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Andrews Mem Readiness School5
Posted November 27, 2011
- a parent
My children went here for three years while I was in law school. I did not agree with every decision that was made, but I always knew that my children were safe and, more importantly, cared for while they were there. My oldest is now four, and she still remembers the teachers she had at Andrews because she loved them. No school is perfect, but this one was a great blessing to us in many ways. I would put my children here again in a heartbeat. -John Wait
My son has been at this daycare since he was 7 weeks old and is almost 4 years old now. This daycare is great and the teachers really love the kids. My child has learned so much about God and comes home telling me about the bible stories he has heard. The education my child has gotten there so far is fantastic. He will definately be ready for kindergarten.
We are currently looking at another daycare setting for our child. We are unhappy with the security of the building, the lack of stimulating toys and/or centers for the students, and the lack of support for the directors. The teacher's try their best, while not getting paid enough and as they deserve. The diet in the building is poor, serving snacks and foods high in sugar and sodium. Overall we have become very disappointed and wish that the teacher's could earn more money to help them be more excited about their jobs. It feels very unwelcoming.
The creeper room has WONDERFUL teachers. Ms. Judy and Ms. Ashley do a wonderful job in watching the students, loving the students, and engaging them in play. I am devistated that my child has to leave their room. They are the best teachers and so good to the children. Ms. Judy is ALWAYS cleaning and making sure that the room is sanitary for the students.
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