Paragon Updated Health and Wellness Procedures Starting in JulyPosted: June 30, 2021
With the ending of the State of Emergency in Virginia, here are our updated policies moving forward at Paragon.
-Masks are no longer a requirement to enter the building. If you are more comfortable wearing one you are welcome too.
-Hand sanitizing wipes will remain at the entrance. Please continue to clean your and your child’s hands upon entering.
-Parents and children should still check temperatures at the door. Please remember that it has always been our policy to not have children with fevers or other symptoms come in our facility. Any child with respiratory symptoms (cough, runny nose, and sore throat) and fever should not be brought in the building. The child can return 24 hours after starting treatment and/or the fever has resolved (without the use of fever-reducing medicine). If school age children have been kept home from school, they should also be kept home from gymnastics. Other symptoms common in children that should not participate with other children include colds, sore throats, coughs, vomiting, and diarrhea.
-Paragon will continue to clean and sanitize several times a day and deep clean overnight several times a week.
-Our HVAC units will continue to run with air purifying and filtering systems.
Please continue to monitor yourself and your family for COVID symptoms and exposures. Our top priority is keeping our Paragon family safe while providing a fun, learning, and growing opportunity for our students.
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