Health and Safety
iLingo Academy will be licensed by the FL Department of Children and Families and therefore will be subject to quarterly, unannounced inspections.
Children will be excluded from participation in the program if they exhibit symptoms of any communicable disease. They will not be permitted to return to the program until they are no longer contagious. Guidelines for determining the contagious period for a specific illness are based on the recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Children must present a doctor’s note stating they are no longer contagious and can return to the program if they miss 3 or more days. iLingo Academy reserves the right to refuse to allow a child to return if the Director or designee believes the child to be too ill to participate in the program.
Children excluded from the program due to a fever may not return to the program until they are fever free, without fever reducing medication, for a full 24 hours. If your child is sent home due to a fever, he/she is not permitted to return to the program the following day at a minimum. A fever is defined as a temperature reading on a thermometer of at least 101 degrees Fahrenheit or more taken under the arm.
Children are required to be excluded from the program for lose bowels, diarrhea, and vomiting. Children may return to school once the child is symptom free for a full 24 hours.
Fire Drills/ Emergency Procedure
Alternate Safe Location
• Our school door remains locked throughout the day and is only accessible by a team member buzzing you in
• All of our teachers are CPR and First Aid certified, receiving recertification every 2 years
• Staff to child ratios are kept low so there is adequate supervision provided
• Our teachers are continually training on the latest early childhood research. Attending a minimum of 10 hours per year.
• All teachers have been trained on the use of a Fire Extinguisher. Extinguishers are serviced annually.
• All teachers go through an extensive level 2 background check before starting work and rescreened every 5 years this includes local and federal screenings.