Summer Day Camp
Ozark Mountain Family YMCA
SUMMER STARTS HERE
No two weeks of camp are the same! Throughout the summer, we feature different themes filled with new activities, experiences and memories. Whether it’s playing a new sport, learning about science and nature or exploring their creativity, your child will build confidence and develop friendships that last a lifetime.
Fun camp activities to engage brains
Opportunities to explore, develop new skills and try new things
Plenty of physical activity and games to keep bodies active
FRIENDSHIPS & FUN
Campers develop new friendships and have tons of fun in a safe environment that will include:
Face mask and hygiene protocols
Small group sizes
OZARK MOUNTAIN FAMILY YMCA
Who: Students K - 6th grade (AGE 5+)
Hours of Operation:
6:30 am-6:30 pm
FUN FILLED DAYS
May 24th Summer Fiesta
May 31st Super Heroes (Closed Memorial Day)
June 7th Under the Sea
June 14th Dinosaurs
June 21st Rock Star
June 28th Star Spangled Summer
July 5th Culinary
July 12th Nature
July 19th Space
July 26th Survivor
Aug 2nd Around the World
Aug 9th Secret Agent
Aug 16th Camp Out
Non-Member Rate Per Week:
Family Member Rate Per Week:
We will closely adhere to the CDC’s recommendations for sanitation. Groups will be asked to sanitize and disinfect all table surfaces, sports equipment, and any other material that is used during program after each use. Additionally, Program Directors will do routine sanitation checks; ensuring that all program space has been disinfected and cleaned after use. Staff will take children’s temperatures each morning.
Anyone with a temperature of 100.0 or higher will be sent home until their fever has subsided for 72 hours without medication.
Staff will routinely clean areas in which children play and equipment used by the group.
Equipment may not be shared between groups unless it has been disinfected.
We will practice social distancing by encouraging children not to touch each other, stay six feet apart, and not share items from home.
Hand washing will be done frequently and hand sanitizer will be utilized.
Staff will wear masks around children and will serve as an example to health and safety precautions.
Both staff and participants to the program will be screened daily as they enter. Screenings will consist of checking temperatures, questions regarding any recent symptoms involving any illness, and required hand washing.
All groups will also be limited to a 1:12 ratio; each group having their own home station where program activities will take place.