UCAL General Summer Camp Safety Guidelines:

  • Masks required for UCAL faculty and staff. Campers need to bring 2 masks to camp. (One is on, one is in camper’s bag.)
  • Frequent Hand Washing, students and staff will be taking frequent breaks throughout the day to wash their hands. 
  • Small classes, no more than 12 students in each class. Students remain in the same group throughout the day.
  • Social Distancing, classroom spaces will be adjusted so that teachers and students can stay distanced. 
  • Whenever possible classes will take place outside. 

Drop off/Pick up:

  • This will take place outside. Parents/Guardians will confirm each day that their camper has no temperature or symptoms. UCAL will confirm with their own on-site temperature check.
  • Adults and camper must wear mask at drop off
  • Adults and campers will wait in socially distant line while check-in proceeds

Changes to camps:

  • There will be screen-time this summer. When the weather is bad we will be showing art-based movies and cartoons to keep kids calm and socially distant inside. 

Campers need to bring:

  • Water bottle
  • Campers must bring a brown bag lunch.
  • Preferred sunscreen (spray on please) and bug spray 
  • 2 Masks. One (back-up) stored in campers personal items. One worn.
  • A towel 
  • There will be water games! Bring a change of clothes
  • Smock or apron for painting
  • Tissues (small travel bag)
  • A book or a toy

Camp Day: 

8 am – 5:30 pm

8 – 9:30 am Drop off and free play. Parent/Guardian must check in with Arts League staff and confirm the camper has no Covid-19 type symptoms. Parent/Guardian must wear mask. 

Class 1: 9:30- 11 am 

Recess: 11 am -12 noon

Outdoor play

Breakfast: 11 – 12:30 pm

Class 2: 12:30 – 2 pm

Lunch: 2 – 2:30 pm

Class 3: 2:30 – 4 pm 

4 – 5:30 pm END OF DAY. Pick-up and free play. 

COVID-19 Emergency shutdown policy : 

If another stay-at-home order is issued by the city or state, UCAL camps will move to a virtual format. UCAL camps are designed for the pandemic and moving to a virtual format is not a refundable event.

If UCAL needs to shut down because a camper or staff member has tested positive for Covid-19, UCAL camps will move to a virtual format. 

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