While at first this location seemed ideal, the children are left on the playground while teachers talk. I saw one on the phone with her back turned when I drove by to pick up my child. Children are not properly supervised. Unprofessional directors with seemingly no management experience. Owner's contacts are withheld to hide the management indiscretions.\r
This center had my attention as an attractive facility very close to home, but if the teachers don't watch the children because they are talking or on the phone and the management does not act professionally, how is this safer than leaving them at home?!\r
I removed my child for being abused physically by a teacher. After my child complained, I requested to see tapes and was not permitted to see them. What were they hiding?!\r
Furthermore, the business cards say ""an educational opportunity."" My daughter has learned nothing from this facitilty, which is little more than a ""babysitting"" service.\r
I would doubt they passed all of their previous state inspections, and would recommend to any parents of the handful of kids still there to request a copy of the most recent licensure evaluation report, which they have to give any parents who request it while their child is enrolled. I pulled out before I found this out....but it should have legally been posted somewhere that it was my right to ask for such information.\r
591-1-1-.27 Posted Notices. (c)\r
I recommend going to the website for the\r
National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education\r
The more I read this website listing the state regulations, the more I am shocked that they've got ANY children left.
Pros: Beautiful facility, nice playground, very clean...
Cons: Inexperienced employees, high turn-over, poorly run.