JOY JUNCTION CHRISTIAN CHILD CARE

5005 Corey Rd
Winterville, NC 28590
5005 Corey Rd, Winterville, NC 28590
252-756-9685 252-756-9685

JOY JUNCTION CHRISTIAN CHILD CARE

5005 Corey Rd
Winterville, NC 28590
5005 Corey Rd
Winterville, NC 28590
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Details and information displayed here were provided by this business and may not reflect its current status. We strongly encourage you to perform your own research when selecting a care provider.

Details and information displayed here were provided by this business and may not reflect its current status. We strongly encourage you to perform your own research when selecting a care provider.

In business since: 2006
Total Employees: 11-50

LICENSING INFORMATION

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Hours

Monday :
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Tuesday :
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Wednesday :
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Thursday :
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Friday :
6:30AM - 6:00PM
Saturday :
Closed
Sunday :
Closed

Program Details

Type
Child Care Center/Day Care Center
Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K)
Program Capacity:
91

Cost & Availability

Class Type Rate Rate Type Availability *
Infant $ 145 per week --
Toddler $ 140 per week --
Preschool $ 135 per week --
Pre-K $ 135 per week --
Infant $ 616.25 per month --
Toddler $ 595 per month --
Preschool $ 573.75 per month --
Pre-K $ 552.5 per month --
*availability last updated on 05/28/2015
OFFERINGS
Full Time (5 days/wk)
PAYMENT OPTIONS
  • Personal Check

Ratings & Reviews

( 2)
Kellyn D
09/26/2017
We love JJ!
Phillip C
08/29/2017
If your child has never been in a daycare environment, stay away.
My wife and I work full time and depend on daycare in the raising of our children. Before entering Joy Junction, my son was 2 and had been in an in home/ one on one daycare provider since birth. We started to notice some language delays and behavioral issues (tantrums). Our son's pediatrician suggested that we place him in a daycare environment. We inquired at Joy Junction and fully explained the difficulties we were having with our son. The director at the time advised us that this was a common situation and that they had extra staff that they could delegate if it were necessary. Based on this, I fired a woman who had been with us for 3 years to place him at Joy Junction. The transition was rough at first however, for the first three weeks, it was documented that my son was improving each and every day. After three weeks, a new director was hired. Within a week of the new hire, my wife and I were called in for a meeting. I was informed by the director that my son was not napping nor eating much. I advised that we really wanted our son to develop regular eating habits however they pressed for us to bring food (I declined initially). I reiterated to her that he napped fine at home however this was a new environment. The "teacher" made it clear on the first day that she needed nap time to do her studies. To be fair, I feel like she tried hard, but his lack of napping disturbed other children and clearly stressed out the "teacher." Once the new director was hired, we did not receive many positive reports and it was conveyed to me that they could not provide "specialized care." At this point we started the process of having our son tested for delays/autism. It was my opinion that my son's language delays were exacerbating the behavioral issues. The new director waited about a month before calling for another meeting. At this point, she then theorized that his lack of eating was keeping him from napping properly and therefore causing the bad behavior (she cited hearing his stomach growl). Based on this I offered to provide some snacks that he was interested in, however the director contended that I needed to provide all of his food. She then had me sign a form saying that I would provide food and the daycare provider would supplement what I did not. Because of her inability to understand the form she provided, she did not agree with my interpretation and felt I needed to provide all food. I suppose she wanted me to provide pop tarts and cookies for every meal. Once we got him eating, his behavioral issues failed to improve while in there care (at home we were seeing enormous growth). Time out or a stern look works great at home, yet they claimed to have no control. Throughout his time there, sharing had been an issue and he had written up twice for biting (I had to sign several times because my son was bitten also). Again, I was called in for a meeting where the director claimed that my son was getting progressively worse. Every end of the day report we had received gave no indication of this. If anything, the problems were getting better, however, they were still present. When I informed the director that "progressively" would indicate an increase in severity or frequency, Joy junction began documenting just that. From that point forward, they documented more sever acts (mostly throwing heavy objects with intent at other children, which I have yet to see from him to this day). For the safety of their other students they put him on probation. I immediately found another daycare situation and asked Joy Junction for a return of my funds for the following week. In light of this decision, they decided that they could handle him instead of returning the funds. If he were a true threat, how could he be controlled at all? Either way, he is in a new situation that has been very good to him. He still has his off days, however there is a huge difference when the daycare provider cares. His testing revealed that he simply has a language delay. One of the women running the test through Sadie Saulter also indicated that Joy Junction was developing a reputation for quitting early on children and misdiagnosing.
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