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COVID 19 Safety We Safeguard Your Child's Health

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Separate Groups Mean Consistency For Your Child's Schedule

Teachers do not mix children’s groups throughout the day. Separate groups help to create a mini-family at the school with the same children in the same class with the same teachers each day. Your child feels a part of a family!

No Entry Into The Building Means Top-Tier Safety

The center doesn’t allow parents or anyone that is not essential to enter the building to cut down on unnecessary exposure and enable us to control line tracing within our programs. Everyone who enters undergoes the same health and temperature check as our children and staff.

Required Face Masks Reduce The Spread Of Germs

Following required health guidelines, all staff must wear face masks. Children age two and older are required to wear a face covering. There are certain exceptions under which your child does not have to use a face covering. Children don’t wear a face covering while physically active outdoors, while eating, or while sleeping.

Increased Disinfection Of High Touch Areas Protects Health

Staff clean frequently touched areas as needed or night. There are two additional high touch area cleanings throughout the day to help minimize the spread of germs. Your child’s toys, learning materials, and more are germ and virus-free.

Thorough Sanitation Of Toys Keep Your Child Safe

Regular rotation of toys allows the children to have materials to play with while staff cleans and disinfect toys they are not playing with wholly and correctly. Your child’s space is germ-free while they use toys as entertainment and hands-on learning tools.

3 Health And Temperature Checks Help Keep Track

Teachers check the children’s and staff’s health and temperatures upon arrival, mid-day, and before leaving. They collect temperatures, do a visual health check, and ask specific questions which helps us catch any possible illness in its earliest state to act quickly with the new procedures in place.

Trusted Education And Training For A Dedicated Team

The center has new training and education regarding germs and infectious diseases. The staff participates in a training run by the Department of Human Services and the Health Department, which informs them about the importance of following new procedures surrounding the prevention. Checklists and follow-through keeps everyone accountable.

Practices That Model Safe Behavior Throughout The Day

Children practice Physical Distancing over Social Distancing so that they continue to value socialization while staying safe. Children keep space but have healthy daily interactions that are an essential part of their development. Children do not touch each other, and teachers work hard to explain the reasoning behind the new rules.

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