N.C.I.S. 2018 Registration
***NEW*** Online registration. To register your child:
1. Complete the Registration Form below, and hit "SUBMIT NCIS REGISTRATION."
2. Email images of your insurance card using the "CLICK TO SUBMIT INSURANCE CARD IMAGES" link below the registration form.
3. If you wish to pay online, you may do so using the "ADD TO CART" button at the bottom and following the instructions.
Calvary Lutheran Church’s 2018 N.C.I.S. (= New Christians in Service) is a fun-filled week of serving. Youth will work in small groups and do service projects in the West Chester community. They will also learn team building skills, cultural sensitivity and self confidence while sharing their faith.
WHEN: July 9th to July 13th from 12:00am to 5:30pm. Space is limited!
WHO: This exciting program is for youth who have finished 5th to 8th grades.
All parents of children enrolled in the NCIS Program will be required to support the program in some way. Mandatory Mtg Wed, May 23th at 7pm. Supplies will be needed for projects, transportation to and from service projects, mentoring oversight of projects and more.
Registration is open April 1 - May 31.
$85 per child. The registration fee includes a T-shirt and lunch each day. Scholarships available.
***NOTE*** To register your child(ren), complete the Registration Form above, and hit "SUBMIT NCIS REGISTRATION."
After registering, you must ALSO submit images of the front and back of an active insurance card using the button below.
If you wish to pay online, you may do so using the "ADD TO CART" button below and following the instructions.
Submit Insurance Cards
We now accept online credit card or PayPal payment for registrations.
- Indicate the number of children to be registered (Quantity)
- Click "Add to Cart" button
- Confirm the name(s) of registrants
Check or Cash Payments:
Make checks payable to "Calvary Lutheran Church." Put "NCIS" in memo line.
NOTE: Your child will not be registered until you complete and submit the registration form and payment is received.
Brief Definitions and Possible Signs of Child Abuse
If you are able to drive, you must read these definitions and indicators:
Neglect - Child neglect is defined as omission of the child’s basic needs – physical, environmental, emotional, and nutritional – that are necessary for a child’s physical and emotional well-being.
Possible Signs of Neglect:
- Failure to thrive
- Inappropriate dress for climate
- Stealing of food
- Untreated medical conditions
- Poor hygiene
Emotional Abuse – Emotional abuse is abuse in which a person exposes a child to spoken and/or unspoken violence or emotional cruelty. Emotional abuse sends a message to the child of worthlessness, inadequacy, and being not only unloved but undeserving of love and care.
Possible Signs of Emotional Abuse:
- Withdrawal behavior
- Failure to thrive
- Threats of or attempts of suicide
- Extreme attempts to seek adult behavior
- Extreme passive/aggressive behavior patterns
Physical Abuse - Physical abuse is abuse in which a person deliberately and intentionally causes bodily harm to a child. Examples may include violent battery with a weapon (knife, belt, strap, or other), burning, shaking, kicking, choking, and any of a wide variety of non-accidental injuries to a child’s body.
Possible Signs of Physical Abuse:
- Hostile and aggressive behavior toward others
- Fearfulness of parents and/or other adults
- Destructive behavior toward self, others, and property
- Inexplicable physical injuries, repetitious injuries
Sexual Abuse – Sexual abuse is abuse involving sexual contact between a child and an adult, or between a young child and a significantly older child. Also included is verbal abuse of a sexual nature and exposing the child to pornography.
Possible Signs of Sexual Abuse:
- Unusually advanced sexual knowledge and/or behavior for child’s age and development
- Sexually reactive behavior
- Clingy behaviors -won’t separate from one adult to another
- Run away from home behavior
- Physical symptoms, such as headaches, stomachaches, fatigue
- Sexually transmitted diseases