The Kids In Harmony mission is to help children pursue self-sufficiency; encourage social development by providing quintessential education and care, positive interrelation amongst students, families and their communities; and enhance personal growth through meaningful educational foundation in a non-threatening environment.
Kids In Harmony Day School is located in the residential commercial neighborhood of Chicago. The facility features four bright and spacious classrooms and outdoor playground for year round ”fun-filled” educational activities.
Kids In Harmony Day School is licensed by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and the City of Chicago. The school highly adheres to the rules and regulations set forth by these agencies. In addition, Kids In Harmony is inspected and approved by the Chicago Fire Department and Chicago Health Department.
We offer full day and half day programs to children 15 months to 6 years old, Monday to Friday from 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM. The program is based on goals, objectives, and activities aimed at providing a flexible,enriching environment that will facilitate the physical, cognitive, and social-emotional growth of children. The program is supervised at all times by experienced, certified, and credentialed staff.
As many people in the United States begin to plan for fall and winter holiday celebrations, CDC offers the following considerations to help protect individuals and their families, friends, and communities from COVID-19. These considerations are meant to supplement—not replace—any state, local, territorial, or tribal health and safety laws, rules, and regulations with which holiday gatherings must comply. When planning to host a holiday celebration, you should assess current COVID-19 levels in your community to determine whether to postpone, cancel, or limit the number of attendees.
Virus spread risk at holiday celebrations
Celebrating virtually or with members of your own household poses low risk for spread. In-person gatherings pose varying levels of risk. Event organizers and attendees should consider the risk of virus spread based on event size and use of mitigation strategies, as outlined in the Considerations for Events and Gatherings. There are several factors that contribute to the risk of getting infected or infecting others with the virus that causes COVID-19 at a holiday celebration. In combination, these factors will create various amounts of risk, so it is important to consider them individually and together...