Registration is now closed for Tendaji CDC’s A.R.T. IMPACT Virtual Summer Camp.
A.R.T. Impact Summer Camp is back! It’s now designed to reflect the new normal created by COVID-19. We’ve gone virtual!
Virtual Summer Camp consists of online lessons and activities that cover a wide range of topics, including the Arts, Reading and Technology. Everything is designed to advance your student’s imagination and creative thinking, so they retain the educational gains they’ve made through the school year. Just join us on our YouTube channel each day for new and exciting projects.
This Year’s Partners:
We would like to thank the following sponsors for supporting A.R.T. IMPACT this year:
Your one-time registration fee provides weekly supplies for online projects, two meals a day per child (available for pick up Monday-Friday, from 10 a.m. – Noon), and a virtual reader so your child can access the content.
Here’s what you need to know:
June 1 – July 10
May 17- May 28
A one-time payment of $75 (If you have more than one student, each additional student registration will cost $50.)
Virtual Camp Hours:
Monday– Friday 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Once camp begins, meals can be picked up Monday –Friday 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Healthy Meals have been planned each day. If your child has allergies or requires a specific diet, please indicate that information on your application. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided each day through a drive-through pick up service on-site. Your student must be present to receive a meal. Designated pick up locations will be given out if transportation is limited.
Our program will utilize a sanitary drive-through pickup line at Saint Mark’s Children and Youth Center for you to receive program supplies weekly and meals daily. We are following CDC guidelines on social distancing to ensure your safety.
If you have any questions, please email Morgan Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) GUIDELINES
At TENDAJI CDC’s ARTS Virtual Summer Camp, the health and safety of our campers, parents, guests and staff is a top priority. As the number of cases of coronavirus increases in the U.S., we are implementing measures to prevent the spread of the virus and protect all our campers and staff. Information on this is fluid, and the response to the spread of this virus continues to evolve. We want to assure you that camp leadership is staying up to date on the recent developments by monitoring the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). As a camp who serves the community, we take creating a clean and safe environment for our guests seriously. TENDAJI CDC has communicable disease plans in place that will be revised in cooperation with public health authorities as additional COVID-19 guidance is provided. We will be following protocols and requirements from the Arkansas Health Department.
Important things to know:
• We are in regular communications with our local Health Department and will take our instructions from them.
• We are actively examining and modifying our arrival screening and health response procedures for this summer.
• We are updating our cleaning procedures to include the specific anti-viral measures suggested/required by our local Health Department.
• We are committed to regular updates about our plans, policies, and new protective & reactive procedures, you can check for updates on our website or in the information packets that you will receive prior to your week of camp.
We ask for your partnership to control the spread of communicable diseases by asking camper families to monitor their health and respond appropriately. In the event that you or someone in your home has a cough or fever, or has recently traveled to impacted regions, or been exposed to someone with the virus, please stay home and recover.
Thank you for your partnership in keeping camp a safe and healthy environment.
The ARTS Summer Camp Director
Here are some ways that you can stay informed on the most current information. The CDC is continually updating protocols, so be sure to check frequently for the most up to date information.
What is COVID-19?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. They are estimated to cause about a third of all cases of the common cold. COVID-19 is a viral respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus that previously had not been found in people.
What are the symptoms?
People with confirmed COVID-19 have had mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms of:
• Shortness of breath
The incubation period, or the time between when people are infected and start showing symptoms, appears to be 2-14 days. Because COVID-19 symptoms are similar to other illnesses like influenza, having these symptoms does not mean you have COVID-19.
How can I avoid getting sick?
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, take the same precautions that are recommended for avoiding other illnesses:
• Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds before eating, after using the restroom or after blowing your nose. Find out more about proper hand washing.
• Try to avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
• Cover coughs and sneezes.
• Stay home when you’re feeling sick.
• Avoid close contact with those who are sick.
• Regularly clean and disinfect commonly touched surfaces in your home and workplace