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POTTY TRAINING POLICY

 

Parents, in order to better minister and care for your child, we ask that you please send your child in a pull-up if he/she is potty training but is not yet potty-trained.

A potty-trained child will tell a worker if they need to go to the restroom.
We will still assist you in the potty training process by taking your child to the bathroom when he/she needs to go.

As you know, accidents do happen. However, our goal is to provide the best possible care for your child and that includes maintaining a clean and sanitary room.

Thank you for your help, The Bridge Children’s Ministry

 


BRIDGE KIDS’ WELLNESS POLICY

 

The Bridge commits itself to providing a safe place for its children.

Close physical interaction among the children is unavoidable, and germs are easily spread. The following guidelines, established by a group of pediatricians, are designed to keep exposure to a minimum.

Children will not be allowed in the children’s classes with any of the following :

A temperature of 100 degrees or higher in the last 24 hours (even if your child is fever free with Tylenol – your child must be fever free without medications for 24 hours)

Has vomited or had severe diarrhea within the last 24 hours

A continuous or new onset runny nose with green or yellow mucus (clear runny noses are alright)

Sore throat

Rashes

Consistent cough

Eye infections

Has been exposed to childhood diseases, such as chicken pox, measles, strep throat, or roseola

Head lice (child should be free of all nits)

Treatment with antibiotics should be greater than 24 hours

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