How We’re Keeping Clean And Staying Safe

Learn About The safety Measures That Keep Your Family Happy And Healthy

How We’re Keeping Clean And Staying Safe

Learn About The safety Measures That Keep Your Family Happy And Healthy

Quality Preschool and Daycare serving Central Florida


Regular Handwashing Promotes Healthy Habits

Your child, friends, and teachers wash their hands at regular intervals throughout the day to eliminate germs, reduce the risk of transmission, and encourage hand-care as part of the new normal.

Temperature Checks For Everyone On-Site

All visitors, vendors, children, and staff have their temperatures taken upon arrival for quick, easy, and effective screening, so everyone feels confident that friends and coworkers are healthy.

Temperature Checks For Everyone On-Site
Social Distancing For Your Assurance

Social Distancing For Your Assurance

At drop-off and pick-up times, parents practice physical distancing to maintain peace of mind for the whole school community and keep those moments stress-free and straightforward.

Smaller Class Sizes Reduce The Risks

As they learn and play in a smaller group, your child gets lots of care and attention while still interacting with their friends in a safe environment with a lower risk of transmitting any nasty germs.

Smaller Class Sizes Reduce The Risks
Frequent Sanitization Keeps School Safe

Frequent Sanitization Keeps School Safe

A dedicated housekeeping team carries out daily deep cleaning to ensure your child’s classroom and equipment are sparkling and safe. Teachers continue sanitization throughout the day.


We highly recommend it. You can visit in person or schedule a virtual tour via Zoom.

My First Academy follows all health/communicable disease policies from the CDC and the procedures outlined in the American Academy of Pediatrics Model Health Policies and Procedures Manual.

  • Frequent hand-washing and sanitation take place throughout the day.
  • We use a Graco SaniSpray HP 20 Cordless Handheld Airless Disinfectant Sprayer machine every day at closing time to sanitize the school using Bioesque Botanical Disinfectant Solution.

0-12 months: 4 children per adult.
1-2 years: 6 children per adult.
2-3 years: 11 children per adult.
3-4 years: 15 children per adult.
4 years: 18 children per adult.
VPK: 11 children per adult.

Lunch and two or three snacks, all our curriculum, Spanish and computer lessons for children aged two-and-a-half to Pre-Kindergarten, the Baby Sign Language program, and enrichment programs such as yoga, music, singing, and service animals.

It depends on age:

  • Infants: bottles pre-made with formula or breast milk, diapers, a change of clothes, and comfort items, i.e., pacifier, blanket, etc.
  • Under three years: diapers if he/she is not potty trained, a change of clothes including underwear if trained or training, blanket, etc.
  • Over three years: a change of clothes and blanket.

Circle time begins at 8:30 a.m. in all classrooms. If you would like your child to participate, please arrive early. However, it is a requirement to be here by 9:00 a.m., so your child receives all the benefits of our program.

My First Academy uses a proprietary curriculum, complemented by Frog Street Pre-K and Nemours Reading BrightStart.
Unlike some daycare centers, we have an educational curriculum that starts in our infants’ classroom.
From age one. Children participate in various activities throughout the day, some of which are messy or athletic, and play outdoors daily, weather permitting. Because of this, it’s our policy that children must wear their My First Academy polo from Monday to Thursday. Additionally, no open-toed or open-backed shoes are allowed. The most appropriate shoes for participation in school activities are rubber-soled sneakers with socks.
Yes, we require all teachers to be First Aid- and CPR-certified.
Per the Department of Children & Families, My First Academy staff have three background screenings: local, state and FBI.
Generally, we begin potty training at two years old. However, in some cases, we start sooner.

How Old Is Your Child?


6 Wks - 12 Months


1 - 2 Years

Early Preschool

2 - 3 Years


3 - 4 Years


4 - 5 Years

School Age

5 - 11 Years

summer camp

5 - 11 Years