Register for Summer Day Camp NOW! 

Check out the schedule and descriptions for KidSpirit Summer Day Camp! 

To keep our campers, families and staff healthy, we are following the guidance outlined by the Higher Education Coordinating Commission and the Oregon Health Authority. KidSpirit will conduct two-week camps with groups of 10 campers and as always, be a mix of science, art, culture, and exploring the world around us. The anticipated start date is July 20th when OSU plans to resume on-campus activities. Registration is now open.

Camp will look a bit different this year...

What to Expect 

  • Class Size 
    • Each stable camp group will have up to 10 campers with two instructors and one floater staff. For each session, your camper will interact with the campers and staff assigned to their group. Campers will stay with this group each day for the entire session.
    • Groups will have the same 10 campers and 3 staff per session (2 weeks). Group changes within the session will not be permitted. 
    • Camp groups will change every session (2 weeks). 
  • Each day, we will ask you these two questions and the answer must be "yes" to both for your camper to attend. 
    • “Can you confirm that you have checked your child’s temperature this morning and that it is less than 100.4?”

    • “Can you confirm that your child is free from any of the following symptoms: (COVID-19 Symptoms)

      • Fever or chills; Muscle or body aches; Congestion or runny nose; Cough; Headache; Diarrhea; Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; New loss of taste or small; Nausea or vomiting; Fatigue; Sore throat

  • Check-In & Out

    • Check-in will occur at 8:20 a.m. and check-out at 4:30 p.m. in the back of Langton Hall. Each camp group will have their own specific check-in and check-out area outside of Langton, as parents and guardians will not be allowed in the building except in cases of emergency.
    • Campers will be checked out by camp groups rather than last name.
      • Please note, photo ID is required to check out your camper. If possible, have the same drop-off and pick-up person each session (2 weeks). 

      • We ask guardians to maintain a 6 foot distance between other guardians and staff during check-in and check-out
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KidSpirit COVID-19 Safety Measures 

  • Cleaning Procedures 
    • For all cleaning, we will follow a three-step routine. First is general cleanup, which both campers and staff will do and follow basic tidying and cleanup. 

    • Then, sanitation which will involve our staff using cleaning supplies to clean all touch points during and after activities.

    • Lastly, will be disinfecting, which will be done using an electrostatic cleaner that is sprayed around the entire room and disinfects all areas used. This will be used whenever a group has left a room and before another group can enter. This disinfectant takes thirty minutes to apply and dry.

  • Staff Mask Protocol 

    • All staff will be wearing a mask while working at KidSpirit Summer Day Camp.

    • Click here to learn more about OSU's face covering guidelines and here to learn about Oregon Health Authority's Guidlines

  • Camper Mask Protocol

    • For all youth under age 12, face coverings are not required but highly encouraged.  For all youth above age 12, face coverings are required indoors and when a spatial distance of 6ft. cannot be maintained outdoors.  

  • Camp Activity Protocol

    • Langton Hall will be the designated activity area for KidSpirit camp activities.

    • Doors will be locked and only campers and staff will be allowed in the building using their own designated entrance and exit of doors. OSU staff will be using their own entrance and exit areas.

    • At the beginning of each session each camp group will be given all the materials needed for their activities and will have designated rooms. These materials will not leave the designated camp group room for the session. Shared activity areas will be disinfected and vacated for 30 minutes before another camp group enters.

  • Bathroom Protocol

    • Camp groups will have their own designated bathroom. Each bathroom will only be used by one person at a time. After use, all points of contact will be sanitized before being used by another camper or staff. Spatial distancing will be enforced if campers or staff are waiting to use the bathroom.