School Closing Early
School Delayed Open
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Noah’s Ark Update "The COVID-19 Virus"
With Prayers and trying to figure things out. “We are praying for all impacted by the virus as we work through our options for continued services to our clients”
It appears our area is in the acceleration phase of COVID-19 Pandemic. Our commitment is to continue to provide a valued service that keeps children engaged, safe and healthy. When going through situations such as this, Noah’s Ark will continue to make decisions that we feel will insure the safety and respect for our children and their families.
Looking ahead as the situation evolves, there is a very good chance Noah’s Ark will close. We will communicate as soon as any decision is made in reference to any of our services. Our main path of communication is this, MailChimp, and our website. As a part of our protocols we have accelerated all disinfecting procedures and instituted additional preventative measures for the spread of the virus. We are currently rescheduling field trips and lunch locations away from large venues such as museums and buffets. Activities in locations such as bounce houses will also be avoided.
If we are open and schools close, we are limiting our program to only 50 children. If anyone in your family shows signs of a virus, your child cannot come to camp. The best place for them is home. Thank you for understanding and we are sorry that we cannot take the risk.
If you are already registered for camp, you are guaranteed a spot which means if we have 20 registered for camp, only 30 more can sign up for camp. There will be no exceptions. If the schools close and for some reason your child will not attend, please let us know as soon as possible so we can allow another child to come.
During this time our cancellation policy is revised. If you need to cancel please do it as soon as you can and there will be no payment due for service. We want to help all during this time of need.
Noah’s Ark will continue to try to provide the best possible care for your children being good stewards of what God has given us. Our most valuable tool to fight this is prayer.
Thank you in advance for your patience as we steer through this challenging situation one day at a time with the greatest of regard for you and all the families we serve.
Grace and Peace,
Bill Walker, President
Noah’s Ark Childcare Services, Inc.