Health & Allergy Concerns
One aspect of keeping children safe is to be aware of any medical problems a child has, including allergies. If your child has an allergy concern, read the allergy policy and fill out the Detailed Health Form. If necessary, fill out the Epinephrine Injector Administration Permission Form.
Kid's Quest is a peanut and tree nut free zone!
If you would like to enroll a child who needs special assistance, Kid’s Quest asks that you accompany your child during your first visit and fill out the intake form to provide Kid’s Quest with essential information to understand and assist your child.
If you have a child with a custody concern, communicate this with us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and remind leaders weekly at the classroom door.
To keep a healthy environment for all children, please keep children home if they have any of the following symptoms:
- A fever greater than 99.0 or within the last 24 hours
- Uncontrolled cough or sore throat
- Runny nose with any colored discharge
- Questionable rashes, impetigo, ringworm or mouth sores
- Diarrhea or vomiting currently or within the last 24 hours
- Active chicken pox, measles, or mumps
- Head lice
- Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
- Difficulty breathing or wheezing
- Severe itching
During an emergency evacuation, everyone must evacuate the building. Immediately exit and do not attempt to retrieve your children. Children are escorted by their leaders. Once emergency personnel have given the all clear, children can be checked out.