Experiencing a loving Savior in an exciting and relevant way… This is the desire of our RockPointe Children’s Ministry. Thank you for taking the time to explore our website. We hope it provides a glimpse into the heart of our ministry.

Sunday Mornings

RPC KIDS: Birth – 5th Grade

The mission of RPC Kids is to partner with families to build strong spiritual foundations, while enabling children to grow into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  On Sunday mornings, we use the Orange Curriculum to teach God’s word in a fun, deep and engaging way.  For more information on age specific programming, click on a section below.

Newborns through 18 months are welcomed into a safe, loving environment. It is important to us that you and your child are happy while they are in our care. We will inquire of your child’s needs when they arrive and let you know of any news when you pick them up.

When children are able, they participate in our Bibles and Bells program and sing about how special God’s Word is. In addition, our trained volunteers will share a "Basic Truth" from the Bible and pray over your child each week.

If we need to notify you during service, we will do so by sending you a text message.

Helpful Hints:

  • Bring extra diapers and a change of clothes.
  • Label any items brought to class including cups, pacifiers, and diapers.
  • We promote your children based upon development. When your child begins walking, they will move to the older nursery class. One of our caregivers will discuss this with you before a class change is made.
  • All of our volunteers are background checked and trained on how to best care for your child
  • We maintain a safe ratio in each class
  • Our rooms and toys are sanitized each week

For more information, contact Margo Baisley.

Toddlers are invited to a class that is filled with fun and exciting things to do. We have specific guidelines in order to provide a safe, clean environment. Each week of the year, we use the Orange: First Look preschool curriculum to teach Biblical truths. The little ones then participate in craft time and take home something special that helps them remember the story they learned. Our volunteers also pray a different biblical virtue over them each month.

If there is a need for us to notify you during the service, we will text you.

Helpful Hints:

  • Bring extra diapers and a change of clothes.
  • Label any items brought to class including cups, pacifiers, and diapers.
  • Do not bring any toys from home. It is hard for children to share their special toys plus it is difficult for teachers to know which toys belong to each child.
  • If your child is potty training, please communicate this to the teacher.
  • All of our volunteers are background checked and trained on how to best care for your child.
  • We maintain a safe ratio in each class.
  • Our rooms and toys are sanitized each week.

When your child arrives, he/she will be greeted with a warm welcome! Children have a few minutes when they arrive to choose a station to enjoy. Next, Our Pre-K children participate in a large group environment for their age-appropriate lesson from the Orange: First Look preschool curriculum. Children respond to what they’ve heard with a time of worship through singing and then break into small groups for discussion and a time to create.

For more information about the Orange Curriculum, click on the link below.

Scope and Cycle for Preschool

If there is a need for us to notify you during service, we will text you.

  • All of our volunteers are background checked and trained on how to best care for your child.
  • We maintain a safe ratio in each class.
  • Our rooms and toys are sanitized each week.

All children are a part of God’s story. We invite your Kinder-3rd grade children to come be a part of our weekend experience at RockPointe and discover what God’s word says in a dynamic, energetic, age-appropriate way using the Orange: 252 Basics elementary curriculum! They will spend time in a combination of large and small groups, connecting and engaging with the Word and with each other. Classes are held on Sunday morning during the 9:15am and 11:00am services.

For more information about the Orange Curriculum and to view parent resources, click on the links below.

Three Basic Truths

Big Picture Overview

Scope and Cycle for Kids

WHAT IS MERGE?

Imagine being a 4th or 5th grade student. You don’t quite think you are a kid anymore (even though you are), but you’re not yet a teenager. So, where do you fit in during this transitional period of your life? RockPointe Children’s Ministry believes our 4th and 5th grade students need a learning environment all their own. Merge is an environment that is challenging, crazy fun, and works with parents to prepare these kids for the next chapter of their lives. Classes are held Sunday morning in WestPointe Building during the 9:15am and 11:00am services. Children will enjoy learning from the Orange: 252 Basics preteen curriculum and worshipping together along with a live band each week!

For more information about the Orange Curriculum and to view parent resources, click on the links below.

