Health & Safety
We have the greatest story ever told to share every single week in Sugar Hill Kids. When you walk into the preschool and elementary space of Sugar Hill Kids, we want you to feel and know it is a safe place for your child to be loved and learn more about Jesus.
Safety & Security Policies
- Each child is checked into an electronic check-in system producing a matching parent/child security tag that is used for pick-up. Without proper parent tag, the child is not released until verification from a Sugar Hill Kids staff member.
- All Sugar Hill Kids leaders have been properly background checked.
- Sugar Hill Kids leaders are trained in emergency procedures including fire, weather, and lockdown.
- We ask that parents, grandparents, or family friends remain outside of the classroom during drop-off/pick-up to ensure safety of the other children in the classroom.
- Allergy alert signs are posted outside of classroom doors when children are tasting, touching, or smelling certain items.
- To avoid allergic reactions, preschool children have morning snack approved by the Kids Ministry Office.
- Our media release allows parents to protect their child by opting out of posting pictures on any of our social media platforms – just email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
- A uniformed officer assists our security team and is located between preschool and elementary areas each week.
We want to keep your child—and the children of other families—healthy and happy. Please look over our Well-Child Health Policy below when determining if you should bring your child to his/her ministry program.
A sick child may have one or more of the following symptoms:
- A fever over 99.6 degrees currently or for the last 24 hours
- Vomiting or diarrhea currently or for the last 24 hours
- Runny nose with a thick, colored mucus
- Unexplained rashes
- Skin infections (impetigo, boils or ringworms)
- Eye infections
- Childhood diseases such as chicken pox, mumps, measles, rubella, pertussis or scarlet fever.
If a child currently has any of the above symptoms, the leader will not be able to accept the child into the classroom. If a child develops any of the above symptoms while in our care, we will ask you to come and get him/her.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and will help protect the health of all of our children.