Everyone will have a temperature check by thermal-scan camera or non-contact thermometer and will be asked to put on their face covering before boarding the Dwight shuttle, school buses, and prior to entering school buildings.
We hired an expert engineer to review all locations and provide suggestions for where and how to improve air flow/ventilation with COVID-19 in mind. With their guidance, we have:
We will have smaller groups limited to 10 campers in a group with two full time counselors.
In addition to meeting local and state mandates, under the direction of our COVID-19 Project Manager, we implemented the following in all facilities:
○ If a temperature reading of 99.4℉ (37.4℃) or above is disputed by the parent/caregiver, one additional check may be attempted by the bus chaperone at the bus stop. If the second reading is below 99.4℉ (37.4℃), the Camper will be allowed to board the bus and he/she will be escorted to the Camp Nurses Office immediately upon arrival to camp for assessment. If the camper is found to have a fever of 100.0℉ (37.8℃) or above measured by a mouth or ear thermometer upon arrival or during camp, he/she must be picked up by an emergency contact person from the Camp Health Office within one hour.