Three Basic Truths

Big Picture Overview

Scope and Cycle for Preteens

MULTIPLY is an RPC Kids mentoring program where Disciple Makers walk alongside 4th/5th graders to aid in their spiritual journey.

Disciple Makers (DMs) are RockPointe high school students and young adults who have a desire to make a spiritual impact with children.  The goal of the DM is to help his/her group of children mature in their walk with Jesus.

Mentees are RockPointe Church 4th/5th graders who want to work intentionally at maturing in their spiritual walk with Jesus.  In most cases, children will be in a group with 2 other children and one or two Disciple Makers (DMs) as their mentors.

Children will check into their Sunday morning grade-level classes and attend the initial small group portion, as well as the full large group portion of programming.  After large group, the DMs will gather their mentees and will meet in and around the RockPointe campus buildings and outdoor seating areas.  Parents will pick up their children in their small group classroom at the conclusion of services.  The meetings will consist of discussions around topics that are relevant to upper elementary students. Click HERE for an example of a discussion TalkSheet that will be used.

Meetings between DMs and their mentees will occur on Sundays during the small group portion of regular Children's Ministry programming at the 9:15am or 11:00am services.  Please see the exact dates below.

Meeting Dates for Fall/Spring 2017-2018

September 17: Parent/Child Information Meeting

September 24

October 1

October 8

October 15

October 22

October 29

January 7

January 14

January 21

January 28

March 4

March 18

March 28

May 6

May 13

May 20

Multiply registration is now closed. Please email Linda Morrison at linda@rpcstaff.org to be placed on a wait list.

Please note there is an important Parent/Child Information Meeting on September 17th from 9:30a-10:45a in room 309B (located in the east wing of the main building.)

Interested in becoming a Disciple Maker (DM)?

Begin the application process today by clicking below.

Disciple Maker

For more information about MULTIPLY, please contact Linda Morrison.

RockPointe strives to provide an accepting environment where individuals with special needs can learn about Christ. For families with children who have been diagnosed with a disability, whether it is physical or mental, we will provide a “Buddy” for your child during the 9:15 am or 11:00 am Sunday morning worship services. Our “Buddy” will pair up with your child to accompany and help with participation in their age-appropriate classroom.

For more information, please visit our Embrace: Special Needs site.

RPC Kids is participating in the same challenge as the rest of the church...kids can read through the Bible in a year, too!

Please feel free to use the following resources to guide you through your reading and to log your progress.  We will have a table set up in NorthPointe and WestPointe every 4-6 weeks with little prizes for those children who participate in the challenge and bring their completed reading logs.  Additionally, we will have a testimony board set up in each building for children to write stories about how being in the Word helped them through a hard time, challenged them to dig deeper, called them into a fuller relationship with Christ, encouraged them to share their faith, etc.

Fresh Start Reading Plan

5 Verses a Day

Essential Jesus Challenge

Entire Bible Reading Plan

Current Reading Log

RPC Kids Reading Plan Dates

The following resources are also available, if you'd like to read through the Bible as a family.  Click HERE for more information or look through the following sources to find the best option for you and your family.

Youversion Audio/Plan Resources:
Other Mobile Options:
Books/Bibles Resources:

Wednesday Evenings

Ignite Kids! offers children in 1st-5th grade an amazing opportunity to grow in both discipleship and a skill, while encouraging community with other kids.  Children choose one discipleship option and one skill option each school year (from August to March).

*Children from birth – Kindergarten have the opportunity to attend our Faith Builders class on Wednesday evenings.  To be eligible to register a child for Faith Builders, the child’s parent(s) must be registered for an adult class that meets at the same time as Faith Builders.

DATES & TIMES

Wednesdays from 6:00pm – 7:50pm

The fall semester dates are Wednesday, 8/30/17 to Wednesday, 11/8/17.

LOCATION

RockPointe Church

PARTICIPANT AGE RANGE

1st grade – 5th grade

PARTICIPANT COST

$20 per child (includes all supplies, reference materials, and the end of year party)

SKILL OPTIONS

Each child will select one discipleship option and one skill option for the school year.  Skill classes meet during the first part of the evening from 6:00-6:45pm.

