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PSP Coping Webinar: Returning to Childcare, What Families Should Know @ 7:00pm
Please join PSP and Vivvi
on Tuesday, August 4th at 7:00pm for a PSP Coping Webinar: Healthy and Safe Together: What Families Should Know Before Returning to Childcare and Learning.
What are the best practices for bringing your child back to daycare or preschool? This free webinar will go in depth on health and safety plans for going back to care and learning built with guidance from New York Presbyterian Hospital systems, the DOH, and CDC.
What: Healthy and Safe Together Webinar
When: Tuesday, August 4th
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
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Charlie Bonello and Ben Newton, Co-Founders of Vivvi
- Provide in depth coverage on new procedures and responsibilities for families.
- Share a checklist you can use to assess your own daycare or school's plan.
- Discuss best practices they learned while serving first responder families in partnership with NYP Hospital Network.
- Facilitate a Q&A with attendees from their perspective as experts in early childhood education
Vivvi provides best-in-class early education for children ages six weeks to five years, with unrivaled flexibility and leading health and safety for today’s families. Our inquiry-based curriculum is facilitated by warm, experienced teachers in bright, open spaces that let children make big connections to the growing world around them. We have two campuses in Manhattan—TriBeCa (reopening Aug 3rd) and World Trade Center (reopening Sept 8th), and are opening soon in Hudson Yards.
Tuesday, August 4, 2020, 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
General Parenting Event