Learning Center Handbook
This Handbook contains current information regarding policies, standards, principles, rules, and activities of Crossroads Christian Academy. The Center will try to give advance notice of change to this handbook whenever possible. However, the administration reserves the right to make changes when it is deemed advisable and/or necessary.
Crossroads Christian Academy and Learning Center do not discriminate against students on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex or religion. All students have equal access to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students. Crossroads Educational Ministries is also a Christian educational institution, and as such, requires the highest levels of conformance to Christian principles, ethics and beliefs. The administration of this school recognizes that it is not possible to meet the educational needs of all children or families due to our moral, ethical or religious philosophy.
CrossRoads Christian Academy and Learning Center
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Our Statement of Faith
As an integral ministry of Crossroads Community Church of the Nazarene, Crossroads Christian Academy has adopted a philosophy of teaching that incorporates God’s Word as set forth in the Association of Christian School International’s Statement of Faith.
1. The Bible to be inspired, the only infallible, authoritative, inerrant Word of God (2 Timothy 3:15)
2. There is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit (Genesis 1:1, Matthew 28:19, John 10:30)
3. In the deity of Jesus Christ (John 10:33)
His virgin birth (Isaiah 7:14, Matthew 1:23, Luke 1:35)
His sinless life (Hebrews 4:15, Hebrews 7:26)
His miracles (John 2:11)
His atoning death (1 Corinthians 15:3, Ephesians 1:7, Hebrews 2:9)
His resurrection (John 11:25, 1 Corinthians 15:4)
His ascension to the right hand of the Father (Mark 16:19)
His personal return in power and glory (Acts 1:11, Revelation 9:11)
4. In the absolute necessity of regeneration by the Holy Spirit for salvation because of the sinfulness of the human nature; and that men are justified on the single ground of faith in the shed blood of Jesus Christ and that only by God’s grace and through faith alone we are saved. (John 3:16-19, John 5:24, Romans 3:23, Romans 5:8-9, Ephesians 2:8-10, Titus 3:5)
5. In the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; for those that are saved, to the resurrection of life and to those that are lost, to the resurrection of the damned. (John 5:28-29)
6. In the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ. (Romans 8:9, 1 Corinthians 12:12-13, Galatians 3:26-28)
7. In the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a Godly life (Romans 8:13-14, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, Ephesians 4:30, Ephesians 5:18)
Students and parents are encouraged to regularly attend and be involved in a Bible believing church.
Although CRCA is affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene by association and doctrine, all religious classes, devotions or chapel services are presented to acquaint the student with basic Bible knowledge and life application, and not for the purpose of indoctrination.
Crossroads Community Christian Academy
(Valley Hi Nazarene)
Educational Ministries History
Valley Hi Church of the Nazarene Learning Center began its ministry in 1980. We forever strive to improve the quality of care provided to the children and always seek to honor God in all we do.
1 Corinthians 10:31 “…So whether then, you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all to the glory of God.”
We want to point children to God
Are we a perfect organization? No! But we sincerely strive to press on toward the mark of the high calling.
Philippians 3:14, “I press on toward the goal, to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ.”
We make no apologies or excuses for upholding Godly principles and standards. We are confident that the majority of our parents choose our Christian center with the belief and hope that biblical principles and standards will be upheld.
Many of our parents are active in their own respective churches and want God’s Word and ways maintained for their children.
Others may not be active in church but choose the Christian Center with the confidence that we indeed are “apart” from worldly centers and they know God is an integral part of all we do. In our attitudes, beliefs and commitment, we make a sincere effort to maintain a spirit of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness and faithfulness as outlined in Galatians 5:22 (the fruit of the Spirit)
Why do we share all this information with you?
To show you what a diversified group of people we serve, that though backgrounds, foundations and faith may be different, we must agree on one thing….JESUS
Admissions and Attendance
If a child is going to be absent, please let us know. If they are not to be picked up by the van after school, please notify us. This saves the driver valuable time trying to locate a child that is not there.
Tuition payments are made in advance to continue to reserve a space for your child in the program. Staff and center expenses continue and must be met regardless of a child’s attendance. The only exception to this policy is the following vacation policy.
