COVID 19 policies

Your child's health and safety is my number one concern. I did not have a sick child in my daycare from January 2020 thru September 2021, 21 months is pretty unheard of in the childcare business. We were able to stay extremely healthy due to our practicing of healthy habits. It's because of my health practices and cautions that my daycare does not have any illness outbreaks.

CDC and Health Department suggestions at this time:​

  • Parents drop off and pick up outside at the door

  • Text me when you arrive and I will meet you at the door.  (CDC and Health Department want to limit the amount of people coming in and out) 

  • Bring lunches in a 1 or 2 gallon size zip lock bag with a frozen ice pack

  • I can not accept car seats, diaper bags, anything other than shoes, and a jacket if necessary. I provide a blanket and snugly stuffed animal that is theirs to stay in their cubby until nap time and gets washed regularly.

  • All baby bottles must come already prepared in a bottle with a frozen ice pack in a gallon size zip lock bag

  • Temperatures will be taken several times a day

  • Fevers over 99.9/100 will not be able to return until AT LEAST 24 - 48 hours after fever is gone without fever reducing medication 

  • ANY fresh gooey green runny nose, consistent cough, fever, other symptoms will require child be picked up immediately

  • If you or your little one have been directly around someone with Covid please keep your little one home until a negative test comes back. If someone in your household has Covid your little one must stay home for 2 weeks.

    • Tuition rates still apply. This is my livelihood, it is how I pay the bills to keep the daycare open. Employers are required to pay employees if they are out due to Covid.

  • If anyone at home is sick for any reasons, children must stay home and not return to my care until at minimum 24 hours after symptoms have subside

  • If I have to close due to a Covid illness of myself or assistants, all sick or personal time will be used first before credits are given

  • As of 3/29/22 Health Dept says If someone in the household tests positive for Covid children can not return to daycare until after 5 days of quarantine. Child can return after that if no symptoms are present. If symptoms are present a child can return once symptoms are gone and a negative covid test is required to return to daycare.