3rd-5th grade

 

This class for girls focuses on the heart of the dancer as a worshiper, training both the body and spirit as they learn to minister to others through God-centered dance.  *Dancers in this class will have an opportunity to perform twice during the school year (once at the RPC Kids Christmas Worship Program on 12/23/17 and once in the spring).  Additional rehearsals are required, so mark your calendars for Wednesdays 11/29, 12/6, 12/13, 12/20 from 6:00-8:00pm and Mondays 12/4 and 12/11 from 6:00-7:30pm, and Tuesday 12/19 from 6:00-7:30pm.  Dancers will purchase one costume (an additional $40 cost) and one pair of shoes (Tan Gore Jazz Shoes), which will be used for both performances.

1st-5th grade

This program concentrates on teaching children how to praise God with singing and helps children learn to be true worshipers from the inside out.  As a Joy Jam participant, your child will be preparing for the RPC Kids Christmas Program with the potential of being assigned a special role. The program is on Saturday, 12/23/17, and registration will open on 10/29.  Practices are on Wednesday evenings (11/29, 12/6, 12/13, 12/20).

**Registration for this class is full.

3rd-5th grade

These young actors will practice beginning acting skills and script reading. Our fall semester will include practicing for specific roles in the RPC Kids Christmas Program on Saturday, 12/23/17. Registration for the program will open on 10/29. Practices are on Wednesday evenings (11/29, 12/6, 12/13, 12/20), so mark your calendars! Our spring semester will afford your children the opportunity to perform in front of an audience of their peers.

3rd-5th grade

This discovery class for boys will host a variety of outdoor activities.  Those may include fishing, craftsmanship, marksmanship, and assorted games teaching spiritual life lessons along the way.

DISCIPLESHIP OPTIONS

Each child will select one discipleship option and one skill option for the school year.  Discipleship classes meet during the second part of the evening from 6:45-7:50pm.

1st-3rd grade

Skills, Drills and Thrills is a program designed for 1st - 3rd graders to train children to hide God's word in their hearts.  This introductory class teaches kids how to navigate the Bible, memorize Bible verses, and learn the books of the Bible through games, lessons, and more!

4th-5th grade

The Bible Drill discipleship path is a dynamic program in which children will memorize 25 verses, 10 key passages and the names of all 66 books of the Bible.  It is essential that parents partner with the child to learn the material. In addition to practice time, please pray, motivate, and encourage your child as he/she memorizes God’s Word. Children will have the opportunity to compete at an associational and state level during the spring semester.

A Drill Bible is required for this class ($13) and is available for purchase during registration.

**Registration for this class is full.

4th-5th grade

We are excited to offer this new discipleship path!  During the fall semester, children will take the Discover 4 Yourself class and during the spring semester, children will take the Level UP course.

Discover 4 Yourself introduces the basics of inductive Bible study, observation, interpretation, and application. As kids learn about people in the Bible, the way things were done in biblical times, the amazing miracles performed, and numerous terrific adventures found in the Bible, they will discover that God's Word speaks to them right where they are today.

Kids are not merely the leaders of tomorrow; they can have a measurable impact on the Kingdom right now! In Level UP, kids learn foundational biblical leadership truths as they develop their imaginations and put creative thinking into action. They will also work together to design a service project that impacts a real need in the community.

**Registration for this class is full.

4th-5th grade

This discipleship path will provide age-appropriate answers to tough questions that kids ask about God, Jesus, faith, grace, creation, and the Bible.  During the fall semester, children will take the Case for Christ for Kids class and during the spring semester, children will take the Apologetics for Kids course.

Case For Christ: For Kids is an apologetics class for children who are searching for ways to answer some tough questions, as well as ways to confidently defend their faith.  This class will help them answer big questions on the existence, miracles, ministry and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.

The Apologetics for Kids curriculum is "It All Begins with Genesis" and focuses on the importance of a biblical worldview and why a worldview must be founded on the authority and accuracy of God's Word.  Kids will become prepared to read and understand the Bible and apply it to their own lives – strengthening their faith and equipping them to share with others and defend what they believe.

