Club SciKidz MD Elements for a Safe & Healthy Summer 2022

Updated 11/21/2021

During Summer 2020 & 2021, Club SciKidz MD successfully ran COVID-free camps using our thorough policies and procedures. We will continue to adjust our plan as needed to meet recommended guidelines and requirements as we get closer to the 2022 summer camp season. 

Staff Training

  • Current state and local guidelines and all Club SciKidz MD policies & procedures
  • Training for cleaning and sanitizing classrooms.
  • Procedures for monitoring camper’s health and recognizing the symptoms of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.

Health Screenings

  • All staff and campers will be asked health screening questions regarding symptoms each morning.
  • Staff members will have their temperature taken daily upon arrival.
  • Anyone exhibiting new or worsening symptoms will not be admitted to camp and asked to stay home.
  • Our Health Plan advises when campers & staff need to go/stay home and when they may return after any illness.

Cleaning, Disinfecting & Handwashing

  • Staff and facility custodial staff will clean and disinfect classrooms and common areas daily.
  • Staff will disinfectant frequently touched surfaces throughout the day.
  • Staff and campers will be required to wash their hands and use sanitizer frequently, specifically before & after meals, before & after using shared materials, and between activities.
  • Posters will be displayed throughout the campus reminding all to use proper handwashing and healthy practices to stop the spread of germs.
Covid Safety Procedures

Symptom Action Plan

  • In the event that a camper or staff member becomes ill, our written Infectious Control Plan will be followed. The plan is based on CDC recommendations and MD Health Department guidelines and procedures.

Outdoor Fun

  • Weather permitting, we will prioritize and encourage staff to do as many activities outside as possible.
  • Masks will not be required as long as social distancing is possible, however campers and staff may choose to wear masks if they choose.

Contact Reduction

  • Activities requiring partners and the sharing of materials will be limited when possible.
  • When possible, campers and staff will eat outdoors, allowing for al little extra space while eating.

CDC Updates

For the latest COVID updates, please go to: