Wellness Policy

Because certain symptoms could be symptoms of infectious or communicable diseases, children will not be allowed to attend if they have had any of the following within 24 hours of check-in; including but not limited to: Fever of 101 degrees or more; Vomiting; Diarrhea; Unexplainable Rash; Pinkeye, or discharge from the eye(s); Lice; Sore Throat.

If you know your child is sick, please do not medicate and bring your child to TLRS. It is not fair to the other students, staff and your child.
If we all do what is right, even if it is inconvient, we will be able to keep sickness to a minimum at TLRS.

In the event that your child shows any of the above symptoms while they are at TLRS, you will be contacted and asked to pick up your child, or to arrange for authorized transportation for your child, within one (1) hour of being called. Children are made comfortable until picked up.

One hour is enforced to minimize the risk to other children.

TLRS will notify parents if we believe that your child has been exposed to a reportable infectious or communicable disease. During the month a notice of all reported illnesses at the center are posted in the front lobby.


In order for TLRS to dispense medication, parents are required to fill out and meet all requirements on the Medication Authorization Form, and have it approved by the Director.

Leave the medication with your child's teacher labeled with your child's name.

Medication will be stored in a locked container or in the refrigerator as required.

All prescription medication must be in its original container prescribed to child's name.

Anything given orally constitutes a medication and therefore must meet these guidelines (including teething tablets and gels and gas drops).

TLRS records the date, times, dosages, as well as any adverse reactions that may occur when medication is dispensed.

Emergency First Aid will be administered as necessary.