Safe, quality child care (infant through Pre-K) is provided for all church services. Please review our Sign-in Procedures and Sickness Policy below.
- Fill out an enrollment card on the first visit only.
- Sign in using the security & name tags provided.
- If at all possible, the same parent who drops off your child, should pick them up. Do not send an older child to pick up your baby or toddler.
- Review our “Sickness Policy” below. Staff is not allowed to administer medicine.
- Please pick up your child as soon as worship is over. Fellowship after services should include your children.
- Personal toys should be kept out of the classroom. We will not assume responsibility for lost or broken toys. (Teethers and security blankets are an exception.)
- Please provide us with the supplies to care for your child. A diaper bag and its contents should be labeled with the child’s name: bottles/cups with drink, diapers, change of clothing, and special instructions for care.
- Snacks (crackers or cookies and apple juice or water) will be served during the worship time. Be sure to notify us of any restrictions or food allergies.
A child should be kept out of the nursery when any of the following symptoms exist:
- Child has had a fever within the last 24 hours
- Any symptom of an infectious contagious disease such as scarlet fever, German measles, mumps, chicken pox, cough, cloudy or green runny nose.
- Common cold – from the onset through one week.
- Sore throat.
- Any unexplained rash.
- Any skin infection – boils, ringworm, impetigo.
- Any communicable disease.
Children developing symptoms during their nursery stay will be released to their parent/guardian immediately.
If your child is being treated with antibiotics, he/she should be on the medication for at least 24 hours before coming to the nursery.
Staff is not allowed to administer medication.
If your child has a continually clear-runny nose or rash due to non-contagious allergies, please let us know. We realize that some symptoms hang on long after the child is no longer contagious. Remember, we want all of our preschoolers to remain healthy and happy!