Do you have in-studio or online camps?
We have both. Online camps are Digital Animation Intensive Online and Drawing Camp Online. All other camps are in-studio. We usually have lunch (1-2 pm) outside near the studio.
Are you following CDC guidelines?
Yes, we are following all CDC guidelines and Alameda county Health Order regulations to provide the safest possible environment for our students.
We sanitize the surfaces between activities and at the end of each day.
We do a deep cleaning during weekend to ensure the safety of our students.
How many students are in a camp?
The students are in groups of no more than 12 people. Some camps have no more than 6 people.
Are masks required?
All staff is wearing masks at all times. Face covering is washed frequently. “Children, attending camps, may wear cloth face coverings to reduce the risk for transmission if the parent and provider determine they can reliably wear, remove, and handle masks following CDC guidance throughout the day, but children under 12 are not required to wear cloth face coverings” (Alameda county guidelines).
Are supplies shared?
We provide the individual materials/supplies for each child whenever possible. Shared materials are thoroughly sanitized.
Is there going to be an increase in the price of camps?
Even though we reduced the number of students in each camp, we won’t be increasing the price, because we understand how financially hard it can be for some parents in these circumstances.
What if I am late to pick up my child?
Please, be on time. $10 fees for every 10 minutes delay in pick up is applied after 15 minutes of designated pick up time.
Is the food provided?
No, not at this time. Please, provide your own snacks, lunch and make sure you have washed the lunch-box between camps.
What is the schedule looks like?
Example of Camp Schedule
8:50 - 9:10 drop-off
9-9:30 icebreaking activity, short art activity
9:30 - the art/craft of the day
10:30 - snack break, games
11:00 - the project of the day
12:45 - clean up
1 pm pick up/lunch + board games, playtime
2 pm - art/craft activity
3 pm - break, playtime, reading
4 pm- craft activity
4:30 pm - clean up, playtime
This schedule worked well for us in the past. We tend to have more intense activities before lunch, while students are more energized and fresh. The second half of the day is a little bit more relaxed, even though we still have arts and crafts activities, but students are not exhausted by the end of the day. During free time, kids often play with their creations and/or continue to upgrade them.
We hope your kid can join us this summer!
What If I want to ask my own question?
Please, send us an email.