Primrose School of Natick

The health and safety of our staff and the children entrusted to our care is our top priority. We are proud to maintain high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.

Health & Safety Practices in Place

In consultation with the Board of Health and our school’s Healthcare Consultant, we have met or exceeded the health & safety recommendations issued by the Department of Early Education & Care. Current protocols as of June 2022 include but are not limited to

  • Our school is equipped with an air purification system from Global Plasma Solutions that fights airborne viruses and provides safer, cleaner air.
  • Parents complete a digital health screening and daily attestation for their child(ren) each day and scan a QR code for contactless drop off and pick up.
  • Students, faculty and staff that display symptoms of illness must be cleared by a medical professional and provide a doctor’s note to return to school.
  • Each classroom has a dedicated playground space and schedule to allow for more time outdoors. 
  • Frequent handwashing by children and staff is embedded in our curriculum and daily protocols.
  • Face masks are encouraged for students and staff based on CDC guidance.
  • Faculty members participate in weekly PCR surveillance testing; faculty and students over the age of 2 (with parental consent) participate in symptomatic rapid testing.
  • Faculty members are trained on identifying common signs of illness in children, and there is signage in every classroom to keep signs of illness top of mind.

Our Commitment

With a clear appreciation of the trust you place in us, we are committed to following the stringent Primrose health and safety protocols, and ensuring our school meets or exceeds the guidelines from local and state officials.

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