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Premier Child Care1
Posted October 07, 2014
- a parent
People that work the front desk are very rude plain and simple, I have witnessed that with different people not just with us, those amateurs should not be dealing with people period. My child spent 2 months there with ZERO results and kept having 2 potty accidents per day, teachers could have done a better job dealing with my child. I sent Premier Child Care a cancellation letter and took my child and enrolled him in a different daycare/school, the first week he learned 3 different songs and was able to count to 20 in English and Spanish, this week will be his 3rd week at the new daycare/school with no accident not to mention the amount of education he has learned. Parents need to reconsider where to send their children. Whoever owns Premier Child Care should re-interview all staff. One last thing, when we submitted the cancellation letter to Premier, the people at the front desk showed a major concern about the 2 week notice along with the $200 that needed to be paid which was ok with me, but the funny thing was no one showed any concern or even asked why we were taking our child out of premier.
I love Premier. I have had two kids in Premier for preschool and I found that they were exceptional at getting the kids Kindergarten ready. My oldest was able to write all of his letters and count to 100 easily when the Kindergarten screening came around. He was very good with using scissors and had mastered many of the skills they checked for at assessment time. The teachers had great qualifications. Very pleased!
This child care facility is not one I would recommend for those students who require a little more attention such as those with an Individualized Education Plan. My child who has a speech impairment was often told to "use his words" when attempting to communicate how another child in his class did something inappropriate and was often ignored by his teachers. If he could "use his words" effectively he wouldn't be receiving speech therapy services. The only time he was able to get attention was to act out. Many children with speech impairments act out because they have difficulty communicating. The teachers would often call my child "bad" and ignore his requests and statements. Instead of developing an effective behavior modification program the owner wrote a letter requesting to dismiss my child from their facility. The staff here are not not equipped to handle these types of children. If your child does not have special needs then this may be a decent place.