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NEW! Our EDMO@Home programs, Camp@Home, Coach@Home and Class@Home, bring EDMO’s unique blend of interactive learning, social emotional skill building, and fun to your house - in-person!


Camp@Home brings the fun of camp to your home or backyard. All you need to do is form a group of up to 8 kids in grades Pre-K - 5th and provide the space and EDMO will do the rest! Our EDMO rockstar staff will bring engaging curriculum, supplies, games and more for your child and their friends.

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Coach@Home offers in-person customized tutoring and mentoring sessions for Pre-K - 12 grade in the comfort of your home or backyard. We offer academic subjects like Math, English and Science or hobbies and passions like Roblox, painting and ukulele. Schedule private, 1:1 sessions or group coaching for up to 3 children.

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Class@Home brings the fun and learning of our popular Class programs to you, in-person, during the school year. All you need to do is form a group of up to 8 kids in grades Pre-K - 5 and provide the space and EDMO will do the rest!

The three hour program is anchored on the Class topic that your group chooses from our Maker, Tech, Science or Art themed classes. From there, your dedicated EDMO staff can support the group in everything from homework help to getting outside and moving their bodies.

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Interested in hosting an EDMO@Home program?

In order to host an EDMO@Home program, the host needs to provide the following:

  • If you want to hold any activities indoor: Well ventilated spaces that have either windows that open, an HVAC system or an air purifier.
  • A place for the child(ren) and Coach(es) to wash their hands.
  • A bathroom for the child(ren) and the Coach(es) to use.
  • Enough space for the child(ren) and Coach(es) to eat, work and play and be 6 ft apart at all times. Kids from the same household do not need to maintain 6 feet.
  • A small space to store program supplies

Frequently Asked Questions

What COVID-19 precautions will EDMO take to protect the safety of the kids and staff participating in EDMO@Home programs?

  • Prior to the start of the program, all staff and families will sign a community safety agreement.
  • Once an EDMO@Home program begins, no new children can be added to the group. 
  • Each day before kids are allowed to enter the @Home location, the following procedures will take place:
        -The EDMO Coach will complete the health screening questionnaire and record their temperature. 
         - One parent/guardian will complete the health screening questionnaire for each child in their family that is participating.
         - The EDMO Coach will take and record each child’s temperature.
                   - If any symptoms are identified, the kid or staff member will not be permitted to attend.
                   - If your Coach has any symptoms, we will contact you immediately. We will do our best to find a substitute for the program but if that is not possible, we will need to move the program online while we work on a solution
  • All kids and staff will have to sanitize or thoroughly wash their hands immediately upon arriving at the host location.
  • All kids and staff must wear a mask or face covering over their mouth and nose, unless eating or during physical exertion activities. 
  • While indoors, everyone in the house (over 2 years old) must wear a mask for the entire time.
  • Kids will be instructed to refrain from touching their face or mouth. They will also be instructed to wash their hands immediately after eating, or after putting on or taking off their face mask or face covering. 
  • Staff will enforce six-foot social distancing at all times, unless kids are from the same household. 
  • Eating and drinking will only be allowed in designated areas with a wipeable surface.
  • There will be no sharing of food or drinks allowed at any time. 
  • EDMO staff will bring their own cleaning supplies to sanitize high touch and shared surfaces used by the child(ren) and staff.
  • For Camp@Home and Class@Home, each kid will have their own set of supplies that they will store in their designated area.

To see our full list of Covid Policies please click here.

What is the policy if an EDMO staff member, a participating child or a member of the staff or child’s household is exposed to COVID- 19?

  • We will immediately notify all families and staff in the stable group.
  • The staff or child who was exposed will be separated from the group as soon as the exposure is reported and will be moved to the virtual platform. They must quarantine for 14 days after their last exposure to the positive person before returning to the program. (If they cannot quarantine away from the positive person, their 14 days does not begin until the positive person has completed their 10 day quarantine. Or if they become positive, they must quarantine for 10 days after the onset of symptoms). 
  • The remaining members of the stable group will be able to continue the in-person program and all protocols to monitor for symptoms will continue to be followed.

What is the policy if there is a positive COVID-19 case for a staff member, a kid or a household member of a staff or child?  

  • We will immediately notify all families and staff in the stable group.
  • Stable group members, their staff and any close contacts of the COVID-19 case will be required to quarantine for 14 days from the last contact with the positive person. 
  • The entire stable group of the kids/staff who tests positive will move to an online version of the program for 10-14 days or for the duration of their time in the program, whichever is shorter. 
  • Kids/staff who test positive may return to the program 10 days after they initially showed symptoms as long as they have been fever free for 72 hours and are free from all other symptoms.
  • We will ask the host family to enact our cleaning and disinfecting protocol for the affected spaces where the confirmed case spent any time.
  • In accordance with state and local laws and regulations, camp administrators will notify local health officials, staff, and families immediately of any case of COVID-19 while maintaining confidentiality in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)