Teacher (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 10, 2018
A typical day at CCN is coming in at 9. Speak to the floater to confirm about the status of diaper change and breakfast, and if its been inserted into the tablet . Then I proceed to play with the kids in free time, We talk and learn about our toys in the room we can also engage in curriculum activities , We drift into storytime after we pick up our toys. On rainy days will have an art or craft project to do, Otherwise we go outside for 30 minutes. After outside/art play, Washing hands and diapers are changed. We Play and sing as we keep our room tidy because lunch will be here soon. When lunch arrive we proceed to wash hands and sit down for lunch, while practicing please and thank you. After all friends are done eating we proceed to wash up and sit on the carpet for a bed time story. When story time ends I get cots out and pass out blankets. Nap last approximately 2 hours. As the Children wake up they get their diapers changed and their beds and blankets put up. Once everyone is awake we have 15 mins of music activities time, snack will then arrive. we wash hands and eat snack. After snack we wash hands and then get ready to go outside at 330 we stay outside till 4. upon returning to the classroom, diapers must be changed. Then we can engage in another circle time, After circle time we engage in free play and curriculum activities again. the closer it gets to 530 I began to pick up and encourage the children who are still there to clean up. I spray the toys with disinfectant vacuum and sweep the floors I return the tablet and take my empty bottles to the front then I proceedmore... to take out the trash. Turn the lights out and lock the outside door.clock out.less
Director (Current Employee) – Southport, NC – March 17, 2018
Childcare Network offers benefits that most centers are unable to give their employees. Each location is focused on the children and supporting the staff in their career goals. Childcare Network offers educational assistant for the staff as well at tuition assistance for staff children.
Teacher (Current Employee) – East Ridge, TN – March 2, 2018
I had an enjoyable time at this job. It was very relaxed and the management was incredible. They worked with my schedule whenever i needed adjustments. The staff was equally as great. However i didn't believe i was being paid enough for the job that i was doing.
Lack of respect for some employees. Absolutely NO communication from director and Assistant Director. Horrible hours with little to know time off. When an unpaid day is taken management give employees a hard time. Management doesn’t care about staff. Director is the ring leader of gossip.
Floater (Former Employee) – Benton, AR – February 24, 2018
there are certain age groups I love and others I can't stand. when I am working with the age group I enjoy it is a great day at work. You just need to find the right age group for yourself if you are wanting to go into childcare.
Lead School-Age Caregiver (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – February 22, 2018
When I first arrived it was great. They had problems in the past with keeping a full time teacher in the classroom I was given. I came in and got the class under control but everything changed when we got a new co director. She completely undermined everything that I said or taught.
Good Place to work if you are willing to work hard... otherwise dont bother. the Kids are all great...
Maintenance director & Service Technician for Four (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – February 20, 2018
Mellissa canavera is a honest harworking boss that got distracted due to being pregnant & no available as a boss, for me when I needed her, but a good person and very nice boss most of the time. Big Bosses + beware they are not to be trusted? they are only out for them selves.
Caretaker (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – February 10, 2018
clock in get the classroom set up and ready for the kids to come in then set them in groups and section before breakfast and lunch. I find curriculums that are created for that week and have fun doing them with the children. I've learned to communicate with the children and their patients. Management was not on top of important problem and was very forgetful. The hardest part of the job was having a sick child in class and parents angry when they pick up because they were not called. I enjoyed being around the kids and seeing their happy faces and being able to teach them.
Lead Teacher (Current Employee) – Carrollton, TX – February 7, 2018
I don't think nothing about childcare network is 4 stars especially the director she is very unproffesional an ignorant she never do ehat she says she going to do teachers always complaining when i go an my kid off,also its very hard to not be fustrated when working because everything is unorganized an the director let teachers come an go when they want
Teacher (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – February 1, 2018
Poor management treat kids like cattle food is horrible don't not work for or allow your child to attend this daycare chain especially #197 the building is in poor condition and it needs to be sanitized if do please do drop ins so you can see what your kids are eating and how the kids are treated during nap time and they way they are woke up after nap just sad all the way around I hope the state does more pop up visits.
Just not a professional place and not fit for kids