Teacher/Administrative Assistant/Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – February 5, 2018
For the first four and a half years of my time at this facility, I loved my job. When they fired the director and the assistant director left, the administrative team consisted of one admin assistant. The people that "helped" run the daycare clearly didn't care about the employees or children and showed no intention of educating themselves on the culture of childcare. I began feeling neglected and unappreciated and therefore left within a month of the new, yet TERRIBLE, director was hired. That director only lasted two months, and the facility currently runs on one administrative person compared to three in the past. This facility is but a shadow of what it used to be and, in my opinion, will be shut down very soon and lose it's accreditation that the past staff fought so hard to earn. don't work here and don't enroll your children here.
Mentor Teacher (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO – May 31, 2017
On a daily day I face many challenges. Trying to manage 26 students and support their daily needs, however I enjoy it. Spending time with them, and seeing them grow is my biggest happiness. I live coming to work everyday.
Preschool Teacher, Caring for kids (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – November 5, 2015
if you liked working in early childhood this might just be the place you want to work in. you get to learn so much about the kids and there families. just seen all the little kids faces puts a big smile on my face.
Responsible Thinking Advisor (Current Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – September 21, 2015
Day at work is enjoyable, student relationships are developed with all staff. Company is dedicated to get the most out of all students both academically as well as providing them the tools needed to be successful in the community as well as in the future.
Pre K2 Teacher (Current Employee) – AL – March 19, 2014
A typical day at work consist of meet and greet parents and students into class. Once parent sign in their child I gather the children around the table, they are allowed one table toy per child and the table toys consist of Lego blocks, puzzles, and matching patterns basically fine motor skills. Breakfast is usually served at 8:30am so we wash up for breakfast. After Breakfast we clean up and have circle time which includes reading, singing and dancing. When circle time is completed we participate in centers such as block building, home living, water play, painting and coloring. Recess is from 9:45am-10:45am and then lunch is served at 11:30am and every child is washed up and changed before lunch. 12:00pm when everyone is washed up we lay down for nap until 2:00pm. Everyone is awaken and sat at the table for snack and juice. From 3:00pm-3:30pm is free play of their choice or story time. My fellow co workers and very enthused teachers and ready to have fun learning with our students. There is not a dull moment.
Too many work hours to take care of personal business 6:30am-4:00pm no enough pay
Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg – July 23, 2012
A typical day at work included arriving at 11am and prepared class for students, lunch, activities with kids ,recess, parent pick-up -I learned to work as a team with the head teacher, patience when things are not going as smooth as one wishes, and appreciation for people. -Management was disapointing, I expected better under a christian organization. - I think co-workerse were unsatisfied due to the low amount of income paid and in return a door revolving job. -The amount of pay made it really challenging financially. -The best part of the job was the kids. They were so loving!