Bad Place for Children and Parents

We would pick our 3yr old son up and he was dirty 2 or 3 times every week. We provided extra cloths but they would even leave him in the same cloths all day if soiled. I even saw children pushing and scaring smaller kids and the teachers would just watch them do it. They promised to take care of the issues but it never changed. In 2011 alone they had 3 Lead Directors. They are really not organized at all. They also charged us for time already paid on multiple occasions and was a nightmare to straighten out. When we put our son in a different school. He has not come home dirty at all and no more payment problems. WARNING STAY AWAY FROM BUILDING BLOCKS. It looks nice on the outside but is horrible experience for your children and yourself. My son says he likes his new school much better and thinks his new teacher is great.
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Raleigh, North Carolina

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