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Little Guppy Child Development Center5
Posted June 27, 2013
- a parent
Love this school! The staff are excellent, pay attention to our little one's needs and growth. They give daily reports on activities and are very helpful if you have questions. My child has learned a lot since he's started. He likes coming to school each morning he asks if he can see his friends and teachers. I would recommend it to any parent looking for a stable and secure place.
This is a wonderful center! My daughter recently completed their preschool program and made a very successful transition to Kindergarten. She left Little Guppy printing her letters very well and reading so many of the sight words from the K-1 list from the school district! Most importantly, I left her classroom each morning knowing that teachers genuinely care for her and would nurture her interests and her heart throughout the day. The teachers give 100% to the children each day and the directors and support staff are wonderful and always available! I hope to be able to send any other children we may have to this center some day!
I like this daycare because my baby likes it. Every time I drop her off she is interacting with the employees and when I pick her up she is playing and laughing. My child s physical, mental and developmental condition tells me they are treating her with dignity. Their teachers are young but I like that because a younger person is more likely to leave their job if they are not happy. In general daycare positions are not the kind of job that are financially rewarding. I don t want someone to watch my kid that needs the job; I want someone that wants the job. Someone older is going to need the job to pay the bills to support their family and if they are too old they may impose their old fashion outlook that may not be safe for my child. The staff follows regulations and not their own beliefs. The employees are new teachers and student teachers so they are practicing the newest developmental tools with my kid. My child s face tells me everything when I pick her up. That s all that matters!