Pastoral Letter Regarding COVID-19 Omicron, Flu Season, and Continued Safety Protocols

SEAS Nursery

Now Re-Opened After Remodeling!



To allow parents to focus and participate more fully in the Mass, we provide an onsite safe and caring environment for little ones ranging in age from 1 year (or walking) through age 3 at the 9:00 and 11:00 Masses on Sunday mornings, and the 9:00 Mass on Wednesday mornings during the school year when it is attended by students at SEAS School. Children generally attend Mass with their parents when they are age 4 or older.

The SEAS nursery is located in the Parish Hall (the brick building located right next to the church). Enter through the doors that face Willis Lane, and the nursery is on the immediate right before entering the main room of the Parish Hall. Ring the bell and a nursery staff member will come to open the door for you and assist you in signing your child in.

We are required to have Emergency Information and Waiver of Liability Forms on hand for each child, to be completed the first time you drop your child off.

  • Extra diapers/training pants/underwear, wipes, and a complete change of clothing for those “oops” times. Please have everything together in one bag that is clearly labeled with your child’s name. Be sure all jackets, sweaters, etc. are also labeled.
  • Label all plastic bottles/water bottles/sippy cups. If your child needs formula, please have it either already prepared or measured and ready to mix when needed.
  • If you wish for your child to have a snack, be sure to include that in their bag.
  • Be sure that nursery attendants are aware if your child has any food allergies.

For the protection of all children and adults, do not bring your children to the nursery if they exhibit any of the following:

  • Fever of 99.6 or above, either currently or within the last 24 hours.
  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea within last 24 hours.
  • Recent exposure to, or symptoms of, any disease (chicken pox, strep throat, etc.)
  • Common cold, from onset through one week
    Sore throat or ear infection (should be off medication)
  • Any discharge from nose that is not clear
  • Any cough not related to seasonal allergies (do not bring a child with a cough that produces phlegm)
  • Any skin infection or unexplained rash
  • Any discharge from the eyes (pink eye or eye infection)
  • Head lice
  • Unusual fatigue or irritability

Please note: Nursery staff cannot dispense any medication.

Ellie Krolick

Secretary-Religious Education/ Nursery Supervisor

office: 817.623.2409 ext. 508