Health & Safety Measures

Frequent Handwashing To Stop The Spread Of Germs

Teachers walk your child through proper handwashing hygiene, so they learn to keep themselves healthy. After all transitions, including potty breaks, lunchtime, or playtime, your child participates in frequent hand washing to scrub germs down the drain.

Daily Temperature Checks Reduce Risk Of Contact

Thanks to daily temperature checks, all potential dangers and symptoms never make it past the front door. Every staff, parent, and child must undergo a temperature screening to ensure the health and well-being of everyone in the community.

Social-Distancing Keep Families Safe

Social distancing transitions allow you to feel confident and comfortable whenever you pick up or drop off your little one. All families stay 6 feet apart to minimize potential contact and transmission.

Small Class Sizes Create Safe Spaces

Your little one’s daily group of classmates remains small and consistent to ensure they have less risk of potential exposure. They play, learn, laugh, and build close connections with friends while staying safe.

Frequent Sanitization & Pro Cleaners For Great Health

Teachers always sanitize your child’s toys, learning surfaces, and play areas, keeping them germ-free and sparkling clean. Frequent professional cleaners also cleanse any hard-to-reach areas and provide an extra layer of health and safety for your tot.

How Old Is Your Child?


6 Weeks - 18 Months


18 Months - 3 Years


3 - 4 Years


4 - 5 Years​

School Age

Attended Kindergarten - 13 Years