August 27, 2020
We appreciate your patience as we have collaborated with various groups of professionals to make the best decisions for the 2020-21 school year. We are grateful for the continued support of each of our Wee Wuns families, and we are eager to welcome your children back on September 14th!
We recognize that this has been a time of uncertainty for many of you. We have carefully considered the physical health and emotional well-being of our students. We have also carefully considered the need to uphold our mission to provide an opportunity for children to work, play and learn in a safe, nurturing Christian environment. We will continue to make Wee Wuns a place where kids have fun, absorb knowledge and most importantly know that they are loved by our staff and by God!
Thank you for taking the time to familiarize yourself with our Reopening Plan, Policies and Procedures. We had hoped to have this information to you sooner, but as we began delving into the process, we knew we needed more time to collaborate with professionals in order to make decisions in the best interest of our kids. Wee Wuns students are resilient! We are confident that they will quickly grow accustomed to seeing staff wearing a facemask, washing their hands more often and other small changes that have been made.
If you would like a hard copy of the PDF document found in the link below, your child’s teacher will have one for you during your classroom visit.
Wee Wuns Weekday Ministries is, and will continue to, actively assess and implement protocols needed to maintain the safety and health of our children, families and staff as we return to school and program activities. The following policies and procedures are in place throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. These policies are based on guidelines and recommendations from Texas Health and Human Services, local health officials, state licensing agencies and the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The Wee Wuns Board and/or administration may adjust these policies as needed based on changes in pandemic conditions or updates from local officials.