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Integral Steps Sickness Policy and Code of Conduct During the COVID-19 Pandemic
We want to ensure Integral Steps is a safe space for everyone involved so communication and a strict policy is crucial.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at
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Please take the time to read our sickness policy carefully.

For the protection of everyone, Integral Steps will be taking a conservative approach in handling any signs of illness and closely following the guidelines laid out by the CDC. For more detailed information, please visit the CDC website

By signing up to an Integral Steps in-person program, we ask that parents and guardians agree to the following:


Symptoms of Illness / Exposure - for a child or household member

  • If your child or any household member of any age (parent, sibling, nanny/babysitter, grandparent) starts to exhibit any of the following symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or other “flu-like illnesses”, you agree to keep them at home until COVID-19 testing is performed for the symptomatic individual and a negative result is obtained. Symptoms include, but are not limited to:
      • Fever
      • Loss of taste/smell
      • Shortness of breath
      • Vomiting or diarrhea
      • A cough
      • Nasal congestion or runny nose
      • A sore throat
      • General lethargy/fatigue
      • Poor appetite
      • Muscle aches or headaches
      • Belly pain
      • Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
    • For more information on symptoms, please see here
  • If a negative COVID result is obtained but flu-like symptoms persist, a doctor’s note is required clearing the individual for class. 
  • If your child does not exhibit any symptoms but has had contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID, please note that they will not be allowed to join in-person classes till they have quarantined for 3 days and obtained a negative test result. Contact is defined as being within 6 feet for 15 minutes or more, regardless of wearing a mask. 
  • If a child becomes ill during the day with us, they will be removed from the program to wait in a separate area and the parent or caregiver will be called immediately.  For your child’s wellbeing and the health of others, you agree to pick up your child as quickly as possible. 

Code of Conduct

  • Please take a moment to view our COVID procedures infographic on the steps we are taking to keep everyone safe.  
  • Before attending, please speak with your child about the need for masks, social distancing and our protocols such as frequent hand washing, especially at the beginning and end of the day and before/after eating.  
  • If a child removes their mask or exhibits risky behavior, such as frequent physical contact with other children, that child will be asked to observe our camp rules and given an opportunity to correct their behavior.   
  • If a child continues to not follow social distancing and mask protocols, that student will be removed from the program to wait in a quiet place whilst the parent or guardian is contacted to come and collect the child.   
  • We will take designated mask-breaks, ideally outdoors, but indoors in case of inclement weather. Students will be 10 feet apart for mask breaks.   
  • No parents, guardians or family members are allowed within the building for drop-off and pick-up. A designated outdoor space will be assigned.  
  • Travel: Students who have travelled to a state outside of Colorado 14 days or less before the beginning of camp have to show a negative COVID test taken at least 3 days after traveling.