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FAQ

What changes have been made for Camp 2021 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic?

While we cannot predict exactly what the guidelines will be when camp starts, as of now students and staff on the Heritage Oak Campus wear masks, practice social distancing, and wash hands regularly. Temperature checks are performed before students exit cars. Additionally, the campus is sanitized throughout the day and regular handwashing is required.

How do I know which grade category my child falls within?

Your child’s camp group will be based on his/her grade level in the 2021-22 school year.

Are there any credits or refunds for days that my child was sick or absent?

Unfortunately, camp activities are booked in advance based on the registrations received so we are unable to provide credits or refunds for days missed due to sickness or for any other unforeseen reason.

What should my child bring to camp each day?

Your child should wear his/her camp shirt with comfortable shorts and closed-toed shoes. If it is a water-play day, please have your child arrive in his/her swimsuit and pack additional clothing to put on after water time and a towel. Please put sunscreen on your child before camp and send spray-on sunscreen to school with your child if it needs to be re-applied. If your child will be bringing a lunch and snacks from home, please pack the items in a soft lunch pail. If your child will be attending the preschool or pre-kindergarten programs, please also send a ziplock bag with a change of clothes and napping materials (fitted crib sheet, blanket).

What should my child NOT bring to camp each day?

Please do not bring toys or other valuable items, such as hand-held video games or cell phones, to camp.

How does the lunch program work?

Children may bring food from home or purchase a lunch from CaterTots Too (www.catertots.com). Every Wednesday, there will be a FREE cookout OR pizza lunch (for a nominal fee).

I am also interested in the school year academic program for my child. Please tell me about Heritage Oak Private School.

At Heritage Oak, preschool, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and elementary grades enjoy a calm, encouraging learning environment with a core curriculum that is one year ahead of the public school standards. All students utilize their own iPads in class to enhance their studies and to prepare them for challenges in high school and college. All Heritage Oak students receive a well-rounded education that includes music, French or Spanish, art, physical education, computer skills and etiquette.

What are the Vaccination Requirements?

Click here for PS/PK

Click here for K-8th