Doing the right things, and writing them down
Going further than federal and state requirements makes before and after school and summer camp programs health policy uniquely Cheney’s
Sometimes the best policy is just to make sure you have a policy.
And in writing is even better.
That’s part of the impetus behind Cheney Parks and Recreation’s Childcare Health Policy, which addresses how staff will work with area children ages 5-12 enrolled in the city’s before and after school programs and summer day camps. The other part is since the city will be working with these kids during extended periods of their formative years, it makes sense to try to impart some good habits and practices that could affect them down the road.
“We wanted to make sure it was well thought...
For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.