KidsWorld On Campus

Our goal in KidsWorld is to gather in a way that is safe for families while keeping the fun environment that your kids expect when coming to our programs. Click here to find out more about what to expect when visiting KidsWorld at one of our five campuses!

You do not need to pre-register to attend KidsWorld - check-in stations are open
Yes, you can just come! Visit one of our check-in stations to get your kids' name tags printed. If this will be your first time attending KidsWorld, you can stop at our New Families station for the "red carpet treatment!"

Rooms have returned to regular capacities
With capacity limits lifted, we are excited to welcome more kids into KidsWorld! While we will keep kids as spread out as possible, there will be less than 6 feet of space between kids.

Mask-optional services in KidsWorld are expanded
All services are mask-optional for adults in our auditoriums. See what services are mask-optional in KidsWorld at your campus:

  • Aurora Campus
    • Sunday 9:10am - Masks are required for all kids and volunteers in KidsWorld.
    • Sunday 11:10am - Masks are optional in KidsWorld for all kids and volunteers.
  • DeKalb Campus
    • Saturday 5:10pm - Masks are optional in KidsWorld for all kids and volunteers.
    • Sunday 9:10am - Masks are required for all kids and volunteers in KidsWorld.
    • Sunday 11:10am - Masks are optional in KidsWorld for all kids and volunteers.
  • Huntley Campus
    • Sundays at 10am  - Masks are optional in KidsWorld for all kids and volunteers.
  • St. Charles Campus
    • Saturday 5pm - Masks are optional in KidsWorld for all kids and volunteers.
    • Sunday 9am - Masks are optional in KidsWorld for all kids and volunteers.
    • Sunday 11am - Masks are required for all kids and volunteers in KidsWorld.
  • Streamwood Campus
    • Sundays 10am - Masks are optional in KidsWorld for all kids and volunteers.

Health & Safety Measures

While we are making our best effort to create environments where your child will be safe, we cannot guarantee that they will not come into contact with each other or get sick. For resources on how you can help your child during the pandemic, click here. Here are some of the things we are doing at our campuses to keep kids healthy:

  • Hand sanitizer stations available throughout the facility
  • Regular hand-sanitizing/hand washing in classes
  • Volunteers trained on new protocols and ways to help your child thrive
  • Mask-required services in KidsWorld at our campuses with multiple service times; see above.
  • Masks are welcome in any of our KidsWorld environments
  • Well-child Policy in effect; read it here

Additional Nursery Measures

  • Volunteers will wear gloves when diapering and feeding.
  • Volunteers will wash their hands or hand-sanitize before entering the room; before/after diapering and feeding; after wiping a nose or other fluid; after handling used toys.
  • Volunteers will remove any toys or other items that are used by one child to be sanitized.

Additional Preschool Measures

  • Taking hand-sanitizing breaks
  • Washing hands after bathroom breaks
  • Wearing masks except at mask-optional services listed above

Special Needs

We want to partner with families to help support children with special needs. We do not offer any specialized or separate programming, but utilize a buddy system to help children integrate into our programs. See our Special Needs Policy here. 

Medical Needs

If your child brings medicine/medical equipment (for example, an Epi-Pen) or would need medical assistance in an emergency because of an ongoing health concern, please fill out the Medical Needs Request Form here

Safety

The well being of your kids is a high priority in KidsWorld. Everyone involved with children has gone through an extensive application process, including personal reference checks and a criminal background check. We strictly enforce a policy that never allows any adult or student helper to be alone with a child. We also have plans and procedures in place in the event of severe weather, building evacuation, lockdown or a missing child. See our Child Protection Policy here.

Confirmed cases of Covid-19 should be reported to