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Youth Camp

Incoming Grades 1st-6th
Summer Enrichment Camp

Weekly Sessions: June 21, June 28, July 6*, July 12

$164/week

Mon-Fri 8:30-12:00PM

Located at: Kingsbury Elementary in Redlands (600 Cajon St, Redlands)

  • Week 1: June 21-25

    Option 1: The Naturalist. Explore the natural world around you. Get outside and play on the grass. Go on a nature photography hunt. Make and eat healthy snacks. Guest presenters will be in for presentations and hands-on exploring.

    Option 2: The Olympian. All about the sports and games, friendly competitions and more! Sports drills, outdoor games of strategy. Indoors test your skills at chess, checkers, mancala, and card and dice games you’ve probably never heard of!

  • Week 2: June 28-July 2

    Option 1: Space Explorer. Build and test kid-friendly rockets like engineers do. Explore space through a virtual planetarium visit from the Smithsonian! Engineer a rover! Have fun with out of this world activities!

    Option 2: Californian. Explore our beautiful state. Discover native flora and fauna. Enjoy a virtual field trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific! What do our local insects need and how can you help? Find out here!

  • Week 3: July 6-9

    *Closed Monday, July 5th in observance of the 4th of July.

    Option 1: Literati. Calling all bookworms and word lovers! Enjoy a book club, make up a puppet theater play, play games with words, and best of all–read for fun!

    Option 2: World Traveler. No passport required for this journey across the globe! Explore different countries through popular music, culture, food, and games.

  • Week 4: July 12-16

    Option 1: Artiste. Watercolors, markers, paint, oh my! Try out new art forms all week long. Take your creativity outdoors with photography. Is food an art? YES! Try culinary arts too!

    Option 2: Tinker. Love inventions? Tinker around with robots and mini solar cells. Explore what engineers do. Try out a circuit board. Tap into the inner genius in you!

Teen Camp

Incoming Grades 7th-12th

Teen Camp has been postponed until 2022. We thank you for your interest.

Summer Day Camp Cancellation Policy

In the event you need to cancel your child’s registration, please be aware of our Cancellation Policy:
  • Cancellation at family request for personal reasons:
    • On or before June 11, 2021, families receive a full refund minus a $50 processing fee per ticket (1 ticket per child per week registered is required).
    • After June 11, 2021, credit towards a different week if space exists, 100% credit towards a week at camp in 2022, or a 50% refund.
  • Cancellation due to a COVID-related illness in family:
    • Full refund of the ticket cost.
  • Cancellation due to child illness, not COVID:
    • Transfer credit towards a different week of Camp in 2021 if space/time exists, 100% credit towards a week at camp in 2022, or a full refund of the ticket cost.
  • Cancellation by AAA due to COVID restrictions from a local, county or state agency:
    • Full refund of the ticket cost.

AAA Academy Summer Day Camp COVID Safety Plan

Your children’s safety and the safety of our staff are very important to us! The following health and safety protocols will be implemented to minimize or prevent the spread of COVID for all youth, teens, and staff including guest presenters. Our COVID Safety Plan was developed with Industry Guidance from the CA State Department of Public Health and the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

  • Face masks are required and must be worn covering the mouth and nose.
  • Temperature checks and verbal health questionnaire upon arrival each day.
  • Separate entry points for cohorts to minimize lines or waiting groups.
  • Staff are trained to minimize or prevent the spread of COVID through following safety protocols.
  • Handwashing and hand sanitizing protocols must be followed.
  • Cleaning and disinfection throughout the day by staff.
  • Campers will receive their own supplies and materials to prevent sharing.
  • Outdoor activities are prioritized. Only no-contact outdoor activities are permitted.
  • Plexiglass shields for each desk if required by guidance.
  • Small cohorts or groups, no more than 14 youth or 12 teens with one staff member. Groups will not mix or share supplies.
  • Social distancing will be required indoors and outdoors of at least 6 feet and minimally 3 feet where 6 feet is not possible.
  • Adequate ventilation is in place in all indoor spaces.

Read the full plan here:  AAA Summer Camp CSP

Face masks will be required of both youth/teens and staff. If the guidance is updated, this policy will be adjusted to follow the CDPH guidance.

Face coverings will be worn at all times including periods of transition (in hallways, restrooms, etc.), but not while eating or drinking.

