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By: J B.
Charles Plaza Child Care & Development
My child attended this center and was Kindergarten ready when he left. What I like best about the center is its strong academic program. While most centers allow the children to play most of the day with little structure, this center is the opposite. This center is much more like a school Pre-K program and nothing like a home daycare where you are just paying for babysitting services. There is structured classwork throughout the day as well as opportunities for free play. The center director, Ms. Pearson is undoubtedly one of the most caring, professional, and qualified people I know. She truly loves all of the children so much and that is clear from how she cares for them. The center even goes above and beyond to offer additional enrichment such as Spanish, Gymnastics, Music, Art, and Field Trips just to name a few. If you want your child to be treated well, well-educated, and well-rounded this center is the place to send them.
By: Natalie A.
Charles Plaza Child Care & Development
I enrolled my child at Charles Plaza Child care development when my child was 2 years old, and now she is 3 and a half. The Director, Theresa Pearson, is such a warm, knowledgeable and professional teacher that shows that she only wants the best for your child. I have seen a lot of growth in my child. She loves to read and presents new things she has learned all the time. Because she knows her alphabets, now her teacher is concentrating on phonetic sounds so she will be learning how to read. My daughter is so excited about going to school, she does not want to miss a day. It makes me feel so proud as a parent to see the joy from my child being in such a positive environment. I feel by her being at Charles Plaza Child Care Development Center, it is preparing her for her future.
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By: Chavonne T.
Jerrys Caring Hands
---------- I would like to give this place 1 star because of the current situation but I gave 2 because the facility and the staff and overall Childcare was good. Currently they closed on Sept. 2 becuase of ac issues and were supposed to reopen on the 8th. They have not reopened and they have not contacted the parents. We have paid for childcare in advance that has not been returned and personal items belonging to the kids are locked inside. The center is a ghost town like everyone dissapeared. They are not returning calls, emails nor are they making any. Im sure at this point everyone has already found new childcare. This is horrible business and sad because they havent been open for 6 months. ----------
By: Marceain W.
Charles Plaza Child Care & Development
I had a wonderful experience at Charles Plaza Childcare & Development. Both of my children graduated from that program and are now excellent students in elementary school. My children started their first weekly magazine there.They learned letters and letter sounds there. They were really prepared for kindergarten when they left that excellent program. I found the teachers to be warm, caring, and informed. An attractive clean environmental that the children really enjoyed.
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By: Zandra H.
Kidzstuff Child Care
My niece n nephew has veen goin for 7-8 months and its awesome....the staff is inderstanding to my niece dietary needs......they make surw the kids are learning.... Its a great place to get ur kids started
By: Amanda J.
Little Flowers Early Childhood
Your child will grown beyond measures if you bring them here. My child has been going since 2 and loves it. At times she barely wants to leave and cries when she has to.
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By: Moe A.
Union Memorial Hospital
My wife had a survey at this hospital and we were very satisfied with her surgeon, Dr. Gupta and his team. We sincerely appreciate their efforts.Dr. Karami
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By: Terri D.
Rocket Tiers Learning Center
Rocket Tiers Learning Center is one of the best centers in this area! Schedule a tour and see for yourself!
By: Terry and kelley B.
University of Maryland School of Medicine
410-706-2716Urgent Care-before 6:00amEXTRACTIONS & SURGERY. - $126.00Bring picture I.D., money
By: debbie.galloway.martin
St. Agnes Hospital
once I was admitted the care given and stay was good.
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