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Vision and Hearing Screenings

Vision and hear screenings are exams that are done annually with our preschool students. Although these screenings are not used to formulate a diagnosis, they are helpful in identifying children who may need a referral to an eye doctor or a hearing specialist. If an abnormal screening is found, parents will be notified and information


Our COVID-19 Response It is our goal to keep every child, staff member, and the families of our community safe from all illness, including COVID-19. We have taken great initiative to reflect this in our policies, procedures and our Health and Safety Plan. At Bright Beginnings, we strive to implement best practice guidance related to

Dental Exam

Dental Exams are crucial to keep your child’s oral health in check. In Pennsylvania, children are required for school to have a dental exam upon entry to kindergarten, 3rd grade, and 6th grade. For the Pre-K counts program, an annual dental exam is required. The dental exam form is accessible by clicking below. Please let

Physical Exam

The form below is the form we require all physical exams to be completed on, which does include children of school age. If you have any questions, please let us know. See below for Physical Exam requirements: For preschool: A physical exam is required yearly for preschool children For infants and young toddlers: A physical

Medication Administration

Medications can be given in the childcare and preschool/school age setting as necessary. A registered nurse is on staff daily to provide this service, and if unavailable, a trained staff member will administer medication as needed. Medications that are given daily should be given at home, and medications that are twice a day should also

Illness Survey

Regardless of COVID-19, students who are ill should not attend school or childcare. The survey link below is sent directly to the school nurse after completed. The survey will allow the nurse to understand what symptoms your child is having. Allow for 24 hours for response. A child who is sick should wait until they

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