In-Person Virtual Learning Assistance for Kindergarten-6th Grade

Kaizen Academy is offering In-Person Virtual Learning Assistance (IPVLA) for students in grades Kindergarten to Grade 6 from 8:30 am until 3:00 pm daily. This IPVLA program at Kaizen will afford your child/children every opportunity to succeed in accomplishing their academic goals. It is designed to provide students a comfortable and safe environment to accomplish their virtual learning/digital assignments, while also affording them the opportunity to grow and play in a safe space. We offer support from trained educators who can assist where needed during the virtual academic process.

This care is intended for elementary age children whose parents need additional support for their students. In order to ensure that we continue to be safe and employ strict adherence to all COVID-19 safety protocols, space will be extremely limited. There will only be 16 slots available for the IPVLA program, and students will be admitted on a first come, first served basis once the required enrollment fee has been paid.


Non-refundable Annual Registration Fee:

$30 for 1st child, $75 for a family of 3 or more (This covers the registration for the year)

In-Person Virtual Learning Assistance:

$ 100 per week or $25 per day

  • This program runs 9:00 am to 3:00 pm daily Monday thru Friday
  • Drop Off Time 8:30 am. Pick Up Time 3:00 p.m.
  • Sibling discounts (20%) are offered for additional students
  • A two-week notice must be provided for withdrawing from the IVLA Program
  • Click HERE to enroll
  • Drop-in Care is not available


  • Parents should enroll by clicking the Apply button on the website, and completing the application form.
  • This program is only designed for Kindergarten thru 6th grade.
  • There will only be 16 students enrolled in the program.
  • Kaizen Academy supervisors and monitors will supervise the children. We will help monitor their studies. We will provide a safe and nurturing environment for the students. They will receive assistance with their work as necessary, and as far as it does not without interfere with their virtual lesson. Kaizen Supervisors and monitors will not be teaching any educational lessons. Our job will be strictly to monitor and offer support. Our day will also include include outdoor snack, lunch and recreation.
  • All students must bring their own snack and lunch. Please remember Kaizen Academy is a NUT-FREE environment.
  • Parents and Visitors will NOT be allowed to enter the building pass the drop off station in the main hallway.
  • Children will be dropped off at the door in the morning and collected in the same manner in the afternoon.
  • Virtual classes will start at 8:30/9am. Please have your students arrive on time.
  • All teachers and students will be required to wear masks.

Safety Protocols:

1. Practicing Prevention

  • Continue to teach and reinforce good hygiene measures such as handwashing, covering coughs, and face coverings
  • Kaizen will provide antibacterial hand soap and hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, paper towels, and no-touch trash cans in all bathrooms, classrooms, and frequently trafficked areas
  • Post signage in classrooms, hallways, and entrances to communicate how to stop the spread. This includes COVID-19 symptoms, preventative measures (including staying home when sick), good hygiene, and school/district specific protocols
  • Clean/disinfect frequently touched surfaces at least daily and shared objects after each use
  • Every adult staff member of Kaizen is required to provide and wear their own masks
  • Encourage students and staff to bring hand sanitizer and face masks/coverings to use from home. We will have extra on hand if needed
  • Ensure ventilation systems operate properly and increase the circulation of outdoor air as much as possible, as long as this does not pose a safety or health risk to students or staff
  • Conduct deep cleaning of schools prior to students/staff returning; schedule additional cleanings during weekends or school holidays/breaks per CDC Guidance

2. Entering School Buildings

  • Have a safe, isolated, and supervised area for anyone who becomes sick/feels ill at school
  • Designate entrance and exit flow paths
  • Screen students and staff (to the extent practicable): Take temperatures as teachers and students enter the building; Isolate and send home if internal temperature over 100°F; and Provide safety and privacy concerns (confidentiality will be maintained)
  • Parents and visitors will not be allowed to walk through the building

3. Meal and Snack Time

  • Lunches must be brought from home and eaten outside.
  • Require student hand washing before and after meal
  • Provide hand sanitizer for students and staff
  • Continue to use disposable plates, utensils, etc.
  • Conduct cleaning of high-touch surfaces throughout lunchtime.

4. Transitioning

  • Limit mixing between groups (to the extent practicable)
  • For class changes and other transitions throughout the school day: Designate areas of the hallway (i.e. lanes) as flow paths to keep students separated to minimize congregation of students

5. Conducting Large Group Gatherings

  • Abide by the maximum number of people allowed to congregate as defined by the CDC best practices guidelines.
  • Discourage the congregation of students in common areas

6. When a Child, Staff Member, or Visitor Becomes Sick at School

  • Utilize an isolation room or area to separate anyone who exhibits COVID-like symptoms that does not share the ventilation system of the main school building.
  • Notify local health officials, staff, and families immediately of a possible case while maintaining confidentiality and other applicable privacy laws to the extent possible.
  • Close off areas used by a sick person and do not use before cleaning and disinfection. Wait 24 hours before you clean and disinfect. If it is not possible to wait 24 hours, wait as long as possible. Ensure safe and correct application of disinfectants and keep disinfectant products away from children.
  • Advise sick staff members and children not to return until they have met countrywide criteria to discontinue home isolation and return to school (ie presenting a negative antigen test).
  • Inform those who have had close contact to a person diagnosed with COVID-19 to stay home and follow COVID-19 protocols and guidelines. If a person does not have symptoms, follow appropriate state guidance for home quarantine.

Please contact: with any questions.