Kids R Kids # 44 was the third day care center that my child attended in one year . My child is allergic to everything under the sun and the other 2 places didn't offer my child the safe environment that I was looking for him. My son was in Ms Buss' Private PreK class.I don't have enough words to thank my son's teachers ( Ms Buss , Ms Mel& Ms Gina - the before and after school teachers)for helping me to keep my son safe and healthy ( he has severe food allergies ). The owner - Mr David is really nice and helpful and he doesn't act like a "know it all " , he listens to you and doesn't make you feel like " that crazy parent " . My son has bad pollen allergies and Mr David was so helpful when I asked him to keep my son inside while the pollen count was high and keep the windows closed in his classroom . I was really , really happy with this place and I am really hard to please !!! Thank you everybody at Kids R Kids # 44 !----------
Posted: 5/30/2013 • Link to this review
Student are very diverse. School offers a lot of summer camp activities for students. One bad note, when the kids go on a field trip to the movies they have to pay for there own popcorn. I felt it should have been included for the price you have to pay for daycare.
Posted: 11/12/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
When my child came home with some other kid's clothes one day, missing his another, and another kid's generic pull-up that caused him rashes, I was concerened. Then a big bump on his head and no one there knew anything about it. Then we find the reason he's been sick is they never made a note of his milk allergy from the application. Ad to that, pg-13 movies being shown to our kindergartner. Stay away.
Posted: 2/22/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
My son has attended the Kids R Kids before and after school program for 1.5 years. They provide an enjoyable experience with time for homework and indoor/outdoor play. Tuition rates are reasonable and competetive. Owners on premesis.
Posted: 4/25/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review