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Troy University’s Coleman Center to reopen June 1

Coleman Hall on the Dothan Campus, home of the Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family...
Coleman Hall on the Dothan Campus, home of the Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment. (Source: TROY University)(WTVY News 4)
Published: May. 15, 2020 at 12:38 PM CDT
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Troy University’s Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment is scheduled to reopen June 1 with a comprehensive COVID-19 safety plan.

Located at the university’s Dothan Campus, the Coleman Center provides high-quality early learning and care for children in the Wiregrass region from six weeks through 5 years old.

In order to promote a safe environment for children, staff and families, the Coleman Center will adhere to the most recent recommendations made by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that are specific to child care centers.

All decisions are being guided by the most recent recommendations from CDC, state and federal government, and Troy University officials, and updates may be issued accordingly.

Among the safety measures being taken:

► All adults entering the Coleman Center must wear masks.

► All staff, parents, visitors and children will receive a temperature and symptom check upon arrival if they go past the office area, and staff will be screened upon each re-entry to the building.

► Handwashing stations will be available in the lobby for parents and children.

► Coleman Center staff will be vigilant in monitoring and reporting any COVID-19 symptoms.

► Children and teachers will be required to wash their hands frequently.

► Classroom sizes will be limited to no more than 12.

► Social distancing will be implemented, with children spaced at least six feet apart.

► Classrooms will include the same group each day with the same teachers.

► Diligent cleaning and disinfecting will be implemented throughout the center, to include frequently touched items, electronics, toys and bedding.

A full, detailed list of safety measures will be provided to parents.

“We are looking forward to having our teachers and families return to the Coleman Center,” said Nancy Mitta, Director of the Coleman Center. “We will remain vigilant as we provide a safe learning environment for our children.”

The center operates year-round Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.

For more information, or to apply to the Coleman Center waiting list, visit

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