TWIN ACRES COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL INC

105 Cherry Ave
Trappe, PA 19426
105 Cherry Ave, Trappe, PA 19426
610-489-7918 610-489-7918

TWIN ACRES COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL INC

105 Cherry Ave
Trappe, PA 19426
105 Cherry Ave
Trappe, PA 19426
610-489-7918 610-489-7918
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AT A GLANCE
AT A GLANCE
In Business Since:
1985
Total Employees:
11-50
Credentials:

State Licensed
Hours
Monday:
7:00AM - 6:00PM
Tuesday:
7:00AM - 6:00PM
Wednesday:
7:00AM - 6:00PM
Thursday:
7:00AM - 6:00PM
Friday:
7:00AM - 6:00PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed
Program Details
Type:
  • Child Care Center/Day Care Center,
  • Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K),
  • Kindergarten
Additional Details:
  • Special needs care
Cost & Availability
Classroom Type Rate Rate Type Availability *
Infant $35.6 per day --
Toddler $34.8 per day --
Preschool $32.8 per day --
Pre-K $33 per day --
*availability last updated on 05/31/2015
Offerings
Full Time (5 days/wk)
Full-Day
Extended Care (Before School)
Extended Care (After School)
Payment Options
  • Personal Check
Ratings & Reviews
(4)
(4)
Karma A
10/01/2018
I would give zero stars if I could. The owners only cares about money and not the children. The director only cares about herself and not children or her staff. Not to mention she owned another daycare that only gave the families 2 days notice that the buisness would be closing. Giving me no opportunity to find other care for my child. She is a slum director/ owner
Anonymous
05/24/2018
If you can afford to go somewhere else - do it. After multiple issues, I ended up pulling my kids after a year. I should have known it wasn't a good environment when week 1 there my child started to hit there but hitting was very rare and almost non-existent at home. A child psychologist that did the classroom observation as part of my sons evaluation stated she was glad I pulled them and that the classroom he was in(Pony room-2-3 year olds) was a very negative environment with the kids never hearing anything positive and positive reinforcement not being used. They were constantly yelled at instead of provided redirection. A friend even observed this with my son during pick up one day. A behavior specialist stated my son was the one called out and yelled at even when others in the class were doing the same thing at the same time. He provided tips to help redirect ALL kids which they never made the effort to adopt. These observations were done as part of my sons evaluation...which the daycare requested due to his climbing. Even with them watching and knowing he climbs he would constantly somehow climb completely over the playground fence with them watching. Then the paper they had to fill out listed out behaviors I had never heard from them OR seen at home. And what was mentioned insinuated he was autistic (he was also evaluated for this and they said he is not and not at risk for it). When questioned they backpedaled on some saying "oh, we'll take that out or reword it" which made it apparent to me some was either made up or exaggerated with the intention of using my son to get state assistance. Turnover is extremly high, the director told an employee who has since left that "we have problems with their parents" as a result of me questioning the form they filled out. After the classroom observation with the psychologist, I pulled them. I told the director about a discussion i had with the behavior specialist and how my son was basically a target and her response was "and he was here for how long?". For months they had made it appear my son was the problem. After seeing the report, which stated he didn't qualify for assistance since he wasn't delayed and his behavior was typical 3 year old behavior, I knew THEY were the problem. We are at a new daycare that is slightly more expensive and his hitting has almost completely stopped (it transferred over a little in the first week), he's happier and they have a much more positive environment which was even commended by the psychologist that I told where we are moving to. When it comes to daycares, you get what you pay for. If this can save at least one family or kid from experiencing what we did, this review was worth it.
Anonymous
04/26/2017
There is no perfect day care but if you are looking for one where your kids will engage in hands on learning, play hard, use their imagination and be treated like family, then Twin Acres is for you. If you want the fluff of the corporate world with expensive flashy curriculi, state of the art center and playground then this get down and get dirty atmosphere is not for you.
Anonymous
12/27/2016
The management is unprofessional and very rude when you don't agree with them. There is no dress code and some employees come into work wearing sweatpants. It's a very unprofessional atmosphere!
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