What’s New In and Around CCB

In light of recent events we have been keeping our families and staff in the loop as information changes and we get more communications about how to best handle ourselves during this uncertain time. PLEASE reach out to the business office if you are a part of the CCB community and HAVE NOT signed up for our emergency alert texting service. 

Click HERE for a message from the National Association for the Education for the Young on COVID-19.

Monroe County has started a webpage to keep residents up-to-date on COVID-19. 

Click here to visit the webpage.

Get ready for the book fair! Starting March 31st, the book fair will be open in the CCB2 gym during pick up and drop off time. You are encouraged to stop by and pick out a book between 7:45a-8:45a and 4:45p-5:45p. 

The Art Hour was amazing as always! A big thank you to Art Barb for putting together fun stations for all age groups and creative mediums for our budding artists. We have added a slideshow below! 

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced recalls of more than 165,000 inclined sleepers. Please check the link below for more information:

https://www.cpsc.gov/Newsroom/News-Releases/2020/CPSC-Announces-Recalls-of-More-Than-165000-Inclined-Sleepers-To-Prevent-Risk-of-Suffocation-4-Companies-Conducting-the-Recalls

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is a one stop shop to get all your recall and safety information. While we try to keep you updated with the recalls we find that could apply to our families, there are many we do not post on our website. In order to stay up-to-date with all recalls, check out the link below. You can also gave recalls emailed to you from CPSC. 

https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls

CCB has a new flu policy, please check it out below and be sure to follow these guidelines as needed:

After much consulting with CCB’s pediatric consultant, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Center for Disease Control and medical professionals, we have designed a policy for inclusion and exclusion of children with the flu.

The goal of this policy is to keep the spread of the flu to a minimum, reducing exposure to our population where this illness can be potentially dangerous to children in the early childhood community AND not put and undue burden on families to find alternative care. Based upon these guidelines and recommendations, your child will be excluded from the classroom with flu like symptoms and fevers exceeding 101 degrees.

 He/she may return to CCB 5 – 7 days from symptom onset, fever-free and un- medicated, for 24 hours and able to participate with his/her typical temperament. Thank you for your understanding in helping to keep our school as flu free as possible.

Check out our upcoming events HERE!


The Children’s Center of Brighton is licensed by the State of New York, www.OCFS.state.ny.us
and accredited by Pathways National Early Education and Care Accreditation, www.childrensinstitute.net/pathways