Activities require physical distancing, Rotations will ensure same groups remain together and don’t intermix and the number of individuals allowed in specific areas may be limited to maintain physical distancing.
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Programs have been determined to have a low degree of physical contact, and would be allowed for participation in phase three. High risk individuals are advised to continue to stay home except for essential needs. Masks are required for everyone in the facility regardless of activity, expect as exempted in PHO#002-20.
Open with limit of 50 people per activity zone and maintain social distancing.
Follow scheduling practices that conform with management of guidelines and accomindate a 15 minute buffer to allow for transitioning between classes.
Fundamental cleaning and public health practices will be followed, including industry specific guidelines as provided on covid.ks.gov. Compliance with additional best practices guidance for our business sector.
Apparatuses will be disinfected before and after every morning and evening session. The parent seating area and designated area for personal belongings will be disinfected before and after every morning and evening session. Time will be made to allow for the completion of this task.
Apparatus work will be allowed but the foam pit will continue to be off limits. Equipment should not be shared when possible and will be sanitized before and after every morning and evening session.
Staff will greet child and parent at designated area and sign the child in. Personal belongings will be placed in the designated area.
Signage will be displayed encouraging hand washing/healthy practices and mask protocols. One-way signage is displayed for egress in and out of the facility. Staff should be empowered to engage patrons not in compliance by offering clarification and a mask if needed.
A maximum of one spectator per child is allowed. Physical distancing is encouraged. High risk individuals are advised to continue to stay home except for essential needs.