I stopped by this school without an appointment to 'interview' them, when looking for a daycare for my child. First one of the directors took me to her office and asked me how much I wanted to pay for daycare. I found this very unprofessional- just because I am on maternity leave and not wearing a suit does not mean I should be asked how much I want to pay for child care. Next, I was given a tour of the infant room. I am serious when I say that almost EVERY child was crying, and not a single one was being held by the teachers. I also saw a baby in a bouncy seat holding her own bottle. I would not recommend this facility for infants. If you do decide to interview them, definitely do a pop-in, to see what it's really like.
Posted: 2/13/2013 • Link to this review
my daughter has been going here for a couple months now, and I love it.. I have to give a big thanks to one of the teachers Ms.Kimber she is amazing with all the kids in room 150 with the arts and crafts & sign language.. I more than happy I switched daycares, also the ladies in the front to Ms. Michelle, there always there to help! I would recommend this daycare to anyone and everyone
Posted: 10/25/2012 • Link to this review
I had my daughter at their after school program for 2 months. What a waste. At first the teachers didn't insist on her doing her homewok After I wrote an email to the director, the teacher started enforcing the homework policy. However, most of the homework was done wrong and needed to be redone at my house. Save yourself $100 a month and use your schools own aftercare program.
Posted: 9/14/2012 • Link to this review
It takes a village to raise a child: Kids R' Kids understands that parents want quality care. From the caregivers to the administrators everyone involved in a Kids R' Kids operation helps shape a child's experience. I love this place it is the best.
Posted: 7/30/2011 • Link to this review
I really hope that everyone remembers that there are always two sides to every story, one lady posted that the owners do not pay on time, did you ever think because the parents are not paying their tuition, I am not talking about one parent but several parents. The owners go out of their way to make the school affordable plus make sure the kids are safe and sound and they are taking adavantage of each and every time. I have been an active parent with the school and whenever I can lend a hand to help I do. If you think there is a high turnover it not the owners fault it due to safety reasons and trials, just like you took your child on a trial basis the teacher that was let go was also on a trial basis. THANKS
Posted: 2/17/2010 • Last edited: 7/14/2011 • Link to this review
I was going to relocate my child to this school a couple of months back because of a job transfer and the teacher at my child's current school actually use to work at this school and she told me that she use to work there and it wouldn't be a good idea, she said that this school has a high turnover rate and I asked why, she says because the teachers don't last because the owners are not always able to pay them on time and that there is never any consistency in the school. I am not one to usually listen to rumors, and so I went to tour the center, I met the teacher the day of the tour then when I went for the free trial day that teacher was no longer there, that was enough for me to not go with this school.
Posted: 9/28/2008 • Link to this review
This school is great. My kids have been going there for the past two years and I drive about 15 miles since we moved to get here and I would not change for anything. I have referred it to many of my friends.
Posted: 5/19/2008 • Link to this review
This school is great I am in the medical field, and the smell,is a cleaning product used in hospitals, thank god they use it, This is Georgia people state of viruses.The Staff has also been helpful, Check out this school.
Posted: 4/06/2008 • Last edited: 7/02/2011 • Link to this review
my son is in the pre-k class currently, and i have wanted to pull him out since about 2 weeks after the year started. I only have not because he has made friends there and gets upset when i mention changeing schools. Teacher Turn over is unacceptable they seem to have new teachers in about every 3 months. Teachers seem to be very short patienced with the kids. I have alot of personal issues with my Son's teachers, they have had some really good ones there, but they never stay. I almost feel like my son is being left to learn and be cared for by anyone they can possibly fill those positions. Quality learning is a joke - I was told by a previous teacher , that they were not allowed to send out practice work anymore because the facility said the paper consumption is too high.
Posted: 1/26/2008 • Link to this review
I wanted my daughter's center to be closer to home so I moved her here...that was the worst idea I have ever had. The center is dark and dingy looking when you walk in and it ALWAYS smells. I'm no snob, but this place was not somewhere I would want my child staying. Needless to say I removed her and took her back to her original center, which is wonderful. Please learn from my mistake!!!
Posted: 10/24/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
During an impromptu visit to the infant room for a manager suggested tour ,I found it foul smelling ,with two workers to 9 children and when I questioned the manager she said 2 teachers were out & on vacation and she had to combine classrooms (Tells me lack of planning or lack of supplemental staff).I was horrified !! For 210.00 per week for my baby then she should have been in the room helping or extra staff called in!
Posted: 6/04/2007 • Link to this review