Before admission, your child will need:
In accordance with the Minimum Standards for Licensed Child Care Centers, parents must sign an enrollment agreement that includes at least the operational policies listed above, on or before admission. Our office will keep this signed document in the child’s records. Also, we are required to notify parents in writing of any changes to our operational policies and enrollment agreement. At least one copy of the updated operational policies must be signed and dated for each family. We are required to keep the updated information in the child’s records.
Each student will earn one-week vacation after one year of care. A two-week advance request must be given in writing to use your earned vacation days. If written notice is not given, days absent will not be considered vacation and the child’s account will be charged accordingly.
The definition of the “year” is from the date the child enrolls until the same time the following year consecutively with no breaks in service.
One week –5 consecutive days--may be used at no cost (free vacation).
Any time the child is absent after the 5 days are used during the period of one year from the date of enrollment will require a full week’s tuition.
Children who are here PART TIME …. Kindergarten and Afterschool children (August through May) pay full month tuition regardless of attendance or absence.
Occasionally weekly/monthly fees are subject to change as per school board decision.
Children With Need for Special Care
We are not a medically based facility. The center must ensure that children who need special care because of disabling, emotional or limiting conditions are referred to qualified psychologists, physicians, or other centers and experts recommended to care for their special needs.
Payments are due every Monday. If you pay for more than one week at a time, the payment must cover service in advance, not in arrears. Late notices will be given and action taken on delinquent accounts. A $4 charge will be applied to the account for every day the payment is not received. Grade cards and awards will be held for any student whose financial account is not current when grades are posted. Delinquent accounts will result in students not being allowed to take final exams thus affecting promotion. School records will not be released to other schools if accounts are not clear.
After the account is 15 days in arrears, services will be suspended until the account is paid in full. If the child leaves and does not return, the account will be turned over to a collection agency and will be reported to 3 national credit bureaus.
Menus are posted in the center classrooms every week. We prepare our meals so that your children will be supplied with two-thirds of their recommended daily allowances in each food group. Great time and care are spent in the planning of the menus. As we plan, we also make every attempt to select foods that children enjoy. Our schedule includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack.
If your child has allergies and needs a special diet, you must provide a doctor’s statement with an alternative food.
If your child has an allergy to milk, the family will be responsible for providing milk that is appropriate for the child.
If your child is ill, running a temperature, or feeling too ill to be up and around, do NOT send them to the center.
This is a very firm health law.
A child sent home with fever cannot return until fever free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication.
Children with any communicable diseases must be kept at home. The following illnesses require a statement from the doctor treating your child, stating that he/she is no longer contagious and is able to return to the center:
You will be notified if your child has been exposed to any contagious disease. In turn, please do the same for us, if your child has been exposed to a disease away from our center.
Periodic health checks are made for head lice. If we find lice on your child, he/she must leave the center and may return to the center when we have proof of treatment (i.e. verbally sharing with the office staff what treatment you selected and used.) There can be no nits (eggs) remaining in the hair in order to return.
Playground falls, skinned knees, etc. do happen. First aid supplies are available for minor injuries. In accordance with the Minimum Standards for Licensed Child Care Centers, after our staff ensures the safety of the child, we will notify the parent immediately after a child:
According to Minimum Standards Rules for Child Care Centers, Par. 746.307, after our staff ensures the safety of your child,
(A). We must notify the parent immediately after a child:
(C) Our staff must notify all parents of children in the child care center in writing and within 48 hours of becoming aware that a child in our care or an employee has contracted a communicable disease that the law requires us to report to the Texas Department of Health as specified in 25 TAC 97, Subchapter A (relating to Control of Communicable Diseases)
(D) Our staff must provide written notice within 48 hours to the parents of all children in a group when there is an outbreak of lice or other infestation in the group. We must either post this notice in a prominent and publicly accessible place where parents can easily view it or send an individual note to each parent.
Communication between caregivers and parents is essential to both the safe and healthy operation o four center and to give you, as parents, the ability to assess the care your children are receiving.
Inclement Weather Procedure
It is extremely rare for the weather in San Antonio to become so hazardous that we are forced to close the campus. However, on those rare occasions when the weather becomes a matter of safety for the children, parents, and teachers our policy will be to follow the lead of the area schools. On these occasions, stay tuned to your local radio and television stations. If the media announces that South San School District is closing, you will then know that our campus will close as well.
