Welcome to Crossline Christian Preschool
It’s truly an honor to partner with you through your child’s preschool years as we believe God’s best for your family! We hope you’ll find our policies and procedures as a helpful guide for a smooth and successful year.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Does my child have to be potty trained?
- We do not require children to be potty trained and are happy to help when you feel that your child is ready to start the process.
- How do you handle food allergies?
- Please be sure to let us know if your child has any food allergies and we will take precautions to ensure they stay safe. All of the snacks that we provide are nut-free. Your child is always welcome to bring their own snack from home.
- Are all of the teachers CPR and health and safety certified?
- How does Crossline handle discipline for the children?
- Young children are learning and exploring the world around them. When conflicts arise, all teachers will manage behavior in their classrooms in a non-punitive, age appropriate manner. Children are encouraged to learn problem-solving skills and become self-correcting. They are given the opportunity to choose alternatives that will enable them to participate in a socially acceptable manner without reinforcing their negative behavior.
- How much is tuition?
- Our tuition schedule is provided to families when they tour.
Pest Management Plan
The Healthy Schools Act of 2000 requires that all schools provide families of students with annual written notification of expected pesticide use on school sites. The notification will identify the active ingredient or ingredients in each pesticide product and include the internet address (http:www.cdpr.ca.gov) for further information on pesticides and the alternatives.
Parents and guardians will be notified at least 72 hours before pesticides are applied on campus.
Covid-19 Prevention Plan
In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Crossline Christian Preschool will follow the recommendations of our local health department, and the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), and the California Department of Public Health(CDPH) for pandemic outbreak. Our Health Policy reflects the current fluid situation and will be adjusted if any changes arise.
- Identify reliable sources of information such as the local public health department and the CDC www.cdc.gov.
- Decide how families and staff will be contacted in the event of a closure.
- Educate staff and families about prevention, for example: hand washing, staying home if you’re sick, coughing or sneezing into your sleeve, and getting a yearly flu vaccination.
- Improve cleaning and disinfecting: surfaces, furniture, and toys may require increased attention.
- Encourage families to consider their options for backup childcare plans if a closure occurs.
- Keep supplies on hand including:soap, paper towels, tissues, toilet paper, and cleaning and disinfecting products.
- Plan for staff absences.
To respond to illness, we will:
- Require families to notify the school of confirmed cases/exposure of children, family, and staff.
- Conduct Morning Health Checks at time of check-in, prior to parent or guardian signing their child in.
- Have a designated location in the director’s office for a cot where an ill child may wait and rest until being picked up by a parent or other designated adult. The ill child will be monitored by a staff member during this time.
- Require staff to stay home if they have signs of illness (fever, dry cough, body aches). They will remain home until the Public Health/CDC/Primary Care Provider determines it is safe for them to return.
- Communicate with staff and families about the extent of illness in our program and any changes that may need to be made to our usual routine.