DROP OFF / PICK UP INFORMATION

Wednesday Ignite Kids! check-in will take place in both the NorthPointe children’s lobby and the WestPointe lobby starting at 5:45pm.  Parents will drop children off in their SKILL classroom (see skill classrooms below).  Pick up will be in the child’s DISCIPLESHIP location (see discipleship classrooms below).

Glory Moves - NorthPointe Collide large group room

Joy Jam - WestPointe Merge large group room

Skit Kids - NorthPointe Kinder/1st grade room

B.I.G Time (Boys Ignited by God) - WestPointe North Quadrant room (right side)

Bible Drill - NorthPointe Kinder/1st grade and 3rd grade rooms

Skills, Drills and Thrills - WestPointe North and South Quadrants

Case for Christ / Apologetics for Kids - NorthPointe training room

Discover 4 Yourself / Level UP - NorthPointe 2nd grade room

REGISTRATION

Registration is now open!

Ignite Kids!

To register for this event, please create an account in our new myRPC community. You can learn more about myRPC on our info page.

You will receive login credentials within 24 hours of signing up HERE* for your initial account set up. Once you receive your account information, you can register for this event by selecting this event in the FORMS tab within myRPC.  After your initial myRPC set up it will be easier than ever before to register for events, give online, interact with your RockPointe groups, and manage your RPC calendar.  Thank you for setting up your account within myRPC!

**After registering, you should receive a confirmation email that includes further details. If you do not receive this confirmation or if you have difficulty registering, please email Jennifer Schmitz at jennifers@rpcstaff.org.

VOLUNTEERS

Interested in being an Ignite Kids! volunteer?  We need volunteers in the following areas: registration, media, discipleship classroom teachers and helpers, and skill classroom helpers.  If you’d like to volunteer, please indicate your preference on your child’s registration form or contact Christy McCallum at christy@rpcstaff.org.

*For additional information about Ignite Kids!, please contact Christy McCallum, Children’s Minister, at christy@rpcstaff.org.

Children’s Ministry Events

Spiritual Milestones

How does a parent take on the responsibility of “primary spiritual nurturer” in the life of his/her growing child?

1) First, a parent grows in his or her own understanding of the Bible and relationship with Christ.
2) Second, parents learn how to effectively practice age-appropriate family devotions in their own home.
3) Finally, parents learn to equip their children for the natural, spiritual milestones.

Christian parents are naturally compelled to present their newborn children to God. This milestone connects new parents with the magnificent responsibility and opportunity of leading their children spiritually. When parents present their children to God even as Mary and Joseph did, they’re acknowledging two simple facts. First, this new baby is God’s creation and therefore God’s possession. Second, as stewards of God’s possession, parents have the responsibility to intentionally raise the child in a way that’s pleasing to God. In this class, we will discuss what this might look like, and how we at RPC can partner with you in this journey. The Baby Dedication ceremony during the service will occur the following weekend.

Baby Dedication Class for Parents: January 21, 2018 at 9:15am in the NorthPointe Training Room (on the children’s side)

Next Baby Dedication Weekend: January 28, 2018

Please click HERE to register.

Email Christy at christy@rpcstaff.org for more information.

 

“NOW, I AM GIVING YOU TO THE LORD, AND YOU WILL BELONG TO THE LORD YOUR WHOLE LIFE.” 1 SAMUEL 1:28

Next Class Date:

Sunday, October 22, 2017 from 8:30-10:30am. Registration for this class is full.

Sunday, November 19, 2017 from 8:30-10:30am. Click HERE to register.

Location: NorthPointe Building-training room

This class is for parents and children in 1st-5th grades. The plan of salvation, what it means and when it is time to be baptized, and how communion fits into a Christian’s life are all topics which will be taught. These topics are covered in a relevant and child-friendly way. This is the FIRST step in the baptism process.

A follow up with your Children’s Minister should occur once your child has completed the Basics for Kids class, has asked Jesus to be their Lord and Savior, can articulate his/her salvation experience, and is ready to proclaim their salvation publicly. Email Christy McCallum, Children’s Minister to schedule this next step.

