Heart Power is committed to creating a safe environment or all campers and staff. The safety procedures and regulations outlined below are intended to inform our campers and their families of our policies as they relate to Covid-19.
As we prepare for our 2021 camp, we are closely monitoring CDC guidelines to ensure our policies reflect current standards for youth sports. Our policies and procedures are subject to change. Families will be provided all details during registration.
The following guidelines are set to ensure the safety of campers, staff, and camper families. All participants will be required to comply throughout the duration of camp. Any individual who does not comply will not be allowed at camp.
- COVID-19 Disclosure: All camp staff and camper parents/guardians must sign the Heart Power COVID-19 screening waiver prior to registration confirming the participant has not been sick or have any reason to believe they have been exposed to COVID-19 within 14 days prior to camp.
- COVID-19 Screening: Upon arrival, all campers and staff will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms. If a camper or staff exhibits symptoms or contracts COVID-19 during the camp or 14 days after, they are responsible for notifying Heart Power immediately so that appropriate measures can be taken. A full list of COVID-19 signs and symptoms can be found on the CDC website.
- Social Distanced Check-In: Parents/Guardians must maintain a safe distance of 3-6 feet during the check-in process and avoid congregating in groups.
- PPE Guidelines: All camp locations will adhere to local and state guidelines on PPE requirements.
- Personal Sanitation: Staff and campers must frequently wash hands for at least 20 seconds with soap/water or use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol when soap/water are unavailable. Heart Power will set up hand sanitizer stations around the camp.
- Equipment Sanitation: All equipment and highly touched surfaces will be sanitized frequently during camp.
Heart Power will follow COVID-19 social distancing and safety guidelines as set by the CDC and local government authorities. While we are taking precautions, we cannot guarantee against exposure during camps. We are here to create a safe environment for our staff, campers and their families. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to reach out with any questions or concerns related to these guidelines and procedures.
Please visit the CDC’s website for more information.