APRIL 11 - April 15
8:30AM - 3:00PM*
*extended care available from 3:30 - 5:00pm
What We Offer
1:12 Adult/Child Ratio
Special Guest Vendors (TBD)
SFK Carnival Friday!
Specialty Rotations include dance, art, cooking, gymnastics, sports, team building, music, acting, science & more!
A Typical Day
8:30 - 9:00 Regular Drop Off (SFK Studio)
9:00 - 9:15 Opening ceremony
9:15 - 10:00 Indoor Sports/Team Building
10:00 - 10:45 Snack
11:00 - 12:00 Outdoor Rotation*
12:00 - 1:00 LUNCH
1:00 - 2:30 Indoor Rotation*
2:30 - 2:50 Closing Ceremony
3:00 - 3:15 Parent Pick-up (SFK Studio)
3:30 - 5:00 Optional Extended Care
*Indoor Rotations: Art, Science, Dance/Acro, Cooking + Special Guest Vendors
The following is a detailed description of the protocols we will be following at our So Fly Kids, Inc. Summer Camp. We will be following the LA County Day-Camp Protocol found here and the ACA field guide found here. Camp begins April 11, 2021 and will run Monday through Friday, 8:30-3:00, through April 15.
Our facility has been deep cleaned (CDC certified) and will continue weekly. Medical Grade Filtration H13 True HEPA air purifiers have been installed throughout.
*SFK is proud to announce that we will have a Registered Nurse train staff in all precautions and preventative measures*
Summary of Daily Camp Safety Practices:
Special staff training by a registered nurse will be given to all SFK staff on covid-19 sanitization, best practices, and other safety measures.
Drop-off and pick-up will be directly at the studio, and spaced out with social distancing markers.
NO parents or outsiders allowed in our facility, strictly campers and staff.
Masks and face shields will be required by all staff, all day.
Masks for campers and parents will be required to check-in/out and encouraged for campers throughout the day.
Wellness screenings for campers and staff will be taken at the start of each day, including touchless thermometer readings.
A touchless hand washing station will be placed at the entrance of our facility.
Touchless hand sanitizer will be placed throughout the facility.
There will be 2 groups or “pods” of no more than 12 campers per pod, as recommended by LA County Department of Health.
No more than 2 staff members will be assigned to each pod.
Pods will remain constant throughout each week, and will not intermingle.
Activities will be adjusted to have little to no contact with plenty of outside time.
Each group will have their own set of games, equipment, and materials that will stay with them the entire week, which will be disinfected daily.
Hand-washing will take place before and after every activity.
Hospital grade disinfectant will be used on the entire facility, including before/after each activity.