Updated Health & Safety Procedures
As always, we put safety first to protect our families and staff.
The health and safety of your child has never been more top-of-mind for you, and for us. Rest assured, when your child is in our program (pandemic or not) all EDPC teachers and staff are trained on health and safety practices we’ve developed to set a new standard in child care.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to follow the latest guidance from medical advisors, state and local health departments, and the CDC.
To learn more about what to expect at your location, contact your center director. The center director will be able to share the most current and accurate community-specific guidelines regarding daily drop-off and pick-up, masking, quarantining, and more.
Find current news and resources about getting your family vaccinated against COVID-19.
Still need your vaccine? Curious about vaccines for kids? Find vaccination resources by Mass State.
Know when to keep your child home from child care.
Stay home if you’re sick. If your child has felt unwell or displayed symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that all household members stay home until they’ve been symptom-free without medication for at least 24 hours. Classrooms will only be open to teachers and students who are well. Currently, we ask families to help us lower exposure in our centers by remaining outside the classrooms.