Wildwood Kids Video Tour
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of the most common questions we've been hearing from our families, along with a helpful answer. If you still have more questions, please don't hesitate to reach out!
Is there a limit to how many kids can be in the kid’s area at one time?
Unfortunately, yes. In order for us to have the Kids Ministry open during this time and keep the kids and volunteers safe, we need to set a limit to the number of kids that can attend each Sunday.
What is the limit of kids that can attend?
- Preschool age (2-4 years old) has a limit of 6 kids
- K-5th grade has a limit of 10 kids
What happens if you hit your limit of kids?
Unfortunately, if we hit our set limit we cannot accept more kids at this time. If we are hitting our limit then we will strive to make more available if we can. We are running into a problem of not only space but also volunteers to run more rooms if the need arises.
Is nursery available?
At this time nursery will NOT be available but we hope to be able to offer it again soon.
How will check-in look?
- As your kids arrive you will be asked if your child or anyone in your immediate family has had any COVID-related symptoms in the past few days.
- Your child’s temperature will be taken.
- Give your phone number to the check-in desk volunteer so that they can get your child’s name tag printed.
Will I need to register my child?
If you do not register your child, we cannot guarantee that we will have space available. Click here for the reservation form.
What happens if you are full for registration and it is not Sunday yet?
We will not open up more spots. You can email our Children’s Minister (Brandi Swofford) and she can place you on the waiting list in case someone who did register ends up needing to back out for that Sunday.
How far in advance can I register my child?
Registration begins Monday morning for the following Sunday. You CANNOT register more than a week in advance. Registration will be first come first serve, so please register early.
Will my child have to wear a mask?
At this time yes, masks will be required as we continue to abide by St. Louis County public health guidelines. Our volunteers will also be wearing masks.
Will there be precautions in place to help to not spread germs?
Short answer, yes. We will be limiting what will be in the room. Sanitizing will happen each week. Supplies will not be shared between the kids.
Will snacks be available during this time?
We will not be doing snacks during this time in either class.