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1401 Froesel Drive, Ellisville, MO 63011 · Phone 636.891.6644 · info@prcommunityed.org

Health and Safety Procedures

​Health and Safety is Our Priority

The safety of participants and staff is our primary concern. Our programs will adhere to guidelines from St. Louis County.  This will include the use of personal protective equipment and cleaning/sanitation supplies as required. Below is a overview of the procedures you can expect.  Please note that these procedures are subject to change based on additional guidance from St. Louis County.

  • For youth programs taking place in-person, parents will not be allowed into the building/location at drop-off/pick-up.  Staff will greet children upon arrival and bring children out at the end of the program.
  • Temperature checks and health screenings will take place each day at drop off.  Those with a temperature of 100 degrees or higher or who indicate symptoms during the health screening will not be allowed to attend until symptoms have ended and you have a doctor’s release.  
  • If a child becomes ill during the day, they must be picked up immediately.  We will have an action plan in place to safety isolate any child that becomes ill until they are picked up.  Child will not be allowed to attend until symptoms have ended and you have a doctor's release.
  • If an adult program participant becomes ill during the program, they will be required to leave immediately.  Participant will not be allowed to attend until symptoms have ended and you have a doctor's release/release from St. Louis county health department.
  • When possisble, participants will be assigned to small groups for the duration of the program.
  • When possible and where applicable, groups will be kept in separate areas and will not mix with other groups.  
  • Social distancing protocols will be put in place as much as possible. Due to the nature of some Community Ed programs, social distancing of 6 feet per person among program participants and/or program staff may not be possible.
  • Participants will wear masks in settings as required by St. Louis County and school district health and safety guidelines.  Due to the nature of our programs, there may be times that masks are not feasible.
  • Employees will wear masks in settings as required by St. Louis County and school district health and safety guidelines.  Due to the nature of our programs, there may be times that masks are not feasible.
  • When possible, extra focus will be placed on washing hands disinfecting program equipment throughout the day.
  • View full details of St. Louis County guidelines for child care programs.
  • View full details of St. Louis County guidelines for youth sports.
  • View full details of St. Louis County guidelines for pools.
  • Some Community Ed programs may have additional procedures in place based on the nature of the program.  In these instances, you will be notified of additional details prior to the start of program.
Questions? Community Ed staff can be reached via the following methods Monday-Friday​ from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. if you have any questions: