Our limited hours are to limit hours of exposure, ensure staff has enough time to thoroughly clean and sanitize at the end of the day, allow all children to stay in their same rooms all day, and try our best to provide a safe atmosphere for children to thrive. We appreciate your patience and support as we navigate these times. 

 

We are committed to maintaining the health and well-being of all our staff and children and try our best to limit any exposure to any viruses, infections or diseases. We ask for your help and cooperation.

Parents/visitors are not allowed into the center. All staff must wear masks at all times. 

Children are not required to wear masks. 

You will be met at the front door by staff for drop off/pick up. Upon arrival your child's temperature will be taken and be asked to immediately wash their hands. 

Parents/Guardians will be called if children have any of the following:

  • Temperature of 100.4 or higher

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhea (2 or more loose stools in a short period of time)

  • Undiagnosed rash on body***

  • Cloudy discharge from eyes***

  • Severe Cough

***A doctor's note ​must be presented upon return to the office when child is sent home with these symptoms

IN ADDITION TO:

  •  If any child or staff shows any symptoms of COVID-19, they will be sent home and be required to get tested for COVID-19 as soon as possible. 

  • If anyone in the household or non household close contacts has tested positive for COVID-19, please notify office immediately and we will require children/staff to receive a COVID-19 test before returning to our center. 

  • All families will immediately be notified if we receive notice of either any child, family member or staff who was confirmed to have a COVID-19 case

  • For any child or staff who has traveled out of state, they will be required to take a COVID-19 test and should self-quarantine per CDC guidelines upon arrival

Return to Center​

  • Symptomatic individuals may return 14 days after symptom onset OR 7 days after resolution of fever and improvement in other symptoms, whichever is longer.  

  • Asymptomatic individuals who test positive for COVID-19 may return 14 days after their positive test result.

  • In lieu of a negative test result, asymptomatic children and staff may return with a medical note by physician with an alternative explanation for symptoms and reason for not ordering COVID-19 testing.