Our school has implemented the policies below due to COVID-19. We have implemented these policies to keep our families and staff safe and healthy.
*Stay home if you or your child are sick. Please click on the link below to see our COVID-19 sick policy.
*If you are not fully vaccinated your must wear a mask in our building. We highly recommend everyone to wear a mask no matter your vaccination status.
Drop off times will be between 7:00am and 9:30 am. Please limit your drop off time at the classroom to 5 minutes or less so that you do not become an exposure to the students if you become ill.
Lunches will go directly into your child’s cubby. This will help prevent cross-contamination.
We will no longer refrigerate
or heat any food brought into
the preschool. An ice pack can
be used to keep food cold,
and a thermos can be used to keep food warm. Breastmilk
and formula will be kept in the classroom refrigerator and warmed.
We will discontinue our family style dining practice to reduce the spread of germs at mealtime. Teachers will serve snacks to the children while wearing gloves. Teachers will continue to sit with the children while they are eating to supervise and prevent contamination or sharing of food.
We will continue to follow our regular handwashing, cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting procedures. Classroom materials will be rotated to ensure they are cleaned often and properly,
and we will intensify cleaning
and disinfecting of high-touch surfaces (tables, doorknobs, faucets, chairs, cubbies, playground equipment, etc.)
Please screen your child at home for any health concerns and take their temperature before coming to school. If they have a temperature over 100.4, cough, runny nose/congestion, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, shortness of breath, stomach ache, headache, rash, or any other signs of illness, please do not bring them to school.
Call our office at 602-707-5821 to notify us and receive guidance.
When signing your child in and out each day through brightwheel, you will need to confirm the 3 health questions regarding symptoms and exposure to COVID-19. If any of these statements cannot be confirmed, your child may not come to school. You will need to stop in the weekday office to receive guidance.