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Businiess name:  Village Pre-School
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
Our experience was terrible and pulled him less then a month. First a pizza party, which I told the teacher that my son doesn't eat pizza and I would pack his lunch. She told me that she would have to ask permission to feed him his lunch. A little shocked, I asked why. She stated that the other kids may want what my son has. I wanted to point out that they all have different lunches everyday, but I didn't. They actually called the director over this? Next, was my sons birthday, which landed on the day he was at school. I asked a few days prior what I could do for his class that day. His teacher said they were planning to celebrate another boys birthday that day. Once again she said she had to ask the director. The answer was that they were not going to celebrate my sons birthday till the following week. When I questioned this decision, I was told to talk to the director. They had no concern for my sons emotional well being, intending for him to watch them celebrate another boys birthda

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