We are currently in phase 2 of our re-entry plan. During this phase there is no preschool childcare, nor children's programming. A date is still to be determined for kids re-entry. In the meantime here are answers to questions you may have for when kids will re-enter.
In an effort to provide the safest environment possible, all class sizes have been reduced to 50% capacity. In light of this, we want to make sure you know that you have a space or can plan accordingly if the space is taken up.
Registration is available weekly on Monday through Friday for the following Sunday. There is limited capacity so the sooner you register the more likely you will get the service you prefer.
Please email Linda at email@example.com with your name, your child’s name and service you are cancelling for.
Out of an abundance of caution, we want to make sure that children are healthy and not at risk to expose other children or volunteers to any form of illness.
Prior to arrival and after room use, all surfaces are disinfected with EPA registered, multi-purpose, neutral pH, broad-spectrum germicidal detergent designed for use in hospital, healthcare and industrial settings. While children are present, all toys that come in contact with a child’s mouth are set aside to be washed in warm soap and water.
All carpets have been deep cleaned as well as all classrooms and playrooms. All paper and cloth items have been removed from the classrooms.
Kids and volunteers will wash hands upon entering the classroom and after using the restroom. Hand soap will be used. Volunteers will assist kids by turning on water with gloved hands.
All staff and volunteers will be wearing masks. All rooms will be single use only so all items may be sanitized after use. Playrooms and large gatherings will be temporarily closed. All activities will be done with safety in mind and strict room maximums will be followed.
In order to provide care for the most children possible, classroom placements will be based on registration. Therefore, your child will be with other children their age group, but might not be in their typical classroom with their typical teachers. This allows for all age groups to have a balanced child to adult ratio in every classroom.
All self-check in will be closed. We will welcome you at the main desk in the HUB – usually reserved for guests. Give the attending volunteer your last name and receive your baggie of stickers. A volunteer will be checking the temperature and performing a visual symptom check of the parent dropping off and the children being admitted for preschool care.
In order to reduce foot traffic and maintain safe social distancing we are requesting one parent and no siblings past the Station A and B doors. Please follow the one way directional signs and wait at your assigned classroom. If there is a parent dropping off please wait at the next available 6 foot marker.
In an effort to maintain cleanliness, we are limiting the number of outside items present in the classrooms. This allows us to ensure the cleanliness of all classroom items for volunteer and staff safety. You may keep all bags and items with you or leave them in the car. Any essentials for care may be labeled and placed in a gallon Ziploc baggie for contact free drop off.
We will have an essentials station where you can label and remove all essential items that your child will need during the hour service. Please make sure everything is labeled with first and last names to prevent mix-ups.
Your child’s assigned class each Sunday will be denoted on their tag. You may check this to know which classroom to drop off at.
Please send the same designated drop off/pick up person to pick up. They will present their tag visually to match security numbers. Parents will remove the tags from their children.