times, even when they are not within 6 ft.
All Ramblin’ students should be encouraged to use cloth face coverings. Face coverings are required for students, and teachers of students, who are attending school sites each week, or regularly frequent sites and buildings where groups of people gather (i.e. protests, day care facilities, restaurants, extra curricular activities where children engage with each other in person such as soccer, dance, martial arts, etc.)
Teachers and students who have podded up and do not visit sites where groups of people gather (i.e. schools, second jobs interacting with the public, restaurants, protests, etc.) are required to wear masks when they are within 6 feet of one another, but not while they are more than 6 feet apart.
Teachers and students will be frequently reminded not to touch their face coverings and to wash their hands frequently.