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CECE Network Shares a Free Packet with Everything You Need to Know to Reopen your Preschool



Countries around the world remain at very different points of the COVID-19 pandemic, which means they face varying challenges. We know this first hand and see its effect on Shluchim and more specifically on Chabad preschools globally.


The CECE - Chabad Early Childhood Education Network has been in continuous communication with our members who are Chabad Preschool leaders and directors from around the world. We understand the complications that arise when considering reopening, and we are at the forefront, assisting and supporting Shluchim through these turbulent times.


We care about your Mosed too and in response to states slowly opening back up The CECE Network has compiled a complete packet with everything you need to know to ensure that your preschool is reopen ready. We have addressed all the necessary health and safety measures for schools to adopt in order to reopen safely.


This comprehensive packet contains guidelines and suggestions culled from several official resources, including:

  • Hygiene protocol

  • Classroom social distancing

  • Cleansing and disinfecting surfaces

  • Daily screening

  • Parent-school contract

  • Staff training

  • Daily operations and more.

We wish you, your Mosed, and all who take part Hatzlocha in this transition.

Stay prepared, stay safe and stay healthy! We are here to support you!


To download and share this packet click here.


We invite you to join us live today - May 21/Iyar 27on our CECE Facebook page at 5PM EST where we will further discuss reopening your preschool, provide ideas on how to make the transition smoother and address any related questions you may have. For more content go to our website.


Please note: The following information does not constitute legal advice, medical advice, financial advice, or an endorsement of any service or product referenced herein.


The CECE Network is a project of The Shluchim Office, generously sponsored by the Walder Foundation.



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