Summer Art Camp only a few spots left
June 22 - June 26 Cost: $270 Children 9-12 yrs of age (max participation 10)
9am-1pm Location: Roadhouse Studios
Counselor - Sherry Senior Jr. Counselor Justin Bokan
In this 5 day long mixed media camp your kids will have fun exploring all kinds of materials and mediums including, fabric dying, acrylic pouring, mosaic tiling, cement moulding and with natural materials to form a unique sculpture/collage. We will have plenty of outdoor fun too. Please bring a bag lunch and cloths to get messy in.
To register go to: The Shelburne Parks & Recreation website :
Shelburne Parks and Recreation
Summer Camp and Program Safety Manual for Covid-19 Preparedness
June 3, 2020
Shelburne Parks and Recreation will be offering several Summer Camps and programs during the COVID-19 pandemic, and recognizes that it is crucial to minimize the risks of spreading the coronavirus. Guidance for this protocol is provided by many resources, including CDC, ACCD, Department of Health, Agency of Education and Department for Children and Families. The procedures implemented are required or recommended per these guidelines and resources.
Training: All SPR employees, including Camp Directors and staff must complete the State of Vermont VOSHA training prior to starting work.
Daily Health Screening: All SPR employees, including camp and program staff, must conduct and log a daily health screening.
All participants will be screened at check in daily with questions and child will have their temperature taken. Parents should accompany children at drop off and wear a mask. Specific camps may have additional drop off/ pick up protocol.
Have you been in close contact with a person who has COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
Do they feel unwell with symptoms consistent with COVID-19? Have they had cough, high temperature, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of smell or taste?
If any answers are YES, they must go home and not attend camp. If any of these symptoms appear during the day, parents will be called and child will be sent home immediately.
Each camp or program will have a thermometer, and within the first 15 minutes the temperature of the child will be taken. If temperature is over 100.3 the child will have to leave camp and not return until temperature is under 100.4 for 72 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen.
Social Distancing and Masks: Outdoor camps will be limited to a total of 25 including campers and staff. Indoor camps and programs will each have a maximum limit set of 25 or less according to the size of the facility to maintain social distancing during camp.
Masks will be required for staff inside, and recommended for children inside. They are not required for children but will be encouraged. Masks may be taken off outside when physical distancing can be maintained. Masks should be available to put back on as needed when activity stops.
Healthy Hygiene Behavior: Camps and programs with indoor access to bathrooms and sinks shall have campers and staff wash hands:
Before and after eating
If hands are dirty
After using the bathroom
After sneezing, coughing, blowing nose.
If outdoors or sink is not available, hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol will be available.
Cleaning and Disinfecting: Bathrooms will be cleaned daily in the morning and disinfected after no more than 3 hours. All high touch points at the facility in the camp/ program commonly shared space will be disinfected every 2-3 hours or after multiple uses.
Shared objects or equipment will be sanitized daily. Whenever possible individual equipment or supplies will be assigned to avoid sharing and contact. Campers should each bring their own water bottle daily with their name on it.
Waiver: The Town of Shelburne and SPR are following guidelines and protocols established to make it as safe as possible for participants to enjoy our programs. However, there is a risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus and people who are vulnerable or high risk, or just aren’t comfortable with the risk should not participate. All participants, and Guardians if applicable, in SPR programs will be required to complete a waiver for release of liability and assumption of risk.
Note: This manual is subject to change at any time in accordance with the State of Vermont regulations. For most updated policies, please refer to the Health Guidance for Childcare and Summer Programs at: https://www.healthvermont.gov/response/coronavirus-covid-19/schools-and-child-care-programs.