COVID-19 — also called the coronavirus — is having a huge impact on Connecticut families and child care providers. While the situation is changing constantly, the Office of Early Childhood (OEC) remains focused on keeping children safe and supporting their families and providers.
DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HEALTH EMERGENCY, EFFECTIVE MARCH 18, 2020, ALL TOWN BUILDINGS WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ANY ISSUES THAT REQUIRE A PERSONAL MEETING WILL BE MADE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. PLEASE CALL 203-239-5321 TO HAVE YOUR CALL DIRECTED TO THE APPROPRIATE DEPARTMENT. THANK YOU.
Stay informed about coronavirus (COVID-19): Governor Lamont is telling Connecticut residents to "Stay Safe, Stay Home." All nonessential workers are directed to work from home, and social and recreational gatherings of more than five are prohibited. All previously enacted executive orders on all closures, distancing, and safety measures have been extended through at least May 20.
As always the health and well being of our children is of our utmost concern. With all of the information in the news regarding the Coronavirus, I am attaching a statement and information from the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health. As a licensed day care provider (nursery schools fall under this category for licensing), we must follow all of their regulations and recommendations. At this time, this information has been provided. If anything should change and are program needs to be changed, we will notify you immediately. Please let me know if you have any questions and take some time to review this informative document. In addition, please pray for those affected by this virus and those caring for them. In God's Peace,