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Rainbowland Nursery School 24
Posted August 26, 2014
- a parent
My child has just started going to the daycare program at this school and I really haven't seen any of the negative things previously commented. When I drop my daughter off, the teachers are very friendly and professional. I get weekly art projects that she brings home and she's very happy there. She loves telling me about other children and friends that she has made (I must say I was really surprised because it's her first daycare experience). I'll write another review at a later date after we've experienced this school more, but I am very happy right now.
I have to admit that I am little disturbed by the previous review. So I thought it would be fair to share my experience with the school and take up the pest issue with the director. My son has been going here since he was 10 months old. He is 3 now and is doing great. He loves his teachers. When I pick him up in the evening, he runs into his old class rooms and hugs his old teachers. He rarely gets sick and has never been injured or bitten. I have always been able to visit the classes during the day and talk to his teachers about his progress. The classrooms are run in a very orderly and structured way. They even manage to get the infants to sit in a circle. My only complaints are that sometimes information doesn't get passed from the morning to the afternoon staff and the afternoon staff is more like babysitters than teachers.
My son is currently attending the Infant Room and it is amazing how much he is learning from the school. He loves the teachers and his friends, and me and my husband are extremely happy that we chose Rainbowland. Teachers are very laid back and loving, needless to say experienced.
I am a parent of two who currently attend Rainbowland. My children have been there since 10 months old. Very safe, the teachers are amazing in the infant and toddler rooms. Mr. Maureen, the teacher in the 2 year old class can handle any 2 year old. I can call or drop by the school any time, leave a message and the teacher usually calls me back within 20min. The playground is not so big, but it is a nicely closed space and gets used in the summer a lot. The school also has a summer camp, where 2.5 year old begin to learn how to write letters and start getting homework, which I find amazing. No problems, no incidents for the 2 years that we have been there. The food is not that great, mostly pizza and chicken nuggets, but they get fresh fruit every day. Birthdays are a big.