Smoke Rise Baptist Weekday School is sponsoring two week-long day camps

Preschool Logo 2016(1)resizedSmoke Rise Baptist Weekday School is usually one of the busiest places in the church, welcoming preschool children and their families throughout the community, almost daily, a majority of the year.  It is the “front door” of Smoke Rise Baptist Church for many.  Since recently graduating the 2016 kindergarten class and the last day of the school year, the spaces that usually bustle with life are strangely quiet now, but Director Valerie Coe Lowder and other Weekday School staff are getting ready for summer and fall programs already.

This summer, Smoke Rise Baptist Weekday School is sponsoring two week-long day camps, June 20th-24th and August 15th-19th, from 9:20am-1:20pm, and Parent Nights Out,  Friday, August 5th from 5-8pm. These events are for children ages 2 through rising first graders. All are welcome – children of the Church, Weekday School, neighborhood, and friends!  Reservations are needed so we may prepare enough crafts, and have enough pizza for Parents Nights Out.  If you have children of this age, please participate!  Invite friends, and spread the word!

Proceeds from the events will support the Refresh Campaign to provide new playground equipment, as well as funds for the Youth Ministry’s summer trips.

Call the Weekday School office at 678.533.0558 for more information, or RSVP online through our Facebook page.

The new school year will begin September 6th and registrations are now being accepted for children ages 15 months through kindergarten.  Applications are available at the preschool reception desk or by calling the Weekday School office or emailing the director at

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