Update: May 13, 2020
We have made the decision to cancel our four sessions in June. The guidelines and restrictions have made it impossible to operate in the month of June. However, we still plan to have our July and August sessions! We may be forced to divide our camp population into groups of 50 and split activities up throughout the day. We have not made this final decision, and will update this page as we receive more information.
Update: May 1, 2020
We are still planning to host camp in 2020! We are eagerly awaiting news from the Governor, and as we do so, we are doing all that we can to prepare to offer the safest experience for your children this summer. We are in regular communication with the Shelby County Health Department and checking the CDC for updates and state guidelines. We are taking all necessary measures to increase our sanitization methods. We are planning for enhanced health screenings and enforced hand washing among our campers and staff, and new protocols for disinfectant and deep cleaning to be maintained throughout our facility this summer.
As we move forward, we are considering the various scenarios that we may face this summer. We are aware that we may have to adjust session dates and group sizes, and we will work with all of our registered campers to make any changes necessary. At this time, however, we are planning to begin the first session of camp as scheduled, on June 1, 2020. If this has to change, we will make a decision regarding this matter and future scheduling plans for the rest of the summer no later than May 15, 2020. We are available and ready to make any session transfers that may have to occur, if that time comes.
Right now, we are still accepting registrations! Our policy for refunds is described in a letter from our owner and director. There are a few available options for refunds, if camp is not permitted or if you no longer wish to send your child. Please read this letter for further details and updates currently happening at Camp Hi-Ho.
We so hope to share summer with you at Camp Hi-Ho, as it is safely permitted. We are especially thankful for your support during this challenging time.