After a very different spring semester at The Bolles School, Bolles leaders are making plans for traditional summer camp fun that meet today’s new wellness guidelines.
Summer camps and programs are expected to begin on-campus June 1. While organizers have made significant changes to protocols and procedures for day camp operations, all expect a summer program that is just as meaningful and entertaining as the rest.
Among the health enhancements to this year’s summer camp programs are:
- Restrictions on large group gatherings over 10
- Small camper groups to encourage camaraderie
- Daily temperature checks at camp arrival
- Daylong on-site availability of a camp nurse
- In-den, delivered lunches for all
- Temporary pause of community free swim time
- Increased sanitization protocols for all facilities
- Newly installed hand-washing stations campus-wide
Many activities already planned for camp fit right in line with COVID-19 guidelines. Outdoor play will continue, as will tubing on the river, kayaking and enjoying Bolles’ many outside fields, resources and facilities. Small group sizes are expected to help make Bolles Summer 2020 an even more memorable, friendship-building time for all young people.
Bolles Director of Auxiliary Programs Drew Upchurch explains more about some of these enhancements to Bolles Summer programs:
For more information and to enroll your camper in one of Bolles’ excellent summer activity opportunities, visit www.Bolles.org