Dear Camp Weaver Families,
As we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 outbreak, we understand this is a very challenging situation for all our families – especially our children. Please click here for a guide on how to talk to children about the pandemic.
As we approach summer, children will need the Camp Weaver experience more than ever.
In order to better support you, our Camp families, we have created this page with Frequently Asked Questions. These will be regularly updated as we learn more.
Please reach out to our office if you have any questions. 336-697-0525
Frequently Asked Questions – COVID-19
What Is Required For Pre-Camp Health Screenings?
- Families should self-monitor and conduct prescreening for two weeks prior to coming to camp.
- Screening for a fever over 100.4, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, vomiting.
- If the participant exhibits any of the symptoms above, they will be asked to stay home and every effort will be made to reschedule for a future camp week.
- Please refrain from interacting with large group activities for the two weeks prior to attending a session at camp.
- Staff and campers will not be allowed to attend if they meet any of the following
- Have tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 10 days.
- Are experiencing coving symptoms in the last 10 days.
- Has had confirmed exposure to Covid-19 and is not up to date on their vaccination status.
Will I Need To Get A COVID-19 Test?
- It is strongly advised that campers receive a PCR test within 72 hours of arriving at camp to ensure they are covid free.
- Campers or staff that exhibit symptoms will be isolated and tested via on-site antigen tests. Parents will be contacted prior to a test being administered to any camper and informed of the results and next steps.
- Counselor in Training and Leader in Training participants will be tested weekly via an antigen test regardless of vaccination status.
What Is The Mask Policy?
- Camp will support any camper or staff member who chooses to wear a mask.
What Safety Precautions Are In Place?
- Camp operates with a licensed nurse on-site to help care for campers.
- Sanitation of commonly touched surfaces will continue in all indoor spaces.
- Meals will be eaten in cabin or day camp groups.
- Frequent handwashing will be facilitated for all staff and participants.
- We will continue to complete daily health screenings for all staff and participants.
- We will continue to follow NCDHHS guidelines for any potential exposure to illness.
- If a camper is unwell and requires isolation a Director will contact a guardian to come to pick up the camper.
- Cabins will have continuous airflow to ensure clean air is moving throughout the space.
Children with serious health conditions
Based on discussion with the American Camp Association, we suggest that parents consult with their family doctor before registering to camp.