Camp Evergreen is free for children of our community's First Responders and Healthcare Professionals during the COVID-19 crisis. Camp Evergreen will be located at Crestline Elementary School, 13003 SE 7th Street Vancouver 98683 beginning Tuesday, March 24 from M-F from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. We will be accepting children 30 months through 12 years of age.

Please note that families need to receive a confirmation before showing up. We cannot accommodate drop-ins.

Steps to Register for Camp Evergreen

  1. Please fill out the online Registration Form for each child attending Camp Evergreen.

  2. Please bring your your child's immunization record to the first day they attend camp.

  3. Please complete the Medication Form for each child. Print, sign and return this document to the staff at Camp Evergreen.

Dear First Responders and Healthcare Professionals,

Thank you all for your extraordinary efforts during these trying times. Your work keeps our community safe, and we are all grateful for your dedication and sacrifice.

Evergreen Public Schools is aware of the increase in child care needs of our First Responders and healthcare professionals, so this is our effort to provide you the opportunity to request child care for children ages 30 months (potty trained) to 12 years old at Camp Evergreen.

Families that will receive Priority Registration

  • First Responders

  • Essential patient care staff

  • Healthcare professionals as defined by the Washington State Medical Association

Camp Evergreen programs will begin Tuesday, March 24 – Friday, April 24

Location: Crestline Elementary, 13003 SE 7th Street, Vancouver, WA 98683

Time: 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Cost: Free

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. Parents will provide snacks and water bottle.

Bussing: Not provided

Ratio: One adult to seven students (1:7)

Campers will be separated by age group as follows:

  • 30 months – 4 years old (Penguins)

  • 5 years old – 7 years old (Polar Bears)

  • 8 years old – 12 years old (Cougars)

We will follow all Washington Department of Education, Washington State Department of Health and CDC guidance in our programs. We have plans for sanitation nightly and throughout the day. We will make provisions for social distancing by providing many educational and recreational spaces, as well as by providing activities with minimal contact. Students will have an enriching, developmentally appropriate, educational experience, including chrome books with educational curriculum for school age children. Our care providers understand that children are impacted by what is happening around them, and they know how to support them at school.

Checking your Child in at Camp

Please feel free to park at the curb to drop off and pick up your child. Enter through the main entrance at Crestline Elementary School. Staff will meet you and get your child signed in. Please bring your employee ID and photo ID. You will be required to sign in and sign out at the end of the day with photo ID. Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before and after signing in and out.

Medication will be checked in by a staff member. Please include the following in a ziploc bag with your camper’s full name labeled on the bag.

    • Medication

    • Camp Evergreen Medication Form completed and signed (see link provided)

    • Medicine dispenser spoon (if needed)

Health Screening at Entry

Your child's temperature will be recorded upon entry each day. You have the option of bringing your own thermometer and taking the child's temperature in the presence of staff. Staff will also check for symptoms and ask if medications were used to lower the child's temperature, and if any household members have been diagnosed with COVID-19.


Whenever the weather allows, we will spend time outside. Outside time will be staggered for campers, and social distancing will be observed. If it is too cold, or pouring rain, we will not be outside.Please send appropriate clothing with your child. Also, we do many art projects, and children tend to get messy, so please send children in clothes that can get messy. Send at least one change of clothes for preschoolers.


Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided, but if your child has special dietary needs, you will need to send their meals. Parents are responsible for sending children with their own snacks and water bottle. Due to unknown possible camper allergies, we are asking for your cooperation: please do not send snacks that contain any peanut or nut contents, if possible.

Preschool age bathroom accommodations/procedure

We require that all preschoolers be potty trained. (no Pull Ups) We realize that some may still need help from time to time with buttons and zippers. PLEASE HAVE YOUR CHILD GO POTTY BEFORE YOU DROP THEM OFF.


Camp Evergreen will be staff by qualified, background checked school employees.


During Camp Evergreen operating hours you may email OR call 360.604.3325