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ROAR June Camp

Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, we have had to cancel our normal model for June camps, but we are excited to have a new model for the month of June that fits the current restrictions of the local government! This new model for June will not have a Jr Roar or CIT program like we have done in the past. Friday Assemblies for parents to attend will also not be a part of this model.

Our mission is the same and that is to create a fun atmosphere where campers are able to find their worth in Christ while learning and growing in the Gospel. 

DETAILS OF CAMP:

Cost: $85 (includes camp t-shirt)

Time: 8:45 am to 12:15 pm 

Drop off - 8:45 am to 9:00 am

Pick up - 12:00 pm to 12:15 pm

Location: Two camps, two locations

A. Westminster Presbyterian Church (1320 India Hook Road)

B. Westminster Park (4000 India Hook Road)

What to bring?

1. Water bottle with name on it

2. Snack (not provided by Roar) 

Other Details: 

A maximum of 50 kids per camp.

Each camp will consist of 25 1st-3rd graders and 25 4th-6th graders

Each camp will have two separate specialties (detailed below); campers will participate in both each day

Periodic cleaning and Covid-19 safety precautions will be in effect 


Camp Alpha – Westminster Presbyterian Church

June 8th - 12th: Basketball & Art

June 15th - 19th: Basketball & Science

June 22nd - 26th: Basketball & Art 

 

Camp Omega – Westminster Park

June 8th - 12th: Soccer & Olympic Sports 

June 15th - 19th: Soccer & Yard Games 

June 22nd - 26th: Soccer & Olympic Sports 

*Inclement weather location for Westminster Park is First Baptist Church of Rock Hill (481 Hood Center Road)
*Parents will be notified by 6 am via email if inclement weather has caused us to change locations

 

Mock Schedule:

8:45 to 9 am – Drop-off

9 am to 9:15 am – Opening Assembly

9:15 to 10 am – Specialty 1

10 am to 10:20 am – Coach Huddle/Snack/Transition

10:25 to 11:10 – Specialty 2

11:10 to 11:30 Bible Time

11:30 to 12:00 Closing Assembly

12 to 12:15 pm Pick up
*Early drop off available at 8 am for an additional fee of $25. 


Covid-19 Guidelines

A Message For Roar Camp Parents: 

To ensure the Health and Safety of our guests, ROAR Sports is taking the following measures. We want every camper to have fun and stay safe while attending camp.  

  • If your child feels sick, please do not attend camp until you are well. You should seek medical attention immediately.  

  • Face-masks are not required but can be worn if desired by the parent and camper (must bring your own) 

  • Wash or sanitize your hands often 

  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue or elbow 

  • Stay 6 ft away from others - in an effort to do so all drop off (with the exception of Monday morning) and pick up will be done from your car. No walk ups allowed.  

  • Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth 

  • No physical contact between campers and staff – no high fives or fist bumps 

  • Hand washing/sanitizing encouraged throughout the day with best practice reminders 

  • Campers are required to bring their own water bottles to camp. Roar will have water coolers, but only counselors are allowed to touch these water stations. No cups will be provided by our staff.  

Guest Protection: 

  • Monday Drop off Information: 

  • Entry is being discouraged based off a “yes” to the following question: “have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or have you experienced any of the following symptoms in the last 48hrs?” 

  • Offering hand sanitizer  

  • Pointing out location of bathrooms for regular hand washing 

  • To mitigate the risk of exposure, we are not allowing parents or guests to enter the premises at either location. Drop off and pick up, with the exception of Monday drop off, should be done from your vehicle only.  

  • Keep doors open where possible to reduce handle contact and improve ventilation 

  • Recommend that persons more vulnerable or at-risk for COVID-19 as identified by the CDC—including those who are over the age of 65 or those who have severe underlying medical conditions—take extra precaution or refrain visiting during initial phases of re-opening 

Business Process Adaptations: 

  • All registration and payments will be completed online prior to camp   

  • A maximum of 50 kids per camp. Campers will be in groups of 10 or less throughout the day with an assigned counselor for the week. There will be little crossover between groups.  

