Teacher (GYM) (Former Employee) – League City, TX 77573 – January 21, 2017
While it was great to work with children, and have the weekends, and holidays off, management always let hard work go unnoticed, there was no way to advance in the industry at least with this company, and children were not handled accordingly to behavior conduct.
Weekends and holidays off.
terrible pay, hard work unnoticed, lack of management
I learned that when you work with a bunch of ladies, there are gonna be more back stabbers then friends in the work place. I'm the kind that watches and doesn't talk much. They need to watch how the others treat the kids instead on focusing on just one or two teachers there.
Teacher (Former Employee) – Gibsonton, FL – July 8, 2015
You work your butt off and still get treated like trash. There is staff against staff member instead of working like a team. There is no behavior management for the center. Young company that needs more training. The only good thing is making relationship with the children and their families was the best thing ever.
Lead Teacher (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 28, 2014
I work 7-3 so I am responsible for getting my classroom organized and ready for the day as soon as I get into work. I make lesson plans weekly and have daily group times where I teach the children. We are very interactive with the children during all hours of the day. I have an assistant teacher in my room with me and 20 children. The best part of my day is getting to see the children grow and learn.
Assistant Director (Former Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – February 7, 2013
Greeted and interacted with parents and children who stayed at the center on a daily basis. I filled in for the cook and teachers when needed. Maintaining the center within a tight budget forced you to be creative.
watching the children develop and learn from 8 weeks to 12 years old