The safety and well-being of our students, families, and staff is Leon Early Childhood Center (LECC) highest priority. We have been and will continue to follow the information and guidance provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as the department of public health in each community we serve. Masks are mandatory for all adults in our building. We ask that both staff and families properly wear their mask while on campus to help ensure the safety our students.
Leon Early Childhood Center (LECC) is closely monitoring the health and attendance of all students, families, and staff. All individuals will have his/her temperature taken and given a brief health screening prior to entering to the school. As a precaution, we ask that grandparents do not drop off or pick up children if possible.
Please notify the Center Director if your child or a member of your household has any of the above symptoms:
If your child, a member of your household, or you have been diagnosed with or exposed to Coronavirus, please notify the Center Director immediately. This includes if your place of employment is closed due to a positive or presumptive positive case. Please also notify us if your child or a family member exhibits any respiratory symptoms.
The CDC continues to emphasize the risk of any illness is reduced with proper handwashing, staying away from others who are ill, and if you are ill, staying home until you are symptom free for 24 hours.
Leon Early Childhood Center (LECC) will follow the CDC and local health agency recommendations for cleaning and disinfecting the building. We have reviewed our cleanliness processes with our staff which include handwashing, disinfecting/sanitizing toys and equipment, and proper use of gloves.
Leon Early Childhood Center (LECC) will continue to implement CDC recommendations to prevent infection for students and staff, which include:
We are working hard to maintain a safe learning environment for all students and staff by continuously educating students and staff about the importance of frequent hand washing; proper techniques for covering a cough or sneeze; not touching one’s eyes, nose, and mouth; staying home when ill, and other measures to prevent the spread of all communicable diseases.
We will continue to monitor this situation and provide updates as often as necessary. Thanks in advance for working with us to keep all our students and staff healthy and safe.