Support Students During the Rainy Season

As the rainy season sets in, schools play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of students, who are more susceptible to illnesses during this time. At Carroll Prep, we take proactive measures to support our students’ health and safety. Here are some of the steps we take:

1. Daily Cleaning and Weekend Disinfection: We maintain a rigorous cleaning schedule, ensuring that classrooms, common areas, and facilities are cleaned thoroughly every day. Additionally, we conduct disinfection procedures over the weekends to further mitigate the risk of germs and pathogens spreading.

2. Hygiene Education: We believe that prevention is key. Our teachers educate students on the importance of handwashing and maintaining good hygiene practices. Through interactive lessons and demonstrations, students learn how proper handwashing can prevent the spread of illnesses.

3. Encouraging Physical Activity: Regular exercise is essential for maintaining a healthy immune system. We incorporate physical activities into our curriculum and encourage students to engage in outdoor play whenever weather permits. Whether it’s through sports, dance, or outdoor games, we ensure that students have opportunities to stay active and fit.

4. Healthy Eating: A balanced diet is crucial for supporting the immune system. We provide nutritious meals at our school cafeteria and educate students about the importance of eating fruits, vegetables, and other immune-boosting foods.



Recommendations for Parents:

While schools play a vital role in supporting students’ health during the rainy season, parents also play a crucial role in safeguarding their children’s well-being. Here are some recommendations for parents to follow at home:

    1. Encourage Handwashing: Reinforce the importance of handwashing at home. Encourage children to wash their hands frequently, especially before meals and after using the restroom.
    2. Healthy Diet: Provide nutritious meals and snacks that support immune health. Incorporate plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains into your child’s diet.
    3. Outdoor Playtime: Despite the rainy weather, encourage outdoor play whenever possible. Dress children in appropriate rain gear and allow them to engage in physical activities that boost their immune system and overall well-being.

By working together, schools and parents can create a supportive environment that promotes the health and well-being of children during the rainy season.