Everyone is required to have appropriate ID and corresponding guardian and child numbers. If you need to be contacted during a service concerning your child, his or her ID number will appear on the screen in the auditorium. If you are a guest you will receive two identical name tags with your child’s name and an ID number. One tag will go on your child and you will keep the other tag to use when picking up your child. Children will only be released from Kid Crossing to individuals who have a guardian ID tag with corresponding numbers or a guest tag with corresponding numbers. We are continually striving to improve safety for our children.
All Kid Crossing volunteers are screened to ensure the safety of our kids. It includes a comprehensive application, background and reference checks, as well as personal interviews.
To ensure the health of our kids and staff, if your child has had any of the following symptoms within the past 24 hours: diarrhea, rash, fever, vomiting, open sores, runny nose (anything but clear), or excessive coughing due to a cold, please do not send them to Kid Crossing.
To provide the best learning environment for your children on Sunday, an incident report will be completed following the third warning of disruptive behavior. A copy of this report will be given to the parent at the end of the day’s activity. This incident report will also be completed when a minor injury or accident occurs.