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In light of recent events, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is sweeping across the nation causing wide-spread closures. Schools are extending their spring breaks by additional weeks, and big events are canceling. We understand that as a daycare facility, you will soon see a rise in attendance of your students. Although we can’t know for certain which ISDs have been closed for additional weeks or months, we are aware that the attendance count for lunch will increase drastically. TDA will not disallow any school age child you claim for lunch during these days.
During this time, your food and milk purchases will increase. If you are unable to find an important food component, such as milk, you are instructed to document the date, store location or vendor, and the food component you are trying to purchase. Visit our waiver request and fill in your facility name, and submit it to PCCPA through fax, email, or the File Cabinet. This will ensure that your meal can still be reimbursable. PCCPA is keeping up-to-date with USDA and TDA’s waivers and rulings during these times.
Practice Proper Hygiene
Considering the upcoming surge of attendance to your daycare facility, we suggest you take this opportunity to teach your daycare children about practicing proper hygiene to help prevent the spread of the virus. Here are ten ideas to use:
Do not use hand sanitizers!
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