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We are closely following guidance from the CDC, as well as State and Local officials and health authorities, as we take extreme care to maintain our safe, healthy school environment during this COVID-19 period.

Ty-Lexine makes every possible way to protect the health and safety of your children. Parents will be notified of any contagious disease that is introduced into this center. Both parents and teachers should work together to prevent the spread of communicable diseases.  Parents should keep children at home if the child has diarrhea, vomiting, inflamed eyes, fever of 101 degrees, runny nose with green mucous, chicken-pox, and any other communicable disease. A child will not be allowed to at this center if the child has the equivalent of 101 or higher or higher oral temperature and another contagious symptom, such as a rash, or diarrhea, or sore throat.

Temperature Screen


Kids will be screen upon arrival regardless. Kids have a fever of 100.40 (38.00C) or above or other signs of illness should not be admitted to our facility. We encourage parents to be on the alert for signs of illness in their children and to keep them home when they are sick.

 Wearing Masks


The CDC is recommending that children over 2 wear masks when they’re not able to socially distance.

The TYLEXINE center’s Doctor is: 

Dr. Subramanian P Reddy MD


Wash Hands


We encourage kids to often wash with hands with soap and water under the watchful eyes/supervision 
of teachers after every activity. 

Clean and Disinfect


We routinely clean, sanitize, and disinfect surfaces and objects that are frequently touched, especially toys and games. Which also includes cleaning objects/surfaces not ordinarily cleaned daily such as doorknobs, light switches, classroom sink handles, countertops, nap pads, toilet training potties, desks, chairs, cubbies, and playground structures.

253 Upper Riverdale Road,

Suite A, Riverdale, Ga. 30274

IMMUNIZATIONS: Georgia law requires that we have a file for each child and an immunization certificate (DHR form 3227) with the age and the expiration date, signed by a physician of local health department.

MEDICATION: Before medication is dispensed at Ty-Lexine, parents are required to fill out a medication form indicating the child's name, the name and prescription number of the medication, the time and dosage to be given. Medication must be in the original container with the child’s name marked on it and the prescription number if any. No medication will be given without the parent having completed this form. Children's first and last name must be on each bottle of medication, including non-prescription drugs. Ty-Lexine will not be responsible if your child develops allergic from the medication administered as requested by you. (Parent/Guardian).We will read and notice any adverse reactions to prescribed medication(s). During administering medication if we notice any adverse reactions, it will be recorded and parents will be informed. Do not leave medication in the book bags. If a child's medication requires a mechanical operation in which Ty-lexine does not have a trained staff to operate, we will not be held responsible if your child develops an allergic reaction from the medication administered as requested by parent/guardian. 

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