Health & Safety Practices



All our schools follow the below practices to keep families safe.   

  • Any child showing symptoms of a respiratory illness or fever is asked to stay home until they are fever free for 24 hours.
  • Disinfecting and Sanitizing of surfaces and toys used by children in the school.
  • Handwashing by children and staff with daily reminders and is also a part of teaching at school.
  • All classrooms have signage to keep in mind the signs of illness and teachers are trained to notice and report illness in children.
  • All kids are provided with separate beds and their bedding is sent home frequently to be laundered.
  • All the staff is trained for safety including CPR certification.

Enhanced Health & Safety Measures during the pandemic.

During the pandemic, each school director and the teachers are abreast with the latest local and state guidelines on maintaining a safe environment. All licensing requirements and CDC guidelines are followed.

Our COVID specific measures include:

  • All our teachers are vaccinated against COVID as of April 1, 2021. 
  • Limiting the entry of families at the time of pick up and drop off to maintain social distancing guidelines. 
  • A sanitation station ready at the door to be used before sign-in and sign out.  
  • Temperature checks of all staff and visitors. 
  • All teachers wear masks at all times in the facility. 
  • Children above two years of age are encouraged to wear masks. 
  • Replacing field trips with virtual or in class experiences. 
  • Allowing one class at a time in the playground.

Helpful Resources for Parents 

CDC- Up to-date information on Covid-19 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

 

Tips for parents to navigate virtual learning 

https://www.salesforce.org/blog/parents-navigating-virtual-learning/

 

Online school and Mental Health

https://www.marybridge.org/blog/online-school-and-childrens-mental/