Campers will be in cabin cohorts (groups) at camp, formed (as always) after reviewing the information and bunkmate requests they provide to us on the Confidential Camper Questionnaire forms.

Each camper cohort will participate in activities together, eat together, and share common spaces. Approximately 7-10 days after arrival, if/when deemed safe by our medical staff, 4-week campers may interact closely with others of similar ages and grades. Note: JIT, SIT/Gesher and Chalutzim campers will form cohorts based upon guidance from our team of medical professionals. We will provide more information soon to parents of campers in these units.  1 and 2-week campers should expect to remain in their cabin cohort for their entire session.

Staff will form “cohorts” based on your living arrangements after unpacking. Staff will also interact closely with members of their unit staff team or specialty area during subsequent days of staff training, but will maintain a degree of physical distancing and masking.