Covid 19 - Policies and Procedures

In keeping with the Child Care Licensing and following all guidelines and recommendations from the Center for Disease Control, Utah Department of Health and Davis County Health Department, we have implemented new procedures as well as improved our Health and Safety Standards.


MASK WEARING: In following current health and safety guidelines and in observance of the mask mandate, all children  ages 3 and up are required to wear a mask while in the building. All staff also will wear masks. We ask that parents wear masks coming to and from their cars during drop-off and pick-up.


ATTENDANCE POLICY: We do ask that any sick children please stay home. Also, if anyone in your household currently has Covid-19 or is being tested for Covid please keep your child at home. Every child who enters must pass the health assessment and temperature screening as per State Guidelines listed in item 2.


WE NEED YOUR HELP: We want to encourage all families to review proper hand cleaning with your children and to talk to them about the importance of not putting items in the mouth, not touching their faces or mouths, covering their coughs and sneezes in their elbows (like a vampire), and washing hands frequently.


BE PRO-ACTIVE: We all want to be safe and healthy, please help by making good health choices and teaching them to your children. We will get through this together!


HEALTH SCREENING: Eeach day, all children’s temperatures are taken and a check for symptoms is undertaken — fever, cough, runny nose, loss of sense of smell/taste, sore throat, diarrhea, and/or vomiting.

Temperatures above 100 are monitored and children with a fever of 100.9+ cannot be admitted.


HAND WASHING: We will be washing hands as soon as the children enter our center, in between each transition, and before and after eating. We will have hand sanitizer readily available for our students as well. We disinfect all handles, light switches, desks, bathrooms, toys, and more at least twice a day in addition to before and after meals.



For more information from the CDC regarding the Coronavirus, please click here.
For more information from the Davis County Health Department, please click here.