At Crossroads Daycare it is our desire to help keep you and your child connected. We want to remain on the same page with you at all times. Working together helps each child truly reach their potential in all areas: socially, spiritually, intellectually, and creatively!
Crossroads Daycare Responsibilities
Crossroads Daycare will provide, to the best of our ability, a safe preschool facility that supports the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of your child. We offer completely supervised indoor and outdoor play areas and equipment eliminating the need to bring toys or other items from home except for the occasional "special occasion" or "show-n-tell" time. NO toy guns, knives, or swords please.
Crossroads preschool will keep all personal information on file for use, as needed, pertaining to your child. Children will only be released to those designated on the Authorized to Pick-Up Form and in some cases a Picture ID may still be required. On occasion a phone call can be accepted from the Parent/Guardian with proper credentials.
We strive to find loving, Christian Care givers that have a heart for God, Family, and People and with a special desire to advance, or start, their career working with children. We offer on-going training and development with low or no out-of-pocket expense right here in our preschool facility.
A clean change of clothing for “accidents" will need to be available at the childcare facility each day for all children not in school. Clothing can be left in a child's cubby or brought in a back-pack or carry type bag daily labeled with the child's information.
Infants and younger children are encouraged to leave a supply of diapers, wipes, diaper rash ointment, etc. at the daycare facility for ease of transferring items.
Parent/Guardian is responsible for reporting any changes in their personal information, in writing, as soon as possible including but not limited to: employment, work hours, or persons authorized to pick up your child so you may be contacted in the event of any emergency.
Potty training is a joint effort between all parties caring for the child. Any child in the “potty training" stage, must have a supply of pull-ups and wipes available at all times. They must arrive in a pull-up and easy-up/down clothing. It is sometimes a challenging process for young children to arrive at a stage where they are able to judge how long they can "hold" and therefore, often frustrating for all involved. A child who regularly goes at home can easily be distracted while at play in daycare.