Cancellation is accepted up until check-in time on the first day of session or check-in time each day. Cancellations received prior to the start of session will be issued a full refund minus a $25 processing fee. Cancellations received mid-session will be issued a prorated refund for the remaining unattended days ($87 per day for Program 1 and $81 per day for Program 2) minus a $25 processing fee. Cancellations with no notice are not eligible for a refund, full tuition amount will be forfeited. Cancellations must be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure the email includes student’s name, date of birth and session date student is enrolled in.
In the event session is required to be cancelled due to the direction of local, state or federal health agencies, full tuition will be refunded minus a $25 processing fee.
Students will be expected to maintain appropriate physical distancing and face coverings as directed. If a student repeatedly fails to comply with these directions, that student may be sent home and will not be allowed to return to camp and no refunds will be provided. Additionally, students that arrive to camp with a temperature greater than 100.4°F or answer YES to one of the health screening questions will not be able to join the group and no refund will be provided.
- Health screening questions – the answer must be NO to all questions:
- Has student had any of the following symptoms:
- Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fever • Chills • Muscle Pain • Sore throat • New loss of taste or smell • Nausea • Vomiting • Diarrhea
- Within the 14 days prior to camp, has student been in contact with anyone suspected of having or diagnosed with COVID-19?
- Has student traveled by air or traveled out of state in the 14 days prior to camp?
- Has student had any of the following symptoms:
All students are expected to follow the Rules and Policies for SEACAMP San Diego. Failure to do so will result in an immediate termination of session and no refunds will be provided.
Students may request to transfer or switch session dates without penalty. Requests will be granted providing space is available and the request is received 7 days prior to currently enrolled session. Request a transfer by emailing email@example.com. Please ensure the email includes student’s name, date of birth, session date student is enrolled in and which session date student would like to be transferred to.
Late Check-in Policy:
Late arriving students will not be able to join their group and tuition will not be refunded. Check-in ends promptly at 9:00am.
Late Check-out Policy:
A late fee of $1.00 per minute after 4:00pm is due at check-out. There is a one-time 15-minute grace period for a late check-out during the session. After the 15-minute grace period, a $1.00 fee will be incurred for each additional minute. Fees are due at check-out.
While we are confident that our modified Summer 2020 programs comply with current health guidance and provide a safe environment for students, each family should carefully consider if participation is appropriate for their student due to the additional risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who are immunocompromised, or live with individuals at risk of serious illness due to COVID-19 should not attend programs, or they should consult with their doctor to determine if participation would be safe and appropriate.
- Despite our efforts to educate and enforce physical distancing expectations, your student may, and will likely, have occasional short-term close physical contact with other students and Instructors in their group.
- Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.
- Many activities will occur in public park space that is accessible to the general public. Additionally, Program 1 students will have limited to no interaction with the boat crew during the Floating Classroom boat trip.
- Students will be required to bring and wear a face covering at all times except during water activities (snorkeling, boogie boarding, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding) and when eating or drinking.
- Face coverings are not recommended when it is likely to get wet or restrict a campers ability to breathe.
- Fiesta Island Youth Aquatic Center is a multi-use facility that may include students from other geographic areas. SEACAMP students will have designated spaces and will have very limited to no interaction with other programs.
All students are expected to abide by the following established rules of behavior. Failure to do so will result in an immediate termination of session and no refunds will be provided.
- Student will not attend camp if student: has traveled 14 days prior to session start date; exhibits the following symptoms in the 14 days prior to session start date or any time during session: fever (100.4°F or greater), cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; has been in contact with anyone suspected of having or diagnosed with COVID19 within the 14 days prior to sessions start date.
- Courteous, kind, and considerate behavior is expected at all times. Any behavior that compromises another students’ comfort or enjoyment of the program will not be tolerated.
- Students are expected to be at their assigned location at the appointed time.
- Students are expected to maintain appropriate physical distancing and face coverings (masks) as directed.
- The responsibility for all personal items must be the student’s. SEACAMP and its agents cannot assume responsibility for lost or stolen items. Lost and found items not claimed within two weeks from end of session will be donated.
- It is the student’s responsibility to inform one of the Instructors of: illness, injury, or other problems.
- Use or possession of alcohol, tobacco, or drugs will not be tolerated.
- Possession of any items which may be considered dangerous (i.e. knives, etc.), illegal activity of any kind, or behavior which may compromise the safety of others will not be tolerated.
- No roller blades, skates, skateboards, surfboards or skim boards will be allowed at SEACAMP.
- Electronics, including but not limited to: game consoles, computers, tablets, e-readers and TV, DVD and MP3 players, are not permitted at SEACAMP. Additionally, personal cell phone use is not permitted for the duration of camp. Phones should be left at home, if brought they should be turned off and kept in bag for the day.
- Program/Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready. Day by day schedule will be based on group assignment and will be provided prior to start of session date. All times and activities are subject to change due to scheduling considerations, weather/water conditions, etc.
In the Vans
- Student must sit in assigned seat.
- Seat belts and face coverings must be worn at all times.
- Voices should be kept at a moderate level.
- No horseplay.
- No eating or drinking and no open food or drink.
- Seating areas must be kept clean.
Duty to Report
- Students are required to report to a camp counselor should they witness any of the above behavior.
These Rules and Policies are necessary to ensure the safety of students and Instructors while enabling us to provide a fun and secure camp experience for everyone.
Registration Forms are required for each participant and are done online after student is enrolled in desired session. Forms are due promptly after enrollment but must be received no later than 72 hours after enrollment.
To access online forms, please sign in to your account under My Account. Then navigate to Registration Information tab to complete required forms.
Before beginning, you will need to gather the following, as they will be required to submit forms:
- Immunization record (electronic version to be uploaded)
- Date of last tetanus shot
- Health insurance card, if desired (electronic version to be uploaded)
Students and families will need to review and complete the following:
- SEACAMP Information Packet (PDF) – Required for each student and family to read and review. Packet includes rules and regulations, map/address to SEACAMP facility, check-in and check-out procedures, program activities, cancellation policy, transfer policy, late policies, and what to bring each day.
- Registration Forms – Parent/Guardian to complete on behalf of child/ward. Forms are broken into four parts:
- Registration Form A: SEACAMP session information along with student medical information, parent contact information and check-in and out information.
- Registration Form B: Acknowledgement of Rules & Polices, Cancellation Policy, Transfer Policy, Late Policies, and Enrollment Considerations
- Registration Form C: Medical Authorization, Acknowledgement and Assumption of Risks and Responsibility, Parent Authorization
- Registration Form D: Snorkeling and Water Activities Release
Forms are due promptly after enrollment but must be received no later than 72 hours after enrollment.