COVID-19 Safety Procedures

At The Foundations School, health and safety are a top priority. Our guidelines and practices follow local, state, and national safety guidelines, as well as those implemented by the CDC.

At this time, nonessential staff will not be allowed in the facility.


We are committed to outbreak prevention, response and recovery!

Center for Creative Education, which houses The Foundations School, is an accredited GBAC STAR facility.


GBAC STAR is the gold standard of prepared facilities, and this accreditation means that our facility is committed to ensuring a clean, safe, and healthy environment for our students, employees, and visitors.

Attendance / Sick Policy

Before the start of each school day, students’ temperatures will be taken. Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms must stay at home.


Everyone in the building will be required to wear masks. While The Foundations School will have an extra supply of masks, students must bring their own masks.


Daily, frequent cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched surfaces will be performed between each use and at the end of each day. The facility undergoes nightly sanitation as provided by the contracted cleaning company.

Social Contract

We ask that families commit to safety precautions in their home lives in order to protect the wider school community and allow for the school to remain open for all. We have taken the Palm Beaches Pledge to show our commitment to your health & safety.

Health Screening

All students and families will be required to answer screening questions related to COVID-19 before they can begin the school year.

Handwashing & Hand Sanitation

Hand sanitizers will be accessible in each classroom. In addition, students will partake in handwashing sessions throughout the school day.

Social Distancing

Pick-up and Drop-off will be conducted outside of the facility. Inside of the building, floors are marked to show proper distancing.

Cohort Grouping

Classes (Cohort Groupings) at The Foundations School have been separated by age and limited to no more than a 8:1 (student to teacher) ratio. Cohorts do not mix and are provided their own bathrooms to help minimize cross-contamination.

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How will you manage the mask requirement and social distancing with young children?

We will manage masks and social distancing in all the delightful ways we know how. We will add mindfulness and reverence so the children can get used to the routine as much as possible. When the children need breaks, we will generously allow for spurts of outdoor time in small groups.

What is your contingency plan if the State of Florida requires the school to close its physical doors?

If the government requires a school closure or if the science and data are showing that it is not safe to remain open, we are prepared to follow the CDC guidelines for school closures.

Health and safety is a top priority. Enrollment is capped at 60 to ensure safety.