United Community Action Partnership (UCAP) is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all staff and children. To ensure that, we have developed the following COVID-19 Response Plan. All Head Start staff members are required to implement the procedures presented in this plan. Our goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our workplaces, and that requires full cooperation among all staff. Only through this cooperative effort, can we establish and
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Community Transit is available for pre-scheduled trips in Marshall and Redwood Falls on Christmas Eve. To cancel a ride on Christmas Eve, leave a message at 537-7628 ext. 7. No dispatch staff will be available for same-day requests, but the Red Route will be running 10:00-5:00.
Updated 1:30 pm 12/23 - UCAP is closing some facilities and services today, December 23rd, for the safety of our staff, volunteers and the community. These closures will be updated as things change. The Kitchen Table food shelf in Marshall is closing at 2:00. The thrift shop in Redwood Falls is closed. Community Transit The Redwood Falls Green Route is shut down. Red Route and Blue Route in Marshall are shut down. Murray County is shut down. Dial-a-ride in Lyon County is
updated 12/23 at 11:33 am UCAP's Community Transit program is feeling the effects of Covid-19. Several staff are currently unavailable as they follow the Minnesota Department of Health guidelines for limiting the spread of illness. All routes and services will be back to full service as soon as possible. A current list of temporary service changes is: Red Route ending at noon on 12/23 Marshall dispatch hours are 8:00-4:30 Dial-a-ride buses are limited in Marshall No Purple
December 2, 2020 Dear UCAP Head Start Families, Our Head Start classrooms remain open to the extent possible. As part of the MN Childcare and education team, we are an essential business to Minnesotans as we know many parents are also still working and need education and quality care for their young children. Out of the abundance of caution and as guided by the MN Department of Health, your child’s classroom may experience short onsite closures if there is a COVID-19 exposure. If a