We understand how overwhelming the past few months have been with the concerns over COVID-19 and its impact on our families and communities. We regularly monitor the situation and our teams are working diligently to continue providing a safe, healthy, nurturing environment where our children can thrive. We’re thankful to our Ivy Kids families and communities for your continued support and trust in Ivy Kids. We are here for you and remain in this together.
WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER
SAFETY AT IVY KIDS
At all Ivy Kids Early Learning Centers, the health and safety of children and staff are paramount. Ivy Kids centers are renowned for stringent health and safety practices. We strive to maintain high standards of safety and cleanliness and provide a fun, caring, nurturing, home-away-from-home environment where children can grow brilliantly.
All Ivy Kids centers and teams stay updated regularly to implement the latest state and local guidelines, licensing requirements, and CDC guidelines regarding the safety and well-being of your child. It is our mission to go above and beyond the standard requirements and exceed the guidelines from local and state officials.
The Health & Safety of Our
Children & Staff is a Top Priority
All Ivy Kids centers continue to follow our stringent health and safety protocols and
additional procedures including:
Face masks are provided
for staff and authorized
deep-cleaning all indoor
areas and classrooms.
Limited entry into the buildingand temperature checks on all prior to entering the building.
Cleaning all high touch areas every 30 minutes. Includes toys, furniture, faucets, door handles, knobs, electronics.
Handwashing procedures for staff and children frequently throughout the day
Designated staff for pickup and drop-offs to follow social distancing procedures.
Health and safety teacher training for staff including first aid and CPR certification.
Providing daily laundry service of infants and older classrooms cloth items.
Children and staff staying home when sick or when showing respiratory illness symptoms.
Food safety and management at allocated meal/snack times.
Substituting field trips for in-center field activities and virtual field trips.
Providing daily preschool2me reports to parents to show safety measures taken through the day.