We are following the same guidelines we used for our summer program and were able to keep all campers and staff members safe. To see the Los Angeles County Directive we've been adhering to and will continue to adhere to please click here:
- Daily temperature checks upon arrival, mid-day, departure
- Materials to do self temperature monitoring over the weekend.
- Full-time cleaning staff
- All desks are situated 7-8 feet apart
- No more than 6-9 children are allowed in one pod
- Facial masks are required on campus at all times.
- We have 29,000 square feet of usable outside space for our outdoor learning and enrichment
- Children DO NOT share items. Each child is required to bring their own supplies. All other items are purchased in single counts.
We have three separate entrances. Grades/Pods will enter by designation. Before entering the facility, an online health screening completed by the parents, and a touchless temperature check is administered. NO ONE IS PERMITTED WITH A TEMPERATURE OF 98.7 OR ABOVE
- Review of last year's missed content.
- Distance learning class from their respective schools
- Snack/Play in their outdoor classroom area
- Review of their morning content individually & tutoring
- Lunch or departure depending on your selected schedule
- Enrichment in their outdoor learning classroom
- One-on-one tutoring in their outdoor learning classroom
- Six to nine socially distanced desks (large desk and a small desk for devices
- Some private pod classrooms have projectors so that students can all attend class together virtually
- Wireless printer
- Four to five large functioning windows
Yes. All items are centrally located so that children won't break the social distance protocol for more than 15 minutes.
Facial masks are required on campus at all times, and each class has large, properly functioning windows allowing for excellent airflow. Because our learners are seven to eight feet apart, in a well-ventilated room, desk shields are not required.
As educators, we believe children learn best when they are NOT isolated but feel included in the community. If we change our view on this, we will let the community know.
Each room is disinfected when children leave the room for snack time and lunch. Desks, chairs, light switches, door handles, printers, microwave (after each use), and other high touch areas are disinfected regularly as outline by the LA County Directive.
Backpacks (exterior) are disinfected upon arrival.
Rooms and keyboard are disinfected via UV light disinfection in addition to our wipe-down method of disinfection.
Bathrooms are disinfected after each use and every two hours by our cleaning staff.
No. You will have the opportunity to see the facility during our in-person family interview process if you are selected as a pod learner.
Once accepted, you will receive a dedicated virtual room where you can speak to your child at any time with the assistance of their teacher/tutor.
You can also call the facility at 424.204.9839.
On Fridays, we use that time to do a deep UV light cleaning of the facility.
We also use that time to meet with our doctor of child psychology to review any concerns and attend our virtual training on trauma and the effects of it on children.