We will maintain child and staff areas according to individual environmental health needs. For example, when we cared for a child with a severe sun allergy, we had our windows covered with UV-filtering film. We solicit allergy information from our teaching staff via the Staff Emergency Information Form, and the Staff Health Assessment form, where staff can identify allergies or special health needs and have their health professionals make recommendations to us. We also request this information from parents regarding their children, when parents have the Medical Record and Health Care Summary completed by their health care provider. As part of St. Cloud State University, we are governed by their AWAIR Workplace Accident and Injury Reduction efforts, which comply with respiratory protection programs and indoor air quality.
As stated earlier, we do not allow tree nuts or peanut butter into our center.