Bilingual Kids is currently following CDC guidance and from the public health departments at the State and County levels, to ensure the safety of students, their families and staff. The safety and health of all of our students and staff is and has always been our top priority. We take great care and diligence to develop and maintain medical practices to address various communicable diseases, both common and rare and our facilities include medical grade HEPA filtration.
We will continually be updating our policy as additional COVID-19 guidance is provided. Cancellations will be made in accordance with guidelines from public health authorities, coupled with other considerations. We will be following all directives to reduce exposure at in-person classes and continue to update you if the public health department decides on: quarantines, closures, and exclusion policies.
While classes and camps might look a bit different this year we are going to provide our students the same level of excellence as we have for the past 12 years. Classes will be a safe, fun, educational, and exciting language learning experience filled with nature, STEM, art, music, games, treasure hunts and much more.
We will meet and exceed the required standards set forth by local and national agencies to ensure a safe experience, including: All of our qualified staff is fully vaccinated.
1. Designated location for Parents to drop off and pick up students Parents must answer the following questions:
2. Daily temperature checks may take place for all students and staff before check-in. Any student with a temperature exceeding 100°F will not be allowed to attend that day.
3. Low staff-to-student ratios.
4. Frequent hand washing and enhanced sanitation practices.
5. Staff will sanitize supplies and facilities throughout the day.
6. Activities will follow social distancing guidelines.
7. Groups will have limited to zero interaction with other groups, following social distancing guidelines.
8. Our qualified staff has been provided with personal protective equipment (PPE), including masks and gloves and has received vaccinations more than 16 days prior to the commencement classes.
9. All of our qualified staff has been thoroughly trained in new COVID-19 procedures and safety protocols and will be updated on additional training requirements as any new procedures shall become available during the duration of camp.
Masks and Face Coverings
The safety of our students, their families, and our staff is our top priority, which is why we’ve implemented additional protective measures that include increased cleaning, sanitizing, prescreen health checks, and physical distancing.
Following guidance set forth by federal, state, and local authorities, and the American Camp Association, we’ve implemented the following guidelines to enhance safety: