Imagination Station

Coronavirus Pandemic

Imagination Station is happy to announce that we will re-open on Monday, June 1, 2020. We want to reassure parents / guardians that the safety of your child, your family and our staff is of the upmost importance to us. We will be strictly following the State and CDC guidelines for childcare. We will have reduced group sizes, children will eat in their classroom as opposed to sharing the cafeteria with other classes. Children will have playground and muscle room time as individual classes. Rigorous cleaning will take place during the day before and after use of toys, tables, chairs, climbers etc... Handwashing will be a priority throughout the day. 

In addition, for the time being we will have a new drop-off and pick-up policy as outlined below:

  •  entrance to the center will be through the front door ONLY
  • parking will be permitted in front and around circle. Please do not park so as to disrupt the flow of traffic through the center. Please be considerate of those arriving before you should it be raining and families are waiting in their cars (first come / first serve courtesy)
  • families waiting on sidewalk should maintain a 6' distance
  • we are requesting that the person bringing the child wear a mask as a consideration for our staff. Our staff will wear masks at drop-off and pick-up but will not be required to wear one during the day in classroom.
  • parents will be permitted into the vestibule and no further
    • only one family at a time will be allowed in the vestibule
    • sign-in/out sheet, TAP system and tuition box will located at the front window
  • the child's temperature will be taken (100 degrees or higher is no admit)
  • the child will say goodbye in vestibule and be taken to class by a staff member
    • the child's hands will be washed upon entering the classroom
  • It is recommended that you allow additional time in the morning in case there are several families waiting to drop off.
  • At pick-up, again one family at a time in the vestibule. You will sign your child out and a staff member will bring you your child.
    With summer in full swing, we realize that families may be traveling for vacations.
    With COVID19 still very active across the country, we request that if you’re traveling outside of the state of Ohio that you wait 2 weeks after your return to bring your child back to the daycare.
    We are dedicated to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all children and their families.
    Please advise the office if you will traveling outside of the state regardless of whether you will be quarantining from the day care.
    Due to the high demand and limited spaces available we will be unable to issue a credit if a child does not attend. We ask this as a courtesy to all of our families.

Stay Safe! Stay Healthy!