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Healthy Kids

Children learn best when they are happy and healthy. That’s why we employ a nurse full-time. She’s available to help meet the physical, emotional, nutritional, and social well-being of our children and to support, advise and answer questions from families, too. Each of our staff is also first aid and CPR trained.


We are counting on you to work together with us to keep everyone safe and this will require that we all follow many new guidelines and procedures that will now be in place – that are very different than how we have operated in the past.

Upon your return, I am counting on your cooperation each day with the following;

  • Face Masks will be required for entry into the building – and for the entire time that you are in the building
  • Everyone entering the building must sanitize their hands at the new sanitizing stations located at each entrance
  • Temperature checks will be done on everyone entering the building
  • Parents will not be allowed to enter the classroom area
  • Hours for care will coincide with your work and school schedule
  • Social distancing markers will be utilized as reminders to promote wellness and safety
  • No outside items or food will be allowed in the center.

We acknowledge that these changes will be major adjustments for everyone – but in our working together – we will develop new habits that will help keep you, your children and the Women’s League to be healthy and prosperous!

We are in this together!!

Questions and Answers on Common Health Issues

Our changes in response to preventing COVID-19

  • Hand sanitizing stations outside each classroom
  • Staff and all visitors are required to wear masks.
  • Daily temperature checks of staff, visitors and children upon arrival – no admittance for child or staff with a temperature reading of 100or above
  • Increased cleaning and disinfecting in the classrooms and Center.
  • An Isolation/Wellness Room for sick children and adults waiting for pickup.

We ask that you share with us if you or someone in your family or close circle of friends become ill with COVID symptoms. Open and honest communication is needed by everyone to keep the Women’s League a safe environment for children, staff and families.

How does my child get vaccinated?

Children 6 months and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

  • Check with your pediatrician to see if they offer the COVID-19 vaccine to patients
  • Children can also be vaccinated by vaccine providers across the state who offer the vaccine to kids

Find out more information here

What health information is necessary to keep current at the Center?

  • Physicals are due annually, one year from the date of the last physical on file. All students must maintain current physicals in order to attend program.
  • Immunizations must be current and documented. If parents refuse, and Immunizations and Exemption form is available. This form must be notarized annually.
  • Medication authorization forms and care plans must be renewed yearly from the date written by the medical provider.
  • Medications Families will be notified of medications that expire. No expired medication can be administered.
  • Medical Provider return to school notes- please turn in all documentation to Main Office, * If your child is diagnosed with anything contagious, please have your medical provider list the Identified diagnosis.

What kinds of issues will cause children to be dismissed from school?

  • Fever (72-hour exclusion)
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Unexplained rashes
  • Any contagious illness such as pink eye, ringworm, strep throat, Hand, Foot and Mouth disease, and others.
  • Student is not participating and/or staff is unable to comfort a child or otherwise engage them in classroom activities
  • Student requires 1:1 staff for an extended period of time.

When can my child return to the Center?

  • When he/she is feeling better.
  • Absence of a fever for 72 hours without the use of fever reducing medication.
  • When they’re able to participate in program.
  • If they’re able to tolerate the scheduled Center

Must my child go outside every day when at the Center?

Outdoor Play is a wonderful way to develop many developmental goals, teach social skills, exercise the body and to have fun! Classes at our Center go outside every day for exercise and play—weather permitting. The recommended guidelines for outdoor play indicate acceptable temperatures of 32-85 degrees Fahrenheit. (This may be changed if the Governor or the Departure of Public Health issues a weather alert or advisory.)

Helpful Resources

  • Connecticut Office of Early Childhood The Office of Early Childhood provides funding, standards, training, and oversight to ensure that early care and education programs for young children in Connecticut are safe, healthy and nurturing.

Contact Our Nurse

La Vonne Henderson
[email protected]

1695 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06120
860.524.5969 | [email protected]

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