Potty training is based upon several necessary components:
Parents should advise their child’s teacher and/or the Director that they wish to begin training. The Director and teacher will do an evaluation, by which a decision will be made to begin the process or delay until all necessary components have been met.
Registration fees and Book Fees are non-refundable. If at any point you choose to withdrawal your child OR if your child is terminated from our school the books will remain property of the school. Tuition payments should be made to CROSSROADS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY or CRCA. Payments must be made in ADVANCE OF THE SERVICE PERIOD. There is a $35.00 service charge on all checks returned for insufficient funds. After a returned check, you will be required to pay by money order or cashier’s check for all future tuition payments. Your faithfulness in keeping tuition accounts current is essential to maintain our center in a professional manner. Late fees are assessed at the rate of $4 per day. After 15 days, services will be suspended until the account is paid in full.
Termination of Services
Our desire in operating the ministry of Crossroads Christian Academy is to maintain a tradition of excellence and strive to improve the quality of care provided to children and parents. We realize that we are not perfect, but will make every effort to walk in the fruit of the Spirit.
There must be limits of service in regard to those parents who we find it impossible to serve, or there may be a few children that we are unable to provide care for due to abusive or inappropriate behavior toward classmates and/or teachers.
Once again, though we a service ministry, we do have limits.
Therefore, please be advised of the following notice:
Crossroads Christian Academy is a private Christian Academy. Enrollment in our academy is a privilege, not a right. Therefore, we reserve the right to refuse services to a child/family whom the administration believes may pose a threat to the spiritual, physical, mental and emotional well being of this ministry.
We reserve the right to terminate services to a child, children, parent, or family, who display an uncooperative attitude in regard to:
We reserve the right to terminate services to a child, or children, whose behavior to other children or a teacher/staff member is abusive, inappropriate or threatening. The length of time from the “Notice of Termination” to the actual termination date will be determined by the director and Pastor.
Payments are due in advance of service (Monday).
Late fees are assessed at $4.00 per day. Services will be suspended after 15 days. The child/children will not be allowed to return until payment is made in full.
Late notices will be given and action taken on delinquent accounts. Chronic late payments will result in the dismissal of the student until the account is cleared. Grade cards and awards will be held for any student whose financial account is not current when grades are posted. Delinquent accounts will result in students not being allowed to take final exams thus affecting promotion. School records will not be released to other schools if accounts are not clear.
Delinquent accounts will be turned over to a collection agency and will be reported to 3 national credit bureaus.
You are required to pay whether your student attends or not as long as they are enrolled in the Learning Center unless you are approved for your vacation time after one year of care. Refer to Chapter One, Student Vacation for further details and policy.
Registration fees and Book Fees are non-refundable. If at any point you choose to withdrawal your child OR if your child is terminated from our school the books will remain property of the school. Tuition payments should be made to CROSSROADS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY. Payments must be made in ADVANCE OF THE SERVICE PERIOD. There is a $35.00 service charge on all checks returned for insufficient funds. After a returned check, you will be required to pay by money order or cashier’s check for all future tuition payments. If you are receiving services for 3 or more days of the week you will be responsible for paying the entire weekly rate for that week. This only applies to the first week of enrollment and if services are terminated for your child. Your faithfulness in keeping tuition accounts current is essential to maintain our center in a professional manner. Late fees are assessed at the rate of $4.00 per day. After 15 days, services will be suspended until the account is paid in full.
Late Pick Up Fees
Though our staff is very committed to this ministry, they have families waiting for them. Our staff cannot
care for children past 6:30 p.m.
According to state law, no child is to be in child care for more than ten (10) hours per day.
Late pick up fees are as follows:
FIRST LATE PICK UP
SECOND LATE PICK UP
FINAL LATE PICK UP
6:30 – 6:40 $25.00
6:30 – 6:40 $35.00
6:30 – 6:40 $45.00
6:40 – 6:50 $35.00
6:40 – 6:50 $45.00
6:40 – 6:50 $55.00
6:50 – 7:00 $45.00
6:50 – 7:00 $55.00
6:50 – 7:00 $65.00
ALL LATE FEES ARE DUE WITHIN TWENTY FOUR HOURS OF LATE PICK UP
FAMILIES WILL BE DISMISSED FROM CARE AFTER 3 LATE PICK UPS.
