• 1.Texas Department of Public Safety

    1600 Loop 306

    San Angelo,TX

    3.80 mi


    To the Spanish lady giving cdl test on 2/17/2017. Was rude and seemed very uninterested in paying attention to how hard these guys work to get their CDL's. If you are happy with your job then leave an

  • 2.Public Safety Texas Dept

    113 W Beauregard Ave

    San Angelo,TX

    0.21 mi

  • 3.Intergraph Public Safety

    3646 Apollo Ln

    San Angelo,TX

    2.69 mi

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By: Steffany W.
Little Rascals Club House
Best day care ever! Super clean. Best teachers. New owners have really done a fantastic job. Just like any daycare there are different things you ask for your child and they will work with you to get it done. If I have a problem or question it's addressed immediately, the problem never comes back. They replaced the floors, painted some color inside, brand new state of the art cameras, and last but not least brand new play ground for the kiddos. I wouldn't have my kid go anywhere else. Fantastic place!
By: Kate H.
Gingerbread House
Don't pass judgement based on the review from 2009. My son has been going to GBH since 2010 and it's an amazing place. I wouldn't recommend it to other parents if it wasn't a safe place to have your children. There is a new director and she loves the kids and my son has learned so much. I am sad he leaves for Kindergarten in a few months.... we will both miss the staff there.
By: Lacy Y.
Southwest Children's Academy
I love this daycare. My son has been going to them for over a year, almost two. All the providers are super nice and the director is amazing. They do discipline, as in telling the children when they are wrong in a direct tone. Which I am ok with, more children need to be disciplined not redirected. Unfortunately, we're moving to Germany and will be leaving. Super sad. :(
By: Shelly S.
Little Rascals Club House
This center is a caring, professional and educational environment. My three children have enjoyed this center since the day they enrolled. The teachers are mindful and caring to all the children in their classroom. I especially love Ms. Amanda in the 18-23 month class and Ms. Brooke in the 12-17 month class. I highly recommend this daycare.
By: Cady D.
Gingerbread House
This is an amazing preschool. The staff really cares about the kids. They are very well taken care of and will be ready for kindergarten after completing the pre k program! Not many preschool care as much as they do!
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