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My husband and I decided to enroll Lilah here in January after months of noticing that something just wasn't right when she didn't want to go to school or that she wouldn't tell us about her days. Then I found out about Growing Little Minds...From the minute we walked in the door, Ms.Britani welcomed us with open arms and a warm smile. The small classroom environment allows kids to take chances and be risk takers without judgment. They do daily crafts, which are focused on the skills of the week and they practice writing their names every day. A "What are we learning this week?" sheet is sent home, as well as a text message & pictures too! The car ride home is completely different than when I'd pick her up from her other school----NOW, Lilah talks to me the entire way home about what she did that day or she's singing songs that they've learned! Her whole demeanor about school has changed......it just took finding the right school and the right teacher, and I couldn't be happier!!!!!
I started bringing my son here about 3 years ago. I researched many different daycare's before picking Kreative Kampus. I chose them for because they had excellent hours, provided diapers, great rates, solid credentials and it was on my way to and from work. Three years later I'm glad I chose them. The women there are friendly and always have a smile. If they notice anything different about my son they call me right away. They also provide "ouchie reports" for the little boo boos that happen in a little dudes day to day. They are even quick to tell me of any cute events or things that happened while he was there. Like most things nothing is ever perfect; However they have handled every incident appropriately and made documentation available. They even helped in potty training my little guy! It's also super helpful that the staff reinforces the values and acceptable behavior that I reinforce at home. Because of their support he was easy to potty train & is well behaved
We found Loving Arms Mommy Care after using a previous provider with whom we were very unhappy. At the time, my son was 15 months, and he is now over 2 years old. From the moment I met Sky, I knew she was loving, attentive, and completely authentic. Her home is clean and organized, and meals/snacks provided are healthy and varied. She is really interactive with the children and strives to guide fun activities that help them develop socially and cognitively (very important to me as a teacher!). She is great with nap time, and is honestly the only care provider we've used that my son will happily sleep for. She is honest, has fantastic communication, and is flexible with accommodating schedules while maintaining professional boundaries. If breastfeeding is important to you, she is knowledgeable and wonderful with appropriate feeding techniques and volumes. My son LOVES going to Loving Arms and we couldn't be happier with the service and care our family has received.
As a parent of 2, all we want is for our kids to be in a safe environment and that would give us a peace of mind knowing that they are in great hands as we drop them off every morning and go about our working life. We have never felt any negative vibe or negative intuition about the staff and the facility at all every time we drop off our boys in the morning. Our boys have been enrolled here for over 3 months now. They get nothing but love from the teachers especially the infant room. Very nurturing and caring staff and the facility is very clean. In fact, the last 3 months we have been coming here, our boys only got sick maybe once compared to them getting sick almost every other week from our previous day care. Incidents happen where they get bit or scratched and vice versa, but they are toddlers and its bound to happen from my opinion. The staffs are on point in notifying us about the incident report and actions they took to remedy the situation.
Some of these reviews are really outdated. And some of them are from teachers who got let go because of theyre performance and some are from parents whos children for expelled for their lack of parenting skills you can't really blame that on the center a few are from people who didn't pay their bill and are trying to make the place look bad if you look at the dates youll see how far outdated they are but in the past two years the place has made remarkable changes for the better all the rooms f got new paint the tile has been stripped and rewaxed and the carpets are cleaned often the staff are always welcoming and nurturing and caring and will go out of their way to help any parents who need it the prices are decent and the place is a completely different than it was back in those years so unless you've been there and seen the changes you can't judge a book by its cover i
My youngest two children (ages 4 and 1) have been going to Loving Arms for about 6 months, and I couldn't be happier with the care they receive. Childcare is exactly as stated---a loving mother with many years of experience to care for your children. She supplies healthy meals, lots of great toys and activities to engage the kiddos, and manages to stick to nap schedules as well. Communication and scheduling has been a breeze because she is very flexible and easy to work with. I highly recommend this childcare provider and to be honest, am saddened by the negative review I read---especially since I am cognizant of the circumstances surrounding the situation and find the review extremely unfair. I highly recommend Loving Arms for anyone looking for quality childcare for his or her children.
I have my son in the summer program and after school. As much as they have to do as teachers they always make my son a priority. He also has severe food allergies and they go out of their way to accomodate and allow me to bring his lunch in. Everyone there knows who I am and my child. I come from out of state not knowing many people and this experience allows me not to have to worry about my son while I am at work. They have even called me before a field trip to make sure my son was going so he would not be left out.. who does that? The front desk which is the pulse of the operation exceeds in organization and strong customer service experience. I am only saddened that I will not be using the services during the school year.
You have a family from Africa filing for child care. The mother's name is Salama Lupandu. She says her daughter is 16 years old and needs to attend school. She cleans for me and told me her daughter is really 19 years old and not 16 years old. How does one report fraud to DES? She is trying to get free day care for her daughter's child of 2 years old. This daughter also has a blood disease. Does this mean she has brought AIDS into our country? Don't we have enough on our medical system getting free medical care without allowing more into our country to take care of? This family lives in Peoria, AZ. They all are in the care giver working field. Salama works for Ability 360.
Just Kids Preschool is the best daycare I've shopped around and other daycare's don't provide my daughter with the attention she needs because they have sooo many other kids its impossible for them to give undevided attention. The staff at Just Kids Preschool get on the floor and interact with my daughter she hugs them and smiles when she see's them. They are able to keep a closer eye on her in case a fight breaks out with the kids. Her meals are waiting for her when I drop her off in the morning,
I love this daycare. Ms. Susie and Jim are very involved with what goes on in the classrooms and it is evident that they have genuine love for the type of busyness they are in. My little one loves it at this school as a 3 year old. It feels like home, and not like a facility of hundreds of kids where you are not sure what your child will be doing. At Susie Mamma Bears I feel my daughter is save, well watched over, and the right staff. Thanks Ms. Susie and Jim for operating a wonderful daycare!