Treasure Harbor Elementary –

Where kids learn to Treasure God! Living for God is a great adventure, and we want to prepare kids for this adventure by giving them a solid grounding in the Bible and a big picture of who God is and how much He loves them.

What To Expect at Treasure Harbor Elementary

First ServiceSunday School

When entering a classroom, your child will be given a name tag and he/she will be invited to participate in a variety of engaging activities. During large-group time, your child will be introduced to the day’s Bible truth and during small group time they will be encouraged to participate in a discussion that will help them learn how to apply that truth to their lives. Our curriculum emphasizes Biblical truth being applied in the areas of spiritual growth, character development, and living out our faith in our day-to-day lives.

Second Service – Kid’s Church

Children who attend the 10:30 a.m. Treasure Harbor will enter their rooms and find awesome leaders who are there to welcome and “build” into them. They will find several game stations to choose from as they interact with their leaders. After their activity stations, the children from K-5th grade will join together in Kid’s Church for a high-energy time of worship through uplifting songs and fun, memorable Bible learning. Sometimes students will play a group game outside or participate in a hilarious skit, maybe they will make a craft that illustrates the Bible teaching or break into groups and pray for each other. But whatever happens, you know it’s going to point students toward worshiping our great God and Savior!

Health policy

To ensure the safety and health of all the children and staff, we ask that only well children are brought to the classrooms. Please refrain from bringing your child to the classroom if he/she has had any of the following symptoms within the past 24 hours: fever, diarrhea, runny nose if there are signs of infection, excessive coughing, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, questionable rash/open sores, lice infestation, or red/seeping eyes. Thank you for helping us protect the health of our youngest members!