<p>Preschool<br />
4-5 year olds</p>
Preschool
4-5 year olds

Preschool

Jesus said we are to have childlike faith, and our goal is to help families raise children who love God and want to share His love with others. We do this by focusing on these concepts:

  • God is King.
  • God sent Jesus.
  • Jesus loves.

Each week we teach these ideas through music, Bible stories, and fun activities designed just for them.

Considering a visit?  Pre-Register your child(ren) for a quick and easy check-in process, we will have name tags already printed out for you!  Pre-registration available Monday-Saturday at 3:00 PM each week, in order to be prepared for your visit.

GUEST PRE-REGISTRATION


For information on Preschool related events for your family, click the link below:

PRESCHOOL EVENTS


Questions or want to serve?

Newburgh Campus contact:
Alison Bond
812-518-1424.

West Campus contact:
Ross Geiser
812-490-5882

(Please note: all adult volunteers are required to pass a background screening.)

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    Praise Kids! Preschool Choir
    Newburgh Campus
    Wednesdays, 5:30-6:00 PM

    Spring 2020
    January 22 - April 29
    4 years old-Kindergarten

    Praise Kids! is our Preschool Choir participate in weekend worship services, sing in the community, and perform an age-appropriate musical.  The group meets every Wednesday from 5:30-6:00 PM in the Student Loft at the Newburgh campus.

    Our performance date is April 29 at 6:30 PM in the Worship Center at the Newburgh campus.  There is a tentative date of May 6 for an outreach performance at Potter's Wheel, more information to come.

    Register

    For more information contact Jaci Ackerman at 812-518-1429.

     

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    Charlie Brown Camp
    (entering Kindergarten-Grade 1)
    June 27
    $29

    Charlie Brown Camp 
    (For students entering Kindergarten-Grade 1)
    Camp Illiana, Washington, IN
    Saturday, June 27-9:00 AM-3:00 PM (EDT)
    Cost is $29 (Includes lunch and Mission offering)

    Online registration open Saturday, February 15, Registration deadline is Monday, June 22.

    Come join us at Camp Illiana for an explosive day of camp designed for the youngest camper. Get a chance to play fun games, crafts, and get wet in the swimming pool.   

    A typical day may include:
    • Worship/Singing Time
    • Biblical Teaching
    • Missions Experience
    • Creative Arts Opportunity
    • Lunch
    • Swimming (Bring your swimsuit and towel)
    • Kidz Zipline
    • Slip ‘n Slide
    • Inflatables
    • Snack Time
    • Closing Teaching/Worship

    Note: Camp Illiana is in the Eastern Time zone, one hour ahead of us.

    Click on the register button below, choose "Day Camp 1", click "Female or Male Camper", click "Add To Cart".  You can register multiple students at one time, choose the appropriate camp based on age group, repeat the steps, then click continue.

    Register

     

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    Camp Alive
    (4 years old-entering Grade 5)
    July 13-17
    $30

    Camp Alive
    (4 years old-entering Grade 5)
    July 13-17
    Cost is $30 (non-refundable)

    WHAT IS CAMP ALIVE?
    Camp Alive is a week-long event that includes creative Bible teaching, worship, a missions project, large-group fun and games, and a variety of elective classes in the areas of music, art, drama, creative writing, science, sports and recreation.

    Registration available March 1, availability based on age group and class capacity.  Registration deadline is June 21 or until event is full.

    PRESCHOOL/KINDERGARTEN (4 years-entering Kindergarten)
    Preschool/Kindergarten students will be assigned to a team with other preschool and kindergarten campers.  Each day, teams will visit four classes—Craft, Cooking & Science, Story, and Recreation & Movement.

    GRADE 1-2
    Students in grades 1-2 will be assigned to a team with other first and second grade campers.  Each day, teams will visit three predetermined classes.  They will enjoy a wide sampling of projects and activities in the areas of art, music, drama, creative writing, cooking, science, and recreation.

    GRADE 3-5
    Students in grades 3-5 will select three class electives, on a first come/first serve basis with class capacity limits, once the class is full it will no longer be available on the registration form.  Each day, students will visit all three of their electives.  electives are offered in the areas of art, music, drama, creative writing, science, and sports/games.   Click here for elective class options.

