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  • A
    Seacoast Community School
    parent-teacher meetings, but mostly they're focused on creating a healthy, happy, supportive environment for the kids.
    - Lauren S.
  • A
    Little Tree Education
    Our 2 year old began attending Little Tree in early June and is loving it. And as parents, we love the incredible flexibility. Only need a couple days of care? How about only from 7am to 12:30pm? Little Tree offers educational Montessori-based care that is both high quality for the child AND flexible and affordable for the parents. Tuition rates are reasonable, and scale to the number of days and schedule. For example, sending a toddler for five full days is about $1,200 a month.Four full days is just about $1,000.Want only full 3 days? It's $860. How about two mornings (7am to 12:30pm)? Just $398 a month! This flexible, affordable scheduling is a real innovation for parents who might be used to fewer choices at higher cost. As Little Tree parents, we couldn't be happier. Give them a look.
    - Thomas E.
  • A
    Happy Helpers Preschool & Child Care
    This is my daughters first week at Happy Helpers.  The entire staff has been very friendly and accomodating.  They have made my daughter feel very welcome, like a part of the family.  She was not at all nervous when I left her with the staff and other children there.  She went right off to play with no problems.  Right now they are just starting their summer program, since the school year has ended, but I know they will do great things teaching and preparing my daughter for kindergarten.  The school has an inground pool, which is one of the things my daughter was most excited about moving to this new school.  They provide the kids with swim lessons as well.  There are multiple outdoor play areas and multiple school rooms for all the various age groups.  The school is very clean and the staff is wonderful.  As we continue to go through the summer into the new school year, I look forward to my daughters experiences with Happy Helpers!
    - Jodi W.
  • A
    PLAYMATES LEARNING CENTER
    I have been sending my child to Playmates Learning Center since she was in Preschool.  She is now in 3rd grade and we currently send her there for summer camp and after school care.  I could not be more happy with the care she receives.  They are very reasonable and accommodating with tons of things for the kids to do. In the past 5 years I have never had a bad experience.  I feel like I am sending her to family and I have felt that way since the beginning.  They offer numerous things to educate and keep the children entertained and active.
    - Angela M.
  • A
    LITTLE EXPLORERS LEARNING CTR
    We have been pleased with Little Explorer's since we switched providers a few months ago.  Renee, the owner, is very pleasant to deal with and has a very nice leadership style.  I always feel like she is in control (I haven't always felt that way with other providers).    The employees there seem happy and caring.   The facility itself is a little small but they have a fairly large playground in the back, which my daughter absolutely loves.  My daughter comes home singing new songs and saying new words almost on a daily basis. Two major bonuses to this daycare center:   They don't follow the Timberlane school system for snow days.  They only close due to snow if the governor declares a state of emergency.    Also, their prices are very reasonable.  I pay $170/week  (4 days) for my 2 year old.
    - Susan C.
  • C
    BERWICK VILLAGE PRESCHOOL
    The owner, and director Ms. Donna was not prompt in returning phone calls, she had an attitude of impatience, and dishonestly misrepresented communications with parents. There was a conflict which was not resolved, it was inflated and exaggerated by the director; this communication resulted in a termination of my child's enrollment. The director did not give advance notice of the termination; I was not aware that my child was unwelcome to attend until we arrived at the school to pay the next week of tuition. Weekly tuition was $50 and the advance week of $50 was already paid. The director did not refund the 1 week prepayment that was required and paid upon enrollment. The contract clearly stated that any point enrollment ends a two week notice must be given, whether the termination process initiated by the Berwick Village Preschool, or Parents of the Child. The prepayment of $50 is meant to protect the school from late or delinquent payments by their customers (the parents). This is NOT a non-refundable fee, the only non-refundable fee is the $45 enrollment fee. Withholding funds upon intimidate termination (by the school) is a very dishonest business practice. I requested a refund for the advance payment and my request was met with a direct and absolute denial, there was no offer of partial refund or compromise. Please be advised that if your child is enrolled and termination occurs you may not receive any refund for advance payment. Additionally, field trip participation is mandatory for all students the day of field trips. There was no alternate care for the children enrolled in the daycare or the preschool. Parents are also required to transport their own children to and from the field trip. My experience was with an "Apple orchard" field trip which was a total of 14.9 miles and 27 minutes driving from the location of the school. I do not think this is suitable for professional families who need care for their children while they are at work. I would not recommend Berwick Village Preschool, I chose this school among several other desirable and inexpensive options because the location was convenient. The level of inconvenience that followed my child's attendance at this preschool surpassed the benefit of a nearby location. I would have been satisfied with an apology and a refund for the time my child did not attend, however my daughter's father and I have been awaiting a response to the voice-mail he left 2 weeks ago. Hope this review will help other families.
    - Tonya T.
  • F
    IMPRINT'S DAY SCHOOL
    I would like to state that prior to my son attending Imprints, he had been in mine and my husband's care solely, without any other interaction with children his own age. Also, when my husband and I initially met with Maria, the director, we were introduced to entirely different teachers for our son, so he had no idea who the two teachers were in his classroom on his first day. Our paper work was "lost" after meeting with them and I had to make a phone call and remind them that we were "promised" a spot for the fall.  My son started school there on a Monday and by Wednesday we had removed him from their care. The director and her two secretaries were in the lobby at the time of my arrival to pick him up on his first day. As I walked in, the director opens up a conversation with me by saying "I need a history on your child. Where was he before he came here?" I responded that I was a stay at home mother and that he had been with me. She then proceeded to tell me that she had been viewing him through the window of the classroom and that, after only 8 hours of him being in their care, she had diagnosed him with ADHD, sensory issues and that my husband and I should probably be looking into his diet because he falls down a lot. She then went on to say that she wasn't sure that they could "handle" him at their facility because he opens doors and just runs away from his teachers; that he would do much better with a smaller classroom ratio (their child to teacher classroom ratio was 6-1, which i consider quite small) or one-on-one care due to his hyperactivity disorder. I was immediately taken aback, and appalled that she did not even have the common courtesy of explaining to me her concerns, however invalidated, in a private space. There were other parents picking up their children, and other teachers and kids walking around while she had this conversation with me.  The following day, my husband who was concerned about the way that our son, and myself, were treated, came in to the facility with me to discuss what exactly the director meant by her diagnosis and whether or not she would be willing to work with him. After picking our son up at his room, we asked her, quite politely, if we could speak to her in private. Instead of taking us to an empty classroom, we followed her into, what I can only assume was her office because there were boxes of papers and filing cabinets surrounding us; it was so cramped we were forced to have a stand up conversation no more than three feet from each other, while each of us took turns holding our son because we were afraid to put him down.. It was hardly private at all considering the fact that she couldn't even close the door behind her, so her secretary could hear every bit of the conversation that we were having. Upon my husband's questioning, she went back on everything that she said to me the day before, stating that she "just meant that we should be asking [our] pediatrician about the possibility that he had ADHD and the fact that he falls down a lot" but that they couldn't help him; she was convinced and firm that she would not be willing to work with my son. We sent him to school that following Wednesday and by Friday, I had found a new daycare for him to attend (which I would like to add he has flourished while being at the last two months and the classroom ratio is the same). My husband called Imprints and spoke with Maria after our leaving the facility. Since she was the one forfeiting our contract, he asked if that meant we could at least retain half of our deposit back; she could keep one half for the three days of care but the rest would go back to us. She agreed, however we did not receive a check back from the school for another three weeks.
    - Karenelise M.
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