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POLICIES & BEHAVIOR


GENERAL

1. Camp Rancho is open to Rancho Colorados members ages 5-10.

2. Standard policy is to have a staffing ratio of one staff member per 10 children.

3. All registration forms must be completed and on file before we admit your child to Camp Rancho. Emergency forms and policy acknowledgement forms are required for each family and must be renewed each year.
4. Campers must be checked in and out of camp daily by an adult on his / her emergency form. Signed permission must be given on Policies Acknowledgement Form if your child will be walking / riding a bike home or if your child will be checked out by another adult.

5. Camp Rancho is not equipped for toilet training. We do offer hourly potty reminders if necessary and will escort children who need assistance to and from the restrooms. Please let our staff know if your child needs reminders or assistance.

6. We are not responsible for personal items. Please label all clothing and belongings.


ELECTRONICS
The use of cell phones or other electronics are NOT permitted at Camp Rancho. If cell phones are brought to camp they need to stay in backpacks at all times.




INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR
Camp Rancho's definition of inappropriate behavior includes but is not limited to:
1. Aggressiveness toward other children and staff members such as yelling, spitting, hitting, kicking, pinching, biting or throwing of objects.

2. Damaging Rancho Colorados property, equipment, or the property of other children.

3. Repeatedly ignoring the instructions of Camp Rancho counselors.

4. Use of profanity or rebellious behavior towards the staff or other children.


Progressive discipline will include the following:

1. First incident: verbal counseling will be provided to the child.

2. Second incident: The child will have a time out and parent will be notified of their behavior at pick up.

3. Third incident: the parent will be called to pick up the child.


Health and Safety

The health and well-being of our campers is paramount.  We ask that you not bring your child to camp if he/she has symptoms of any virus, including but not limited to: common cold, the flu, COVID-19, pink eye, stomach flu, runny nose, rash or skin irritation. A child needs to be fever free (without the aid of a fever reducer) for a minimum of 24 hours before attending Camp Rancho. If your child exhibits any of these symptoms due to allergies, please let us know and bring a doctor’s note so we’re aware of his/her condition.

 

Additionally, to ensure a safe and healthy camp in the midst of COVID-19, we will continue to monitor and comply with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and local, state, and federal guidance to prevent the transmission and spread of COVID-19.  Depending on the guidance at the time of Camp, campers may be required to wear a face covering in accordance with applicable federal, state and local law and best practices.  We also intend to follow applicable guidance when it comes to sanitization of frequently used surfaces, campers frequently washing their hands and practicing appropriate physical distancing.  

 

Parents are asked to conduct at-home symptom check self-screenings of their campers.  Campers should stay home and not come to camp if they are: (1) not feeling well; (2) experiencing any COVID-19 type of symptoms; (3) have tested positive for COVID-19 (and has not been released back to regular activity by a doctor) or (4) been in “close contact” to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 within the last fourteen (14) days.  If one of these applies to your campers, please don’t have them come to camp and seek medical attention.  Campers will be required to stay at home and self-quarantine for the appropriate period required by public health officials and/or as recommended by the child’s health care provider
CAMP RANCHO SEASON
Summer Season

ABOUT CAMP
Our Program
Policies & Behavior
Daily Schedule



CAMP HOURS

9am - 1pm


REGISTRATION FORMS
Emergency Form

Policy and Registration Forms will be emailed to you.  Please contact Camp Director if you have any questions.

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CAMP DIRECTOR CONTACT
Amie Israel, Camp Director

BECOME A CAMP COUNSELOR
Please contact our Camp Director should you be interested.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Rules & Regs
ByLaws


Rancho Colorados
Swim and Tennis Club

3016 Rohrer Drive 
P.O. Box 246
Lafayette, CA 94549

Lifeguards
lifeguards@ranchocolorados.com

Tennis Director Brian Berry
925.283.5448

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