We hold dear all individuals and families affected by COVID-19. As CT is no longer considered in “a state of emergency” with COVID, we are re-assessing how we can safely bring our community back together in ways that we’ve missed during the pandemic. We will continue to closely monitor announcements made by public health officials and to adjust our policies as recommendations evolve. Below are details of how we are planning to move forward based on the most current information. We will email enrolled families with significant updates that affect your programs. In the meantime, please check this page for periodic updates.
What policies are in place to safeguard children from COVID-19?
Policies for current programs are below and a link to this page will be sent in your confirmation email when you register. These are subject to change depending on evolving recommendations from state and federal health officials. Please contact Kevin@twocoyotes.org with any questions.
Basic protocols include:
> No masks required. If we go inside due to the weather, masks are optional for adults and children. We suggest packing a few masks in your child’s backpack in case they are needed.
> Individuals are encouraged to keep 3 foot distance, especially while eating.
> We have hand sanitizer available for before & after eating, high contact games, or using the bathroom, and to clean shared items or high touch surfaces.
> We follow CDC guidelines around quarantine and isolation.
What will you do if you find out a child or staff member is diagnosed with COVID-19?
We will notify families of children that may have been in contact with that person.
Is there a way that I can support Two Coyotes at this time?
Yes! Our team is incredibly grateful for all who have sent words of encouragement and concern, and donations that have kept our staff and the organization stable. Your donations, along with federal support, have enabled our team to keep our mission alive in new, safe formats since the start of this pandemic.
You can make a gift today to help ensure the long-term financial stability of Two Coyotes. You can also provide scholarships so that no child is turned away from a program this year. Make a donation here.
Updated December 20, 2022.