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I sent my son there for a period of 3 months and the whole time it was one complaint after another about him. They even asked me to get psychiatric help for my 21/2 year old! Really?! While my son is not perfect he is not this insane child they made him out to be. I enrolled my son in another school about a week later and he has been thriving there (he s been there much longer then he was at Acacia). He is a bit of a class clown at times but never had I gotten a report that he has anger issues or anything to that effect as with at Acacia. The teacher has virtually no personality I have no idea how she entertains 2-3 year olds all day. The rest of the staff seem to very young and inexperienced when it comes to dealing with a spirited child such as mine. So bottom line if your child is docile then this would be a good school for you but if your child has actually acts like a NORMAL 2 year old then your better off sending them somewhere else.
Extremely good school. Ms. Alisa is great and works really well with the children. I have Ms. Sharon as a teacher for my 2-yr child and she is amazing. She defintely has experience and I believe has been there for 10 yrs plus. She provides struture, discipline and the care you need for little ones. My child cried for the first few days and it was emotionally difficult for me however my little one is now doing just fine. My child is also learning a lot thanks to the teacher and staff. If I can make a slight request it would be to boost the parent/teacher morale for communication. A little more personality in staff.
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