Welcome to Aish Camp

We can't wait for another great summer together. Things will be different this year, here are some changes you can expect:

In order to keep everyone safe while following the American Camp Association and CDC guidelines, we anticipate implementing the following safety measures:

  • All staff will have tested negative for Covid-19 at the start of  camp 

  • Each camper and staff will complete a pre-Camp health screening form

  • Each morning at drop off, campers and staff will have their temperatures taken and parents or guardians will be asked a series of screening questions about their camper.

  • Campers are escorted to and from their parent’s/guardian’s vehicle. No one other than campers and staff will be allowed to enter the building

  • Camp will be run under the basic premise of cohorts -which is the policy to maintain small group sizes, limit mixing of groups, and restrict large gatherings at camps- each week session will consist of a maximum of two separate groups of 10 kids each and three staff. The groups will not mix and the staff will be exclusive to each group for the entire week-Each group will be assigned their own bathroom for the session

  • Weather permitting activities will take place outdoors- we have put up open-sided tents in the yard to protect the kids from the sun

  • All equipment will be sanitized between group use

  • Camp staff will assist campers in washing their hands or using sanitizer between each activity.

  • Art supplies and sports equipment will be dedicated to each group and be cleaned and disinfected daily.

  • To keep our campers safe, we have eliminated trips and special visitors 

  • Camp staff will be wearing face coverings while indoors.

  • Lunch and snacks will be provided each day on disposable paperwear

  • We will be performing extra cleaning requirements throughout the day and after camp.

  • The camp is fully stocked with all appropriate supplies, such as hand soap and sanitizer, EPA approved disinfectant cleaners and wipes, gloves and face coverings, etc.

  • Camp staff will be fully trained on all new safety protocols.

  • We will only be accepting weekly registration 

  • Priority will be given to families who have attended camp in the past, have gone on an Israel trip with AISH or are part of our Sunday School family

  • We will not be offering before or after care

  • All children must be toilet trained and have turned 3 by June 1

updates:

Statement from the Governers office on 6/1:

  • Day camps for children and outdoor public swimming pools, with reduced capacity, can open June 8. Indoor pools must remain closed. Regulations are pending.

Contact: 25725 Coolidge Hwy. Oak Park, MI 48237    Tel: 248-327-3579.  Email: simchat@aish.com
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