Are there health requirements?
Parents will be asked to complete a thorough health survey for their children several days prior and up to the first day of camp, and all campers (and camp staff) will also be daily temperature screened at the start of every morning prior to any activities.
Will there be temperature-checks?
Yes! All campers and staff will be temperature-checked daily prior to camp activities getting started.
Are there any additional protocols beyond CDC recommendations?
Please see below.
Who will be providing meals?
Campers are responsible for bringing a morning snack and a packed lunch.
Will water be provided?
Yes, all children are responsible for bringing an eco-friendly sports water bottle filled with water each morning, and water refill stations are available.
Will sunscreen and hand sanitizer be provided?
For the safety of the children, parents should apply sunscreen before arriving to camp, as staff will no longer be able to apply sunscreen to campers upon request. Therefore, we ask parents to bring a hat or cap and sunscreen.
Still have questions?
Safety for our campers, and staff continues to be our top priority. Bilingual Kids have implemented safety protocols aligned with San Diego County, the State of California Social Services Department, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. All staff and campers are required to follow the recommended guidelines set forth by the county and state.