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Coyote Camp Summer 2021 (subject to change as guidelines do)

Highlights of the safety protocols you’ll see at Camp:

  • Teachers and children will be required to wear masks, and only allowed to come to Camp if they are 100% healthy.

  • Teachers and children will be screened upon arrival, and temperatures will be taken, or reported and recorded each morning at drop off. If anyone has a temperature of 100.4°F/38°C, or 100.0°F* or higher they must be excluded from Camp. *Because infrared thermometers (the kind we will use) tend to read slightly lower than oral thermometers, SFDPH recommends a single screening threshold of 100 degrees for everyone. If a temperature reads below 96 degrees it will be rechecked.

  • Teachers will monitor children’s health throughout the day.

  • Parks Plus Creation will not allow any child to come to, or remain at Camp with any cold or flu-like symptoms, included but not limited to:

    • Fever or chills

    • Cough

    • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

    • Fatigue

    • Muscle or body aches

    • Headache

    • New loss of taste or smell

    • Sore throat

    • Congestion or runny nose

    • Nausea or vomiting

    • Diarrhea 

  • Teachers will assist children in proper hand washing or sanitizing upon arrival, just before departure, before and after mealtime, using the bathroom, or after using a tissue, and as needed throughout the day.

  • Teachers will encourage kindness and empathy, and support creative ways for children to show affection for their friends.

  • Teachers will encourage children to cover their mouths and keep fingers away from their face.

  • Teachers will thoughtfully plan activities, and stagger gatherings and meals to support physical distancing.

  • Teachers will provide daily communication about the Camp day via email, so face-to-face adult conversations can be limited.

  • Parks Plus Creation will communicate with families if a child, or teacher has COVID-19 infection confirmed by a positive COVID-19 test, and take necessary next steps as recommended by SFDPH.

  • Families will be required to communicate if anyone in their household has tested positive for COVID-19, if they have come in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or if they have traveled in the past 14 days.

Activities, Songs and Recordings

Our Teachers have compiled a collection of our favorite Spire School songs, stories and activities ideas. Check them out below. The resources platforms are updates on Tuesdays.

  • Story recordings can be found on our YouTube Channel

  • Spire School SoundCloud for Songs, Stories and Messages from the Teachers: LISTEN HERE

  • 10 Nature Activities to Help Get Your Family Through the Coronavirus Pandemic From Richard Louv, author of “Last Child in the Woods.” : 10 Activities

  • More Fun Activities Shared Google Doc


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