2021 SUMMER PROGRAM
JUNE 15 - JULY 22, TUESDAY & THURSDAY 9AM - 1 PM
The First Baptist Church of Augusta Weekday Program is excited to share this summer program opportunity with you. This special 6-week program is for children 6 weeks of age through those entering 1st grade. Classes will enjoy crafts, music, outside play, centers, large group activities and Bible stories. Currently, All Summer programs are full except for the rising 1st grade class.
The FBC Weekday Program is full for the 2020-2021 school year. There are still spaces available in our Mother’s Day Out Program and Kindergarten classes for the 2021-2022 school year. Please visit our touring and registration page https://discoverfbc.org/weekday-education-registration/ for more information and to register. Your spot will not be reserved until registration and payment have been received. For more information please contact Director of Weekday Education, Martha Kate Hall.
Frequently Asked Questions
A preschool parents’ handbook is distributed and discussed at the orientation meeting for parents in the fall.
We are located at 3500 Walton Way, at the intersection of Walton Way and Wheeler Road.
The parents pack a lunch and beverage daily.
Our preschool program runs daily from 9 am until 1. You may choose between M/W/F, T/TH, or M-F classes.
We ask that you give us one-month notice of withdrawal.
No, our hours are 9:00am – 1:00pm.
No, in fact, most of our students are not members of our church. We accept any child from any faith or ethnic background.
No, but we do ask that they be potty trained and able to handle personal hygiene matters. Also, we ask that they be developmentally able to function independently in a classroom setting (no special guidance devoted solely to them).
No, but we will assist them as they are developmentally ready to learn this skill.
The main difference is teacher qualification. The teachers in K3 must have college degrees, preferably in Early Childhood. Skill evaluations and conferences are held in K3. Children in MDO do not have to be potty trained, but they do need to be potty proficient for K3.