Kids 4 Kompany Learning Academies utilizes the following safety practices daily: 

  • Requiring any children or staff with respiratory illness symptoms or fever to return home and stay home until fever free for at least 24 hours
  • Frequent disinfecting and sanitizing of high-touch toys and surfaces
  • Frequent handwashing by children and staff, which is embedded in our curriculum and daily staff protocols
  • Training teachers on common signs of illness in children, and placing signage in every classroom to keep signs of illness top of mind
  • Daily laundering of crib sheets for infants; for older children blankets are sent home to be laundered weekly
  • Continuous health & safety training for Directors, Program Administrators, and staff, including first aid and CPR certification
  • Maintaining an up-to-date and customized Safe School Plan posted in all classrooms for easy teacher access
  • Ensuring lower teacher-student classroom ratios

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During this time of concern in our communities, our Leadership Team is continuing to stay up-to-date with the latest state and local guidelines, licensing requirements, and CDC guidelines regarding the safety and well-being of your child. Kids 4 Kompany Learning Academies are committed to following stringent health and safety requirements as well as to meet or exceed the guidelines from local and state officials.

We have implemented enhanced procedures to limit the spread of COVID-19 and are frequently communicating with families and staff to convey the enhanced measures in place.

  • Limiting the people who enter the building to current team members and enrolled families only
  • Touchless check-in
  • External drop-off and pick-up of children
  • Increased frequency of hand washing
  • Increased sanitation of frequently touched surfaces and toys
  • Limiting use of playground equipment to one classroom at a time and disinfecting playground equipment before and after each use
  • Suspending family-style dining
  • Substituting field trips with virtual field trip experiences