I moved into town 6 months ago and enrolled my child into a corportate daycare thinking it would have been the same as the one in my hometown, I was wrong. Anyway long story short I ran across Little Temples and just stopped by and I was impressed. This place has very much a friendly atmosphere that cannot be duplicated. My little one each morning keeps asking me when does he get to see his friends at daycare? I'm thankful that I found this place!
Posted: 8/08/2013 • Link to this review
I was looking forever to find a daycare and this one was just what I was looking for. This place is clean, friendly, flexible with parents. I couldn't ask for a better location it has easy access to 295 and is close to my home when I return from work. On days that I get off work early I'm also able to go to the gym that is in the same shopping plaza before I pick up my child...very convenient.
Posted: 8/04/2013 • Last edited: 1/12/2016 • Link to this review
Rob I saw the same report. No way would my child ever be left in that womans care! Heath-Will owns LITTLE TEMPLES ON FAYE rd. If anyone does not know who he is check out his posts all over the National news. Shame Shame Shame. You LIED your child does not go there like you said. And your POSTS are a lawyers dream! EDUCATION IS VITAL IF YOU RUN A DAYCARE and so is a HEART!
Posted: 8/02/2013 • Last edited: 1/12/2016 • Link to this review
Read this and you tell me you would a child to a place that owned by a horrible stupid person! The incident: A teacher saved a class of children from a burning building. The appropriate response: Congratulating her. Possibly even giving her some kind of award or a medal or something The actual response: She was fired. Last week, Michelle Hammack was working at Little Temples Childcare in Jacksonville, Florida. While her children were taking their afternoon nap, Michelle smelled burning and went to investigate. In the kitchen, she discovered a small fire in the oven. When she opened the oven door, the smoke cause the fire alarm to go off. She went back to her classroom, woke up her kids, and led them outside to safety. While other teachers did a head count, Michelle went back inside the building to make sure there were no children left. While inside, she realized that the fire was small enough for her to deal with, and extinguished it herself. Upon returning to work the next day, she was fired. Speaking to Action News Jackson, Olga Rozhoav, the owner of Little Temples Childcare said, "I fired her only because she left her room. Even though children are sleeping, the teachers are supposed to be there. It's not acceptable, and if anybody else does the same thing, I will fire again. I will fire them. No question." The Department of Children and Families is currently investigating the incident.
Posted: 7/26/2013 • Last edited: 1/12/2016 • Link to this review
Best managed daycare available. The owner interacts with staff and children continually to insure consistant quality care and education. They really teach and the kids really enjoy learning probably because of the teacher/child ratio & staff quality. My only choice for child care in Jacksonville.
Posted: 8/13/2010 • Last edited: 1/12/2016 • Link to this review
I have worked and taken my children to a few daycares, and this is by far the best. Not the cheapest, but reasonable. The staff is great with the kids, and the facility is neat and clean. Recommended to a few of my friends.
Posted: 1/12/2010 • Last edited: 1/12/2016 • Link to this review
I can't say enough good things about Little Temples. The staff is so helpful and always willing to go out of their way to accomodate me. My two year old absolutely loves it there and can't wait to get dropped off in the morning. And the rates are very reasonable. I have had my child in a couple of more highly priced daycares, and they simply do not compare.
Posted: 2/03/2009 • Last edited: 1/12/2016 • Link to this review