Parent’s Morning Out and Part-Time Preschools in East Cobb

Parents' Morning Out and Preschools in East CobbWhen I moved to the Atlanta area I was pleasantly surprised to hear about Parent’s Morning Out programs. Before moving here I never even knew this existed. If you don’t need daycare and just need a few hours a couple of days a week, this is the perfect fit for your child. Parent’s morning out is a drop-off program for little ones that are offered at many local churches. Although I didn’t have to put my son in daycare, I did want him to get some socialization and give me a break to tackle errands appointments, etc. I soon realized there were quite a few options that can be overwhelming.

If you live in East Cobb and you are looking for a Parent’s Morning Out or part-time preschool program for your little one I compiled a list. These are just some of many. The age ranges, days per week, hours, and pricing vary for each one. Be sure to check out their sites for more detailed information and to check for availability.

Mt Zion UMC Preschool & Mothers’ Morning Out 

Location: 1770 Johnson Ferry Rd.
Price: Begins $200 per month for two days per week
Age:  12 months – Young Fives

Mt. Bethel Parent’s Morning Out (Preschool program is separate)

Location: 4385 Lower Roswell Road
Price:  $195 per month for two days per week 
Age Range : (6 weeks through 48 months) 
*Offered during the summer 

Wee School at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church 

Location: 955 Johnson Ferry Road 
Price: $215 per month for two days per week
Age Range: 9 months – 5 years     

Eastminster Christian School 

Location: 3125 Sewell Mill Rd
Price: $255 per month for two days per week 
Age Range: 17 months – 4 years

Eastside Baptist Church 

Location: 2450 Lower Roswell Road 
Price: $170 per month for two days per week
Age: 6 weeks – 4 years 

These are just some of the options for programs in East Cobb. Let us know if we missed any in the comments below.  

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Adrianna Poetzsch
Adrianna is a mom of two boys, Julian(3) and Nolan(1.5). Originally from New York, she and her husband moved to Atlanta in the fall of 2018. After moving here, it immediately felt like home for them. Despite the hot and humid summers she loves Atlanta and all that it has to offer for her and her family. After becoming a first-time mom, writing became an outlet for her to openly share all about motherhood; the good the bad, and the ugly. After blogging on her own for some time, she was thrilled when she found the Atlanta Mom community. A former teacher and now stay-at-home-mom, you can usually find her chasing around her boys. When she has some free time she enjoys exercising, reading, or binge-watching a show with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, and of course a snack to go with it!


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