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Babysitter Safety Training

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School-Age Girl Holding Toddler
When Parents entrust their most treasured gifts to a babysitter, remember that they will feel more secure and will be more likely to hire someone who has taken a Babysitter Safety Training Course.  Kids who are trained in Babysitter Safety will have more confidence in dealing with the challenges that may face them while caring for children of all ages and stages, from accidents to tantrums. 

Kids will receive a certificate for this training . 

All participants must wear a mask and bring a pen and a doll or stuffed animal for diapering and choking rescue practice.
Recreation Programming COVID Guidelines/Directives Per the Kingston Board of Health:
The Interim Health Agent recommends that the Recreation Department mirror the public schools regarding COVID-19 and mask mandate.  Below are the latest CDC recommendations.
CDC Recommendation:
Given new evidence on the B.1.617.2 (Delta) variant, CDC has updated the guidance for fully vaccinated people. CDC recommends universal indoor masking for all teachers, instructors, and staff and  K-12 participants, regardless of vaccination status.
Therefore, children will be required to wear masks for all indoor programming.
At this time, programming for adults continues as previously indicated with unvaccinated adults wearing masks, and vaccinated adults not required to wear masks.







Babysitter Safety
  • Program runs for 2 Wednesdays-Sept. 22 & Sept. 29th

* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

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