Preschool

The preschool is a ministry of Crossroads Presbyterian Church and is licensed and supervised by the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Welfare, Division for Children and Youth

  • CCP uses monthly themes to help children learn about Jesus, themselves, and the world around them. The curriculum offers a variety of learning experiences for your child.
Preschool 15 Year Anniversary
During worship at Nine on January 26, come and join Crossroads Christian Preschool in celebrating our 15 year anniversary of nurturing preschoolers! The current 3K class will share in song, with a blessing from Pastor Susan and cake in the narthex! Everyone is invited, especially preschool alumni!
Preschool Open House February 5, 10-11 a.m. Crossroads Christian Preschool is currently accepting registrations for the 2020–2021 preschool year. Many exciting opportunities: 2½K and 3K year old programs! We also offer a Nature & Science class. Classes fill quickly! To learn more about the open house or to schedule a tour, contact Maureen Leurquin, Preschool Director, at 262-242-1670.
Seeking Preschool Helpers

Crossroads Christian Preschool is gearing up for the fall and is excited to continue being a huge community outreach for the church! A wonderful opportunity to extend hospitality to children and their families is by volunteering in the preschool. CCP, serving children ages 2 ½ to 4 years-old, is looking for able-bodied volunteers from 8:45 to 11:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and/or Fridays. If you enjoy working with young children and would be available to help one day monthly or more, please contact Preschool Director Maureen Leurquin or call 262-242-1670. We promise it will be fun and rewarding!

Each year the preschool is so very blessed by wonderful parents and children. They truly feel like family to us. We are so thankful for the opportunity to be able to help the parents with setting a Godly foundation for their child while preparing his/her heart and mind to become life-long learners. We strongly believe that what we do in the classroom is not lost. We are sowing the seed. What is so wonderful is that this seems to be confirmed by the feedback that we have received thus far from current preschool parents.