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Parents Nursery School

Updated January 2022

COVID-19

COVID-19 has required us to make considerable adaptations to our health procedures at Parents Nursery School. Our Health and Safety committee meets regularly to discuss the latest updates & directives from Santa Clara County Public Health, which we follow. We are continuing to adjust our in-person, outdoor classes to ensure everyone’s health.

We are extremely grateful to be able to continue to be open. Notably we have entered the new year 2022 back in-person, with a 100% vaccination rate of adults, and zero COVID-19 cases in our community since the start of the pandemic. 

For a full view of the current Santa Clara directives pertaining to preschools and childcare centers follow this link. For a full view of our Healthy Policy please contact our registrar at: registrar@parentsnurseryschool.org

 

Child sitting on the train at PNS

 


January 2021 update:

COVID-19 has required us to make adaptations to our procedures. We are watchfully waiting and gathering information in order to reopen in a way that is safe for children, parents, and teachers. Please contact our Registrar for the latest information.

COVID-19 has resulted in changes at PNS for the 2020/21 school year. This year, we are offering both in-person, outdoor classes as well as an at-home virtual class. We are continuing to adjust our in-person, outdoor classes to ensure everyone’s health. We are extremely grateful to be able to continue to be open and that we have not seen any COVID-19 cases in any of our classes.

We are relieved to tell you that PNS is currently open, and, in strict accordance with all health and safety guidelines, we are running two very small in-person outdoor classes and one remote class called “PNS-at-Home.”

However, due to the pandemic, we need to reach out for additional support. Our current loss is expected to be $20,000. Because our in-person classes need to be so small, and because we are unable to have our biggest annual fundraiser – the Carnival – we are hoping you’ll consider donating to PNS as we face this year’s uncertainties.

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