We have taken extra steps to ensure the safety of our customers. While we are returning to the classroom in May, we have implemented strict rules. One big change is the amount of students we are allowing for each class. We will not allow more than four students in a class. This allows for proper distancing. These guidelines will be in effect until further notice.
The CDC has recommended that all Americans who are leaving the house and coming into contact with other people wear masks and gloves. The measures are meant to act as an additional protective measure to prevent asymptomatic carriers from spreading the virus. Some exceptions include young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing or anyone who is unable to remove the covering without help. T-shirts or bandannas can be used to cover the nose and mouth when outside
Think differently and safely about traditions: If grandma and grandpa can’t be there physically, video call them so they can watch your in-house egg hunt – remember COVID-19 may keep us distanced, but we’re never really apart. Dress your child in their Easter Sunday dress and take memorable photos even if you don’t go out. Check to see if your church offers an online service and attend virtually. Lacking sweet candy treats? Bake cookies or homemade sweets at home. Cook a holi
We are all doing our part to prevent the spread of infection or "flatten the curve," as we so often hear. In order to accomplish this, most of us will have to simply stay home. There are others who are considered "essential" and required to continue to work during this pandemic. At this point, many would consider these essential workers to be heroes. Grocery store workers keep shelves stocked, police officers keep communities safe, and healthcare workers are doing everyth