Center Health and Safety Policy for COVID-19
We are taking many steps to limit student interaction and keep the Center clean. We ask that you support our efforts by following the guidelines regarding student hygiene within the Center Cleanliness Policy. Please remember that these rules are meant to protect all staff members, students, and families who visit the center.
In an effort to maintain a healthy and clean Kumon Center, we will:
Minimize student density: Students will be seated one student per table, a minimum of 3 feet apart. (Siblings will sit together.)
Close the Parent Waiting Area. Parents are asked to wait for their students in their vehicle.
Implement an enhanced cleaning and disinfecting routine for equipment and frequently touched surfaces.
Provide enhanced hygiene, cleaning, and disinfecting protocols with related training for staff.
It is required that anyone who enters the center wear a mask. The assistants and I will also wear masks.
Provide and encourage regular use of hand sanitizers upon entering and exiting the center.
We ask that parents and students support our efforts by:
Having students bring their own pencils, eraser, and pencil sharpener (if necessary.)
Encouraging proper student hygiene. Students must wash their hands before coming to class. They will be required to use hand sanitizer when entering and exiting the center.
Providing your child with a mask. Recognizing that masks are in limited supply, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has released appropriate use guidelines for non-medical masks.
Ensuring your child does not have a large beverage before class and that they have used other bathroom facilities, if needed, before attending the center. The bathroom facilities at the center will be closed as a precautionary measure.
Not sending children to class who are ill with fever and/or infectious respiratory symptoms or other health conditions until they are well again. If you suspect your child has contracted any illness, it is important that he/she does not attend Kumon until he/she is no longer symptomatic.
Notifying us if your child (or a person they live with) is ill.