Victory Camp & Covid-19

If you have questions or concerns about your camper, please feel free to contact our registrar’s office. Monday – Wednesday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

If your camper is immunocompromised or has an underlying health condition that makes them especially vulnerable, we strongly recommend you make a decision using your best judgement and consultation with your health care provider regarding your child’s participation in a camp session.

Summer 2021

The protection and safety of our campers is always on our minds. Even before COVID-19, our staff continually had the security, health, and fun of the camp experience under constant consideration.

This summer more than ever we are carefully reviewing every detail of our operations in an effort to provide the safest possible experience for our families.

While no environment can be 100% free from uncertainty, our already high standards of programs and sanitation coupled with enhancements we made in 2020 and will continue in 2021 will provide a fun summer camp while putting the health and safety of your campers first!

Please scroll down to see “WHAT WE ARE DOING TO PREPARE” for our 2021 Summer Season.

Summer 2021 registration is open at at victorycamp.com

June 1, 2021

We know that with several weeks of camp in 2020 and now a full year of planning and implementation under our belts, we are well prepared to continue providing a fun, safe camp experience for our community.

As always we will continue to monitor available information and adjust our plans accordingly should the need arise.

WHAT WE ARE DOING TO PREPARE

We will continue to post information here as guidelines change and camp dates draw closer.

Revision Date 6/1/2021

We will be operating a closed campus, creating a “camp bubble.” Only registered/ screened campers and staff will be allowed on campus or indoors. Parents will drop off campers outdoors and not be allowed outside the check-in zone. Visitors will not be allowed on campus during sessions. Pick up will be in a drive thru line as we did last year.

Campers will not be able to check-in and out of a session. Once a person leaves the camp session, they will not be able to return until a new session begins.

The camp season has been scheduled with a minimum of 48 hours of closure between sessions to allow for additonal sanitization and clearing of the campus before a new group of campers arrive.

Our session will operate at a reduced camper capacity.

Campers and staff will have daily temperature checks with the health care staff.

Self-serve food options have been suspended. All meal items will be prepared and served by our staff. This includes all salad and topping bars.

All condiments will be individually packaged or served by food service staff.

Staff will wear masks when interacting with persons not in the screened “camp bubble” like check-in or check out. Plexiglass screens will remain in place to allow staff to communicate with our campers in concessions and store areas.

Campers may be asked to wear a mask when visiting the health care station at the discretion of the camp nurse.

Cafeteria and chapel seating will have 3 ft. of space between groups. Groups are asked to sit at the same tables/ chairs each time they enter an area. Groups should sit in their area with other people who are in their same “family group.”

Campers will be family groups in dorms, seated and rotating through activities together to limit exposure between groups.

%d bloggers like this: