Upon entry to the preschool, children have their temperatures checked before they can come in. Parents call to let the center know their arrival so we can meet them at the gate for the check. Parents will fill out a COVID-19 questionnaire regarding exposures and possible symptoms as well as note what time they drop off. Each family has their own clipboard and pen to avoid cross contamination.
The children wash their hands as soon as they enter the classroom. They wash their hands frequently throughout the day - before and after activities, eating, outdoors, and whenever a possible hand to mouth occurrence may happen. We have developed educational curriculum such as songs, literacy, and discussions to assist children with developing healthy life habits to stay safe.
Toys, equipment, and materials are sanitized after each child's use and in between usage to ensure each child is playing with clean materials. Children also have a variety of toys that are just for their own personal use to prevent the sharing of germs. Social distancing is encouraged and promoted during group time activities such as concept circle and while eating. While napping children are placed head to foot and are social distanced from each other.
We teach in small group sizes and have sectioned off the classroom to have a rotation system. This allows children to have the opportunity to play in every part of the classroom for the sanitation required for safety.
We are always available over the phone at: 559-329-5355 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We provide parents with updates of their child with photos. We want to make sure you are apart of their day as much as we are even though we can't have parents on site.
We will be connecting families with webinars opportunities that the NEAYC and the county have to help during this stressful time to help promote healthy living. These resource opportunities will be emailed to families.
How are you providing parent resources?
- Most of our communication for resources is provided online. This is to ensure the safety of everyone. We are available over the phone and through email to answer any questions at any time.
What happens if my child starts to show signs of sickness at school?
- The child's family will be immediately called and be asked to return after cleared by a doctor. We want to ensure the safety of all staff and children during this time and ask for your partnership in making sure everyone remains safe.
What if my child develops any of the symptoms of COVID -19?
- Please notify the center. Your child's safety and the safety of all the children in the center are our top priority. Your child will need to be seen by a doctor and be cleared before they can return to the center.
What happens if a child at the center has a positive COVID-19 test?
- Everyone at the center would have to get tested and the center would close for 14 days or pending test results. We will be closely monitoring the situation and keeping parents informed on a daily basis to ensure the safety of everyone.
What if it is my child with the positive test results?
- We uphold a confidentiality policy and your information will remain private.
Didn't see your question answered, feel free to contact us any time through email at: email@example.com and we will get back to you within 24 hours of the next business day.
Grandma's House is an afterschool non-profit tutoring program that provides free tutoring for at-risk students. Our teaching staff is made up of retired teachers who volunteer their time to provide academic support for children who need additional support to be successful. This program does not received state or federal funding. it is financed by fundraisers and donations from the community please partner with us by donating to this wonderful program. You can help make a difference in the lives of our children.
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