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Please contact our Summer Programs Director for additional information or to schedule a visit.

Emet Schwartz '13

Director of Summer Programs, Mathematics and Science Teacher

Camp Safety Protocol

Health and safety are our number one concern at PCD.  Due to the ever changing climate, we are working with health professionals and the state to ensure everyone's well being. As we get closer to the summer and the state sets guidelines, we will update this page accordingly. 

Masks will be required at camp unless in a safe space to take a "mask break" or while eating. 

Last year's Safety and Protocol:

  1. Physical Space and occupancy 

  • Stable groups no larger than 15 people including staff and campers will have interactions during the week

  • Stable groups will occupy the same space each day.

  • Social distancing is recommended when possible but not required within each stable group. 

  • Each group will remain at least 15 feet apart.

  • Pick up and drop off

               Staff get or bring children to their car rather than a parent entering area. 

  • Campers will bring their own lunch everyday. 


  1. Screenings

  • Self-attestation form done daily by each camper and staff (Approved DHS/DOH form).

  • Exclude anyone with COVID symptoms 

    • Temperature exceeding 100.4

    • Cough

    • sneezing/runny nose

  • Camper may return 7 days after the symptoms have subsided

  • Visitor log will be kept if anyone enters the campus

  • Isolation room or area that can be used to isolate a sick child pending pickup by a caregiver. 


  1. Cleaning & Disinfecting

  • Limit of shared equipment

  • When equipment must be shared across stable groups, equipment should be cleaned between use of each stable group. 

  • Disinfecting which adheres to CDC guidance for cleaning and sanitizing.

  • Daily cleaning and disinfection of areas

  • Water refill stations will the water bottle refill stations only


  1. Camp structure

  • Campers will be placed in groups of a maximum 10 broken up by age for the week when possible

    • They will be with 1 Counselor, who will act as their guide

    • Campers will be shepherded by the guide to 4 different stations throughout the day

      • Stations will be run by a counselor demonstrating an activity to the group. Maintaining ample distance from campers

        • Counselors will maintain social distance and will wear a mask. 

        • After each station comes through staff will disinfect all areas where  campers were located

  • Staff and campers will be required to wash hands for 20 seconds with soap under warm water before lunch and after any of the following

    • Lunch, Bathroom, Wiping Nose, or any bodily fluid

    • Touching any surface that other groups may touch. 

      • Ie doors or materials 

  • Campers will maintain safe social distancing and will minimize indoor uses

  • Under no circumstances will groups interact with each other to eliminate the possibility of cross contamination