I believe although this school needs to have some updates in appearance, the staff and implementation practices appear to be appealing to me as a private childcare provider. If I were offered employment with this facility, I would take it in a heart beat. Why? The director and assistant director seem to have good standing in my book as knowledgeable women that have directive and know how to coordinate the day to day activities of a early education center. I can say that a nice facility like Primrose is undeniably nice to have, but since it's directed and owned by private owners, most of the Primroses are a nightmare to work for. Kindercare is corporately owned. Even though Primrose is assessed on a corporate level, the employees are not, matter of fact, the employees are rarely assessed on a performance basis. It's more of a good-ole-boys school. If you're not in with the clickish crowd, no matter how hard you work, they will not merit you. That has a lot to say for Kindercare, because I know if I were to put my child in a Kindercare, the employees would be reviewed on teaching practices and have merits awarded to them by corporate. As for the previous poster's comments, when I toured the school, I didn't notice any inconsistencies in child/teacher ratio per the requirements in state licensing standards. Sorry! It's true though.