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  • A
    Overall, I'll give them an A.  Price, probably need to give them a B.  They're expensive - they are.

    I do - I feel good about the service; we continue to use that service.  They do go out of their way, go the extra mile if you will, for my kids and everything.  We take our kids there but they are there on time and they're there the whole time.  We reviewed a couple of places and I will say the availability was a much higher factor than anything else because all the day cares around here have a waiting list.  We used them for our oldest boy, and then when our youngest came around we used them again. For the staff, they're very good.  There's a curriculum, they're legitimately trying to be a pre-school.  We're talking about really young children, but I mean they have a curriculum and they have a plan more than just a supervised play time. They're very reliable.  They don't close for pretty much of anything.  They're not closing for weather, they're not closing for a lot of the silly stuff that you have to deal with at schools and all that.  We've been using them for about two years.
    - Frederick C.
  • F
    Where do I start? When touring the place I inquired about being able to bring my daughter's food and ensuring that she not be fed any food that was provided by the center. Whilst transitioning her to the center I would drop her off for less than 2 hours only to pick her up and be informed that she was given food that I did not send for her to eat. I'm unaware of any allergies at this time. The infant room is dirty, cluttered and unkept. I would come in and there would be food on the floor, babies with no pants on, babies with no socks on etc. I had started work at this point so I could not immediately pull her from the program. I went to the center one day to visit my daughter on lunch break to find her on the floor eating another child's food as if she were a dog waiting for scraps. The teachers were unaware that she even had something in her mouth. BTW it was an old macaroni noodle that was hard so it was a choking hazard. I would drop my daughter off in clean clothes, pick her up and her knees and feet were black from crawling around on a dirty floor. It snowed and they put kitty litter outside the door. The rugs were visibly dirty. I spoke with the director and shared my concerns and I was met with objection. At this point I diligently looked for other alternatives. Thank God I found one that she could attend once I was done with training and was close to my job. They replaced the rugs and started taking proactive steps to keep the area clean that the babies were in. Last week it was freezing weather my daughter had to be picked up by a relative. I kept her car seat, coat, hat, blanket etc there just in case someone else has to get her for me. Well apparently this day I "took her stuff" and it wasn't there. The teacher was content with sending her outside with no coat, no hat, no blanket. After calling the center they confirmed that yes her stuff was there and they didn't know why the teacher said that. Too late now, my daughter is home but I still need her things. A lady was nice enough to bring her things to our residence. Only to find that there was no hat. I informed the teacher of this and requested that they find her hat or replace it. Apparently I should have begged her, got on my hands and knees and asked nicely because today my daughter was kicked out of the program because I "didn't seem happy." No I wasn't happy. Although arrangements have to be made for the next week, I am happy that our stint with Tiny Town is over. This place is nasty, unorganized and incompetent. There were other mothers who would complain and after speaking to them they were in the same situation I was in. Not satisfied, still had to work and were on waiting lists for better centers. Please do not take your children here!! Go the opposite direction. Our children deserve to be in a safe, clean and properly functioning environment.
    - Morgan H.
  • A
    Munsey provides a really top-notch program.  They emphasize art and music in a loving, supporting atmosphere. They are willing to work with our schedules and both of our boys love(d) it there.  I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for preschool programs and child care during the day.  Munsey runs (mostly) on the Johnson City School schedule, which makes it easier if you have other children in that system. 
    My sons also take Compuchild classes offered through the school, and use the after care program which provides fun activities and learning after class is over while mom and/or dad are at work.
    After 4 years at Munsey, my oldest entered kindergarten knowing much more than most of his peers, such as how to count to 30, all his letters, how to read basic words, how to write his name, his phone number and address, how to play with others and act in a school environment, how to use scissors, paint, and draw. He was very confident in his abilities and does well in school.
    I am very pleased with the teachers and the program at Munsey, and my younger son goes there now, as well. It's a little pricier than some other preschools in town, but very much worth it. It's not the most expensive, either.
    They take children ages 2-6, as little as 2 and as many as 5 days a week.
    - McKenna C.
  • A
    We have been taking our children there since our oldest was 8 months old, almost 6 years ago. They employ a caring, energetic staff. Just make sure you call 48 hours in advance before you bring a child younger than 1 year or you won't get in. If your child is older, just come during KAS (Kids' Activity Station) hours and work out worry free!
    - McKenna C.
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    - Frederick C.
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