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A Message From the Director
Ravenscroft Summer Programs strive to create an environment where each and every camper experiences a safe, fun and memorable time on our campus, especially now while we continue to experience a pandemic. Our priority for all summer programs is to promote and maintain a safe, positive environment that encourages self-confidence and personal development of children while taking part in all of our activities.
When opening our school in August 2020, Ravenscroft developed guidelines and procedures in service of our community, including staying compliant with government orders, utilizing guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and establishing effective use of spaces and places to support social distancing. For our summer programs, we will continue to to follow the protocols we developed, including:
All campers and staff are required to wear a mask while participating in a Ravenscroft summer camp.
A daily wellness check is required and must be completed daily before coming to campus.
Campers and staff will maintain physical distancing and will follow our distancing protocols and capacity restrictions for each building.
To learn more about our COVID-19 protocols, please visit our “Responding to COVID-19” webpage here.
Please contact me prior to your registration if your child may have needs for special accommodations in order to participate in an event, activity or program. Contacting me before registrations allows for the opening of a dialogue to determine whether or not the specific camp program(s) will be appropriate for your child.
With warm regards,
Ravenscroft Summer Programs Director