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Posted February 26, 2015
- a parent
I went to go visit this school today and was very disappointed. The administrative assistant showed me around the school. She was rude, uninformed, lacked excitement and really had no clue what was going on. She never introduced herself to me or my daughter! I finally did after about 20 minutes of being there, and she kept calling my daugter by the wrong name, how rude and unprofessional! We went into the toddler room, the kids were filthy and all sick. One of the toddlers sneezed in front of his teaches and phlegm flew out onto their work area and she didn't wipe it up!!! It stunk so bad in there and they all walked around like zombies. AWEFUL, sad sad place for those toddlers. Don't take your babies there. It made me cry it was such a depressing place.
No one smiles at this school, everyone seems unhappy. The front office is not helpful and rude. You are not welcome to see your child during activities, they will give you a bad attitude if you show up to see how your child is doing. I never receive a news letter even I asked for it 3 times. Very unprofessional and sad school. Big waste of time and money, your child will learn nothing, when I asked the teacher for my son's daily activities, she said: reading and circle time from 8am to 11am and then free time for the rest of the day . I am paying a lot of money and my son is only playing . I dont think so.
My Three year old went to Primrose for a school year and while I loved her teacher. The owners and mangers are awful. The school was so overpriced and I did not feel like my child got very much out of primrose.
Primrose at Reunion is the best option in an area full of bad options. The teachers do a wonderful job but are severely hamstrung by an administrator and owner who cut corners at every possible point. We ve maintained friendships with our child s former teachers (many of whom have left the school) and have heard horror stories. Teachers finance projects out of their own pockets despite a hefty supply fee, facility maintenance is done to the bare minimum (the owners promised new carpeting after a flood in December the old carpeting is still in place), and items that ethically (though not legally) should be reported to the parents are held back. Despite all of this, the teachers are truly wonderful and do an amazing job. Teacher turnover is extremely high but that may be the nature of the business. The curriculum is first-rate and our child has learned an incredible amount over the 3+ years that he has been at the school.
Our child has attended Primrose in Reunion since the start, (infancy) and we have seen amazing growth! The staff is friendly, professional, and engage the students with a challenging environment! I highly recommend this school!