At RockPointe Church, we invite children who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, and who are ready to proclaim this choice publicly, to make a video testimony. This is Step #3 in the baptism process. The video will be recorded in advance carefully by our Ministry Staff. Your child will be prepared and made at ease during the taping. On the day of your child’s baptism, his/her video testimony will be played in the Worship Center before the actual baptism. And afterwards, a DVD with their testimony will be given to you along with a Baptism Certificate and a Baptism Memories packet to record special moments from the day.

Why a video?

Since baptism is a public proclamation of your child’s faith in Christ, we feel that the video gives your child the opportunity to share what they really want to say. Additionally, your child’s faith story is very meaningful. We want them to be able to remember it and share it with others as inspiration.

Baptisms are scheduled with your Children’s Minister during your child’s follow up. Baptisms take place on Sunday mornings, and include a showing of your child’s pre-recorded testimony video.

This class is a follow up to baptism for your 1st-5th grader. In this four week class held on Sunday mornings, your children will spend time discussing, at length, these four topics:

1) Becoming a Christian-Their testimony and how to use it
2) Following Jesus’ Example-Baptism and the Lord’s Supper
3) Church-What that is and what a Christian’s responsibility is
4) Developing a Relationship-Spending time with God

Class Information:

Start Date: October 8, 2017

End Date: October 29, 2017

Class Time: 11:00am-12:15pm

Location: RPC Kids Training Room in NorthPointe

Instructors: Craig and Betsy McGinnis

Registration: Closed

For More Information: Email Christy McCallum, Children’s Minister.

Missions and Outreach

Making more and better followers of Christ.

Mission Kids

Your Kindergarten – 5th grade child has the opportunity to be a part of that as they impact and send through various types of mission opportunities.  RPC Kids has a desire to see your children live out the Great Commission through on-site missions, local missions, and mission trips.

Mission Kids web banner

Mission Sunday is an avenue for more kids to experience God through serving others.  Every 6 weeks, there is a mission emphasis built into our Sunday morning programming.  Upcoming missions for the fall include:

  • Creating bracelets for foreign missions
  • Assembling goody bags for Cornerstone kids
  • Putting together care packages for the Men of Nehemiah
  • Making gifts for nursing home residents

On a quarterly basis, RPC Kids will provide an opportunity for children and their families to take part in a community mission project.  Registration will be required for each mission.  These missions will include:

  • Canned food drive for Thanksgiving
  • Nursing home visits
  • Cornerstone Carnival

Once a year RPC Kids will partner with Student Ministry to give our tweens an opportunity to be on mission together.  Mission 56 is a two night close to home mission experience for all 5th and 6th grade students.  5th graders will get a taste of what mission trips are like while preparing them for future Student Ministry missions.  Mission 56 will take place in spring 2018.

Outreach

RPC Kids families can help meet the physical and spiritual needs of others in our surrounding communities by participating in outreach events and programs. Our desire is to provide opportunities for your family to be a part of our church mission, and ultimately to fulfill the Great Commission.

RPC Kids wants to help summertime be as awesome as possible for as many kids as possible. So, with the help of a some of our own 4th and 5th graders, we created Power Packs!

Many children from our surrounding community depend on free or reduced lunches during the school year, and they rely on weekday feeding programs during the summer.

But what about summer weekends? Many do not have food over the two days. RPC Kids wants to change that by delivering packages of nutritious meals and snacks. We call them Power Packs!

But, that's not all... Each day when we deliver the Power Packs, we will also play, interact, and connect with the children through planned activities and crafts. We will also hand out books because we think reading is powerful, too!

Power Packs volunteer opportunities will open up in May 2018. Please contact Linda Morrison with any questions.

RPC Kids School Outreach exists to serve the surrounding community through programming that assists children in need. The various volunteer roles create windows of opportunity to develop children academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.

Pray

Praying for the school staff and teachers at your child's school, as well as surrounding schools, is the most important way to make an impact in a student's life.

RPC Kids School Outreach would also like to encourage students to participate in See You at the Pole™, a prayer rally where students meet at the school flagpole before school to lift up their friends, families, teachers, school, and nation to God. See You at the Pole™ is a student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led event.

