Temporary Nursery and Preschool wellness policy:
Dear KidzTown Parents,
The recent restrictions due to Covid19 has driven us to seek out new ways to glorify God where we live, work and play. That is as it should be! As Christians we should always be looking up and forward with our hearts set on seeking God’s will in our present circumstances, whatever they may be.
The developments in the last few months have also given us reason to take a serious look at our child health and safety policies. We want you to know that your child’s safety is our deep concern. We are always looking at ways to improve life in KidzTown both spiritually and physically, and we need your cooperation to achieve positive results.
Continually seeking the guidance of the Lord in the life of our church, we would like to resume offering KidzTown activities during 11:00 Sunday worship and Wednesday night Bible study. We will also re-launch our Sunday School program on May 2, 2021. In order to do that we are implementing some important changes in how we care for babies and kids. Please understand that these new policies are not meant to be a burden to you, but rather to be assured that we are taking every reasonable measure to ensure the safety of our volunteers and the children in our care.
Please review the new Nursery and Preschool volunteer and parent responsibilities prior to dropping children off in KidzTown. The same measures will be taken for older children. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
In His service,
Responsibility of Volunteers in KidzTown:
Volunteers on duty will be the only adults authorized to remain in KidzTown during the service.
Volunteers must self-check for fever before arrival. A temperature of 100.4 or greater is indicative of illness, but if a volunteer has any fever, we ask that they seek a replacement for that rotation.
Volunteers are to wash their hands immediately upon arrival in the nursery, and wash/sanitize hands as frequently as necessary. Handwashing is especially important after helping a child dry their tears, their nose or after helping them in the restroom.
Volunteers are requested to sanitize any toys that were used during their rotation once the children leave, or immediately after a child has had a toy in his mouth. All surfaces should also be sprayed with Lysol after the children leave.
Volunteers should only change a diaper if it is soiled, being sure to use gloves and wash their hands thoroughly after a change occurs. Changing station must be sanitized after each use.
Parents please ensure that no one in your household presents with a fever before dropping children off in KidzTown.
Please be sure to check in and out. There are check-in stations located at both entrances to KidzTown. You will check out by presenting your sticker to the volunteer on duty in your child's classroom.
If you child is training on the toilet or already trained, please help them use the restroom and wash their hands before entering the nursery or preschool room. KidzTown restrooms will be available and cleaned between each service. (No child will ever be denied use of the restroom, but children need parental guidance regarding personal hygiene now more than ever.)
KidzTown volunteers for that week are to be the only adults inside the nursery or classrooms.
Food, liquids, and toys from home will not be permitted in KidzTown until further notice. Diaper bags will not be necessary, diapers and wipes will be supplied by the church until the risk of Covid19 infection is diminished.
You can download a copy of the policy for your records by clicking this link.