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Zono Sanitizing Cabinet



The Goddard School in Long Hill Township plans to install a state-of-the-art sanitization cabinet to ensure faculty members can effectively sanitize toys and other objects used by children to help keep classrooms as germ free as possible.

Sumara and Imran Ahmad, owners of The Goddard School located in Long Hill, are opening the newest state of the art preschool in March and will have a Zono Sanitization Cabinet within its facility. The eco-friendly, chemical free sanitization system helps fight against infectious diseases and viruses, kills the Staphylococcus (or "staph") bacteria and has a heating option to kill lice and eggs. Zono doesn’t use harsh chemicals and kills 99.9 percent of common bacteria and viruses that could linger on non-porous, porous and semi-porous surfaces. This will be an added measure to complement Goddard’s very stringent health and safety policies and procedures

At The Goddard School, nothing is more important than the health and safety of the children, and we consider their security in everything we do. Our top priority is to provide the safest facility we possibly can for our children therefore we have decided to make Zono the centerpiece of a comprehensive sanitizing program at the Goddard School of Long Hill Township

Iris Recognition Technology 

Provides a Non-Contact (inhibits any transfer of germs or bacteria), accurate identity authentication without PIN numbers or passwords. This will greatly enhance security, eliminate fraud and maximize convenience.

It is the centerpiece of our comprehensive security preparedness plan in coordination with the Long Hill Police Department. 

From every detail of our classrooms and playgrounds, including our high standards of cleanliness and our state-of-the-art Iris scanners for secure entry, The Goddard School tried to think of to keep child safe and secure. Rest assured that we have taken every necessary step to make sure that your child is safe and secure while they spend their day at the Goddard School of Long Hill