There are two opportunities to unite in prayer with your friends:

  • DAY: SEE YOU AT THE POLE day is on Wednesday, September 27, at 7:00 a.m. local time. All around the globe, in every time zone, students will be gathering at their flagpoles, praying for their school, friends, families, churches, and communities. SEE YOU AT THE POLE is a day committed to global unity in Christ and prayer for your generation.
  • WEEK: The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER (Sunday, September 24 through Saturday, September 30) encourages students to find new and unique ways, places, and times to pray throughout the week. Whether you attend public school, private school, or home school, gather your friends wherever and whenever and pray! The GLOBAL WEEK OF STUDENT PRAYER is dedicated to prayer and launching your on-campus Bible clubs, prayer strategies, and student ministries.

For more information on this global day of student prayer, click HERE. To let us know where you will participate, please email Linda Morrison.

Mentor

RPC Kids School Outreach has mentoring opportunities available at Vickery Elementary in Lewisville through our partnership with Kids Hope USA.  For one hour each week during the 2017-2018 School Year, you can be a mentor to a student and make an impact.

All mentors are carefully screened using a process that includes an application, a criminal history check, a personal interview and pastor approval. Mentors must also submit to screening requirements at the school. They are thoroughly trained by the Kids Hope USA Program Director, using comprehensive materials provided by the Kids Hope USA National Office, and also attend an orientation session at the school. Ongoing supervision and support is provided to all volunteers by the Program Director.

Complete this Mentor Application and we will be in contact with you soon!

Teacher Aid

RPC Kids School Outreach has volunteer opportunities available at Vickery Elementary in Lewisville. Opportunities include:
Office help: Make copies and stuff folders for teachers.
Grateful Dads”: Meet and greet students as they arrive on Friday mornings.
LEAP Team: Provide love, encouragement and praise for teachers/staff through various activities throughout the school year.

Let us know you are interested by completing this volunteer form.

Children’s Ministry Staff

Children’s Minister

Christy McCallum

Children’s Ministry Asst.

Jennifer Schmitz

Nursery / Childcare

Margo Baisley

Preschool Volunteers

Alisan Mobley

Preschool Resources

Lindsay Ray

Curriculum

Lori Spellman

Resources / Missions

Melissa Miesse

Discipleship / Outreach

Linda Morrison

Worship

Christi Victor

Worship Asst.

Gina Hall

Special Needs

Marnie Piccin

Volunteers

Serving on our RPC Kids volunteer team is an opportunity to honor God and introduce children to the wonderful truths in the Bible. Our volunteers have the privilege of impacting children’s lives with their gifts of teaching, singing, praying, playing, creating, and planning.

This ministry area has many areas of service. Please see below for the area that might interest you most.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Using the assigned curriculum as a guide, storytellers and large group leaders will present lessons (20-30 minutes) in an engaging, yet effective way. As a storyteller you will want to be comfortable in front of a large group of children and the adults.
The Host will energetically greet the children during large group and lead them in a game, which goes along with the lesson for the day. The Host will also periodically interact with the large group leader during large group with some minor acting parts.
Media team members run the audio visual equipment for large group, which includes sound for worship, sound effects and visual aids for the lesson, and other media. Training is required on all equipment so that members are prepared to use lights, sound, visual projections, sound effects and other media programs to support large group and transitions in the worship order.
Using the assigned curriculum and activity as a guide, Small Group Leaders lead Bible study lessons with the children in small groups. Small Group Leaders also connect with children on a deeper level through prayer, discussion questions, games, etc.
Small Group Helpers welcome the kids with a smile, hug or high five as the children arrive. Helpers also play an active role in the classroom engaging kids in the lesson, connecting children with one another, and modeling worship and active listening.
The Registration Team greets families as they enter RockPointe, guides them through the process of checking in via our computer system, and shows them to their classroom. The team also ensures that all RPC Kids volunteers have checked in and have a name tag.
The Worship Team, consisting of vocalists and instrumentalists, will musically lead the children in praise and worship during children’s programing.
Caregivers create a loving, caring environment for infants during each worship service. Caregivers also follow the curriculum posted above the changing table each month and perform or assist with Bible and Bells in the older infant class.
Our special needs children come with a wide range of disabilities and often benefit from a "buddy" to help them navigate the classroom experience. This helps us maximize their ability to learn about Christ and how to have a relationship with him.
Ignite Kids! offers children in 1st-5th grade an amazing opportunity to grow in both discipleship and a skill, while encouraging community with other kids. Discipleship Small Group Leaders will lead a group of 8-12 children by engaging them in the lesson or activity, by connecting them to one another, and by modeling worship and active listening. Skill Small Group Leaders and Helpers will help teach or guide children in a specific skill such as choir, acting, outdoor activities, etc.
MULTIPLY is an RPC Kids mentoring program where Disciple Makers walk alongside 4th/5th graders to aid in their spiritual journey. Disciple Makers are high school students and young adults who have a desire to make a spiritual impact with children.
RPC Kids will be serving throughout the year at Vickery Elementary in Lewisville. Volunteers can help in the any of the following ways: copying for teachers, stuffing folders for teachers, participating as a “Grateful Dad” (meet and greet students on Friday mornings), participating on the LEAP Team (love, encouragement and praise for teachers/staff). Volunteers can also serve as a mentor to a child during the 2017-2018 school year.

