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Thursday March 4, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM    Home Alone - Staying Safe - Home Alone Staying Safe
"Home Alone Staying Safe" prepares kids to handle most home alone situations, from an unexpected knock on the door to an emergency 911 call.  It also covers food/kitchen safety, choking prevention and Heimlich Maneuver, basic first aid, handling emergencies, fears, and safety to and from school, and self - defense techniques.  This dynamic and interactive class is serious business - made fun!Class 1 will focus on Street smarts and Awareness; Class 2 will focus on Home Alone Safety.Due to the pandemic, we will not be doing any interactive, close contact activities but will be demonstrating all safety measures.Please send your child with a pencil and mask, that must be worn during class.Do Not Come To The Building/Program If:You or anyone in your family have a feverYou or anyone in your family have flu like symptoms; a cough, sore throat, sneezing, wheezing, shortness of breath or trouble breathingYou or anyone in your family has been in contact with a suspected or confirmed COVID patientGeneral Guidelines:  with adherance to the updated State Guidelines on November, 2, 2020 -Standards for Recreational Activities in Phase III, Step 1 Participants/Instructors must wear a mask at all times in the building Facial coverings/Masks must be worn at all times – this includes while engaged in any activity; includes all instructors and participants Maintain social distancing of at least 6’ when moving about the building; and wear masks
 
Thursday March 11, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM    Home Alone - Staying Safe - Home Alone Staying Safe
"Home Alone Staying Safe" prepares kids to handle most home alone situations, from an unexpected knock on the door to an emergency 911 call.  It also covers food/kitchen safety, choking prevention and Heimlich Maneuver, basic first aid, handling emergencies, fears, and safety to and from school, and self - defense techniques.  This dynamic and interactive class is serious business - made fun!Class 1 will focus on Street smarts and Awareness; Class 2 will focus on Home Alone Safety.Due to the pandemic, we will not be doing any interactive, close contact activities but will be demonstrating all safety measures.Please send your child with a pencil and mask, that must be worn during class.Do Not Come To The Building/Program If:You or anyone in your family have a feverYou or anyone in your family have flu like symptoms; a cough, sore throat, sneezing, wheezing, shortness of breath or trouble breathingYou or anyone in your family has been in contact with a suspected or confirmed COVID patientGeneral Guidelines:  with adherance to the updated State Guidelines on November, 2, 2020 -Standards for Recreational Activities in Phase III, Step 1 Participants/Instructors must wear a mask at all times in the building Facial coverings/Masks must be worn at all times – this includes while engaged in any activity; includes all instructors and participants Maintain social distancing of at least 6’ when moving about the building; and wear masks
 
Wednesday March 24, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM    Babysitter Safety Training - Babysitter Safety Training
When Parents entrust their most treasured gifts to a babysitter, remember that they will feel more secure and will be more likely to hire someone who has taken a Babysitter Safety Training Course.  Kids who are trained in Babysitter Safety will have more confidence in dealing with the challenges that may face them while caring for children of all ages and stages, from accidents to tantrums.  All participants must wear a mask and bring a pen and a doll or stuffed animal for diapering and choking rescue practice.Kids will receive a certificate for this training.  Do Not Come To The Building/Program If:You or anyone in your family have a feverYou or anyone in your family have flu like symptoms; a cough, sore throat, sneezing, wheezing, shortness of breath or trouble breathingYou or anyone in your family has been in contact with a suspected or confirmed COVID patientGeneral Guidelines:  with adherance to the updated State Guidelines on November, 2, 2020 -Standards for Recreational Activities in Phase III, Step 1 Participants/Instructors must wear a mask at all times in the building Facial coverings/Masks must be worn at all times – this includes while engaged in any activity; includes all instructors and participants Maintain social distancing of at least 6’ when moving about the building; and wear masks
 
Wednesday March 31, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM    Babysitter Safety Training - Babysitter Safety Training
When Parents entrust their most treasured gifts to a babysitter, remember that they will feel more secure and will be more likely to hire someone who has taken a Babysitter Safety Training Course.  Kids who are trained in Babysitter Safety will have more confidence in dealing with the challenges that may face them while caring for children of all ages and stages, from accidents to tantrums.  All participants must wear a mask and bring a pen and a doll or stuffed animal for diapering and choking rescue practice.Kids will receive a certificate for this training.  Do Not Come To The Building/Program If:You or anyone in your family have a feverYou or anyone in your family have flu like symptoms; a cough, sore throat, sneezing, wheezing, shortness of breath or trouble breathingYou or anyone in your family has been in contact with a suspected or confirmed COVID patientGeneral Guidelines:  with adherance to the updated State Guidelines on November, 2, 2020 -Standards for Recreational Activities in Phase III, Step 1 Participants/Instructors must wear a mask at all times in the building Facial coverings/Masks must be worn at all times – this includes while engaged in any activity; includes all instructors and participants Maintain social distancing of at least 6’ when moving about the building; and wear masks