We're all sensitive to those who might be a little "under the weather". But illness in our Preschool Ministry we take a little more seriously, as kids can pass along germs to their friends and before you know it, the whole class is sneezing up a storm! Here are our Well Child Policies, designed to protect your children and your family, which we ask all our parents to abide by when bringing your preschoolers to church.
We ask that you not bring a child to church who appears to be ill. This is for the protection of your child as well as the other children. If your child has or has had in the last 24 hours any of the following symptoms, please do not take them into a Preschool classroom:
- Common cold, from onset through one week
- Sore throat
- Any unexplained rash
- Pink eye or other eye infection
- Any skin infection; boils, ringworm, impetigo
- Any symptom of childhood disease such as scarlet fever, German measles, mumps, chicken pox or whooping cough
If your child develops a fever or other symptoms of illness while he/she is in a Preschool class, he/she will be isolated and you will be notified.
If your child develops an infectious disease (measles, mumps, chicken pox, etc.) following a session in the CP Preschool ministry, please contact the Preschool Office immediately.
All medication must be administered by a parent.
Parents should indicate any allergies your child has at the time of arrival.
For sanitation purposes, we request that you use disposable diapers at church. This helps eliminate the spread of germs. Cloth diapers and soiled clothing are not rinsed out. They will be returned to you in a plastic bag.