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Youth & Teen Programs

Summer Adventure Camp

Hours: 7:30 am- 12:00 pm, Monday thru Friday                       

Price: Resident $350/ Non Resident $355

Registrations begin: 6/15/2020 8:30am

Session 1: 7/6-7/24

Session 2: 7/27-8/14

COME JOIN THE ADVENTURE!!!  Pacifica Summer 2020 Adventure campers will experience some of the best parts of childhood including making new friends, learning independence, and going on endless adventures with the most passionate, creative, and qualified staff. Every day the campers will be a part of a community that encourages trying new things, kindness, exploration, cooperation, and having fun! Weekly activities include games, crafts, sensory play, science experiments, and camp songs. This year’s camp will have a new twist as we change things up to keep everyone healthy and safe.  We will be sorting campers into groups of 12 based on family units, friends, and similar age groups.  We will do our best to accommodate desires to be together with friends to the best of our ability under the guidelines that need to be followed.  All registered campers will be receiving follow-up instructions and room assignment the week before camp starts so that you are aware of the procedures that we have put in place this year.

 

The following procedures have been created to meet the needs of the community during the Covid-19 Pandemic.  These protocols meet the standards of the latest Public Health Order as of May 15, 2020. Modifications to these procedures may be made as the Public Health Order changes.

Childcare establishments, summer camps, and other educational or recreational institutions or programs providing care or supervision for children of all ages are allowed at this time. To the extent possible and compliant with any licensing requirements, these operations must also comply with the following conditions:

1. They must be carried out in stable groups of 12 or fewer children (“stable” means that the same 12 or fewer children are in the same group each day and for at least three consecutive weeks).

2. Children shall not change from one group to another or attend more than one childcare establishment, summer camp, and other educational or recreational instruction or program simultaneously.

3. If more than one group of children is at one facility, each group shall be in separate room or space that cannot be accessed by children or adults outside the stable group. Groups shall not mix with each other.

4. Providers, educators and other staff cannot serve more than one group of children and shall remain solely with that group of children during the duration of the childcare establishment, summer camp, other educational or recreational institution or program.

5.  Campers from the same family must be placed in the same camp or group.

6.  A release of liability form must be signed before camper each camper is allowed into camp.

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • All staff will be required to wear a face mask while at camp. 

  • Per the health order, campers under the age of 12 are not required to wear a face mask, however campers are welcomed to wear one should they choose to.

  • Staff will be provided with Health Packs, a fanny pack that will include: Hand sanitizer, gloves, band aids and other essential items.

     

    Parent Drop-Off and Pickup
  • A designated drop-off/pick up area will be set up outside, before entering the Community Center.

  • Participants will go through a health screening before being signed in and allowed to enter the Community Center.  Details of the screening process are below.

  • Portable hand washing stations or hand sanitizer will be available so participants can wash/sanitize their hands before they enter. Participants will wash their hands or use hand sanitizer upon entry to the classroom.

  • Individual sign in sheets will be prepared for each participant to reduce contact.

  • Clean pens will be available for sign in.  After one use, the pens will be placed in a “used” container and cleaned prior to next use.

  • Markers will be placed outside to establish safe distance for families during drop off/pick up.

  • Families will be asked, as best they can, the same parent or designated person drop off and pick up the child every day.

  • Families will be asked, if a participant will be absent, to notify staff and confirm it is not due to Covid-19 Symptoms.

  • Staff will contact families if no communication is made.

     

    Health Screening

  • All staff and participants will be screened before entering the Community Center.

  • Temperature check and health questionnaire will be done

    • Staff will use a no-touch temporal thermometer

    • Participants who have a fever of 100.40 (38.00C) or above or other signs of illness will not be admitted.

  • Posters displaying visual symptoms to look for will be posted at the check in areas and throughout the campus.

    • Symptoms include: flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breathing (without recent physical activity), fatigue, or extreme fussiness.

       

      Illness

  • If a participant develops a fever while at camp, the parent/guardian will be notified immediately and the child will need to be picked up.

  • The participant will be moved to a designated area until they are picked up, to avoid exposure.

     

    Supplies/Toys

  • Each child will be provided with a bin that includes supplies assigned to them. 

    • These items will not be shared with other participants. 

    • Items may include: Crayons, markers, color pencils, paper.

  • Non-porous toys such as LEGOS will be cleaned daily. 

  • Participants will not be allowed to bring toys from home

     

    Snack:

  • Snack areas must be set-up to provide six-feet of separation between each participant. Snack areas must be disinfected and sanitized by staff after each use. 

    • Snack

      • Morning Snack- Camper will eat a snack that they bring from home.

      • Campers will also be encouraged to bring a water bottle with them and they will have access to it and encouraged to drink water throughout the day.



 

 

CITY OF PACIFICA PARKS, BEACHES, AND RECREATION CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE

For the most up to date information and a listing of all closures go to

https://www.cityofpacifica.org/about/coronavirus.asp

Pacifica's youth and teen programs hope to provide an avenue for personal exploration and social development through recreational activities that respond to the real needs and interests of specific age groups. These programs promote self-esteem through the development of social skills and peer involvement in positive leisure activities.


Activities
Youth and teen programs are designed to engage participants through a variety of activities such as:

  • Parents Night Out Events
  • Annual Fairytale Ball
  • Summer Adventure Camp
  • Annual Junior Olympics
  • Annual Egg Hunt
  • Annual Fourth of July event
  • Holiday Extravaganza
  • Spooktacular
  • Pacifica After school Program for 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Cabrillo and Vallemar School 
  • Monthly Friday night dances for 6th, 7th and 8th graders

Funding
The youth and teen programs are funded by the Pacifica Parks, Beaches & Recreation Department's general fund. The programs are also partially funded by small grants and donations from the community.

All videos linked to YouTube.com

 

2017

Pioneers Music Video: https://youtu.be/8Ste8r7ebOM

 

Explorers Music Video: https://youtu.be/vid7y52_jR8

 

Fairmont Music Video: https://youtu.be/cMUjBWQaUtU

 

Summer 2017 Photos http://bit.ly/2017SummerCampPhotos

 

2016

 

Explorers Music Video: http://bit.ly/Explorers2016

 

Pioneers Music Video: http://bit.ly/Pioneers2016

 

Fairmont Music Video: http://bit.ly/Fairmont2016

 

Mini-Slideshow Video: http://bit.ly/AllCamps2016

 

Summer 2016 Photos: http://bit.ly/2016SummerCampPhotos

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