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Salvation Army Pre-School

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PHONE: (951) 784-4495

3695 1st Street

Riverside, CA 92501

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Salvation Army Pre-School is located in Riverside, California.

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Posted on May 15, 2013
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My son picked up quite a few bad habits here. At first he was coming home "injured" everyday with an "ouch" report. Then all of the sudden those stopped and he started coming home with bad reports that he was hitting kids. He was finally expelled for it. This is a child that NEVER got a single report home from his previous school that he was at for a year. He was in and out of this place in 4mo. When I finally got down to the root after having to shadow and monitor him on my lunch hour. Talking to the other kids and my son, it turns out my son was defending himself. In the reports they paint a very different story, that my son hits innocent children for no reason. They also lie in the "ouch" reports on how the children were injured. They dont say the other kid hit your kid, they make up somethig else. Which is why it took me so long to figure it all out. The place is clean, the tuition is cheap but they are understaffed and under educated in dealling with certain age groups. I wasnt mad that it was going on because its normal for the age group, I was just very angery that I was punishing my son for things he didnt do, now he is confused.
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Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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They really work with you and your child's needs are the most important. There is always someting for you and your child to do together. This school always encourages family and teachers working together to make each child the absolute best that they can be.
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