This pandemic took a lot from many of us— our loved ones, our outdoor activities, our liberty, in general. The scare of contracting the virus even affected the lives of our children. Many have isolated themselves for so long -some stopped going out, kids prevented going to public places, including preschool.
Schooling is essential to the formative years of our young ones under Child Care in New Jersey. And the in-person learning with teachers, classmates, and friends will help them regain from the worries and trauma that coronavirus brought about since last year.
Since the CDC approves the reopening of schools for the school year 2021-2022, we have to abide by the following guidelines to ensure the safety of our teachers and children:
- The consistent and correct usage of masks.
- Maintain physical distancing.
- Proper ventilation
- Observe proper hand washing and respiratory etiquette.
- Cleaning and disinfection
The CDC also recommends staying at home, getting tested, and isolating when someone is sick. That way, we can prevent the spread of the virus among students, teachers, and staff in Childcare Centers in Jersey City, New Jersey.
It Takes A Village Infant Toddler and Preschool Center can give you parents the guarantee of a safe and supportive institution for the young. We follow the guidelines and protocols for Centers with Accreditation from the national and local government and our health authorities – because your trust matters to us.