How we’re keeping our schools safe

                                                                   Here’s how

 

Our families are our priority, especially in these difficult times.  We are committed to maintain a safe healthy environment.

We’ve created this page to share the steps we’re taking to keep the children, their families and the faculty member’s safe in our school.  Together we can get through this.

 

 

Operations:

How we’re keeping you safe:

Drop off & pick up procedures:

Our new routines for drop-off and pick-up are designed to ensure everyone in our School stays healthy and safe. Only one family at a time will be permitted inside the foyer, where our administration will conduct a quick health screening to ensure your child does not have a fever above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or other flu-like symptoms. A designated teacher will take your child to and from the classroom. For pick-up, a teacher will bring your child to the foyer. Please be mindful of keeping a six-feet distance from others during drop-off and pick-up.

Social Distancing:

We will practice social distancing in the classroom throughout the day. Your children will remain in the classroom or on the playground with their teachers and classmates. For added safety, different classes will not interact with one another, and all special events and visitors will be postponed until further notice.

Keeping areas clean:

Our teachers will implement an even more rigorous cleaning routine, and all high-touch surfaces and objects will be sanitized regularly throughout the day. These include, but are not limited to, all learning materials, playground structures, light switches and door handles. 

 

Food prep procedures:

Teachers will continue to wear gloves while helping children with snack time and lunch. We will discontinue family-style servings at snack time. The teachers will serve children individually.

 

Face Covers:

We have provided all Schools with guidance and best practices about wearing face coverings at School. Along with our guidance, Schools must follow local health and state guidelines to ensure they’re compliant with health and safety orders


What to do if my child is sick or a family member has been diagnosed with covid-19

For the safety of children, families and faculty at Round The Clock Nursery Schools, anyone who is ill must stay home. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with COVID-19, immediately alert your School's owner and stay home. Please follow the CDC's recommendations if you're unwell or if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

 

 

 

Covid-19 Resources links to helpful information

https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/home

https://ocfs.ny.gov/main/news/COVID-19/#t1-Guidance-Documents

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