Our children’s safety begins at the front door, where at this time our entry procedure has changed to accommodate CDC guidelines. Currently, we are not using our regular fingerprint reader for families.
Medication is checked in daily as needed by the child. All medication is kept at the front counter medicine and supply cabinet. We provide CPR and First Aid, Food handler, and 24-hour annual early childhood training for our teachers, staff, and leadership Team.
If your child is ever injured at Storybooks School, whether it is a little boo-boo or a big one, you can expect a phone call from a member of our team explaining what happened, how it was treated, and any follow-up required. We will have a boo-boo report for you to sign at pick-up time.
Food allergies are a serious concern for many families—and for all of us. All Storybooks School Houses and the entire facility are nut-free. Our staff and teachers have been trained in the use of EpiPen injectors. We have policies and procedures outlining our commitment to keeping your children safe.
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During this time of heightened concern, our school leadership team continues to stay up to date on the latest state and local guidelines, licensing requirements, and CDC recommendations regarding the safety and well-being of your child. Storybooks School is committed to following stringent health and safety requirements as well as to meeting or exceeding guidelines from local and state officials.
Depending on the circumstances and guidance by local and state officials, enhanced procedures above normal health and safety protocols may include:
Storybooks School is committed to the implementation of these and other enhanced procedures to prevent exposure and help ensure safety during the spread of COVID-19. We keep the lines of communication open with families and staff to convey the enhanced measures in place within our school.