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2 Things to Note

Isolation Boredom Buster

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Parents of Preschool & Elementary kids - We want to partner with your family to provide spiritual guidance, encouragement, service opportunities, and fun!  That's why we have created an Isolation Boredom Buster packet! 

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Camp Kid Jam

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Sign up and make payments for your 2nd - 5th Grade child to go to Camp KidJam 2020.

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A Few Quick Notes:
Isolation Boredom Buster

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Kids FAQ

When packing a diaper bag for the nursery, what should I include?

  1. Two or three disposable diapers
  2. A pacifier or other comfort item (should your child require that)
  3. An extra outfit
  4. A bottle of formula, milk or juice

Please label your child’s belongings so they can be easily identified by our volunteers.

How do I volunteer?

Just go to our volunteer page, and use our volunteer tool.  If you are wanting to volunteer specifically in the Children's Ministry, be sure to check that you like working with kids (of course) so that you will get results for the Children's Ministry.

What are the Health Guidelines for my child's classroom? 

We want to provide a healthy environment in our classrooms, so we ask you to keep your child at home when you observe any of the following:

  • Fever
  • Green or yellow runny nose
  • Excessive coughing
  • Questionable rash
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Discharge in or around the eyes
  • Any other communicable disease
  • If your child is being treated with an antibiotic, he or she should have received treatment for at least 24 hours before coming to class.  

For your child’s protection, we ask our Teachers & Caregivers to follow the same guidelines.

How is my child's classroom determined? 

For Birth to 5 Year Olds, room assignments are based upon your child’s age as of August 31st.  This promotes better learning and safety, as kids are grouped with others of similar age and development.  

For Elementary kids, their classroom at church will match their grade at school.  So if your child is in 4th grade at school, they are in 4th grade at church.  

My child is hesitant to go to class. Any suggestions? 

We encourage parents to give their child a quick hug/kiss, place them in their classroom, and then head to their Worship Service or class.  While it's tempting to linger, keep in mind that long drawn-out goodbyes actually increase anxiety in kids.  Even if your child cries or is a little bit uneasy when you first leave, they will adjust quickly.  Our volunteers will welcome and connect with your child, and help him/her to calm down and get involved in the class.  If for any reason we need you, we will contact you immediately.