Why CA is different…
Is your child ready for the best summer ever?
Our summer camps in Colorado have been around since 1951. Our campers come from as far away as Arvada, Castle Rock, Evergreen, and Parker. You don’t have to be a CA student to participate. Lots of campers attend other schools during the academic year. Our Denver summer camps have over 20 different programs per week, you can choose from a variety of activities that are all fun, engaging, and challenging – both intellectually and physically. Our campus consists of 94 acres of beautiful Colorado countryside in southwest Denver. Plus, we transport kids to different attractions around Denver, so you can add variety to your child’s summer activities and let us do the driving.
2020 COVID-19 SAFETY AND HEALTH PROTOCOLS FOR SUMMER
To ensure a safe, healthy and ‘fun’ community, we will follow these protocols:
Campers with symptoms at home should not come to camp.
Parents will drop off/pick up children from their cars and sign them in/out.
If anyone is identified as symptomatic at camp, they will be isolated and sent home
immediately in accordance with the Jefferson County guidelines.
Camper group sizes will be no larger than 10 for all indoor and outdoor camps.
Campers will remain in their group and not mix with others.
Traditional Day Camp programs will run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm daily.
Specialty Camp programs will be a half day or full day in length with defined groups
to avoid mixing.
Campers will not share supplies or equipment to the greatest extent possible.
Campers will be required to social distance (6 feet) to the greatest extent possible.
The sack lunches that we provide will be served in a picnic style.
Staff will be training on prevention, transmission, and care of COVID-19 Illness.
Sufficient handwashing/hand sanitizing locations and supplies will be available.
All spaces will be cleaned and disinfected regularly.
Campers and staff are required to wear masks; campers should bring their own.
A note on masks: We anticipate that wearing masks is going to be difficult for many
of the kids this summer. As a result, we are planning to make it as kid friendly as
possible. We will take a lot of mask breaks when kids are safely physically distanced,
and provide a lot of support for them since there will be a lot of changes this
summer. The group sizes will be small, which will allow for a lot of individualized
Building self-confidence is our focus..
At the end of each summer camp, we want each child to leave with more self-confidence; we place emphasis on this through each of our programs. Through teamwork and individual successes, appropriate risk-taking and challenging activities, each child gains a greater sense of self-worth and accomplishment. Plus, we hope they make a few new friends along the way.
Director’s Tip: As you read through our program summaries, remember that you can mix and match all programs, Day Camp & Specialty, to create the perfect day! See a sample schedule.
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