  • Signage regarding face coverings will be posted in each camp room to teach and reinforce the use of face coverings.
  • Campers that meet the exemption requirements will wear a face shield with drape. Per CDPH guidelines, face shields with drapes must be tucked into an individual’s shirt. If this is not possible, the AAA Academy Camp Director will meet with the family to determine if our in-person camp is a viable option for the youth.
  • All staff members, campers, essential visitors, and essential volunteers will undergo mandatory temperature screening and daily verbal health pre-screening questionnaire prior to entering the camp.
    • Staff members will undergo this process with the Camp/Enrichment Director and/or the Camp Assistant.
    • Handwashing and/or sanitizing will be required frequently and when exiting or entering a classroom or other workspace.

Questionnaire:

Have you experienced any of the following symptoms within the past 48 hours that cannot be attributed to another health condition or activity:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Cohort Size:
    • Youth Camp: Groups of no more than 14 campers and two supervising adults. Our camp sessions are designed to have one instructor and 14 campers during each session.
    • Teen Camp: Groups of no more than 12 campers and two supervising adults. Maximum capacity of classrooms at the University of Redlands dictate no more than 12 students in each room assigned.
  • Groups will not mix, remaining separate throughout the day.
    • Groups will meet in separate classrooms.
    • Groups will eat snacks and meals outside whenever possible.
  • Plexiglass barriers will be provided as required, by AAA Academy, for each camper desk used.
  • Nonessential visitors, volunteers will be limited.
  • Youth Camp:
    • Arrivals:
      • Each level of campers will arrive at a separate gate to limit the number of campers entering at a time.
      • Older youth (grades 5th through 6th) may enter with younger siblings.
      • Entry points will be provided on a map to parents in advance of camp beginning. Additionally, signs will be posted at each gate to facilitate drop-off.
    • Parents and guardians will not be allowed on-site at this time.
    • Departures:
      • Each level of campers will be walked to the same entry gate they entered by. Staff will remain with campers until all youth are picked up.
      • Youth who have not been picked up will be walked to the Camp Office to remain with Camp Director and Assistant until a parent or guardian arrives.
  • A custodian will be on-site each day for entire duration of camp and will follow industry-standard cleaning guidelines.
  • Camp Staff will be responsible for disinfecting commonly used objects, areas, and surface (doorknobs, push handles, outside tables, chairs, etc.). These areas will be cleaned and disinfected between uses and at the end of the day using EPA approved disinfectants.
  • Camp Staff areas and commonly used items will be disinfected throughout the day.
  • The sharing of electronic devices, clothing, toys, books, games, supplies, and materials will not be permitted.
    • Campers will be provided their own supplies and materials for each camp weekly session. These supply kits will remain on-site until the last day of the session, and then will become the property of the camper.
    • Youth may bring their own items from home but will not be permitted to share them with other campers or staff.

Staff and campers are encouraged to bring their own cloth face masks.

AAA Academy will provide:

  • Plexiglass shields for each desk.
  • EPA approved hand sanitizer.
  • EPA approved handwashing soaps.
  • EPA approved disinfecting wipes.
  • Adult-sized and child-sized disposable masks.

 

Hand Sanitizers:

  • Hand sanitizing solutions are kid-safe and EPA-approved.
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers will be provided in all classrooms by AAA Academy.
  • All campers, staff members, essential visitors and essential volunteers will be expected to sanitize their hands frequently and as needed.
  • Campers and staff will be required to properly wash and/or sanitize hands at the beginning of the day, prior to and after eating snacks/meals, after using the restroom, prior to and after recess, and upon entering and leaving the classroom/office, etc.
  • Proper sneezing and coughing etiquette will be modeled and reinforced by staff members.
  • The quantity of outside air for classrooms will be maximized through the following:
    • Windows and doors will be kept open for maximum ventilation to the extent possible, except when the US EPA Air Quality Index is greater than 100 for any pollutant, or if opening windows or letting in outdoor air by other means would cause a hazard, for instance excessive heat.
    • Redlands Unified District facilities are adjust as noted in the Redlands USD Reopening Plan CDPH:
      • HVAC filters have the appropriate MERV rating and ionization system.
      • All ACs are programmed for a minimum of 15% fresh air intake when they are on.

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