Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, please be aware that we will be administering strict new health and safety protocols, and modifying formats and schedules. All information is subject to change due to constantly evolving CDC, national, state and local guidelines. Your child’s health and safety have always been our top priority. 1. Upgrading cleaning protocolsMSOS/NEWKS is upgrading our already high standards of cleaning. We are adding to our disinfection practices especially in high traffic areas. All areas of cleanliness will include more rigorous practices and increase in frequency throughout the day.2. Screening Campers and StaffWe are working to develop proper screening techniques for campers and staff. Screening will start with YOU, the parents at home, two weeks before your camp session. If your camper is ill or has symptoms, please reschedule their session. We will be screening staff during that time frame as well. Additionally, campers and staff will be given a health screening and temperature check to ensure everyone is healthy upon arrival. These extra measures help create the healthiest environment possible so our campers can have the best week of the summer.3. Emphasizing Cleanliness and Personal HygieneCampers will know that personal hygiene matters, even at camp … especially at camp. An abundance of hand sanitizer, good ole’ fashion soap and water and all the recommended hygiene practices will be generously woven in our daily schedules.4. Adapting Check in, Check out.We all want what is best for kids to be able to enjoy the safest and most fun time at camp. This means check-in, check out will be different as we ask parents to stay inside their vehicles upon arrival. One of the keys to prevent an outbreak at camp is limiting outside guests to a minimum. We realize this will be a challenging adjustment for us all. Rest assured we are committed to check in being a welcoming and reassuring experience. Thank you for being willing help us create the safest environment possible for your kiddos.
5. Responsive Isolation ProtocolIn the event someone should show symptoms of COVID-19 or test positive, we will take responsive isolation actions. Just like every summer previously, we have isolated areas available in the event anyone has a communicable disease. We will follow the latest government guidelines throughout the summer as to our policies for sending a camper or staff home due to illness and we will enact our COVID-19 response protocol.
June 15th - 19th
9am - 12pm
June 22nd - 26th
July 6th - 10th
July 13th - 17th
Please insure your child has proper medical coverage. The Manchester School of Soccer and John Newcombe Ranch will not be responsible for any medical expenses that may be incurred during their stay.
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