We were on a waiting list for months to get into this school, and now they give me 2 weeks notice that they are closing!! My daughter loves it there and has done so well I hate to have to move her, but clearly I have no choice. Has anyone ever sent there child to a home daycare? Do you think that home day cares are better or worse? My daughter is 2 and has been in a small preschool 10-15 kids since she turned 2, she was with a family friend before that. I really just want her to be happy where she ends up but it is such a pain interviewing and then hoping that you made the right choice. I have emailed the director to see if she has any recommendations, but now I'm worried that the other schools in the area are going to be full, and what am I supposed to do then, I can't quit my job. My daughter learned so much at this school and their rates are so reasonable, every other school in the area is like $150 a week for 2 half days, we were paying $90.00 for 5 half days.
Answer by But_Mommie at 9:56 PM on Apr. 11, 2011
Answer by proudmom2510 at 9:57 PM on Apr. 11, 2011
Answer by ABusyBee at 9:59 PM on Apr. 11, 2011
We had our daughter in a home daycare when we first tried daycare. That was ok, they were nice to her but I can't say any of us really enjoyed it. We now have her in a church ran daycare. It's one of the best in our county if not THE best. She loves it! They are so good with her there and she has so much fun. The staff are marvelous with her and keep me informed on everything going on. Plus I also enjoy that while there main focus isn't religious it still has the undertones about God (that works well for our family). They actually also have a curriculum that helps get kids ready for school. It is well known in our area that the children who go to this day care start kindergarten with a better knowledge base than most. So I"m just going to say that for our family I like the school setting more than the at home setting.
Answer by Jamie-Leigh at 11:24 AM on Apr. 12, 2011
Answer by christinahenry at 12:47 AM on Apr. 13, 2011