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  • A
    Seeds is such a great place.  They really care for our little girl like she's their own.  Parking has never been a problem for us and as long as you can pick up by 5:30 that's also a non-issue.  I recommend Seeds to all of our friends in the area.  It's run by three ladies who used to do in-home but wanted to group together and run a center like an in-home daycare.  Clean, professional, friendly and caring.  Plus the price is great, can't ask for any more.
    - Benson C.
  • D
    I e-mailed College Nannies and Tutors and another company in the early evening.  I did not expect a response that evening since it was after business hours.  However, I did not receive a response the next day and now it is three days later and I still have not received a response.  Very dissapointing that they do not respond to my request even if it was only to tell me that they had no tutoring openings.  The other company that I e-mailed at the same time responded early the next morning and has been responded within two business hours to all my questions.
    - Howard K.
  • F
    This is an average daycare, save for the temper of the owner. There is a parking problem at this facility. Only 3-4 spaces are available for parents to park in the parking lot as the rest of the spaces are used by the staff. Seeds closes at 5:30 and pick up is really busy. I requently ended up parking on the street as there were no spaces in the lot. I shared my concerns with the owners and their response was to yell at me that they do not know how to solve the situation. Donna and Elaine totally lost their cool and yelled at me in front of my kids, other parents, and other kids. Needless to say I moved my kids to Creative Kids Academy down the street. They are open until 6, have enough parking spaces and cost just a dollar more per week.
    - Alicia H.
  • A
    My daughter, a toddler, has been at Sunshine Valley for almost two months now, and I can't say enough how happy I am that I decided on this day care. All of the staff are nurturing and loving -- children are really treated kindly. I love how many projects and theme weeks and activities they're always doing, too. When I was a stay-at-home mom, I was always running out of ideas ... I really think my daughter is getting better stimulation at day care than I provided when we were home together, without a doubt. (Fridays is music class! Yesterday they did art with dyeing whip cream!) The first couple of weeks at day care are tough in the mornings -- your child bawls and you get into your car and go to work crying, too. But for quite some time now, my daughter literally RUNS to her room at Sunshine Valley in the mornings! :) She loves it there, and that makes me so happy and relieved.
    This child care center is very clean, organized, bright and sunny, and well-run. All the teachers are very communicative and seem to have an excellent grasp of child development. The two directors at Sunshine Valley have been doing this for decades and are very wise about children, very sweet women. If a child is having a tough day, I've seen the directors snuggling that child and rocking them.
    - Sylvia C.
  • F

    My child was moved from the 3 year old room to the 4 year old/pre-k room in March to allow for more space in the 3 year old room for toddlers to be moved up. The teachers in the 3 year old room were always very good about informing me of my child?s day, both good and bad. However, he "teachers" in the new room (the pre-k room) did not effectively communicate how my child was doing on a day to day basis as they were generally gone by the time I arrived to pick up my child which was generally at approximately 4:45-5pm. On two occasions when picking up my child the face had cuts and scrapes and only once was an incident report available, we had to track down the assistant director for an explanation of what had happened, a month later there will still scars on his face. I was not notified of when my child started acting out either until it has escalated to a point of him being put on a behavior plan. I tried to work with the classroom teachers on proven tactics for coaching him, de-escalating, etc. and they simply indicated they did not have time to do any of the suggested methods. The center director was very rude and flippant, did not want to help with the situation at all, and even lied about interactions with actual school district staff who tried to assist on behalf of my child, who goes to the school districts pre-school twice weekly for speech. I escalated the issue to the corporate office, who did talk to me and heard my concerns, however in the following days there was no noticeable change in behaviors towards my child or myself. Ultimately we chose to go with another day care provider.


    - Sarah K.
  • F
    My child was moved from the 3 year old room to the 4 year old/pre-k room in March to allow for more space in the 3 year old room for toddlers to be moved up. The teachers in the 3 year old room were always very good about informing me of my child?s day, both good and bad. However, he "teachers" in the new room (the pre-k room with 4 and 5 year olds) did not effectively communicate how my child was doing on a day to day basis as they were generally gone by the time I arrived to pick up my child which was generally at approximately 4:45-5pm. I would ask how my child was that day, and the floaters that were left in the room generally indicated they did not know as they were just floaters.
    On two occasions when picking up my child had significant cuts and scrapes on his face and only once was an incident report available. I had to track down the assistant director for an explanation of what had happened for the second incident.  Now, a month later there are still scars on his face.
    I was notified via phone while at work that my child had started acting out and was getting escalated (examply, hitting, throwing toys, pushing other children). So, I tried to work with the teachers and assistant director to get to the source of my child's acting out and correcting it, going out of my way daily to find someone who was still there at 5 pm at night who could tell me how my child was during the day.  The situation escalated dramatically almost exactly 1 week later when the director stayed late to give me the paperwork indicating my child had been placed on a behavior plan and only had 5 more incidents prior to him being removed from the center. I tried to work with the classroom teachers on proven tactics for coaching him, de-escalating, etc. and they simply indicated they did not have time to do any of the suggested methods. Essentially they did not want to take the time to get on my son's level and tell him that when he pushes another child it hurts that child, and ask we don't want to hurt other kids do we, and give him a minute to process.
    The center director was very rude and flippant, even making the off hand comment of "I am sorry if you lose your job because of this" and gave the general impression of not wanting to help with the situation at all. The center director even lied about interactions with actual school district staff who tried to assist on behalf of my child, putting in writing that the school staff agreed my child was a poor fit, when the reality was the school staff wanted to come to the day care for a day to assist with de-escalation measures for my child. 
    I escalated the issue to the corporate office, who did talk to me and heard my concerns, however in the following days there was no noticeable change in behaviors towards my child or myself and no follow up from corporate. There was also no answer for why my child was in the new room for a whole month and a half without anyone telling me that he was having issues. No explanation for how it went from one day telling me my child is acting out to a week later being on a plan that would result in him being expelled.  The teachers still refused to employ any of the proven tactics for de-escalating my child, did not even try talking to him when he was starting to act out.  Ultimately we chose to go with another day care provider as I felt the staff at this center did not care for the well being of my child and the teachers' indifference ultimately is leading to creating an unsafe environment for all children there. I would not recommend this center.
    - Sarah K.
  • A
    Greenwood Elementary has a totally awesome after school program called Homebase. They are all As. It was a very good experience. My kids have since aged out. I think the staff genuinely enjoyed working with kids and that made all the difference. They liked doing arts and crafts, playing sports, playing board games, and reading all with the kids. They enjoyed being with the kids. 
    - Kimberly H.
  • A
    I can't say enough about FCDC, especially their infant program.  We are now in the toddler program, and while we still think the experience is great, the infant program is simply incredible.  Our child is able to play outdoors, go for walks, participate in water and sand play, music, art and science programs.  We enjoy most of the teachers and are able to interact with them well.  I have no issues or concerns leaving my child with them for care. 
    - KARLA L.
  • A
    . It is a walk in child centre. If you want to go out for dinner for an hour or two and you not going to be late it is convenient because it is flexible. If you cannot get a baby sitter this child care centre is open from 9.30 to I am not very sure to what time but it could be up to 8 to 10 at night. It is very unusual that you have these hourly child cares. This centre has top notch immunity as far as employees so the same people who took care of my kids when they were two are still there even when my kids are six and nine. I have not used them for a while mainly because now I have couple more sitters in the neighbourhood. They do a great job. Price wise they may be a little bit higher than having someone come to your house. They charge you per child. But it is cheaper than having someone come and babysit at your house. I will use them in the future.
    - ERICA B.
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    - VENKATA G.
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