CHILDREN LEFT PAST 7:00 P.M. WILL BE TURNED OVER TO THE SAN ANTONIO POLICE DEPARTMENT AND CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES
We strive to maintain a good working atmosphere for our teachers, believing they will serve your children better by having some time away to be revived and rested. Therefore, they are given holidays off each year. Because many of our expenses continue, full tuition is charged for the period in which these days fall.
If we know that our attendance is going to be exceptionally low on other religious, state of federal holidays, parents will be notified of campus closings well in advance to make arrangements.
Crossroads Christian Academy is a religious, non-profit education institution and ministry with high moral and ethical standards, dedicated to the task of providing tradition education in a Christ-centered environment. It is not an alternative educational source, a corrective institution, nor a reform school.
Our goals are not to reform, but to train in the highest principles of Christian leadership, self-discipline, individual responsibility, personal integrity, and good citizenship. Students and faculty are required to reflect these ideals in their dress, appearance, attitudes and relationships.
Some children do not adjust to a disciplined, structured, authoritative academic environment. In such cases, the school reserves the right to place such students on probation or suspension for a reasonable corrective period of time, and to dismiss any student who does not cooperate with the total educational process.
Articles Banned From the Center
Crossroads Christian Academy practices a selective policy in regard to videos, toys, games, etc. brought from home.
“Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are of good report, if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.” Philippians 4:8
Faculty and Staff
The center director is well qualified in the realm of preschool education and directs the curriculum preparation and changes. The director and staff meet Texas Department of Human Services’ requirements for staff qualifications, education and training. Staff are carefully screened and, upon hiring, each one receives orientation of the Center’s expectations. Great care is taken in selecting staff who will love, teach and care for your child. Our staff members are professionals and our center offers a supportive service to parents and their children. Our staff needs your support in return to re-enforce the ideas and goals we work toward for your children. The teachers are experienced in teaching children and are qualified to guide your child in preschool and kindergarten learning experiences. They are not trained or qualified to care for children with significant emotional, academic or physical needs. The curriculum is planned on a unit basis with daily plans for each class.
If your child has any emotional, physical or learning problems, it is the parent’s responsibility to inform us so that we may determine if we are adequately qualified and trained to meet your child’s needs. If after enrollment, symptoms of learning disabilities or special needs are recognized or suspected, the parent will be asked to have the child evaluated through the local public school district or a diagnostician of their choice. Results of these tests must be provided to the academy to assist the administration in determining placement for the child or other suitable resources for the total development of the child.
Code of Conduct
Behavior and Conduct
Children must learn to know the limit of acceptable behavior. This gives them a sense of security. With this in mind, discipline shall be based on an understanding of individual needs. Development of the child shall be directed toward teaching the child acceptable behavior. Teachers will work to re-direct aggressive behavior and will teach the child to respect the rights of others and to respect the property of others.
Actions that evidence disrespect, indifference, dishonesty or disruptive behavior will be handled by both teachers and administrators in the most positive manner possible. However, we have the right to reserve full discretion in necessary discipline, suspension or expulsion as determined by the administration and pastor of Crossroads Community Church in regard to chronic, flagrant or severe actions and/or behavior of students.
Transportation to designated public schools is provided for those children brought to the center early in the morning and pick-ups are made for afterschool to return the children to the center for parents to come for after their work. Be reminded it is impossible to be at each school at exact dismissal. The children will be instructed where to wait to minimize delay. Instruct your child to get to the van as promptly as possible. The van will only make one stop at each school. If your child is not there and misses the van, the school will call the parents to pick up their child.
All students are expected to obey bus rules. They are to wear a safety belt and speak in quiet tones. Any misbehavior on the bus will be reported to the parents. Bus pick up is a privilege and misbehavior or defiance will not be tolerated and will result in the student being banned from school pick up.
Discipline and Guidance Policy
Included in your registration packet is a sheet entitled “Discipline and Guidance Policy for Crossroads Christian Academy”. This information is provided to you in compliance with the Minimum Standards for Child Care Centers, par. 746.2811. Please sign the policy and return it to the office so that we may keep it for our files. Our staff will provide written notice of any changes made to this Discipline and Guidance Policy. If changes are submitted to you, they must be signed and returned to our office for your child’s file. (par. 746.2813)
What Not to Bring
Because of the problem of loss or breakage, children are asked NOT to bring toys, books, CDs, phones, ipads or any other device such as the ipad or DS . No food or drinks with the exception of refreshments brought for birthday parties, seasonal parties, etc.
