covid safety

We pride ourselves on providing the same loving care as we did Pre-Covid, but with increased safety measures for families and staff.

Children wash hands immediately upon entering the classrooms, with increased hand washing throughout the day

We use hospital-grade disinfectant in our strict cleaning and sanitizing protocols multiple times a day

We offer the option of both in-person and virtual tours

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Masks are required for staff and encouraged for children 2 and older.

In order to ensure your family’s safety,
our operating hours have been temporarily changed to
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM with no early drop-off

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Like many families who are uneasy during these uncertain times, my husband and I were hesitant about sending our children to Daycare/PreSchool during a pandemic but knew it would be best for us to get our work done but more importantly, for their social and emotional development. First Circle has worked diligently to make a safe, nurturing, and clean environment for all of the children.  We truly feel as though our children's health and wellness is the primary concern.  My son is happy, learning, and making friends.  We also love getting the daily reports, updates, and pictures...it makes us feel certain about our decision.  We are truly happy to be part of the First Circle Learning Family!

— Jane G

After months of quarantining due to COVID-19, my husband and I were faced with the decision of whether to send our children back to school. Like all families, we struggle[d] with the decision of whether we continue care at home or school. However, we ultimately decided that the student-teacher dynamic, the power of play between children of similar ages, the learning and the social component that school provides is irreplaceable and is crucial when it comes to the health and happiness of our kids. 
 
My daughter has been back at First Circle for a month in Ms. Natasha's class and returns home every day happy, inspired and eager to share everything she is learning.  At school, she is encouraged to wear her mask, but is not reprimanded if a break is needed. She tells us that her hands are continuously being washed and even smell like fruity soap when she comes home. She has her own bin with supplies such as playdough and crayons/markers. We are lucky to get pictures of her engaging in activities and play, as well as daily reports of what the class as a whole is learning as well as details specific to my daughter's day.
 
We believe that the staff at First Circle and Ms. Natasha are taking every precaution to ensure that germs stay out while learning and happiness stays in. We are so far very pleased and are confident that the staff will continue keeping our daughter safe, and happy, in their care.

— Maayan

We continue to work closely with our healthcare advisor and follow CDC guidelines. Precautions are subject to change, based on local guidance, EEC updates and new scientific data.