We know that safety is one of the top considerations when choosing care for your child, and never more so than during a public health crisis. History Colorado's museums are ready to begin welcoming back visitors and we are taking extra precautions to welcome kids back to our Hands-On History camps.
Before Hands-On History (at home)
Keep your child home when showing any of the following symptoms or signs of sickness: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle aches, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell
Pick-Up / Drop-Off
Parents will confirm symptom-free status every day at drop-off
Child check-in and check-out procedures will minimize parent touching of shared items (pens, paper, etc.)
We strongly encourage mask-wearing for all campers.
During Hands-On History (at the museum)
Groups of students will be kept together with same staff when possible all week
Students' interaction with general museum visitors will be minimized.
Require handwashing upon arrival and enable handwashing throughout the day
Disinfect all high-touch areas at start and end of the day and, when possible, throughout the day
Programming will use toys and equipment that are easily cleanable and dispose of single-use items, and those which cannot be cleaned.
Follow clear plan / protocol to isolate staff and children who have symptoms
Questions? Please reach out to the friendly education staff at your History Colorado museum.