COVID-19 Resource Page



Stopping the Spread

Childcare, as a profession, is receiving almost daily updates on policies and procedures to follow to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Koala-T-Kare Summer Kamp is following Public Health Madison and Dane County and DCF guidelines very closely. These guidelines and methods of distancing allow Public Health Officials to effectively trace a positive case, and control the spread of infection. Kampers will be in groups of 15 or less, siblings will be in the same group and there will be no co-mingling of groups or staff. Staff and Kampers will have daily temperature checks prior to entering along with a modified sick policy and elevated disinfecting procedures. Parents will drop-off at the doors and not enter the building. Staff will be required to wear face coverings when unable to maintain 6 ft social distance, with the exception of being outside or doing physical activity.  At this time, Kampers are not required to wear face coverings.

Kamp Traditions Will Remain

-Engaging Arts and Crafts

-Academic Activities

-Outdoor Exploration

-Free play and Open Ended Experiences

-Neighborhood Walks

-Wheelin' Days

-Emphasis on building a strong character, leadership, kindness and helping others

-Kamp Friendships and Memories

-Excited Kamp Teachers! 

We are SO excited for a summer packed with fun activities, many learning experiences and safe socialization!



Public Health Madison and Dane County

Public Health Madison and Dane County Childcare Guidance

DCF COVID-19 Childcare Resources

Symptoms of COVID-19 

CDC guidelines on cloth face coverings

CDC Childcare Guidance 

CDC Day Camp Guidance

                                        KTK is helping to stop the spread