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Updates to our Summer Camp 2020 Enrollment

Updated: Jun 22, 2020

At Hola! Escuela Bilingüe, we are closely following the public safety guidelines for COVID-19 by monitoring advisory notices issued from the Centers for Disease Control, the Georgia Department of Public Health, and local county governments to appropriately adapt our operations and services to meet the prevention measures needed in the coming months. Please read our Q&A updates to understand the precautions we are taking to protect our staff and students.


Will HOLA! Escuela offer in-person summer camp activities?

Yes we will! At HOLA! Escuela, we understand the importance of quality child care for young minds and the role it plays in supporting parents’ involvement in the economy. Following Governor Kemp’s executive order, issued on May 12, 2020, we are updating our facility operations to ensure that the health and safety of our staff and summer campers remain at the forefront.

How will HOLA! Escuela ensure social distancing guidelines are met throughout the camp day?

We are implementing the following changes to meet social distancing guidelines:

  • Meals and snacks will be provided in the classroom and not in a congregated or communal setting;

  • We will limit use of games and activities to objects and materials that can be sanitized;

  • Parents will be allowed to utilize their personal devices to sign children in and out of the classroom. A tablet will also be available and sanitized after each use.

How will HOLA! Escuela handle sanitation and hygiene among children and workers?

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 or other communicable illnesses, we are implementing the following:

  • Limiting classroom occupancy to half of our enrollment capacity.

  • Daily screening and evaluating of all staff, children, and essential visitors prior to them entering the classroom for the signs of illness or exhibiting a fever over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit., cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, or new loss of smell or taste;

  • Prohibiting unnecessary visitors;

  • Restricting tours to appointment only on dates when students are not present;

  • Providing access to hand sanitizer stations;

  • Enforcing frequent hand-washing throughout the day, and particularly before and after meals;

  • Instructors and staff will wipe down and sanitize all tables, chairs, door knobs, light switches, and high volume surface areas;

  • Sanitizing bathrooms and common areas throughout the day.

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