La Petite Academy of North Las Vegas

4425 Simmons St
North Las Vegas, NV 89031
855-490-1673 855-490-1673

La Petite Academy of North Las Vegas

4425 Simmons St, North Las Vegas, NV 89031
855-490-1673 855-490-1673
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LICENSING INFORMATION

State license status: Licensed (Care.com verified on 11/11/2022)
This business has satisfied Nevada's requirements to be licensed. For the most up-to-date status and inspection reports, please view this provider's profile on Nevada's licensing website.
Licensing requirements typically include:
  • Complying with safety and health inspections
  • Achieving the required levels of educational training
  • Maintaining a minimum caregiver-to-child ratio
  • Other state-defined requirements

Hours

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

Program Details

Type
Child Care Center/Day Care Center
Additional Details
Summer care / camp

Cost & Availability

Class Type Rate Rate Type Availability
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OFFERINGS
Full Time (5 days/wk)
Part Time (1-4 days/wk)
Extended Care (Before School)
Extended Care (After School)
PAYMENT OPTIONS
  • Personal Check|
  • Credit Card

Ratings & Reviews

( 2)
Brittney W
06/28/2022
My son started attending this daycare in mid March 2022. He's 2 years old.
On my sons first day, he attended the daycare for a full day. When I picked him up, he still had on the same pull up that I had put on him that morning before dropping him off. His pull up was beyond soaking wet. When I got home I immediately emailed the staff to see why my sons diaper hadn't been changed throughout the entire time that he was there that day. They informed me that the teacher who watched my son that day was new, and that it was an oversight that he was not changed for the entire day. I understood that (since that one teacher was in charge of 10 two year olds and appeared to be overwhelmed) so I just asked them to make sure that he was changed throughout the day moving forward.
The following week I walked in on one of the staff members yelling at the kids. This definitely concerned me. After witnessing this a few more times, I brought it to the attention of the ladies at the front desk. They told me that they were in the process of moving teachers around and that particular teacher would no longer be teaching the two year olds which I thought was great because she honestly seems like she hates her job and doesn't even want to be there.
A few weeks later, I was watching my son on the cameras and I saw one of the new teachers grab him by his arm with extreme force. It bothered me because she grabbed him with such force that it caused him to be lifted up off of his feet. She grabbed him because he was walking around with his blanket on his head, and he bumped into her. He was just being a normal 2 year old. That wasn't the first time that I had witnessed her grab him, but it's the first time that I saw it done with so much force. So I immediately emailed the director of the daycare and provided her with the date and time of the incident so that she could go and review the camera footage and see for herself exactly what I was referring to. I emailed her additional dates and times (if additional incidents) since I had been keeping a log of all of the times that she grabbed one of the kids like that. The director told me that she doesn't have access to go back and watch footage from earlier that day or any other day. She told me that she spoke to the teacher and the teacher denied the allegations (which of makes sense since there was no proof and she knows that the video footage can't be replayed). Anyway, the very next day my son was sent home with 3 incident reports from the teacher saying he was misbehaving. He has continued to be sent home with incident reports every single day and has been targeted every since then. I'm called at least twice a week to pick him up early. He was placed in a new class last week (the early preschool class) and on the very first day of him being in this new class, when I walked into the daycare to pick him up at the end of the day, the director approached me to suggest that I get my son evaluated. She advised me that his new teacher asked her why my son doesn't listen. I asked for her an example of what his "not listening" was, and she said that the teacher asked my son to sit down and he said no. She told me that the teacher asked how long my son was going to be in that class (as if he was a burden) and this bothered me very much since he was supposed to be in that class for the next 12 months. The director told her that he would be there until the end of the week. She told me that my son couldn't go back to the two year old class room at all. So if he can't go back to the two year old room, and he is only in the early preschool classroom until the end of the week, then where will my two year old son be going after this week? The director didn't give me a clear answer to that question. I watched my son in the early pre school class (on the cameras) and he actually listened VERY WELL and played with the children very well. When I picked him up a few days ago another teacher (who was filling in for the regular teacher) approached me and told me that my son has been doing so much better in this new class. It's crazy that she said that since all I hear from the other teachers and staff are negative things about my son. Like I said above, every since I expressed my concerns about the teacher who teachers the two year olds, my son has been a target. He went from not having any issues to receiving incident reports 3-4 times a day. Incident reports that say he took off his pants and diaper. Umm yes, I do not doubt that. He is in the middle of potty training so he takes off his diaper and his pants when he has to use the restroom. An incident report that says that he threw a swaddle blanket at the teacher (a small blanket that the little girls in the class room use to play with their baby dolls).He threw a swaddle blanket?? Lol the incident reports just continued to get more and more petty.
Vendula T
01/09/2018
One of the greatest childcare I had my boy at. Unfortunately now that I have two boys the coast is more than I can afford.
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