Primrose School of Lassiter offers child care and preschool programs for children 6 weeks to 5 years old in Marietta. Primrose provides a safe and nurturing environment where children thrive.
I hear good reviews about this place and every time, I am thinking : are you out of your mind? We went to tour the place. The girl who toured the place was lifeless and not very motivated. The employees were on on their cellphone or ipad, and were yawning...in front of us. One young blond employee looked like she partied all night and was just there staring at nothing while kids were playing around. They all seemed careless and looked at us like we bothered them with our visit. In a separate room, one woman was cooking in a very big pot, and was not using any gloves or head cover. She was scratching her head over the cooking pot...it is gross! We decided to not go for it. We care about our child's development, and I fear how they act when no parents are watching. I don't think they saw us well when we visited as we were behind a glass and I am glad we saw what we needed to see. They straightened their backs once we entered the rooms but it was too late!! Plus they have one huge room where they mix kids of different ages; it was very loud and the kids seem distracted.
Posted: 8/15/2015 • Link to this review
The owner is on site and knows every child by name. My first daycare experience as a parent was not half this good. I have been back by for advice as my child had trouble in elementary school - still just as great there.
Posted: 5/14/2008 • Link to this review
Main problem with Primrose seems to be that they don't pay the staff enough. Several of the teachers call in sick regularly so there seems to be little continuity. I second the comment about not filling out the daily report forms. We finally moved our child to another daycare.
Posted: 8/14/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I cannot say enough good things about Primrose School at Lassiter. The staff truly cares about the children. The Owner can usually be found onsite. My son started atteding when he was 2.5 and it was a tough transition. He cried for the first two weeks. The staff took EXTRA care to make him comfortable and happy. He is 4 now and will be attending Pre-K there in the fall. He LOVES school and really missed it over the summer. I highly recommend Primrose at Lassiter.
Posted: 7/30/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I pulled both my kids from here. There was a child in my son's class who was antagonizing him -- even the teacher noticed. It was so bad I had several parent-teacher conferences, where I found out the child was a teacher's child, so I knew NOTHING would ever be done to correct his bullying and aggressive behavior. The daily sheets referred to were almost never filled out for my toddler, and the smell of cleanser in the toddler room was overwhelming and noxious. My toddler would cry when I left her and my son hated to go to school. I took my toddler out after two weeks and moved her to another child care center, and never took her back. Thankfully, a spot opened up for my son as well, and I moved him immediately. The director was kind but for them to not take action against a child who was hurting another is inexcuseable.
Posted: 1/18/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
My daughters attended Primrose School of Lassiter and they loved it! Their teachers and caregivers were wonderful and provided individual attention. The classrooms are well organized and daily sheets are kept on each child so that you know all about your child's day. There are always fun things going on at Primrose and I would highly recommend this school to anyone.
Posted: 10/26/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review