Tiniciti is excited to introduce our Safety and Sanitation Stations.
Stations have been created as a sequence covering all necessary measures to ensure we keep a germ-free environment for our students and staff.
First Station: Disinfecting. Students will sanitize their hands
Second Station: U.V light. Our nurse will use an ultra-violate wand to sanitize clothing.
Third Station: Temperature control. Nurse will take every students temperature before they enter campus. Anyone showing any signs of a fever will not be permitted inside.
Fourth Station: Shoes. Students will have their shoes sprayed down with a CDC/DCF approved solution to decontaminate them.
In our continuing efforts to ensure a safe environment only parents of students ages 3 to 12 months will be allowed inside to drop off students. ANY PERSON entering MUST go through our Safety and Sanitation Stations before being allowed in.
As our community navigates what has become a global pandemic with COVID-19, we continue to work in support of our children, our families, our teachers, and staff. In an effort to mitigate the loss of learning momentum, our curriculum team has created additional education resources that can be implemented at home.
Use these resources to help you teach and implement healthy habits and strike the right balance when talking to your child about COVID-19 and keep your child engaged in learning at home.
Updated Policies and Guidance:
We continue to monitor and adhere to all guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the U.S. government to ensure that we are taking all necessary preventative measures and acting on each directive that affects any Tiniciti center. To view our latest policies and guidance around COVID-19.
Health & Safety Resources:
- Find child-friendly activities for staying healthy
- How to talk to your child about COVID-19
- Teach your child good hand-washing practices and how to prevent the spread of germs
During this uncertain time the health, safety, and well-being of our children, families, and staff are of paramount importance to us. As our schools continue to monitor the developments of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), we understand that our children may be confused or feeling anxious about the changes they are experiencing in their families, communities and their schools.
School To Go:
Our curriculum team has created lesson plans and activities for the first week of April and will continue to build lessons as the situation progresses.
Parents will be able to pick up the catered learning packages for Distance Learning every Friday from 8am till 5pm. We will also connect online through the ZOOM platform for classroom conferences and check-ins. This is a newly added extension of our curriculum, where our teachers will be about to carry out the daily routine. We will also be able to live stream with parents and speak with them on how to best educate their kids on the importance of staying healthy and preventing the spread of germs.
This to-go curriculum guide includes additional activities you can do at home with your child to reinforce the weekly lesson with tips on basic hygiene practices, recommended books you can read with your children, and online resources for extracurricular activities that support a balance of playtime, downtime and family time.
Learning Pod service
A temporary solution created out of the necessity during this complex moment, our Learning Pod concept offers working parents a safe environment for their children whose schools are closed and are distance-learning. The service provides a supervised learning environment, where teachers will ensure that student’s class and homework is being done in a timely manner.