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Bridges Early Childhood Ed

Preschool | Nonsectarian | 80 students |

PHONE: (480) 924-8008

1201 North 66th Street

Mesa, AZ 85205

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Mesa's Bridges Early Childhood Ed is a preschool that enrolls 80 students.

This preschool's average Community Rating, based on 4 reviews, is 5 out of 5 stars.

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Posted on Feb 12, 2013
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Wonderful, caring teachers. Very good school. They use positive reinforcement and model good behavior. EXCELLENT!
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Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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My two sons have attended Bridges (B2 campus) for 2 years and we absolutly love it. The staff and teachers are all well educated and you can tell they love children. They have super fun activities all the time. In fact my kids have so much fun that they never want to leave! As a parent I absolutly love that my kids are with people every day who truly love my kids. Great - great- great preschool.
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Posted on Feb 5, 2009
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My daughter attended Bridges for 2 years, and my son has now attended for 2.5 yrs. Kids are actually taught, not just a daycare. On-site owners very involved, warm staff and wonderful teachers, no yelling or verbal abuse (which we have unfortunately witnessed in the charter elementary system). My son can easily count to 40, K. requires to 5. He knows all his letters, letter sounds, and loves to look at books on his own free time. Been writing his name since he was 3. Plenty of play time outside, they get to picnic outside for meals if weather allows, in shaded area. Lots of water play in warmer months. Songs, artwork, games for learning. My daughter has sensory processing disorder, and she had no trouble there or now at elementary school. Lots of sensory stations. Both kids very curious about everything and love learning. We will miss Bridges next yr!
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Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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My two year old son and two year old nephew just started at Bridges two weeks ago and they are, as their teacher put it, 'Partners in crime'. So far, teachers have been very good handling these two very rambunctious little boys. I've seen lots of firm, loving discipline, lots of reinforcement, and lots of great feedback and info on how their days go from the teacher. So far, there has been tons of parent-teacher communication, which I think is so important. I will be starting my volunteer work there next week, so I'll come back and review again once I see 'behind the scenes'.
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Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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My daughter has attended Bridges for two years and they are wonderful! Excellent staff and programs.
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