Konnection Kids began is reopen plan on August 23rd! To start, we will only be offering it at 9 AM and by RSVP only. Reopening and staying safe is a team effort so before you RSVP below, please review this information on what to expect from us, and what we are asking of you:
What to expect in Konnection Kids?
- Masks/Face Shields will be worn by all Connectors
- Temperatures will be taken at check-in (anything higher that 100.4 will not be permitted in KK)
- All connectors will use frequent hand sanitizing practices
- All surfaces will be sanitized before, during, and services.
- All toys and art supplies will be swapped out and replaced with new toys and art supplies for each service. All soft surface toys have been removed from classrooms.
- All snacks will be served in individually sealed packages. No drink cups will be provided by Konnection Kids (parents must bring a labeled cup for their child).
What is expected of you?
- Pre-register your child(ren) below (We will be accepting RSVP's, one week at a time)
- Only one adult will be permitted on the Konnection Kids hallway per family. If your family has more than 3 children, 2 adults will be allowed on the KK hallway. The same adult that drops a child off in KK will be the same adult that will be required to pick up that child. Any other people that are with you and your family will be asked to wait outside.
- If you are sending your child to Konnection Kids with a mask, please have their mask secured with a face mask lanyard.
- Sippy cups will not be provided for your child during snack. Please be sure that you bring a labeled cup for your child.
- Diaper/pull-up and cup must be out, labeled, and ready to hand to the connector when dropping off children.
- If your child uses a pacifier, it must be secured to your child’s clothing at all times by a pacifier clip.
- If you or anyone in your family is exhibiting COVID symptoms, we ask that you please stay home!
Signs of Sickness
Anyone showing signs of illness or has been exposed to COVID-19 should not be in the childcare facility.
- Shortness of breath
- Difficulty breathing
- Respiratory symptoms
Any 2 of the following:
- Repeated Shaking with Chills
- Muscle Pain
- Sore throat
While symptoms in children are similar to adults, children may have milder symptoms. Reported symptoms in children include cold-like symptoms such as fever, runny nose, and cough. Sore throat, headache, vomiting, and diarrhea are less commonly reported. However, a small percentage of children have been reported to have a more severe illness. If you have children with underlying health conditions, talk to your doctor about their risk.