Check-In67 followers2 questions15 posts
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We do not currently do this. One reason we prefer it this way is that the child is not actually there and this can create a security concern in showing a child has checked in but is not actually even on campus.
Not that I know of. We are having a few of our ministry leads checking in families as they arrive. We have social distance markers in the hallway leading to the check in center. It also helps to pre check in families that you know are regular attendees and have their badges ready to go prior to the event. IF one of those families does not show we simply go in and remove them from the attendance roster.