cOVID-19

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Child Care Licensing made the following guidelines which remain in effect:
Day Nursery of Abilene continues to follow the COVID-19 recommended practices outlined by the licensing body for our child care program, Texas Health and Human Services/Texas Child Care Licensing/Department of Family Protective Services (DFPS) as well as those of our City, County and State leadership including our local Abilene Health Department. In effort to assure the safety of every child, staff and parent, Day Nursery continues its effort to go above and beyond.
Child Care Licensing made the following guidelines which remain in effect:

  • Parents are not allowed in the center at this time
  • Children and staff must thoroughly wash hands upon arrival and then are escorted by staff to their classrooms
  • Continued and ongoing sanitizing and handwashing has been enhanced at Day Nursery throughout the day
  • Temperature readings of each child and staff are conducted every time they enter the building and if necessary, throughout the day.
  • If anyone is ill, they are required to stay home.
  • There is no family style dining allowed

Day Nursery continues to require additional handwashing, use of gloves, and additional sanitizing. This is being monitored continuously by center leadership.

Additionally, state licensing representatives continue to make visits to all licensed early care and education facilities ensuring that all health, cleanliness, safety and state licensing regulations are being followed.

Day Nursery also encourages social distancing in each center and has been implementing the recommended group size of no more than 10. These practices are in compliance with all CDC requirements as well. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/guidance-for-schools.html

As new information becomes available, we will communicate that with you in the centers and we encourage you to ask questions too. We want everyone informed as things continue to change. Please feel free to talk with your center’s director. You have our commitment that we will remain open to provide child care to our families working in essential jobs in our community for as longas we can or until we are told otherwise that we cannot.

Thank you for the support, notes and expressions of gratitude shared with our staff. They are doing a fabulous job and we appreciate you for recognizing those efforts as well as for the support of our community!

Regards,
Cynthia PearsonPresident/CEO
Day Nursery of Abilene

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