Our Response Plan
- Parents are required to drop off at the door.
- Both staff and children will be screened each morning upon arrival with temperature checks.
- Included in our updated sick policy If your child has a fever they will have to get a doctor’s note in order to return to school.
- All adults on campus are required to wear a mask.
- We have increased our cleaning and sanitization procedures so that all toys and surfaces are cleaned and sanitized daily and more often as necessary.
- Chairs, nap mats, and supplies are labeled for your child’s individual use and will not be shared with other students
- Class groups will not comingling to the greatest extent possible. Classes will remain in their cohorts during morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up.
- Each classroom has an air purification system including UV light which helps kill bacteria in the air.
- Class sizes will be limited to 12 students per day.
- Each family will be required to sign a weekly agreement form stating that you will notify the school if you child has been directly exposed to person with COVID or is exhibiting symptoms of an awaiting test results.
- If a parent, child, or staff member obtains a positive test result the parents will be notified immediately and the health department will be notified in order to create an action plan that best suits the individual case.
- If the schools obtains five percent or more positive test results we may be forced to close for 14 days in order to prevent further spread and properly disinfect the building.
We ask that you help us by teaching your children to cough or sneeze in their elbow, giving consistent reminders not to touch their face and practice frequent hand washing.
*We are now working with RCOE to make childcare more affordable, if you are interested you would contact the Riverside County of Education to see if you qualify for their program to get assistance in paying for your tuition!