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    Please make sure to do the following before camp begins: 

    1. Send in your clinic card (www.maclay.org/cliniccard)You can e-mail it back to me, seagen@maclay.org, or send with your child on Monday.  
    1. If your child is not enrolled in Maclay next year, please send your child’s immunization records to our Director of Health Services, Nancy Teems (nteems@maclay.org), or fax to 850-893-7434, Attention Nancy Teems. (www.maclay.org/immunization) 
    2. We will also need every parent to sign the waiver before the start of camp which can be accessed at www.maclay.org/waiver  

    Part of your morning routine will need to include a temperature screening of your child at home prior to transporting them to campus.  We will have three screening questions that you will need to answer on behalf of your child when dropping them off each morning: 

    • Have you, or anyone in your household, been in contact with a person that has shown symptoms of, is being tested, has been tested for, or has been diagnosed with COVID-19?  
    • Have you been medically directed to self-quarantine due to possible exposure to COVID-19? 
    • Are you having trouble breathing or have you had flu like symptoms within the past 72 hours, including:  fever, dry cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, body aches, chills, loss of taste or smell, diarrhea, vomiting, or fatigue? 

    If at any time during the camp day your child presents with a fever of 100.0 or greater, diarrhea or vomiting;  your child will be isolated and will promptly need to be picked up and will be able to return to camp after 72 hours from their last episode and last dose of fever reducing medication.  There may be other situations in which your child will need to be cleared by a physician prior to returning to camp and we will provide that guidance.  We look forward to a fun and healthy summer camp experience.  

    Face Coverings: All Maclay employees and volunteers will wear face coverings while working in closed environmentsMaclay will provide at least one covering to all employees and volunteers. Students will need tprovide their own coverings.  Students should wear their face covering (or have them accessible) when it isn’t possible to be socially-distanced. Sports campers should wear theirs when in the lunch line and other instances when they are indoors and not socially distanced.  

    Unfortunately, we will not be allowing “drop-ins” for Lunch Bunch or After Care, as we are doing our best to keep campers in a closed group throughout the entire day per CDC and local Health Department Guidelines 

    Click here to watch our Summer Camp Safety Video

    Camp Safety Reminders