    For more information, contact Beth Jones or 812-518-1446 or Jaci Ackerman or 812-518-1429.

    STUDENT REGISTRATION

    Volunteers Needed!
    We need teachers for music, art, drama, creative writing, science, sports and recreation.  We have many opportunities available for teacher helpers, tour guides, nursery, snacks, greeters, and special needs. Won't you consider sharing your time, gifts and talents with our Preschool-5th Graders?

    VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION

     

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    Mother's Morning Out
    Newburgh Campus

    NEWBURGH CAMPUS

    Mother's Morning Out
    Our Mother's Morning Out program has been designed to meet the needs of parents while providing an opportunity for your child to make friends and learn about the love of Jesus.  Classes meet on various days during the EVSC and Warrick County school year at our Newburgh and West Campus from 9:00 AM-Noon. Class sizes are limited, registration is required prior to attending.  Classes begin August 19, 2019.

    Click here for information about age groups, curriculum, activities, fees and tution.

    If you have any questions, contact Tammy Silen at 812-518-1471.

    The Young 3 years old and 3 years old classes are at capacity at this time, contact Tammy Silen to be placed on the waitlist at tsilen@cccgo.com or 812-518-1471.

    REGISTRATION 6 WEEKS-YOUNG 3 YEARS OLD 2019-2020 NEWBURGH CAMPUS

    REGISTRATION AGES 3-5 YEARS OLD 2019-2020 NEWBURGH CAMPUS

    Newburgh Campus Monthly Payment 2019-2020

    Online registration for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year will be available February 1, click on the appropriate link below.

    2020-2021 Newburgh Campus 6 Weeks-Young 3 year olds

    2020-2021 Newburgh Campus Ages 3-5

     

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    Mother's Morning Out
    West Campus

    WEST CAMPUS

    Mother's Morning Out West Campus

    Birth-5 years old

    Our Mother's Morning Out program has been designed to meet the needs of parents while providing an opportunity for your child to make friends and learn about the love of Jesus.  Classes meet on various days during the EVSC and Warrick County school year at our Newburgh and West Campus from 9:00 AM-Noon. Class sizes are limited, registration is required prior to attending.

    Click here for information about age groups, curriculum, activities, fees, and tution. If you have any questions, contact Tammy Silen at 812-518-1471.

    Online registration available for the 2019-2020 school year, space is limited, register now to secure your child's placement.

    REGISTRATION 2019-2020 WEST CAMPUS

    West Campus Monthly Tuition Payment 2019-2020

     

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    Serving Opportunities

    Serve with us!

    Our Crossroads Kids ministry partners with parents to lead their children to become disciples who make disciples. We think we have an incredible opportunity every weekend to love on the next generation of kids. I’m sure you can remember in your younger days someone who was older than you, whether that was mom or dad, grandma or grandpa, youth pastor or small group leader, someone showing and leading you to Jesus. You could have a part in doing that same thing to the next generation. We have many opportunities at Crossroads Kids for your gifts and talents God has given you to come alive in our ministry.

    Crossroads Kids Volunteer Application

    If you have any questions, please contact Alison Bond at or 812-518-1424.

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    FAQs

    How early can I check in my child?
    15 minutes prior to service time.

    What if I am called during Worship or my class?
    That means that we need you to come and care for your child. If your child is in Nursery or Preschool and you are called, then please go directly to your child’s classroom. A volunteer leader or staff member will meet you.

    What safety/security measures are in place?
    All volunteers must fill out a volunteer application. We request two references for each volunteer in addition to a criminal background check. All workers are screened, thoroughly trained, and wear identification while serving. All children must have a security tag before entering a classroom and parents must show their matching tag when picking up their child. What if my child becomes sick or injured? If your child appears to be ill or injured, we will call you to come care for your child.

    What if my child cries when I leave them?
    In most cases children will adjust quickly. Our volunteers and staff are trained to deal with upset children. However, if your child continues to cry for more than 10 minutes, we will call you.