THREES - KINDERGARTEN
Your little one has a great capacity to know God’s love through Bible stories and age-level lessons and guided play.
BEFORE YOU GO TO YOUR CHILD’S ROOM
- Check in your child at a kiosk or Family Welcome desk. Please keep one name label to claim your child, place one on your child, and leave the 3rd in the basket at classroom.
- If your child has allergies, please place “Allergy Alert: sticker on your child.
DROPPING OFF YOUR CHILD
Drop off your child, giving the teacher any special instructions. If needed, you will be paged by using the last 4 digits of your phone number displayed on the boards in the Worship Center.
We’ve learned the best preschool goodbyes are brief, and separation becomes easier over time. Our leaders will engage your child in fun activities, but if your child cries for an extended time, we will page you.
Your child will be encouraged to engage in fun activities that will relate to the bible story for that week. Three’s, Fours, and Fives will gather in our Clubhouse 10 minutes into their service hour to participate in fun and interactive corporate worship. They will also watch a live skit and hear an exciting Bible story. More fun activities are planned for the remainder of their classroom time, from where they will be picked up at the conclusion of the adult worship service.
PICK UP PROCEDURES
To pick up your child, present your matching security sticker to the teacher and your child will be released to you. If you lose your label you can return to a manned check-in kiosk to have it reprinted. Our security is paramount, and we will not release preschoolers to anyone without the proper matching label. Don’t forget to take all your belongings.
TAKE HOME PAPER
A monthly Parent Cue is available outside each classroom. These informational sheets provide cues about what children have learned in class, activities they may have been involved in, and ideas of how you can continuing your child’s teaching at home.
YOUR CHILD’S HEALTH
To keep our kids healthy, we thank you for not checking in a child with a severe runny nose, fresh cold (four days or less), fever, undiagnosed rash, persistent cough, diarrhea or any other signs of illness.