CAMP HBG 2.0 - Distance Learning Care


Camp HBG 2.0 is made possible through a partnership with the Healdsburg Unified School District, Corazón Healdsburg and the generous financial support from Healdsburg Community members. To support our working families please consider giving to support Camp HBG 2.0!


What is Camp HBG 2.0?


Camp Hbg 2.0 is a distance learning care program that provides students in grades TK-5 the opportunity to complete their virtual learning in a supervised environment and enables parents the chance to return to work.  Students are split into consistent and small groups where they complete their distanced learning as well as take part in enriching recreational activities. The program is supervised by Community Services recreation staff who have experience running the traditional after school program as well as  the modified Camp HBG program this summer.

Community Services staff are following guidance from the Sonoma County Health Officer, California Department of Public Health, Centers for Disease Control, and collaborating with statewide municipal recreation providers to ensure we operate according to the current guidance for camps and childcare programs.

When and Where Does the Program Take Place?

 Healdsburg Community Center: Monday - Friday; 7:30am - 5:30pm

The Community Center is a former elementary school so we are able to use multiple classrooms for the program, a large cafeteria for safe food distribution, and a significant outdoor space including a blacktop and sports field turf area and an iGrow garden.

Camp HBG 2.0 will follow the Healdsburg Unified School District's Academic Calendar

 

What Safety Precautions are Being Taken? 

Camp HBG is operated in accordance with Centers for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 guidance and recommendations, follows social distancing, sanitation, and hygiene practices. The program structure is subject to change as additional health orders and/or guidelines are released.

  • Program groups are limited to 12 students or less and consistent staff 
  • Participants remain in the same group throughout each session and are not allowed to co-mingle
  • Participants and staff take part in daily health screenings upon arrival.  Anyone exhibiting symptoms will not be allowed to enter the program
  • All staff and participants are required to wear face coverings during the program 
  • Thorough and frequent hand hygiene is practiced throughout the day
  • Each program group is assigned a specific bathroom for use.  Bathrooms will not be gender specific
  • A thorough cleaning of all camp facilities takes place each evening at the conclusion of the program.  Wipe downs of high touch surfaces and janitorial services occur regularly throughout each day
  • If a participant or staff member has a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 case the individual or in some instances, the whole cohort, will be required to remain away from the program until cleared to return
  • Community Services staff are in regular communication with the Sonoma County Health Department and follow their guidance for any confirmed or potential exposures to COVID-19 within the program 
For more information, please read the full Camp HBG 2.0 Safety Protocol.

What is the Cost?

Thanks to the generous support of community donors and an extension of the After School Education & Safety (ASES) grant, we are able to offer Camp HBG 2.0 at a reduced and sliding fee scale to meet your individual family needs.  Participants are required to sign-up for a full quarterly session, but payment plans are available.
Fee Structure :


  • $200 per week - total annual household income of $150K or more
  • $150 per week - total annual household income of $100K to $150K
  • $100 per week - total annual household income of $75K to $100K
  • $50 per week - total annual household income of $75K or below 

We will work with you on your individual financial situation.  Please let us know if you have needs beyond these fee steps.  Our goal is to turn no family away based on financial status

  • 15% discount available for any additional siblings
  • Financial records may be requested for verification
 

What Registration Options are Available?

In order to meet the health order requirements and have consistent cohorts, registration options are offered in quarterly sessions. Due to the need to retain consistency in groups, weekly, half-day, and drop-in options are not available.

Spring Semester Begins January 4:
  • Session 1: January 4 - February 12
  • Session 3: February 15 - March 26 
  • Session 3: March 29 - May 7
  • Session 4: May 10 - June 10

How do I sign up? 


We are asking all families who would like to participate in Camp HBG 2.0 to contact us directly by calling 707-431-3301.  We will set up an appointment to discuss the program in detail, learn more about you and your child(ren), and answer any questions you may have. We can also register you for the program during this appointment. Online registration will not be accepted.
Camp HBG 2.0 Registration Packet
Campamento HBG 2.0 Paquete de Registracion 

I still have questions and would like more information...


We understand these are uncertain times and you may have additional questions about how the program will operate.  If you would like to see the program in action, please contact us to arrange a time to meet with our staff. We can also process registration during this time.  

Resources


Camp HBG 2.0 Safety Protocol 
Camp HBG 2.0 Registration Packet
Campamento HBG 2.0 Paquete de Registracion 

Please call us to schedule a registration appointment.  Our staff will be answering calls Mon - Fri, 8:30am - 5pm

Phone: 707-431-3301   
Email: communityservices@cityofhealdsburg.org


We look forward to seeing you in Camp HBG 2.0!

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