COVID-19 Protocol

COVID-19 Procedures
Charlotte Christian is committed to creating a safe and enjoyable camp experience for campers and staff alike. We are seeking to maintain the integrity of our camps while also implementing the guidelines put in place by the state and other organizations. Charlotte Christian will be in compliance with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services guidelines for operating camps, as well as CDC and ACA (American Camp Association) recommendations. Below you will find an outline of the policies we plan to follow. We hold the right to change these policies as needed for the health and safety of our campers and workers. 


Charlotte Christian School’s Responsibility While Campers are on Campus:

  • Ensure camp leaders and workers complete a mandatory health screening prior to arriving on campus.
  • Take temperatures of all campers upon arrival each day.
  • Follow schedule for hand-washing - at drop off, before meal or snack, after using the bathroom, after coughing, sneezing or blowing nose.
  • Isolate check-in locations for each camp to avoid large groups.
  • Limit mixing of camp groups throughout the day. 
  • Practice social distancing when possible (not guaranteed in every context). 
  • Sanitize each classroom and indoor space at the end of each day, as well as supplies and equipment.
  • Provide hand sanitizing stations throughout campus and hand sanitizer for each camp leader. 
  • Isolate any camper or staff member showing COVID-like symptoms. 
  • Require face coverings for camp leaders and campers eleven years and older when indoors and unable to maintain adequate distance. 

Parent’s Responsibility Prior to Arriving on Campus

  • Parents must alert the camp director immediately if anyone in the household has been exposed to or tested for COVID.
  • Parents must agree to complete a daily health screening before bringing your child to campus. Anyone showing the symptoms or having potential exposure to COVID-19 will not be allowed on campus. 
  • Parents must provide face coverings for campers eleven years of age and older. 
  • Parents must ensure a signed updated waiver is on file for each child (sign beforehand or upon arrival at the start of camp).