Mother’s Day Out

Mother’s Day Out

’20-’21 MDO Fall Semester

It’s nearly time.  We are so excited to see our children on Tuesday, September 8th or Wednesday, September 9th for the first day(s) of MDO!  We were sad to not get to have Parent and Student Orientation on campus this year, but the safety of your children and our staff is our number one priority.  Please watch the Parent Orientation video at the link below and be watching your email (check spam/junk too) for an introductory email from your child’s teacher.  These will be sent out by Sunday.  We are ready to learn, laugh and love with you children!!

Important MDO Links:

Come learn, laugh and love with us!

At the Journey Bible Fellowship Mother’s Day Out, we learn about God and each other while exploring colors, shapes, letters and numbers. We laugh a lot with our new friends as we play together in ways that reach the whole child and we grow to love ourselves, our families, our friends and all God’s creatures.


JBF MDO was established in 2013. We are a licensed program that offers, two, three or five day/week programs.

  • Teacher to child ratio of less than 1 to 9 in our Pre-K classes; lower in our 2s and 3s.
  • Teachers participate in 24 hours of continuing education classes per year
  • Teachers are certified in First Aid/CPR
  • Loving environment with caring, experienced teachers
  • Spanish and Music classes included

Fall/Spring Semesters

Fall and Spring semesters are Monday thru Friday from 9:00am – 1:30pm. Parents may choose a class schedule that best fits their personal needs. We follow the Leander ISD school calendar with the exception of start and end dates.

Two Days/Week (T/Th)
Three Days/Week (M/W/F)
Five Days/Week (Mon – Fri)

*Other combinations of days can sometimes be accommodated.


Play is an important part of learning in early childhood education. At The Journey MDO, we use play experiences to incorporate language, math, science and religion into our learning. We also help develop fine motor skills through play with manipulatives and various art and craft projects. Outdoor play also helps develop gross motor skills. The various educational themes throughout the year are enhanced by special events such as a visit from our firefighters, our own holiday celebrations and splash days in the spring. Our curriculum is thematically organized and includes learning experiences in the areas of:

  • Language
  • Math
  • Science
  • Religion
  • Cooking
  • Art
  • Music
  • Spanish
  • Social and emotional development
  • Physical education

The children will enjoy a group setting as well as individual learning experiences in a Christian environment.


Early registration for the 2020-2021 school year began Monday, February 10th for current students and their siblings. Open registration began Wednesday, February 12th and continues until we reach capacity.

You may download a registration form to print or pick one up at the church.

Early registration fees are from $125-$140 per student (based on the number of days your child is enrolled) through March 31st. The registration fee increases to $140-$170 after that date. Please note that registration fees are non-refundable. Registration forms must be turned in at the church. Registration fees may be paid online through the “Make a Payment” tab on our website or by cash or check at the church.


2 days/week: $210/mo
3 days/week:  $290/mo
5 days/week:  $500/mo


Redirecting the children to use acceptable behavior and setting clear limits are part of positive guidance techniques. Children are taught to express their feelings in a socially acceptable manner. If disruptive or dangerous situations do occur, brief time out periods are used in the classroom or school office.


Parents will need to provide a nutritious lunch for their child each day. We ask that the lunch consist of food that is manageable for your child. If your child’s lunch needs to be kept cold please put an ice pack in their lunch box. We do not have a refrigerator or microwave oven available for the children’s lunches


Comfortable, easy to manage play clothes are the best for school. Sneakers are most appropriate for running and playing outside and inside. While we make every effort to protect your child’s clothing from various art projects and outside play, clothes can still become damaged. Please dress your child accordingly. All children will need a complete change of clothing, even if they are potty trained (underwear, pants, shirts, and socks). Please clearly label all clothing items and bring them in a backpack each day.