I live behind this place. I hope they are providing better care indoors than they are outdoors. All these folks do is scream at the children while they are outside for playtime. My experience is that children's behavior is better modified by working one on one with them rather that screaming "BELLA STOP TOUCHING THE FENCE. I TOLD YOU TO STOP TOUCHING THE FENCE. 1, 2..." over and over. So either the kids aren't being properly supervised (maybe understaffed?) or the staff is too lazy to walk nearer to the kids to deal with the problems. Park in the neighborhood behind the daycare around 10 am, 1 pm or 3 pm and listen for yourself. You won't even have to roll your windows down.
Our daughter goes to the newest location and has attended for over a year. It is clean, organized and the staff communicate well, both internally and with our family - which was really important to us. They really care for our daughter and I have always felt secure about the quality of childcare provided. I can't speak to the curriculum for older kids because our daughter was a newborn when she began attending but I can say that there seems to be minimum turnover with staff, also really important to my husband and I for continuity of care and trust.
My 10 month old recently left Jenner's Kids due to a move. I toured many daycares near my new home. Although I didn't have the same comfort level as I did with Jenner's, I felt that one of the daycares near my new home was "acceptable". A little over one week later I am already changing my mind about it being "acceptable". Jenner's felt more clean without walking in and choking on Lysol every day. In addition, I felt as if the girls in the infant room at Jenner's LOVED my baby! Either that or they were excellent actresses. I am now deciding that I should just drive the extra distance to take him back to Jenner's.
Just a shady place over all. It’s rare that they can keep teachers more than a month or two, so your kids never have any consistency. It’s obvious that the management cares more about making money than their workers and even more importantly, the kids they take care of. Very disappointed.
Always professional. Place is clean, and structured well. Turn over isn't too bad, but it seems to happen during certain seasons. The staff they hire tends to be very good people and if they are not, they make sure to get them out of the there asap.
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