We care about your kids and want to keep them safe. Given the heightened awareness of viruses during this season, we ask that you please partner with us to prevent the spread of illnesses. All volunteers, parents, and children should stay home for 14 days if they have been exposed to a person with the coronavirus, the flu, or any other communicable disease.
You may have questions about what we’re doing to ensure our environment is clean and safe for your family. We want to inform you of the steps we take every week to prevent the spread of viruses in our environments.
Temperatures will be taken before entry. Kids will not be admitted to the program with a temperature above 99.9 degrees.
Volunteers/staff follow hand-washing procedures and children are instructed to wash their hands after using the bathroom and before eating.
Volunteers/workers follow posted safe and sanitary diaper-changing procedures.
Volunteers/staff and children use hand sanitizer in classrooms.
Volunteers/staff disinfect the classrooms and surfaces after each service.
Staff remove children from the classroom when they appear to be sick, and parents are contacted to pick them up.
We ask that you not bring your child to church if they exhibit any of the following symptoms:
Fever (must be fever-free for 14 days without medication)
Vomiting or diarrhea (must be symptom-free for 14 days)
Sore throat or strep throat
Cloudy or green runny nose
Infectious or unexplained rash
Pinkeye or other eye infection (must be on medication a minimum of 24 hours)
Any childhood disease (e.g., scarlet fever, German measles, mumps, chickenpox)
Thank you for helping us maintain safe environments for children to learn and grow in their faith.