Wellness Policy for Children's Ministry
Mom and dad, please help us as we work together to keep our families and children safe by adhering to our Wellness Policy when attending Children’s Ministry (CM).
SYMPTOMS TO CHECK:

According to the
Centers for Disease Control, these are the symptoms to look for regarding COVID in children.
  • Fever or chills (temperature above 100.4°F)
  • Cough
  • Congestion or Running nose
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea or Vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Muscle or body aches


IF YOUR CHILD HAS:

  • a positive COVID diagnosis
    • Your child will be unable to participate in any CM activities until he or she has been symptom-free (including fever-free without fever-reducing medication) for 10 days or has been released by a physician to return to normal activity AND has been symptom-free for 72 hours.
    • We ask that you report a positive COVID diagnosis to a CM staff member if your child attended church within the last 10 days, so we can notify the parents of children who have been in contact with your child. Please note, that for privacy concerns, notifications will not include your child’s personal information.
  • a positive COVID diagnosis in the immediate family
    • Please do not bring your children until all members of your immediate family have been symptom-free (including fever-free without fever-reducing medication) for 10 days or have been released by a physician to return to normal activity AND been symptom-free for 72 hours.
  • a positive COVID diagnosis was reported and your child has been in contact with them during CM
    • We will notify the parents/guardians of all children that were in contact with the child/adult diagnosed. Please note, that for privacy concerns, notifications will not include the child’s personal information.
    • Please watch your child closely for the development of symptoms.
  • had a known exposure to COVID
    • Please stay home and watch your child closely for the development of symptoms.