Willful Destruction of Equipment, Property or Toys
Children are encouraged to care for school items just as they would be taught to take proper care of items at home. Normal wear and tear of equipment, property, and toys is to be expected.
However, in a case of intentional or willful destruction, the center will expect the parent to be responsible (i.e. destroying a toy, property, equipment in anger, causing serious damage to the building and/or contents.)
Texas State Law requires the staff of all child care facilities report any suspected abuse or neglect of a child to the Texas Department of Child Protective Services or a law enforcement agency. Failure to report suspected child abuse is punishable by fines up to $20,000 and/or confinement up to 180 days, and termination of the child care center’s license.
Schedules and Daily Activities
Although we have a structured curriculum, we also encourage learning activities that are creative and fun. There are times scheduled during the day which allow the child to play at various interest centers. Operating in a Christian atmosphere, we want the children to experience that God loves them and that they should love one another. As weather permits, both outdoor and indoor activities will be provided.
If your child is too sick to go out, he/she is too ill to be in the center.
According to the Minimum Standards for Child Care Centers, Par. 746.2209, our staff must post the activity plan for each group of children in the center in a prominent place where parents and others are able to see it. This activity information helps both staff and parents have a common understanding about the level of care and educational practices we use in our program. These activity plans are on file in the Director’s office for 3 months and are available for review during the hours of operation.
Arrival and Departure
Please make certain that a staff member knows when your child arrives and departs. Your child must be signed in and out each day by an adult. Do not send your child into the center alone.
In order for the children to benefit from all services, activities and curriculum in every age group, all children should arrive no later than 9:00 a.m. each day.
We are always happy to celebrate each child’s birthday. Parents are encouraged to provide refreshments for your child’s class on this special day. We will cooperate with you by taking pictures if you send your camera. All food must be purchased and not home made. All parties must be pre-arranged with your child’s teacher. If your child is planning an off-campus birthday party, invitations are not allowed on campus unless all the children in your child’s classroom receive an invitation. Failure to comply with this policy will result in invitations being discarded by the office.
A supervised nap time is provided for all children each day after the noon meal. Each child needs:
This type of mat can be purchased at Target or WalMart stores. They are inexpensive but not extremely durable. If your child’s mat becomes torn or badly worn, we will advise the parent to purchase another one. Texas Department of Human Resources checks the condition of our rest mats. Security items such as a favorite blanket or stuffed animal may be brought to school if needed for comfort.
Our Itty Bitties
Because infants are not able to communicate essential information to their parents, it is important that as caregivers and parents, we are able to communicate well. In compliance with the Minimum Standards for Child Care Centers, par. 746.2431, our center will provide you with a daily report for the infants and toddlers in our care. This report will include the following:
Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Programs
The state of Texas recommends that children are provided sound foundations for higher learning. Crossroads Christian Academy provides a fun and literacy rich environment in which children are able to thrive. Our classrooms are exciting and active places full of math, language and reading activities.
The state mandates that once a child begins an organized kindergarten that the child must then be in attendance no less than 90% during the school months in order that the child learns the essential elements of kindergarten.
Please realize that our Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten programs are important stepping stones to elementary school. We assume all parents who enroll in our program will be sure that their child meets the attendance requirements.
The Standard Achievement Test is administered in the month of April of each school year and is a testimony to each child’s progress through the school year.
Crossroads Christian Academy uses ABeka curriculum exclusively for our academic program.
Individual Class Development Objectives
Our children participate in a program that includes
They will be taught right from wrong, manners, sharing, listening skills, and how to follow directions. They are also expected to make every reasonable attempt to complete their assignments in a timely manner. There are opportunities to use puzzles, manipulatives, game computers and art supplies. They will also learn colors, shapes, alphabet, left to right progression, phonics, reading readiness and mathematics readiness. There are opportunities for free play throughout the day.
In addition to academic studies, the children will have units of study such as school days, home, family, friends, self, seasons, harvest time, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, love, farms, transportation, senses, community helpers, Easter, foods, manners, animals, machines and tools, Fiesta, Mother’s Day.
