Jesus Kids Guidelines

Prevention

  • Hands are washed often based on our Healthy Hand Hygiene Behavior guidelines below.
  • Children are supervised when they use hand sanitizer to prevent swallowing alcohol.
  • Frequently touched surfaces are cleaned and disinfected at the beginning and end of the service. Disinfecting processes are based on CDC guidelines.
  • All Jesus Kids staff will wear a mask that covers their mouth and nose during check-in and check-out. 
  • Jesus Kids staff are not required to wear masks during ministering and caring for children in the rooms.
  • Children that show visible symptoms such as cough, runny nose, fever will not be allowed to attend the nursery.

Parent Drop-Off/Pick-up

  • Hand hygiene stations will be set up at the entrance of the room so that children can clean their hands before they enter.
  • Children will be screened upon arrival for active symptoms. 
  • Temperature Screening will be required. Children who have a fever of 100.4 or above or other signs of illness will not be admitted into the nursery.
  • Parents will remain outside the nursery when picking up and dropping off children.
  • We encourage parents to social distance 6 feet apart while waiting in line.

Holding & Diapering

  • Diapering: Hands will be washed before and after diapering
  • Diapering: Gloves will be worn by staff during diapering children
  • Diapering: Diapering area will be disinfected with a fragrance-free bleach that is EPA-registered as a sanitizing or disinfecting solution.

Healthy Hand Hygiene Behavior

  • All children and staff will engage in hand hygiene at the following time: Arrival to the facility and upon returning
  • Children are supervised when they use hand sanitizer to prevent swallowing alcohol
  • Before and after preparing food or drinks
  • Before and after eating or handling food, or feeding children
  • Before and after diapering
  • After using the toilet or helping a child use the bathroom
  • After coming in contact with bodily fluid
  • Hands will be washed with soap if available for at least 20 seconds. If hands are not visibly dirty, alcohol-based hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol can be used if soap and water are not available.