Prior to serving, every volunteer serving with children must complete and pass a Secure Search Background Check.  Click Here to complete the Secure Search Background Check. Background check renewals are required every two years for most positions.
Note: Once you click on the link, you will see “A RockPointe Church Background Screening”. Click on the “Apply” button below that.

A member of the RPC Kids staff would love to talk with you about serving in this area. If you are interested and would like to know more about volunteering in some capacity, please contact Christy McCallum, Children’s Minister.

RockPointe Weekday Preschool

Planting Seeds – Nurturing Growth

“Seeds are planted and watered, but God makes them grow…” 1 Corinthians 3:6, paraphrased

RockPointe Weekday Preschool is a ministry of RockPointe Church. Our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where children learn of God’s love. Our purpose is to partner with families, building a strong academic and spiritual foundation into the life of every child. We use creative and age-appropriate Bible and academic teaching. Our desire is to help children reach their greatest potential spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially by providing a place where they can be secure and have happy early learning experiences.

Traci Erb, Preschool Director
Kathy Lines, Assistant Preschool Director

For more information or to schedule a tour, contact Director Traci Erb, 214-995-4600 or by email.

Our Location:
4503 Cross Timbers Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028

General Information

Ages: Classes are available for children ages 18 months-PreK.

Schedule: Preschool hours are 9am-2pm on Tuesday and Thursdays from September until May. The first day of school is the first Tuesday after Labor Day.

Staff: Each class has a full-time teacher and aide. Each staff member receives continuing education in Early Childhood and completes CPR and First Aid training.

Curriculum

We provide a strong Christian academic curriculum which spiritual, academic, and social components. Classes use Wee Learn curriculum supplemented with pre-reading and math skills that are age appropriate.

Pre-K students are introduced to phonics through curriculum from Frog Street Press. Instruction is focused on academic and fine motor skills that will prepare students for success in kindergarten.

Activities

All students go to a daily music class which includes creative movement. On Tuesdays, classes attend chapel, which includes praise and worship, puppetry and a Bible story. Spanish class is provided once a week for 3’s and Pre-K students. Children bring a lunch from home every school day that needs no heating or refrigeration. Each class will have a quiet rest time in the afternoon that is appropriate for their age level.

Registration Information

Enrollment fees include registration fee, supply fee, and last month’s tuition. These fees are due at the time of registration and are non-refundable.

*Registration fee – $100 per family

*Monthly tuition  – $195 per month

*One-time supply fee for all classes – $250

Tuition is due in full the first preschool day of each month from September through April.

For more information regarding enrollment/registration, please contact the preschool office at (214) 995-4600.

Parent Resources

School Calendar

Click HERE to see the current year’s school calendar of dates and activities.

Parent Handbook

The Parent Handbook contains the preschool’s policies and procedures.

Click HERE for the 2017-2018 Parent Handbook.

Monthly Newsletter

Latest Preschool Press