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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.

LICENSING INFORMATION

State license status: Three Star Center License (Care.com verified on 12/15/2020)
This business has satisfied North Carolina's requirements to be licensed. For the most up-to-date status and inspection reports, please view this provider's profile on North Carolina'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 :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Tuesday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Wednesday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Thursday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Friday :
6:30AM - 6:30PM
Saturday :
Closed
Sunday :
Closed

Program Details

Type
Preschool (or Nursery School or Pre-K)
Kindergarten
Additional Details
Summer care / camp

Cost & Availability

Class Type Rate Rate Type Availability
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OFFERINGS
Full Time (5 days/wk)

Ratings & Reviews

( 2)
Jannelle
07/23/2018
Started out as a good experience. We were welcomed warmly and informed of changes in advance. Then the veil was removed. Teachers are late EVERY.SINGLE.DAY!! Don't claim to open at 6:30 if your teachers are allowed to prance in at 6:50. That was only ONE of the several problems. Their daily notes are basically a checklist instead of a personalized note so it doesn't take a lot to fill them out but they were routinely left half filled and I was left wondering when my child was last fed or changed. And don't bother asking the teacher there at pick up because they're always moving teachers around so she probably entered the room five minutes before you. If you did really want an answer to how your child's day was it became a game of "who done it" as they scramble around to find someone, ANYONE who could have possibly come in contact with your child that day to give you a semblance that they knew what was going on.
As children age, they move them to other classrooms. But be warned. They claim to send notices but our child was visiting the next classroom well before we were even notified and we NEVER received a note but were informed at pick up when our child had already been shuffled off to the next teacher.
Our BIGGEST ISSUE goes back to the HUGE lack of communication. Our child routinely came home with scratches and marks that were undocumented. As parents we understood that children fall, get bruised but if your policy is that you inform parents of these "accidents" then in this aspect you FAILED not only me but most importantly my child that you were supposed to help feel safe. Bumps and bruises are parts of growing up but marks and deep scratches are not common and their lack of proper supervision is to blame. I'm talking very obvious marks that have left visible scars. Even after talking to the owner after one such incident, I picked up my child and lo and behold a giant scratch on my child's face and surprise, surprise NO ACCIDENT REPORT. Each and every mark was attributed to the wood chips in the playground because she believed her teachers would "never, ever, ever hurt the children". This statement could be true since every time I observed the teachers they were in a corner talking while the children ran free.
The convenience of having childcare has prevented me from speaking out before and not wanting to cause problems but the safety of my child comes first. The handful of unprofessional teachers and the owners lack of control at this center make this a terrible choice for daycare.
Denise B
12/21/2013
If you have a infant you might want to think twice. While everyone at the center will greet you with open arms and make you feel like the most important client this is just an act. My son went to this child care provider for about a month/little over a month. I am a first time mother and very protective over my baby boy. The first two days his feeding schedule was not followed. He received 16 ounces of milk within 2 hours. When I complained the director was very involved but also tried to shift the blame stating that; that is the reason that she suggest bringing as extra bottle. She did not understand that an extra bottle would not have been a resolution. The last thing he needed wasMORE milk. She also suggested him drinking half the bottle at one time and the other hours later which is a state violation but most importantly infants have to drink the milk within an hour after the bottle has started. It was pretty scary that the director didn't know this. Hey things happen I let this slide but voiced my concern. A few small things took place that didn't bother me too much, such as food in his hair when I pick him up at 5:30 when his last feeding was at 1:45, food in his nose, food and milk all over his shirt. The teachers were very nice seemed to care so I would just call this out during conversation. On a fri I pick up my son and he was wet, while the teacher is changing his clothes I notice the inside of his lip is busted. When I asked she stated that another teacher was in the room and he fell in the kitchen area. Nothing was written up and I wasn't called. This pissed me off. I go to speak with the director whom called the teacher up that was in the infant room with my son and she quickly wrote an incident report up. I asked to speak with her and she said that my son stood up on the high chair turned and fell. She saw all of this but didn't know if he fell and hit his head. She stated that she didn't see blood so she didn't call me nor document the incident. The director stated that she didn't want to take away from me being so up set but at this age they fall all of the time. Once again I had to defend myself and why this is not ok. Accidents happen but communication is huge. My son is only 9months for Pete's sake. He can't tell me that he fell on a tile floor. I forgave this. Well my sons clothes were changed this day and honestly I completely forgot that she changed his clothes after seeing my babies lip. The next tues I pick up my son to find him in his crib, under a window with only a diaper on!!!! The teacher handed him to me in a receiving blanket that can't even fit around him. It was 30 degrees outside and this is how I am supposed to take my child outside. He was without any clothes on since 4 from what I was told. No one called me about bringing him clothes, they have a washer/dryer on site but they left my baby without any clothes on. I am very involved with my child, I call every day and visit during the day as offer as I can. Everyone there knows I work and live 5 minutes away I would have been there in a blink of an eye. The teacher was very apologetic but the owner Donna whom was at the front desk was very cold and rude. I was so angry I was shaking. At this point at myself and them. Myself for giving them passes and not taking signs when seeing others babies with crusted snot over the lip, babies under the crib stuck crying and hitting their head, babies having food stuffed in there mouth fast BC they are trying to rush and so on. I kept giving them the benefit of the doubt but it was all at the cost of my baby. To this day the director has not called to apologize (the teacher told her to call me about the clothes when it happen), the director saw me the following day did not address me at all, Joy the assistant director and the teachers are the only ones that acted as if they gave two cents about my baby. I will spend my $1000 somewhere that has customer service and cares about the infants. Don't let their welcoming attitude fool you. At the end of the day it's all about the Benjamin's.
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