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PHONE: (415) 922-4060

1830 Sutter Street

San Francisco, CA 94115

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Posted May 25, 2012

Awesome pre-school! Some of the things I love most about this school: 1.) This school is extremely organized and well-structured with a great amount of individual freedom for the children. The children are constantly engaged in learning activities and whenever you stop by, they always seem happy. 2.) It s bi-lingual (Japanese/English). 3.) They have a cook on staff and provide healthy, warm, and fresh meals several times a day from breakfast to lunch and snacks. And best of it all, they have a no sweets policy! 4.) The children brush their teeth before nap time. 5.) They have numerous activities (picnics, ice-skating, fundraisers, etc.) going on throughout the year where parents can get to know each other and children can enjoy time with their peers. 6.) The director, assistant director and the teachers are all wonderful. And when you drop off your child in the morning, you ll be greeted with they biggest smile from the morning teacher(s). 7.) If you re communicating a matter about your child to one teacher, all other teachers will be informed. It seems like every single teacher knows about every single child. That s quite amazing considering there are 48 children.
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