How will Bluebonnet protect my child from COVID-19?

Bluebonnet School follows rigorous guidelines to protect your child and your family. We take seriously the dangers of spreading the virus, but at the same time know that without continued attendance at school, there may be social, emotional and perhaps educational implications. Children are ready to return to their school routine and they miss the interaction with friends. For you to review, the State of Texas has issued guidance for families with children in group care. Because your health and safety is very important to us, here are some of the important protocols we are following, some beyond what the state has mandated:

  1. We are implementing social distancing strategies with smaller group sizes.

  2. We are increasing our cleaning disinfecting of rooms, restrooms, furniture.

  3. Each person’s hands must be washed with soap and water or sanitizing solution as they enter the facility.

  4. Our drop-off and pick-up has changed so that parents do not walk to the child’s room, but rather give us a call 5 minutes before arriving so that we meet your child at the door and take her to the classroom and, at the end of the day, we can bring your child to you outside the building.

  5. No one other than staff or children are allowed access to our building, unless there is a strong reason for them to enter the building.

  6. Upon arrival a temperature screening will be conducted, a temperature of 100.4 and higher will disqualify attendance and we will ask everyone these questions, if the answer is “yes” we may request that you not bring your child for 14 days to quarantine.

    • Do you have fever or signs of a respiratory infection such as a cough, shortness of breath or sore throat?
    • Have you had contact in the last 14 days with someone who has a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19, someone who is under investigation for COVID-19 or someone who is ill with a respiratory illness?
    • Have you traveled internationally within the last 14 days to countries with ongoing community transmission? See the CDC guidance.