2021-2022 COVID-19 Protocols

Serving children with learning differences

Serving children with learning differences

Summer Intensive and Day Camp: COVID Protocols

Summer is here!  If you are looking for a fun and educational way for your kids to spend their days this July, Trinity has you covered! Our “Summer Up! Intensive and Day Camp” is a mini-crash course in supporting your child’s individual learning style with all the same fun perks of a classic day camp. This year’s camp sessions will include some new safety measures such as social distancing, daily disinfectant protocols, and vigorous hand-washing.

Enrolled students spend their mornings learning a highly-individualized curriculum in math, language arts, and  reading therapy.   In the afternoon they spend time playing, crafting and exploring. Through proven research-based methods, ongoing testing and assessments, Trinity School teachers can identify what struggles a student might have in school. From there, we design a tailored program that incites growth for each student!

The safety and health of our staff, students, parents, and visitors is our utmost priority. Our preparedness plan for managing the COVID-19 outbreak has been adapted from CDC Guidance for Summer Camps for all group activities. Based on CDC guidelines, Trinity School has adopted the following safeguards for our Summer Up! campers, instructors and camp director to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure and spread during camp sessions and activities.

Sign up today!  See the attached schedule of activities at camp!


Our COVID-19 Summer UP! Protocols

Trinity Protocols

  • Trinity will check and record the body temperatures of all staff and campers each day using a touch-free digital thermometer.
  • Trinity will ask screening questions daily to determine risk.  During our first day of camp our staff will educate campers and their families about when they should stay home and when they can return to camp.
    • Trinity School will direct employees and campers who are sick or have recently had close contact with a person known to be carrying COVID-19 to stay home.
    • Trinity School will also require employees and campers to stay home if they have tested positive for or are showing COVID-19 symptoms.
    • Campers who show any symptoms will be removed from the group and evaluated immediately to determine if they are required to return home.  If your child has allergies, please inform the staff.
  •  During the day
    • Signs will be posted to remind campers to wash and sanitize their hands.
    • Time will be built into the daily schedule to allow for frequent handwashing.
    • Staff is minimizing sharing items like pencils, markers, etc. as well as moving items between home and school. All items that require sharing will be cleaned and disinfected.
    • If food is offered at any event, it will be served as pre-packaged boxes or bags for each attendee, not as a buffet or family-style meal.
  • Commercial cleaning and disinfecting of surfaces and facilities will be routine
    • Trinity School’s custodial team and camp staff will clean and disinfect high-traffic surfaces (e.g., playground equipment, door handles, sink handles, drinking fountains) within the camp facility and in any shared transportation vehicles at least daily or between use.
    • A schedule for increased, routine cleaning and disinfection will be followed.

Student Protocols

  • Campers must stay home if they do not feel well
  • Campers will frequently wash their hands and sanitize
    • Campers will be required to wash their hands periodically between and in some cases during all activities.
    • A bottle of alcohol-based Personal Hand Sanitizer will also be issued to each camper and refilled as needed. Campers are required to carry the bottle with them.
  • Shared Objects
    • Campers will be provided their own material and will not share them with others.
    • Each Camper’s belongings will be separated from others’ and in individually labeled containers, cubbies, or areas.
    • Sharing electronic devices, toys, books, and other games or learning aids will be prohibited.
  • Modified Layouts
    • Students for academic intensives and camp activities will be spaced six feet apart when possible.
    • Social distancing will be maintained during outdoor activities as much as possible.
    • Campers will be grouped together and stay in their groups throughout camp activities.
  • Food Service
    • Campers will bring their own meals and eat with their smaller group, instead of in a communal dining hall or cafeteria.
    • When needed, disposable food service items (utensils, dishes) will be used.

Parent Protocols

  • Campers must stay home if they do not feel well
  • Food Service
    • Campers will bring their own meals and eat with their smaller group, instead of in a communal dining hall or cafeteria. Disposable sacks such as paper bags are preferred.
  • Shared Objects
    • Sharing electronic devices, toys, books, and other games or learning aids will be prohibited. We encourage parents not to bring unnecessary devices with students.
  • What to bring?
    • Don’t forget a disposable mask at the start of each day (A reusable one will also work but disposable is preferred)
    • Minimize bringing things from home; Students materials will be kept in a individual cubby each day and things will stay in the classroom; Please encourage your student not to bring extra materials from home and vice versa

As a reminder, COVID-19 typically spreads through respiratory droplets expelled while talking, coughing and sneezing.  It may also spread from contaminated surfaces to the mouth and nose.  You can do your part to keep Trinity School safe by staying home when sick, frequent hand-washing, and routine cleaning and disinfecting of high traffic surfaces.

Sign up today!  See the attached schedule of activities at camp!