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PHONE: (909) 861-2260

400 Rancheria Road

Diamond Bar, CA 91765

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Posted August 31, 2013

This will be my third year at the Co-op. My daughter attended 3 yrs ago and she is still talking about and loves her old teachers. My son is now in his 2nd year starting this Sept. and can't wait to start!! We love the parent to child ratio. Second to none! Your child won't get this kind of attention at any other preschool. Really excited for the "new" learning experience my son will have with new equipment and IPADs. Stepping Stones will be stepping it up this year for more learning. 2oth Century style Snack is regulated by state standard. Their is NO FREE pour with juice. Kids I believe get no more than half a cup. So, I'm unsure about the woman below who ranted about school snack/juice. Special handling with food preparation is always discussed at monthly meetings, signs posted and special dietary concerned in BOLD on refridge at snack time. The parent involvement and friends you meet while watching your child learn and grow in a loving, exciting, fun environment is second to none. I wouldn't have my son attend any other preschool. I'd rather pay $200 a month and be involved then have my son attend a FREE preschool with no heart. WE LOVE DIAMOND BAR COMMUNITY PRESCHOOL!!
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Posted August 13, 2013

This school is simply amazing! Years ago, when my oldest was ready for preschool, a trusted friend pointed me towards Diamond Bar Community Preschool. We absolutely fell in love with the caring teachers and family community at the school. My oldest was so prepared for Kindergarten by the time he finished preschool and had such a confidence and love for education. I firmly believe his success today a direct result of his experience here which provided his scholastic foundation. Now my youngest attends the school and I am so appreciative that he has access to the same warm, nurturing experience my eldest had. We drive a ways just so we can provide our child with, what I believe is, the best preschool experience there is. The teachers, Ms. Mitzie and Mrs. Pamela are very organized, warm and knowledgeable. My sons love the hands on learning and calendar filled with fun activities. I love having the opportunity to witness, firsthand, my child learning and interacting. This is our last year here, and I am so grateful that I took my friends recommendation years ago. We have made life long friends here and have provided our children with the best in academic start available.
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Posted August 13, 2013

This is one and only kind of co-op preschool. My first daughter went and my second one is in for third year. The place is very clean and have a huge playground with variety of toys. You get to involve with your kid's activity and learn about school system. More over, you meet great people (moms) and become your best friend. Furthermore, I love the director and teacher. They are so experienced with kids and have patience with them in any circumstances. They pour love to the children. I highly recommend this school if you are looking for preschool.
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Posted November 27, 2012

The idea is great but in reality there are things that they are not willing to change that made us leave regrettably. 1. Kids don't eat after hand washing. They do calendar indoors then eat outside. To the children whom we are suppose to teach good habits would not make that connection and is not sanitze in my book. 2. If you don't mind that your child is eating junk food at school which is suppose to be exemplary for us all. With that many kids and is always someone's birthday so cakes is eaten regularly at 10am especially is a 2/3 day kids. All other snack would be chicken nuggets, qusadilla the like prepared by a parent hoping they should have foodhandler traing. Straight juice is offered in help-yourself pitcher for the children and of course it always need a few refills compare o the water jug. They really limit what is offered to students. Loaded Ice cream sundaes, candies...should I go on. 3.You don't really know whom have been the authority figure for your child because they don't discriminate. I heard from one working parent that "boys don't cry in school" to a four years old when he fell off his bike. 4.Weapon toys and girls only like pink are the messages send
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