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Well child care ONLY. Covid/Cold Symptoms Test to return or quarantine
What if your child just has a runny nose?
- They need to stay home until symptoms are gone for 24 hrs.
- If the runny nose continues and they get
Over the years, many parents have asked me about how to deal with separation anxiety. Now that many young children have spent more time than usual at home over the past year or so, this concern seems to be more
Back to school is coming soon!
Our new families and current students are visiting in their new class for transition visits.
If your child is having a hard time with transitions here are some ideas from National Association of Education …
The Shyne School is moving away from gender specific celebrations.
Inclusive celebrations can serve as important learning experiences by providing opportunities to discuss and acknowledge the many kinds of families in our communities and the many caregivers who are in
Monday, May 31, 2021 for Memorial Day…
We are reaching out to families in our local and statewide communities to spread the word about the Expanded Child Tax Credit!
Most families may receive $3,000 – $3,600 per child, even if the family has little or
Fair Start Act One-Pager_English
The Fair Start for Kids Act will provide the largest ever
investment in early learning in our state’s history –
it will make early learning, including child care, preschool,
and programs for infants and toddlers, more …
Updated Information for Travelers
- Fully vaccinated travelers are less likely to get and spread COVID-19.
- People who are fully vaccinated with an FDA-authorized vaccine can travel safely within the United States:
- Fully vaccinated travelers do not need to get tested
The Shyne School used a secure Parent Portal at MyProcare.com
so parents can log in and see their account, print receipts and see and update their contact information.
You can print any receipts, statements or summaries you want by going
CDC Guidelines we are following:
A person with COVID-19 symptoms who tests negative for COVID-19 may return to childcare when it has been:
• at least 24 hours since fever has resolved (without fever-reducing medication)
• AND symptoms have improved