Our COVID-19 Response
As we navigate the unknowns of COVID-19, Children of Tomorrow Learning Centers are dedicated to keeping the children, families, and our staff as safe as possible. We are committed to being transparent and fluid with our communication and responses. Thank you for continuing to trust us and be a part of our COT Family! Here are the procedures we are implementing as we keep health and safety top of mind:
POLICIES EFFECTIVE AS OF 8/5/21
Daily Health Screening
Both students and staff will be assessed daily for the following:
temperatures over 99.1 degrees or higher, COVID-19 like symptoms, exposure to COVID-19 or a family member with COVID-19 like symptoms and travel out of the country or to high risk states in past 14 days. COT reserves the right to send an individual home based on wellness check results.
Upon entering the building, parents and children will stop at the sanitation station located in the front of the building where they will apply hand sanitizer upon arrival and before they exit the building.
Pick Up and Drop Off
Parents are welcome back into the buildings in the hallways and common areas only. Parents follow the arrows marked for clear guidance of a smooth flow throughout the building.
It will be mandatory for masks to be worn for those who enter our buildings. Masks will be mandatory for all staff members from the hours of 6-9 AM and 3-6 PM during high traffic and interactions with families. Masks are mandatory for all persons entering the building and in common areas i.e. hallways, break rooms, lobby, bathroom, etc. by all staff. If you choose not wear a mask, we ask that you pick up your child during outside times.
Movement in the Building
Movement between classrooms throughout the day will be limited for both teachers and students.
Frequently touched classroom surfaces, objects and outdoor areas will be cleaned between uses and disinfected daily according to our enhanced cleaning checklists.
In person tours are available at this time Monday through Friday from 9 AM – 12 PM.
If a COVID-19 case is reported, COT will do all they can to limit exposure. Closing classrooms or the entire center may be considered and evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Parents will be notified of potential exposure their student may have had while attending COT.