Tulsa Parks – Lacy Park
2134 North Madison Place
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106
Tulsa Parks and City of Tulsa
Days of Operation: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Hours of Operation:
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Types of Assistance your organization provides:
Childcare, Student Support Camp
Number of Individuals Able to Serve Per Day: 30
Age Groups Served: K – 5th Grade
Ratio of kids to adults: 1
Average total number of kids per group: 10
Actions Required to Access Service:
Walk In, Request Online
Description of Services:
About Student Support Camps:
Student Support Camps will be held at five separate community centers, with pods setup at each location for students, Grades 1 – 6 (ages 6 – 12) to complete their school work while families are at work. Each pod will consist of up to 10 students and will have one counselor to monitor those students. Counselors, who will wear face masks, while providing socially distanced enrichment and play activities, as well as, providing time for children to do their online learning and schoolwork. Please note that counselors are not teachers, rather trained facilitators to ensure each student is provided a safe environment throughout the duration of the day.
Each student is responsible for bringing their coursework, including any computers and school supplies to complete that coursework. Each parent should ensure their student brings a lunch that does not have to be refrigerated.
Student drop-offs start at 8 a.m. and promptly ends at 4:30 p.m., with plans to extend hours as staffing becomes available. The camps require a $25/week registration/materials fee per student to hold your slot. Limited spots available.
Dates: September 9 – December 23, 2020.
How to Sign Up:
1. Go to www.tulsaparks.org
A. Create an account.
B. Choose your preferred community center – not all requests for certain community centers may be granted due to size limitations.
2. Full payment is required at registration. Additional paperwork is required, you will need to bring the health and registration form(s) to your assigned center.
For More Information:
If you need further information on Student Support Camps, visit www.tulsaparks.org for a detailed list of FAQs. If you have further questions, email Omare Jimmerson at email@example.com.
Central Center in Centennial Park | 1028 East 6th Street
Jane A. Malone Center in Chamberlain Park | 4940 North Frankfort Avenue
Lacy Park Community Center| 2134 North Madison Place
Reed Park Community Center| 4233 South Yukon Avenue
Whiteside Park Community Center| 4009 South Pittsburg Avenue
Fees charged for services:
Yes, The camps require a $25/week registration/materials fee per student to hold your slot. We will be serving 1st – 6th grade (ages 6-12 years old).
Computer Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Internet Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Are masks required for youth?:
Are masks required for adults?:
Please Describe your Safety Plan
Special COVID-19 Protocol:
Tulsa Parks Recreation Centers will be open provided all social distancing and other implemented rules are followed to limit the spread of Covid-19. Staff reserves the right to re-evaluate and make changes to these rules at any time. If we find that rules are being ignored or broken, we will close the facilities until further notice. Play safe!
*If you or a family member have displayed symptoms or have been exposed to Covid-19, please
stay home! Temperatures will be taken at the door.
1. Upon entering the facility, all persons must utilize our no-touch hand sanitizer stations or wash hands with soap and water. Frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer is strongly suggested. Masks are required while inside the building.
2. Doors inside the facilities will remain open to limit contact with door handles, etc.
3. Students should bring their own water bottle and lunches and use the restroom before arriving to camp each day. * Restrooms will be available, but shoes must be worn in the restrooms and hallways. No group trips to the bathroom or water fountain. Water fountains are closed.
4. Social distancing will be practiced in the centers.
5. We will limit the number of students to 1O students to 1 adult at this time.
6. Strict hand washing and /or use of hand sanitizer will be enforced between activities.
7. Really don’t want parents in buildings Parents who need to come in to the building to pay or drop your child off should practice social distancing and wear a mask. We ask that you wait outside to pick your child up.
8. Please be on time when picking up your child.
9. All centers will be using an aerosol disinfectant in our buildings daily and in between activities with other strict cleaning and sanitization measures in place as well.
10. Recreation staff will have temperatures taken each day upon arrival. Masks will be worn by office
staff always when dealing with parents and / or students.
Please describe your contact tracing plan (if someone has come in contact with COVID, how will families be notified?)
There will be a daily sign in/out sheet. Families will be contacted via phone in the case of contact.
Types of Donations your organization accepts for this purpose:
Willing to take volunteers to assist with this effort? No
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