Trinity Presbyterian Church, Montgomery
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Nursery and Childcare
Our goal at the Trinity nursery is to provide a safe, nurturing environment where every child and parent sees the love of God in the people who care for them. If you are new to Trinity or just have questions about our child care here, please contact Stacy Hamilton, Director of Children's Ministries, at 334-262-3892 or email@example.com. We are here to provide a safe and secure place for your babies and toddlers!
We have a fully staffed nursery for children birth through two years old. The nursery is open thirty minutes prior to each service or function. Reservations are not necessary for Sunday or Midweek services but may be required for special functions. For reservations call Ann Oakley at 262-3892.
We have a security system in place for our nursery. Prior to employment all nursery workers have submitted to a screening by the Department of Human Resources and the Alabama Bureau of Investigation. We employ a two adult rule for all nursery and children's Sunday School Classes so that there are at least two adults in each classroom. In addition, we have an interior security camera system. All items belonging to children should be properly labeled, and the parents will fill out a sign in sheet. This information will allow us to find the parents if there is an emergency, as well as to convey important instructions to the nursery workers. For the safety of your child, the childcare providers cannot be responsible for special instructions unless they are in writing and hand delivered to the Nursery Director or the Director of Children's Ministries.
Well Child Policy
We're Sorry You're Sick! Since we all want the healthiest environment possible for your child, we make many efforts to keep the nursery clean and germ free. All smocks, sheets and blankets are washed after each use. Toys are disinfected daily and many times on Sundays. Counters, floors, and tables are scrubbed regularly. Carpets are vacuumed daily and shampooed on a regular basis. Workers are trained to wash their hands continually to aid in preventing the spreading of germs.
You have a role to play in keeping our center a healthy place to bring your child. If your child is not well, please refrain from bringing him/her to the nursery. A well child has:
If your child currently has any of the above symptoms, we will not be able to accept him/her into the nursery. If a child develops any of the above symptoms while in our care, we will ask you to come and get him/her.