Our Successful Summer was made up of:
• Pre-screening and daily screening
• Handwashing between every activity
• Face coverings
• Continuously cleaning of high-touch surfaces
Smaller Group Sizes
• Personalized camp environment where campers and staff truly got to know one another and build those impactful relationships
• Social distanced between other groups
• When passing other groups, always wore face coverings
• Same traditions: Maccabi, Shabbat, Artist-in-Residence, Boker Tov, Cheers and Songs…and much more
• Adjusted programming based on Restore Illinois Guidelines, which ultimately help make the foundation of camp stronger:
Building everlasting friendships
Trying something new
Treating others with respect
Lots of spirit
Open and Transparent Communication
• One of our biggest strengths at Apachi is the relationship we have our families.
• Prior to the start of summer, we consistently shared updates to our process and how to prepare for the summer.
• During the summer, we had prepared communications ready, if needed, in case of an exposure and informed our families if someone in their group went for a COVID-19 test.
• As always, we communicate with our parents about their children’s progress at camp and share memorable moments with them throughout the summer.
Apachi Directors were, and are still, in constant communication with our partners to provide a safe environment for our campers.