5000 Fairview Drive - 512-453-5551

Crenshaw Athletic Club

Special Hours of Operation

Monday - 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday - 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday - 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday - 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday - 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Satruday - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday - CLOSED

 

Information About our Enhanced Health Practices

Summer 2020 Program

Procedures for Entering the building

  • -You must be wearing a mask to enter
  • -A temperature of 100.0 or greater will not be allowed to enter the building
  • -Must sanatize hands upon entry and before/after entering the building
  • -Must be free from signs or symptoms of the illness including:
  • -Cough
  • -Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • -Chills
  • -Repeated shaking with chills
  • -Headsche
  • -Sore Throat
  • -Loss of taste or smell
  • -Diarrhea
  • -Fever (Must be fever free for 72 hours)
  • -Known contact with a person who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19
  • -If someone in your same household or you have been around someone who is being tested for COVID-19 you cannot return until their test has come back negtive.

Drop-Off Procedures

  • -Upon entering the building, you will have to stop at the check-in station and your child will have to undergo a daily health screening.. Your child must have their temperature taken and be free from signs or symptoms of illness in order to join camp. No child or person with a temp of 100.0 or higher will be allowed to enter the building. After we take your child's temp, we will sanitize their hands, then they will be escorted to their "homeroom classroom".
  • -Face masks will be required for staff members conducting check-ins and parents during drop off and pick up.
  • -If your child has a temp of 99.0, they will receive an orange band and will be rechecked frequently throughout the day. All kids will have their temperatures re-checked and documented.
  • -There will be markers on the ground walking up to the front doors to indicate where to stand to ensure proper social distancing upon arrival to the check in station.
  • -We want to limit the people in our building. No parents or visitors will be allowed past the check-in station. Anyone entering the building will have to undergo a health screening, no exceptions.
  • -Each family will have to sign a disclosure upon their child starting camp. The disclosure includes signs, symptoms and our exclusion for care policies.

Building and Cleaning Information

  • -We are intensifying our cleaning and disinfecting efforts. We have documentation in the form of checklists for scheduled, regular cleaning which is signed off by a staff member.
  • -The classrooms are organized to limit the use of shared toys, games or sensory stations. We have made sure classrooms are easily set up for regular disinfecting. We will rotate out any used toys and games for disinfecting each day and inunediately if they are contaminated.
  • -We have additional sanitization stations throughout the building. We will make the kids wash their hands with soap and water at essential hand washing times, but will also use hand sanitizer.
  • -We will have a designated room available for any child that gets sick during their time at camp. This room is separate from other children and will be sanitized after the child is picked up.
  • -We will extend the time frame from our normal exclusion policy for sick children.

Info About Groupings and Activities

  • -We will maintain stable groups who will have a specific "home room". Children will stay with the same group of kids all day and with a set of lead teachers.
  • -Your child will need to bring a bag, lunch box, water bottle and optional set of school supplies. Your child's personal items will stay in their homeroom all day. The set school supplies will be a pencil bag with items such as pencils, crayons, markers, scissors, etc. only to be used by them during the day. Your child is also welcome to our supplies and we will disinfect after each use. Kids are also encouraged to bring a book each day for reading/quiet time. Kids will take home all belongings at the end of each day for cleaning.
  • -Your child will need to bring a clean water bottle each day. We will shut down the use of our water fountains.. We will also provide disposable water cups, utensils, and plates for children at snack/mealtimes.
  • -We will be spending a lot of time teaching and reminding the children the importance of handwashing and proper hand washing techniques. The kids will wash hands at each transition, after using restrooms, before/after eating, etc.
  • -We are planning on incorporating more games and activities which implement social distancing strategies. We will encourage kids to space out during circle, movie and meal times, while positively reminding kids to limit physical contact with the other children.
  • -Kids will still be allowed to swim , play outside, and go to the gym. We will space out and limit groups in the gym and thoroughly clean any common rooms before/ after a group uses the space.
  • -No field trips initially (this is subject to change further into summer.)

Additional Info

  • -Our staff has been trained on new procedures and policies. These new procedures are best practices set forth to us by the health department and guidance from many accredited child care trainers. Our staff will undergo a health screening including temperature and symptoms checks before their shifts each day.
  • -In case someone in our facility tests positive for COVID-19, we will contact the health department immediately and communicate with parents. We will follow all guidance set forth to us by the health department for any closures or procedures.
 
  • Our priority is the health and well being of the kids, staff, and families in our program. This will be an adjustment for everybody, and we want everyone who decides to join us for camp to feel comfortable and safe. We are so excited to get back to doing what we love and know that this will be so good for the kids' mental and physical health. We are also aware and will be very sensitive to the kids' social/emotional wellbeing while making these adaptations necessary for safety entering into this new normal. We will do our best to ensure healthy practices and ask that all parents help by discussing these new changes with your children and to follow safe and healthy practices in your home. You will be receiving a more detailed schedule and set of policies right before the start of camp.

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