Kids' HYBRID LEARNING
A combination of academic support combined with Impact Kids' Club notoriously fun day camp.
A lot of schools all over the Front Range are doing different things. A few days in class here, a few zoom class meetings there. A lot of moving parts!
Bring your kids and we'll help them get the work they have done, and the rest of the day will be spent as a standard Kids' Club day, full of all the fun activities you know and love!
The health and safety of our families and staff is our greatest concern and we do not take this manner lightly. We also realize this a very uncertain and stressful time for everyone as the school year approaches. We feel Impact Kids Club can provide a unique opportunity to our community in our large, state of the art facility. The facility allows children the ability to spread out when they are not in their learning pods. Impact Kids Club hybrid learning goal is to meet the needs of all children during this stressful time. We will offer a combination of remote learning with a mentor, physical activity, introduction to a variety of sports, social emotional health and much more. We have an amazing and highly qualified staff to assist kids in all learning and activities throughout the day. Impact Kids Club will be following all guidance from state and local officials as well as the Health Department. Our ultimate goal is to remain open, provide services in the safest manner possible and make our families feel comfortable during that process. Outlined below is our plan and protocols that will be implemented for reopening. We will be operating following all of the guidelines provided to us from our Colorado child care licensing specialists along with state and local officials and CDPHE.
COVID 19 Guidlines:
Maintaining a less than 1:15 ratio in all licensed areas of the facility while practicing social distancing.
Limiting the interaction of groups and staff when possible. Each staff member will remain with their group of children throughout the day.
Utilizing a curbside check-in and checkout process, which will limit the adult contact with others and also with shared supplies (pens, door handles, etc.)
All temperatures will be taken upon arrival and before allowed entry into the childcare setting (staff and children). 100.4 degrees is considered a fever per the CDPHE and will not be allowed into the building.
All staff or volunteers over the age of 11 will be required to wear a mask or face covering while in the building, per state mandate.
Sanitation and proper disinfecting will be performed during the day of shared items and surfaces.
Professional cleaning and disinfecting will be performed at the end of each day on all shared items and surfaces.
Any child or staff member showing signs or symptoms of sickness while at the facility will be quarantined and sent home as soon as a parent/guardian is able to pick them up.
If any person who has been in the facility tests positive for Covid19, it will be reported to Boulder County Health and they will advise for the next steps to be taken.
Daily records will be kept in the childcare noting who children and staff may have come in contact with.
Proper and frequent handwashing will be implemented and supervised when possible.
Groups will stay together during lunchtime and will maintain proper distancing
Children participating in Kids Club Hybrid Learning must be enrolled in school K-8 grade during the 2020-2021 school year.
DATES / HOURS OF OPERATION
Kids Club Hybrid learning will operate from August 24th and will continue until school is 100% in person learning.
Monday 8:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.
Impact Kids Club Afterschool program hours are:
Monday - Friday from 3:00 pm - 6:00pm
Membership options only (1-2 days or 3-5 days options)