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Making Tough Business Decisions During The Coronovirus Pandemic

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As I consulted with one of my coaching clients the day before I wrote this post, I was reminded that Child Care Providers all over the world are faced with making lots of decisions that will have a major impact on the lives of families, including:

  • Deciding whether or not to open or close their business.
  • Staffing challenges because some teachers are concerned about catching the Coronovirus.
  • Families may unenroll their children if you close your business
  • Some families are working from home and your enrollment is low

I’m aware that there may be other situations that I may have not included , however, I just wanted to take the time today to say this: Do whatever is best for those families that you serve.

As a Center Owner, I decided to leave my center Open for those families that need our services and my staff are happy that we are open. The parents that work from home, stay in touch with us and I use social media to inspire and inform our families.

Most of all, if you choose to stay open during this Coronovirus  pandemic, be sure to do all that you can to prevent the spread of germs including:

  • Checking temperatures upon arrival
  • Having children to wash hands upon arrival
  • Limiting access to only allowing parents to pick up their children.
  • Requiring everyone that enters your home or center to wash hands upon arrival.
  • Sanitize/ Disinfect all surfaces touched by kids, parents and staff daily.
  • Do not allow sick children, parents or staff to enter your home or center.

Furthermore,  this Caronovirus Pandemic has truly revealed the fact that Child Care Providers are truly needed.

In fact, our first Responders, Nurses, Doctors, Business Owners, Grocery Store workers and many other professionals depend on us right now.

Thank you for all that you do for Young Children and their Families.

Much Success to you!
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Planning Fieldtrips For Your Summer Program

imagesCATF3502During the month of April, I plan my entire Summer Field trip Schedule. In fact, my field trip schedule for the preschoolers and the School-age children are slightly different.

The School-age children go on field trips every day and the preschoolers go on a field trip every other week. I plan daily field trips for the School-age children because they get bored being indoors all day and they need some time away from the program.

However, preschoolers need more supervision on field trips and I believe the liability is greater to take preschoolers on field trips every day.

So, here is what I recommend that you do before planning field trips:

  1. Create a field trip policy for your Summer Camp and train your staff on your policies.
  2. Places that you can take the School-age children every week include: The local park, Library, Free movie Camp and visit a local attraction. (For at least 1-2 hours a day)
  3. Plan to take the preschoolers on a field trip every other week and invite parents to join you, to assure adequate supervision.

Need ideas on how to Plan safe field trips for your Summer camp; download my Summer Camp Planning eGuide today! (click here)

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