The Fort Bend School District and other area schools have shutdown in response to the COVID-19 outbreak until at least April 10. This has caused a serious issue for parents with essential duties, as well as many working parents who need safe, relevant and viable options for their kids during the day.
In Sugar Land a brand new preschool is offering a solution by staying open, waiving registration fees and matching FBISD rates for parents who need a place to keep their kids at this time.
"We're a family owned franchise and we want to support our community" says Harveen Wahi, one of the owners of the school. "We own and operate two Children's Lighthouse preschools and have over 5 years of experience running a successful child care and educational facility," says Glenice Saldanha, the other owner of the school.
"We have a brand new building with excellent facilities for study and play and parents can be assured that their kids can have a balanced supervised focus on school work as well as play. With the school districts being closed, there is a definite need for meaningful education options for the community and parents who need to go to work," says Wahi.
The staff work diligently following CDC and Childcare Licensing guidelines to ensure that the kids stay safe and healthy. They are also limiting the classroom size to 10 students only.
"We have the The ZONO Ozone Sanitizing system that we are using to disinfect and sanitize twice daily," says Wahi. "While we're teaching our kids how to maintain healthful habits and we are also making sure they're healthy before they come in."
They have limited spots available at this time. Please call 281-207-6845 to get more details.