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Weekly Summer Youth Programming Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Kristin Engel-WESA
12:26
Joni- Do we need to keep paper copy of the health screening for youth?
Lynna Frymoyer
13:43
Janet Ost confirmed we should save symptom logs for staff and participants for one month.
Joni Reynolds
16:38
It's not required for public health orders but we are asking for everyone to maintain the records for one month
jcarpenter
35:37
Awesome, thank you. We will keep working on it!
Joni Reynolds
45:13
jcattle@gunnisoncounty.org
Joni Reynolds
45:18
John Cattles
Jenn Chavez
46:44
Oops, that is the older ventilation guidance. Please ignore that one. Sorry!
Kristin Engel-WESA
55:01
thanks Lana!
Lana Athey
56:27
“childcare” is licensed child care, including school age programs that are licensed and the school district programs. All the other programs who are mainly the Youth Sector (except a few that have school age licenses like the City of Gunnison, Good Life Girls, and potentially Town of CB) would be considered summer camps. In the event of a Yellow Zone, we would allow an exemption process for those non-licensed youth programs.Guidelines for getting exempted to stay open in the Yellow Zone:1) Follow Child Care Sector Guidance if more strict than current Youth Sector plan, and as it applies: drop-off/pick-ups, handwashing, cleaning sanitizing, transportation2) Closed registration, no drop-ins, visitors discouraged3) All staff taking online Standard Precautions course, (possible additional handwashing/sanitizing training)4) Assigned seats for transportation5) Onsite visit by ECC staffIn an Orange Zone – no exemption for summer camps, only licensed child care and school distric
Kristin Engel-WESA
57:33
Thank you Joni!
jcarpenter
59:57
Great, thank you!