  • No touch check-in with appropriate spacing marked on the floor for Monday mornings. Sanitize shared resources after each use, and sanitize all high-traffic areas and high-touch surfaces (such as counters, railings, keypads, restrooms). 

  • Hand sanitizer stations located in high traffic areas.  

  • Clearly designated entrance and a separate clearly designated exit to maintain physical distancing 

Cleaning Protocols: 

PERSONAL HYGIENE 

Hand Sanitizer 

  • Before every activity 

  • Camp families strongly urged to bring their own hand sanitizer 

  • Staff provided with hand sanitizer 

Never Touch 

  • Never touch a doorknob 

  • Give staff a pack of tissues to use when they have to touch a doorknob 

  • Never touch indoor stair railings 

  • Only staff may touch water coolers. Latex gloves available at every station. 

  • Campers hold their water bottle while counselor or LIT fills it 

  • Treat all left behind items as contaminated 

  • Use gloves, carry carefully 

  • Lost and Found is no longer a shopping space, but a warehouse 

  • Parents, campers, staff submit a request form if a lost item 

  • Admin will notify them if it is found. Pick up at Roar offices. 

  • No sharing of any personal items. No touching/carrying of anyone else’s personal items. 

  • Latex gloves anytime handling food or beverage for others 

  • Limit skin to skin contact 

CLEANING ROUTINES 

  • Sanitize all used equipment and supplies daily 

  • Regular cleaning schedule for bathrooms and railings. Mid camp (10:30 am)  &  Post camp (12 pm) 

  • At Westminster – includes gym bathrooms, all door handles, Westminster hall door handles, Westminster hall bathrooms 

  • At Park – includes bathrooms at park, concession area, picnic tables under pavilion  

SICKNESS STATION 

  • Check temp at drop-off 

  • A half dozen temporal scanner thermometers 

  • Temp check station at entrance/check-in, get a sticker 

  • All Staff asked about COVID-19 symptoms in past month 

  • Staff will be tested each morning with temporal scanner thermometers 

  • Take camper or staff to admin at slightest hint of sickness throughout the day 

  • A dedicated space for COVID19 cases 

  • Lunchroom area at WPC; concession area at Park  

  • A LT member dedicated to COVID19 symptoms 

  • Any symptoms of COVID19, sent home immediately (and siblings) 

  • Notify parents of groups affected  

  • Potential of send all campers home 

  • Potential suspension of camp 

Employee Protection: 

  • Screen all employees reporting to work for COVID-19 symptoms with the following questions: 

  • Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19? 

  • Are you experiencing a cough, shortness of breath or sore throat? 

  • Have you had a fever in the last 48 hours? 

  • Have you had any loss of taste or smell? 

  • Have you had vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours? 

  • Employee temperature screening onsite with a no-touch thermometer each day upon arrival at work. Normal temperature should not exceed 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit 

  • Staff will wear cloth face coverings during pick up and drop off and other personal protection items provided by Roar as recommended by the CDC 

  • Ongoing training will be provided to staff on personal protective equipment based on CDC guidelines 

  • Sanitizing stations present in staff areas such as a wash station with soap and/or hand sanitizer 

  • Recommended physical distancing will be practiced to the greatest extent possible — “Further is safer” 

  • Employees trained to increase hygiene practices—wash hands more frequently, avoid touching face, practice good respiratory etiquette when coughing or sneezing 

  • We will provide regular updates and training for employees about personal COVID-19 mitigation and safeguards based on CDC guidelines 

  • All employees instructed to stay home if feeling ill, report any symptoms of illness to supervisor and require notification of COVID-19 positive case in employee’s household. Employees who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 according to the CDC (e.g., due to age or underlying conditions) are encouraged to stay home 

  • Any employee who exhibits COVID-19 symptoms (i.e., answers yes to any of the screening questions or who is running a fever) will be directed to leave the premises immediately and seek medical care and/or COVID-19 testing, per Department of Health and CDC guidelines.