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The Kids on Campus staff has adapted daily routines and procedures with our community's health and safety in mind.

Daily Health Screenings

​Each morning at drop off, families are greeted by our friendly staff at designated classroom entry points. Children’s temperatures are checked at the doors and a short health screening is completed each day using a daily health survey which is available via QR code. Only students and essential staff are allowed inside our school at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions.

 


Routine Temperature Checks

​Children’s temperatures are checked at drop off and their health is monitored throughout the day to ensure every child is healthy and symptom free. A parent is contacted to pick up their child immediately if they have any Covid-19 related symptoms and/or a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. The ill child will wait in a supervised isolation area until pick up.

 


Indoor & Outdoor Disinfection

​Cleaning and disinfecting will be enhanced to be consistent with current guidance. High contact surfaces throughout our facilities, both indoors and outdoors, are disinfected with hospital-grade sanitizer regularly throughout the day. High contact classroom surfaces (tables, chairs, counters, and toys), restrooms (toilets, sinks, and counters), and outdoor spaces (handlebars, slides, monkeybars) will be disinfected per health department recommendations. 

Small Groups and Social Distancing

Children will remain with the same group each day and at all times while in care. Santa Clara County’s local guidance on cohort sizes is no longer in effect. We are encouraged to keep cohorts small, maintain face coverings, hand washing and physical distancing procedures to keep children, staff and families as safe as possible. State guidance currently states: “Children should remain in groups as small as possible. Should these guidelines differ from local health ordinances, follow the stricter guidance.”

 

Personal Protective Equipment and Hygiene

​​Staff wear face coverings at all times. Masks for children are encouraged. Staff and children regularly wash hands following CDC guidelines. Children receive fun and developmentally appropriate daily lessons in health and hygiene to keep themselves and others safe.