At Eastridge Baptist Church, nothing is more important to us than the safety and security of your children. That’s why we’ve chosen KidCheck as our children’s check-in solution to bring you the best check-in experience and to allow us to partner with you to keep your children safe.

If you haven’t already created your free account, please do so by going to, selecting “Create Your KidCheck Account,” and following the on-screen prompts. Alternatively, you can download the KidCheck Mobile Check-In app from the App Store or Google Play Store to create, manage, and update your account right on your phone (does not complete check-in).

You can create your account from the comfort of home; it’s simple and will only take a few minutes. Creating your account prior to the above date helps us have a smooth transition and helps your first check-in go more quickly so you can get on your way.

KidCheck Intro for Parents

Frequently Asked Questions

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Should parents set up one combined account or a separate account for each parent?

In KidCheck, each parent/guardian has there own account linked with their phone number. In a typical family setup, one parent will create a login account (account with a username and password), add their children, then add their spouse as an Authorized Guardian. This creates a Guardian Account for the second parent which can be used to check-in/out the children (and can also later be expanded to include a username and password). Additionally, the parent initially creating the account may add other Authorized Guardians such as grandparents, family friends, or trusted neighbors. If appropriate, they can also include anyone that is not authorized. They should also upload photos to increase the level of security. When contact information and guardianship differs within the family unit, setting up separate login accounts for each guardian is the best option. This allows each guardian to list the children, their associated authorized guardians, use their own phone number to check-in and have the ability to manage and update their own personal information.

What is the difference between Guardian Accounts and Login Accounts?

Parents/guardians need a KidCheck account to securely check their children into your facility. There are two types of KidCheck accounts: A KidCheck Login Account This an account created online via or via the mobile app; it includes a username and password. It allows parents to actively manage their account information including photos, children information, allergy or medical info, authorized/unauthorized guardians, and their preferences (e.g. text messaging capabilities). Once they have created a login account, they have the ability to securely access, manage and change their information at any time from any computer, smart phone, or tablet. KidCheck recommends parents/guardians create a login account prior to checking children in for the first time. This will ensure a quick and easy first check-in by simply requiring their 10 digit phone number at the check-in station. A KidCheck Guardian Account This is an account created from a check-in station that does not has a username and password. When a parent/guardian creates their account at a check-in station the first time they check in, it will ask basic information about the children (name, birth date, sex, allergies) but will not allow upload of photos or guardian management. KidCheck will automatically send an email to them requesting that they complete their account from home to provide the benefits of a full login account (with a username and password).

How does the Check-In PIN feature work?

If a guardian desires to add an extra layer of security to their account, they have the option of setting up a 4-digit check-in PIN. When added to their account, the PIN will be required at the time of check-in for their account to be used. KidCheck is designed to be a secure system even without the use of a check-in PIN, though some guardians may like the extra peace-of-mind a PIN provides. A PIN can be established in the "Check-In PIN" tab on the guardian's check-in screen profile, or from the Preferences area if they log into their account from home. An administrator can help a guardian reset their PIN by looking the guardian up under the People tab, and clicking the "Disable PIN" link.

Why does KidCheck use a phone number as the check-in identifier?

The 10 digit phone number is the shortest, yet completely unique personal identifier, and therefore fast and easy to use for check-in. Using something like ‘last name’ would make for a time-consuming and confusing check-in experience by having to sort through multiple records of people with common names. KidCheck also offers an optional Check-In PIN providing an additional layer of security for those interested. Parents and guardians have the option to create and use a unique PIN at check-in, along with their 10 digit phone number. In addition to guardians entering a 10 digit phone number, our barcoded keytags are another great option for check-in. They are similar to those used by grocery stores and gyms, and are available to purchase in the KidCheck Store. Keytags help the check-in process to be as streamlined and efficient as possible.

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Contact Information

Dr. Deron Biles 
(Interim Pastor)
 Paul Stanford


 Pati Seewald