Kid Connection-School Age Child Care
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Kid Connection will switch to the appropriate child care scenario based on what model (Distance Learning, Hybrid Learning or In-person Learning) District 192 is following. To secure your spot during any or all models be sure to sign up for each model.
For detailed information about our Kid Connection-School Age Care program please go to: www.FarmingtonKidConnection.com
This fall, Kid Connection will offer a child care option that aligns with the return to school scenarios selected by Farmington Area Schools. Whether Distance Learning, Hybrid or In-Person Learning, we will offer families a care program that fits health and safety guidelines, the staff to student ratios and the classroom space mandates provided by the MN Department of Health and the MN Department of Education:
Depending on decisions made by Governor Walz on Thursday, July 30th, Registration for School Year 2020-2021 will be available Wednesday, August 5th. YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER FOR ALL OPTIONS YOUR CHILD(REN) MAY NEED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
PLEASE NOTE: To align with guidelines from the MN Dept of Health and the MN Dept of Education, Kid Connection program will teach and practice Social Distancing and Health skills, including frequent hand washing, activity rotations, and cleaning materials and equipment between uses. We will also maintain small groups of mixed age classrooms, with minimal interactions throughout the day with other children and adults. Children will be asked to keep some distance between each other throughout the day.
*Face mask/coverings are required for both staff and children grades Kindergarten and older, except outdoors, during meal and snack times, and during high physical activities.
*Children’s breakfasts/lunches will not have access to refrigeration or microwave.
*All personal belongings not needed on site, including toys, stuffed animals, etc., should be kept at home.
*Children should bring a labeled refillable water bottle each day. Drinking fountains will not be available however water bottle filling stations are available.
*Screening at Daily Drop-Off: The parent and child will be asked if they have the following symptoms: Temperature of 100 or above, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath. If the answer is YES to any symptom, the child must return home and monitored for further symptoms.
*If a child becomes ill, the child must remain home for a minimum of 10 days (14 for siblings), and be fever free without medication and show decrease in respiratory symptoms for 3 days (72 hours)