Clothing and Personal Belongings
Each child must have a complete set of clothing at the center. The clothes should be marked with the child’s name. This change of clothing is very important in the case of soiled clothing. Having the clothes available enables us to change your child and continue with the day’s activities rather than calling the parent away from his/her work place to bring clothing to the center.
Children should be dressed at home before arriving at the center. We encourage outdoor play so please provide a sweater or coat with a hood or cap when the weather is cold. Please dress your child in clothing that is comfortable, washable, and appropriate for the season. Tennis shoes or other comfortable shoes with a rubber sole and closed-toed are best suited for preschool activities and play. With the exception of Western Day, BOOTS ARE NOT ALLOWED.
CRCA is not responsible for any personal effects damaged lost or missing; such as jewelry, game toys or heirlooms.
Our toddlers that are not potty trained are required to use disposable diapers. These diapers must be furnished by the parent. If your child is being potty trained, you must provide Pull Ups. Should the center find it necessary to furnish them there will be a $3.00 charge for each one used.
Wet wipes, powder and other essentials for changing are to be provided by the parent.
Children will not be accepted without adequate supplies to meet their needs. Diapers, change of clothes, wipes, mats and blankets in good condition are to be provided by the parents.
Crossroads Christian Academy is a learning center for children of parents who desire an education environment for their children where Jesus is Lord.
Our center is designed to help your child grow spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally and socially. There is a religious atmosphere and it is our desire to make Christ and His teachings a real part of our program.
Good communication and cooperation between staff and parents is essential for the benefit of the child. Should conflicts or disagreements arise, Christian action will be taken to resolve the conflict. However, the center would reserve the right to request that services be terminated so that you and your child can be better served at another center. Termination would be decided by the Director upon consultation with the Pastor.
On occasion, we need assistance with field trips, school parties, etc. We also need your help with fundraisers. Fundraisers are an excellent way to generate funds for additional items for classrooms and equipment for the playground. Another important issue is your support and reinforcement of the goals and objectives we have chosen for your child.
Parent visitation is permitted. We want our parents to feel welcome and that our doors are always open. Our only request is that you try to be selective about the times you visit. It can be very disruptive for a child and his classmates to have a parent come during our teaching time. We realize you would like to see your child in action but a child usually does not participate in class when the parent is observing. We will co-operate with you if this is your desire, but feel helping with parties, field trips, etc is the more appropriate time for parent participation. Please come to the Learning Center office to receive a name badge before entering the classroom during the day.
Gang Free Zone
We here at CrossRoads Christian Academy would like to ensure our parents that the well being and safety of their children is our top priority. As per House Bill 2086 of the 81st Legislature, Regular Session 2009, we would like to inform parents that under the Texas Penal Code any area within 100feet of this child care center is considered a gang free zone.
Safety of Children’s Products
CrossRoads Christian Academy would like to inform parents that it is the center’s responsibility for reviewing recalls issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC), when a child’s product is considered unsafe. As per Senate Bill 95 of the 81t Legislature, Regular Session, 2009
Emergency Preparedness Plan
In the event of an emergency which requires our center to relocate. Crossroads Christian Academy will adhere to the following procedures:
**Evacuation will consist of transporting students using our facilities vans**
Student Withdrawal Process
A 2 week written notice is required when withdrawing your student(s). This includes at the end of the Academic Year. Because we offer care through the summer, this will alleviate any confusion with your account. We will have a definite date to stop charging your account.
I understand that periodically throughout the school year, pictures will be taken of parties, field trips, special activities, etc.
I give permission for my child _______________________________________to be photographed. These pictures will not be sold or used for profit.
Parent Signature Date
Having read this booklet containing the policies herein stated, of Crossroads Christian Academy, we/I hereby certify that we/I understand and agree to comply with the policies set forth. We/I acknowledge that abuse of these policies could cause dismissal. We/I understand that failure to keep our/my account paid on time will result in dismissal of our/my child and we/I will make payment promptly.
I/we are aware that tuition payments are due in advance of service and a $4.00 per day late fee will be assessed until the payment is made. Late fees will also be applied to returned checks.
Parent Signature Date
Parent Signature Date