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Morning Preschool/Parent's Morning Out/Mother's Morning out (daycare) in Hartsville

Posted by on Thursday, July 14, 2016 Under: Childcare
A few churches have a parent's morning out/preschool program in Hartsville. They usually cost between $160 - $260 a month and your toddlers and babies get to learn and play in a loving Christian environment during the weekdays with other kids between 3 to 4 hours in the morning. The kids can be as young as 6 weeks old! Many stay at home parents use this time to run errands or have lunch with friends. These are also great options if you are looking for morning daycare as well! Here is a list you can look into: 

Lakeview Baptist Church Preschool - They offer “Mom’s Morning Out” program for ages 6 months through 2K and preschool for ages 2-5. School Hours: 8:30am – 11:30am  for $160 a month. (“Early Bird” option is available as early as 7:30am for an additional $10 a week or $3 per day.) Registration Fee is $160.

Kelleytown Baptist Church Kindergarden -  They offer morning "kindergarten" for ages 2 - 5 (2K - 5K classes) from 8:20am - 12:00pm 5 days a week. Early bird care available. Address: 2609 Kelleytown Rd., Hartsville, South Carolina 29550

YMCA Hartsville -  With a membership, childcare is free while you work out at this particular branch. Call them for details about morning hours.

First Presbyterian Church - They offer preschool for 2K  - 4k from 9AM - Noon for $175 a month and also a Mother's Morning Out (just morning only) program for ages 9 months to 24 months for $190 for a month. They are located at 213 West Home Ave., Hartsville, SC 29550 (843) 332-3622. They are also offering lunch bunch from Noon - 2:30pm for an additional $140 a month. 

Emmanuel Christian School  - For ages K2 - 5 years old. Annual tuition is $2,300 (as of 2020) per year and is for 5 days a week from 8AM - Noon. They also offer an after school care option for an extra cost. Address: 1001 N Marquis HWY, Hartsville, SC 29550

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