We want to hear your thoughts about your family's involvement in camps. This survey will help us understand our community's needs as we approach the summer months and continue to evaluate our response to COVID-19.
When the State of Washington enters Phase 3 of the Governor’s Reopening Plan, day camps will have the option to run if they abide by CDC and public health guidelines and best practices. How likely are you to send your child to camp in this scenario?
What are the factors that are most important to you when weighing this decision? Check any that apply.
Location of camps.
Small cohort and class sizes.
Adequate safety measures are in place (cleaning standards, hand sanitizer, staff equipped in PPE).
Physical distancing procedures during the camp.
Staff and participant daily wellness checks.
How likely are you to register your child for a paid virtual camp or class that they can participate in from home?
What is your primary reason for sending your child to camp? Select top 2
Need childcare when I work.
Enrichment and education.
Past experience with our camps.
I am not sending my children to camp at Rainy Day Dinner Club this summer.
If you have decided not to send your children to camp this summer, what are your top two reasons why?
COVID 19 Concerns.
The offerings don’t fit my children’s interests.
Not enough full day camp options.
During this time, how can we best support you and your kids?
Are you currently registered for summer camps with us?
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