1.Training Up A Child
390 W Saint Anthony Ln
2.Training Up A Child
1425 Stein Rd
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Thank you for all you do. My child comes home happy and singing songs he has learned each day. He has really grown and starting to come out of his shell.
This a fabulous facility. I trust the staff and they show kindness and patience to all the children .
I've worked here for the last 5 years and seen many of my students grow before my eyes. The staff is amazing and has a low turn over rate we have all been with the company 5+ years. You should come check us out.
I am very happy with the care my daughter is receiving from her teacher . She comes home happy each day excited to tell me about her activities. I see a very caring staff each morning when I drop off , which made the transition for me to return to the work force less stressful. Thank you ladies for all you do!
I love this school very clean and they teach the kids !! Not just watching them .... My daughter loves going to this school she screams with excitement when we pull up (the best feeling for a single mom)
My son attends this daycare and he has had a great time being there. Teachers are friendly and always great you at the door
Anytime I have been in the day care center, I always see happy and busy children. The staff is very attentive and caring. I would recommend this center as I see the children being very well taken care of. They appear happy and having fun as well as learning new skills.
The woman who runs this in-home daycare does not possess a degree in education, therefore I feel it's not her place to inform parents on what she feels is an appropriate level of intelligence your child should be at. It's also inappropriate to discuss and compare your child to the other children whether it be regarding potty training or reading/writing skills, which happened way too often. Children should NEVER be compared as they all learn differently and at their own pace. It's unprofessional to talk and/or gossip about someone's child to another parent and it's also unprofessional to bash other daycare providers. She would often talk to me about other children and their home life situations which always made me wonder....is she talking about MY child to others? Our child began to run to the bathroom the second we would arrive home, it was obvious they had been holding it in as long as possible. When asked why they wouldn't go poo at daycare, their response was: Nobody will help me wipe! Our child also reported to us that a baby had to get dog food dug out of her mouth. Needless to say we no longer take our child there and have since moved our child to a new daycare, WOW what a difference it has made, we couldn't be happier and we noticed an immediate change in our child's personality when being picked up, more smiles and talkative about the events of the day. My own advice: definitely look elsewhere, especially if you don't want to pay for care when your child is not there. Most Florissant daycares have a prorated tuition or children earn vacation time but she charges regardless, so when you want to take that family vacation, keep in mind, you'll still pay for that week and if you chose to take your child out for the Summer she threatens by stating she won't hold their spot for fall. No thank you!!
Not sure about the other post, sounds like a mad employee..However, I've taken my kids here for 2 years now and wouldn't take them anywhere else! The center is always clean and inviting... My kids look forward to going to school and always seem to have a great time.....Wish they took school agers, but we'll just trasnfer to their other center on Charbonier.....Kudos to a center who cares!!!