Imagineerz Learning
COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Dear Imagineerz Family,

Safety is a top priority for us at Camp Imagineerz. We recognize that the situation is changing rapidly, so we are closely monitoring CDC and state and local health department guidelines to ensure the health and well-being of our campers and staff. Based on their recommendations, if any of these protocols merit any changes, we will do so and communicate accordingly. We plan to operate under these guidelines this summer.

If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at 650-308-9592 or


Team Imagineerz

Program Modifications

To ensure maximum safety, we will institute:


Vaccinations: All Imagineerz staff is fully vaccinated!

Contactless Sign-In and Sign-Out: Parents will remain in their cars for check-in and check-out. Staff members will walk each child to and from their parent’s car. We will encourage parents to ensure that only one identified adult (a parent or guardian) is in charge of dropping and picking up their child(ren) every day.

Minimum Number of People on Campus: We will not allow any visitors at camp. 

Mask Requirements:  Staff and volunteers will be required to wear masks when they are within 6 feet of any other staff member, volunteer, or camper. All campers will be required to wear masks at camp (unless it is medically unsafe, the child is eating/drinking, or the child is engaged in an outdoor physical activity). 

Hand Hygiene: Campers will be required to wash or sanitize their hands as soon as they come to camp as well as before every meal/snack and after every restroom visit.

Lunch & Snack Time: Each classroom will have lunch and snack at a designated area where they will be distanced from the other classrooms.  Our no-food sharing policy will be enforced during lunch and snack time.

Inside & Outside Time: We will make efforts to utilize outdoor space as much as possible for our activities. As usual, counselors will be trained to use shaded areas, have campers regularly apply sunscreen, and encourage children to constantly hydrate themselves. Campers will apply their own sunscreen, and sunscreen sharing will not be permitted.

Physical Distancing

To ensure social distancing, we will institute:


Reduced Number of Campers Per Room: Each classroom will have a consistent cohort of 20-22 campers with the same staff daily (two staff members assigned to each room). Siblings will be in the same room.

Keep Each Classroom Independent: Campers within each room will not interact with children from other classrooms at any time, including check-in, meals, and outdoor play times. Within each classroom, we will group campers into pods of 4-6 children who will function as a family, so children can connect and play with other children. 

No Large Groups: This year, we will not run any all-camp games. We will also run our Friday afternoon parent socials on Zoom.

Screening and Contingency Plan


At drop-off, parents will be asked screening questions to ensure that no household members are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or have had exposure to COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to camp. Parents will be required to confirm this before their child may participate in camp.

Ongoing Screening:

We will require daily temperature checks for staff and campers and follow any other ACA and state and local health department guidelines at the time of camp with respect to screenings. If a temperature is recorded to be above 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the staff member, volunteer, or camper will be immediately sent home and unable to join for the duration of camp.

There will be a strict “stay-at-home” sick policy in place for all staff and campers. Parents and guardians are encouraged to keep their child home and report to camp leadership in case of any illness. 


If COVID-19 Is Suspected:

If a child shows symptoms of COVID-19, parents will immediately be contacted and a staff member with appropriate PPE gear will help isolate the child and stay with them, until parents arrive. If individual tests positive, parents and guardians of other children in the classroom will be informed. We will receive guidance from local health authorities and proceed as advised, closing camp if necessary.