Last updated: January 25, 2022 at 11:30 a.m.

Read information for parents and caregivers of children attending child care.

Also see Toronto Public Health’s guidance for child care settings.

Keeping our community safe is our collective task.  Help protect your children and your child care setting:

  • Keep your child home if anyone in the house has symptoms of COVID-19 or is waiting for a COVID-19 test result
  • Use the child care screening tool every day to determine if you should be sending your child to care
  • Wear a mask and teach your children to do the same if they’re able
  • Stay at least two metres apart from people outside of your own household
  • Wash your hands often and practice this important health skill with your children

Read information on COVID-19 testing.

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines and children.

 

Screening Poster for Child Care, Day Camps and Schools

Download the Screening Poster for Child Care, Day Camps and Schools. Size 8.5 x 11 inches.

Also available in French | Simplified Chinese.

Screening Poster for Staff/Visitors/Adult Learners to Child Care, Day Camps and Schools

Download the Screening Poster for Staff/Visitors/Adult Learners to Child Care, Day Camps and Schools. Size 8.5 x 11 inches.

Also available in French.

screenshot of screening questionnaire for child care/school staff/visitors

Screening Questionnaire for Child Care, Day Camps and Schools

Download the Screening Questionnaire for Child Care, Day Camps and Schools. Size 8.5 x 11 inches.

Also available in French | Simplified Chinese.

Screening Questionnaire for Staff/Visitors/Adult Learners to Child Care, Day Camps and Schools

Download the Screening Questionnaire for Staff/Visitors/Adult Learners to Child Care, Day Camps and Schools. Size 8.5 x 11 inches.

Also available in French.

screenshot of screening questionnaire for child care/school staff/visitors

 

Parents can complete a Back to Child Care/School Confirmation Form (fillable form) to provide to the school to confirm the child can return to school. Also available in French.

Learn more about choosing the right mask for your child, including how to wear a face mask at school, face masks and coverings that offer the best protection, what to avoid and more.

Read Toronto Public Health’s guidance for caring for a child who is self-isolating or has COVID-19.