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Businiess name:  Scribbles Academy
Review by:  Guest
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I have a 4-year-old and an infant enrolled full time in this daycare.All staff at this daycare seemed well-trained (assistants as well as teachers) and seem to get along really well with one another. I always feel like the children are well-supervised, no matter if I'm picking up early or late. Also, there is not a lot of staff turnover. The director and owner is involved in day to day operations and is always available and willing to talk to parents and to help staff members. In the infant room I felt very supported in breastfeeding my infant. I have breastfed without supplementing with formula for the past 6 months, and I could not have done it without the teacher, Ms. Cheryl. In the rooms for the older kids, teachers consistently distribute to parents a monthly calendar, so you know what your child will be learning each day and can reinforce it at home. Also, there are many organized events for children and families, including an Easter egg hunt, book fair, and barbeques. As a result, there tends to be a lot more family involvement than I have experienced at some of the more corporate type daycares. Also, children can participate in field trips, dance lessons, and can get their photos taken (for the holiday season). Mainly though, of the dozen or so daycares I've looked at in Longmont, I just felt this daycare had the warmest atmosphere. The people who work at this center are doing it for a career rather than for a job.

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