Preschool | Nonsectarian |

751 N Trezevant St

Memphis, TN 38112

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Posted July 20, 2013

My child has been a part of Evergreen for 3 years now and we LOVE it! We've only experienced the primary class so far and have had such a positive time.
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Posted April 16, 2013

I had many issues with the school biggest ones being: 1. With tuition as high as any other private school, the building and security is very below expectations. The main gate stayed open many times and no one around to watch the comings and going with kids standing in hallway or looking through the door as parents leave kids. 2. I found kids unsupervised many times. No one checks ID if a new person comes to pick them up. 3. The morning hand off is not at all handled well. I left my son confused on the playground or hallway so many times. 4. No schedule: I have year long schedules for both kids from both their new schools listing meetings, picture days, holidays, vacations, trips. I never knew the schedules, agendas or what they did during the day. 6.Too much asking for volunteering on weekends. 7. muddy yard in the frony that is HIGHLY UNSAFE with just a wooden door 8. Too much attitude and not receptive at all about concerns or questions. 9. summer session had no schedule what so ever. Many times I waited for 20 minutes after 8.30 because no one showed up on time to open school. If u are stay at home, u are fine or else u will be very confused here.
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Posted May 20, 2011

I totally agree, with the exception that I think most day care centers would provide better supervision of children than this school does. Parents who express concern are treated as if they are the problem instead of the school making efforts to improve the supervision and safety of the children. The school's encouragement of parent involvement is to require parent volunteer hours and/or donations. When I volunteered or donated, I was never thanked or encouraged to be present on a routine basis in my child's classroom.
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