April Newsletter

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From the Director

I have always loved celebrating Easter with my family. Dressing up to go to church, Easter Brunch, decoration eggs and having a huge egg hunt are our favorite things to do. As my children have gotten older, our Easter Egg Hunts have become quite competitive and physical. Even though they are in their twenties, this is still one of their top things to do. Over the years, our families have shared with me some of their family traditions. As always, if you don’t have a church home, we would love to have you join us at Compass Christian Church for services. – Blessings, Ms. Kim

  • Visit a farm – Nash Farm in Grapevine is amazing and they always have the cutest animals. Don’t forget that Grapevine Botanical Garden is right across the street. https://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/nash-farm/
  • Grow Jelly Beans –  Each Easter Saturday, the Easter Bunny leaves some magic jelly beans for us to plant in the garden. We dig a hole, put in the jelly beans, water them, and wait. The next morning, a giant lollipop has grown in their place.
  • Non-Candy Treats for Easter Baskets –  Things like stickers, chalk, craft supplies, a bible and books are favorites for almost every child.
  • Grow your own Easter Grass – I hate unnecessary plastic and I feel like Easter ‘grass’ is the epitome of unnecessary plastic. It’s not pretty, lacks any kind of real purpose, is not recyclable and it gets tracked all over your house before getting dumped in the trashcan. Growing Easter grass  that you can EAT sounds is a fantastic idea and it looks so fancy.
  • Coconut Bunny CakeThis is one tradition that I wish I would have done with my children. Making a bunny cake with your children and serving it at Easter is right up my alley.https://b-inspiredmama.com/easter-recipes-for-kids/

Easter at Compass 

You’re invited to experience and celebrate Easter at Compass. No matter where you’ve been or what you’ve done, we are FOR you and you matter. When Jesus died, His disciples’ world fell apart. We all know the feeling. But God wasn’t done. He was working in ways His people couldn’t see. The best news we’ve ever received is the news that spread on the first Easter morning. Jesus rose from the dead, just as He promised!

What to Expect

Biblical, relevant teaching

Great music

Multiple service times to fit your schedule—in-person & online

Friendly people and helpful hosts

Opportunities for Kids (3 months – 5th Grade) to learn and engage on their level

Locations and Times


Thursday, April 1st – 6:30pm

Friday, April 2nd – 6:30pm

Saturday, April 3rd – 3:00pm and 5:00pm

Sunday, April 4th -8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am

North Fort Worth

Sunday, April 4th -8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am

North Richland Hills

Sunday, April 4th -8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am


Saturday, April 3rd – 5:00pm

Sunday, April 4th -8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am

Summer Camp

Heroes of the Bible is our theme for Compass Christian Preschool Summer Camp! Please join us as we explore how God used ordinary people to do extraordinary things! Numerous hands on, sensory, dramatic play and cooking activities, as well as fun games and art activities will inspire the curiosity in our campers about each of our real-life heroes. All camps are led by Compass Preschool teachers. Summer Camp is open to all currently enrolled CCP students that are completely potty trained. Camp cost is $130 per camper, per week. Camp will be offered on the following weeks-

Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9am-2pm:

Week 1 – $130.00 May 25 – May 28

Week 2 – $130.00 June 1 – June 4

Week 3 – $130.00 June 15 – June 18

Week 4 – $130.00 June 29 – July 2

Week 5 – $130.00 July 13 – July 16

Week 6 – $130.00 July 20 – July 23

Week 7 – $130.00 July 27 – July 30

Full payment will be due Thursday, April 29th. No refunds will be issued after Thursday, April 13th.

Important Dates

1st – Early Release at 12:00pm

2nd – No School – Good Friday

13th – Spirit Day

29th – Wear Yellow Day

30th – No School – GCISD Closed

Teacher’s Birthdays

3rd – Loey Venable


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