SPRING BREAK CAMP 2023
Our number one priority is the safety of our girls, staff, and volunteers and we have worked tirelessly to maintain a safe space for all. As another layer of precaution, GISF has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for all staff, volunteers, visitors, and girls to help safeguard the health of the girls and their families, our employees, and the community at large.
Please read the policy below:
All girls who apply or are accepted after January 26th, 2022, for enrollment in any program at our Hillside program center must obtain and present proof of receiving all required doses of the Covid-19 vaccination. Girls may be vaccinated with any type of Covid-19 vaccination approved for use in the United States.
A copy of the girl’s vaccine card must be submitted with registration forms.
- If a vaccine card is unavailable, proof must be presented in another form, such as a note from the office of a health care provider stating the dates of the vaccinations and the type of vaccine received.
- If a participant is awaiting their scheduled vaccination at the time of registration we will ask for you to provide a copy of the scheduled appointment.
To schedule a vaccine, please visit the NMDOH vaccination website, it has an interactive map of places offering vaccines, a calendar of vaccination events, and links to schedule appointments and register in their system.
Here’s the link: https://goodtimes.
We will also keep you posted on any vaccination clinics that pop up around town.
Please direct any questions regarding this policy to Madonna Hernandez, Director of Programs. Our board did not take this decision lightly, they weighed the facts and took the results of a recent parent survey very seriously. In the event you seek to request an exemption based upon limited medical or religious grounds, please contact Madonna for more information.