Camp Information, Policies & Procedures
Camper Health and Safety
A Symptom-Free Camp Experience
Camper illnesses, for example COVID-19, head lice, hand-foot-mouth, and/or pink eye, will require notification of camp immediately. Campers are welcomed back to camp with a doctor’s note clearing them. In the event of a COVID-19 exposure at camp, CuriOdyssey staff will notify camp families, per CDC, State, and San Mateo County guidelines. Campers should not attend Camp CuriOdyssey if they are experiencing symptoms that may be caused by COVID-19. You will be contacted to come pick up campers who are symptomatic and/or not feeling well at camp.
Staff to Camper Ratio, Staff Screening, and Training
CuriOdyssey recognizes the gravity of caregivers trusting us with their student’s safety and has systems in place to protect them. For the maximum benefit for students, we plan programs to operate with a low staff to camper ratio and find students learn best in small groups.
- All CuriOdyssey staff and volunteers undergo a LiveScan background check.
- At no time during CuriOdyssey’s programs will a child be alone with a CuriOdyssey staff or volunteer.
- All CuriOdyssey staff are mandated reporters.
- Camp staff are First Aid and CPR certified.
Please note that CuriOdyssey and Coyote Point Park are both undergoing construction projects that will be ongoing throughout Summer 2023.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are all looking forward to a wonderful, safe, and impactful season where we help kids explore the superpower of science.
Camp CuriOdyssey Staff
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1651 Coyote Point Drive
San Mateo, CA 94401
Ohlone Land Acknowledgement
CuriOdyssey is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Tax ID 94-1262434