State of Emergency Policy
Updated March 23, 2020
At Robothink Sussex safety and health of our young engineers and enthusiasts alike is of utmost importance. So when Delaware's governor declares state of emergency, we follow recommendations in order to ensure public safety.
Depending on the severity of the situation and the level of emergency, we decide which steps to take and whether to temporarily suspend our programs or continue running them while following general guidelines and safety procedures.
As the global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) is currently developing, we are following guidelines provided by Delaware Division of Public Health and the Department of Education. We are closely monitoring the situation and implementing procedures recommended to prevent further spread of the virus.
Due to governor's Stay-At-Home order that directs all non-essential businesses to close for the time being, we had to suspend our programs at our Robothink Sussex office. We are working on rescheduling our sessions for later times when crisis passes and offering credit towards future purchases to our customers who already purchased our services, but had their sessions canceled.
Online Coding Classes and Camps
We are currently working on offering online coding classes and camps option. Please check out our Enroll page to see what options will be available and to register.
How We Are Prepared
Since the recent outbreak is of infectious nature and is spread by close contact, we ensure to sanitize all of our equipment and surfaces that are used during our programs. We make sure to have hand sanitizers always available to anyone attending our programs as well as their parents/guardians. We also ensure that only healthy staff is in attendance.
What We Ask of You
Please use the best practices to help prevent the spread of infectious decease. If you or your children are sick, please stay at home. We will do whatever is possible to reschedule a session should you miss it due to sickness. If it's not possible to reschedule, we will issue you credit for the session missed.
We hope that by staying diligent and following the best practices, we as a community will be able to contain this issue and go back to our lives as per usual, building robots, coding them and having fun playing, inventing and creating!