WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2020 —
In order to reduce the risk of exposure, to the Coronavirus, we announced the closure of our campus and community homes to visitors on March 16, 2020.
With the surge in San Antonio continuing, with over 1,500 new cases as if July 28th, our city and our state continue to struggle against the Coronavirus. Current City statistics have us falling in the severe to critical risk level as the virus continues to spread. The federal government has listed Texas as one of 10 states in the “red zone for positivity,” with more than 10% of all tests resulting in a positive.
With that said, we have decided, for the safety of everyone, to continue the closure of our campus and community homes through September 13, 2020. This includes the day programs (free.to.be. and Unicorn Centers).
We hope that we can reopen our adult day programs, and reopen the campus and community homes to visitors, sometime in late September. However, so much will depend on where Texas and the nation are regarding the containment of the virus.
S.O.A.R. Summer Camp for Children
Our KOALA summer day camp program for community kids remains closed this summer. To all our KOALA campers, our virtual camp is online and available to interested families who would like their children to attend from home. Norma Gaitan and her team continue to create and post the daily curriculum of fun, meaningful and engaging activities. For more information, contact Norma Gaitan at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about our current policy, protocol and specific details, please CLICK HERE.