Our Commitment Is To Keep Your Child Safe

Thorough Cleaning And Sanitization Precautions That Safeguard Health

Our Commitment Is To Keep Your Child Safe

Thorough Cleaning And Sanitization Precautions That Safeguard Health

Christian Preschool Serving Towson, MD

Daily Sanitizing Keeps Germs Away

Daily sanitizing keeps your child’s classes and bathrooms germ-free, and giving close attention to high-traffic spots like doorknobs and light switches assures a deep clean that keeps your child healthy.

Our Reopening Plan Has Been Guided By:

Temperature And Health Screenings Ensure Wellness

Every day, your child and the staff get their temperatures checked for signs of fever. Health screenings also ensure all who enter are symptom-free, keeping your child’s spaces free of possible infection. Parents complete health and temperature checks through the Kangarootime© app.

Increased Hand-Washing Puts A Stop To Germs

After drop off, your child washes their hands first thing before entering any class, doing the same throughout the day and before you pick them up to nix germs and the possibility of contagion.

Sick Children Are Asked To Stay Home

Parents should keep sick children home, prevent the spread of COVID to others, and make sure their health needs receive attention. This precaution prevents the possibility of spreading the virus and also goes for the adults.

An Adequate Ratio Of Attendance Ensures Safety

Planning makes sure that substitute teachers are readily available to fill in if other teachers are sick, ensuring your child continues to receive the care you expect even if the staff is affected.

Modifications Put In Place Like Social Distancing

Adjustments like smaller class sizes, in-house field trips, and rotated schedules help ensure the safest care possible for your child. Re-designing and altering day-to-day activities keeps everyone safe.

Safe Parent Drop Off And Pick Up Options

Measures like hygiene stations before your child enters, a greeter in place to receive your child, and a designated, trusted person for pick up and drop off help reduce everyone’s exposure to the virus.

Optional Mask Wearing Reduces Exposure To Germs & Viruses

Staff and children aged 2 years and older have the option to wear masks to help keep everyone safe. Masks reduce the spread of the virus and help hold everyone accountable for doing their part.

Fresh Air In Classrooms Protects Immune Systems

Clean, fresh oxygen is pumped into every classroom to ensure your child is breathing the highest quality air. Fresh air means less exposure to germs, bacteria, and viruses.

Separate Entrance And Exit To Classrooms For Extra Measure

Classrooms have separate entrances and exits for classrooms to ensure safety and social distancing. Keeping students in their hubs provides an extra measure of protection during this time.

How Old Is Your Child?


2 - 3 Years


3 - 4 Years


4 - 5 Years

After School

2.5 - 5 Years

summer camp

2 - 5 Years