When It’s Kid Quarantine Time
Concern about COVID-19 (coronavirus) has created a rapidly evolving environment where changes are being made quickly in the interest of public health. The World Health Organization has declared an international pandemic and almost all parts of our daily lives are being disrupted.
If you or anyone in your family believes they have been exposed to COVID-19, please let your school administrators know immediately. If you believe you are sick and need help, the CDC has recommendations for what to do.
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It is the responsibility of the owners and administrative team at each school to select and follow the guidance that is appropriate for their specific school at that specific time. The following strategies may vary from school to school.
To proactively prevent the transmission of COVID-19 in our schools and communities, the Get Well Place at all of our schools is temporarily closed.
Once the Get Well Place opens back up your administrators will reach out to you with the details. But school nurses are still on-site caring for staff and children. When the school is open our nurses are still busy making the school a happy and healthier place in the following ways:
If your child has been away from school, these resources should help your family with the transition back:
Our school on Three Chopt Road in Richmond filmed the following videos showing how the drop-off process may look and what children can expect. Each school is responding differently based on their licensing and state regulations, so please reach out to your school’s directors if you have questions.
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To reach the administrators at a certain school, please call the school directly and they will return your call as soon as they are able.