I noticed the other review and had to comment. I was actually at that center when that woman arrived to pick up her kids. She was actually trying to write a check and the center didn't take checks. The staff was so friendly and kept making several helpful suggestions but the woman refused to do any of them. It was obvious she didn't have funds in the account and was trying to write a bad check. The staff remained calm even though the woman was screaming at her. She also flipped her the finger and stormed out of the center. Not once did she every ask to leave with her kids she was just arguing to get out of paying. When she returned she called the kids over and started crying telling them that "these people were going to take her to jail". I couldn't believe what I was hearing. Even though this woman was screaming up front the other staff had done a music activity to keep the kids entertained so they wouldn't see or hear what was happening. It was disgusting how this mother was manipulating the staff by using her children. The staff was great and kept the kids calm even though the mom kept cursing and saying horrible things. Finally, the mom's sister (I believe) came to pay and the woman cursed some more in front of her kids at the staff and left. It is such a shame that people like this exist and expose our children to their bad behavior. I was impressed with how well the staff shielded the kids and remained calm. My kids absolutely love this place and I would recommend it to anyone!
A Child's Touch has been the best thing to happen to our family. I wish we would have found this incredible place years ago! Our son began attending in April 2013 and just had his last day before kindergarten. The rates for all age groups are truly unbeatable for the Denver metro area. Our son has never had a bad day at school and has never wanted to stay home since his start with A Child's Touch. The teachers are incredibly warm, intelligent, and responsive to the children's needs and learning styles. The office staff are always very helpful and quick to answer any questions. Our son has learned so much in his time with A Child's Touch and we feel very confident about his readiness for kindergarten. I highly recommend taking a tour of the facility... you won't want to leave and your child will be in awe. We LOVE that the owners have been dedicated to their facility for decades and continue to add wonderful hands-on stations at the school. We highly highly recommend A Child's Touch to ANYONE looking for infant care all the way through school-age care for before/after school and school breaks. We plan to enroll our son in the school-age program during holiday breaks and next summer. We cannot thank everyone at A Child's Touch enough for all that they have done for our family. Your search is truly over... go and enroll your child(ren) today!!!
Be straight -- this is not a Montessori school. They have some of the materials and know some of the concepts but it is in no way a real Montessori. That being said, my child did receive good care here (age 2-3) specifically from her teachers/aids. The teacher turnover is high which, sadly, is common in daycare. The administration does not communicate well with their parents or their teachers. I finally started contacting my teachers directly via text/email because nothing seemed to get passed through. There are much better (i.e., nonprofit) centers but it certainly is a safe environment for children. They're just not all they tell you that they are and you end up paying for a Montessori education that your child will not get. They are FOR PROFIT and don't ignore that fact. I didn't think it mattered to me but when the teachers are asking for classroom materials as their xmas gifts while you can simply add up how much the center is making (headcount x monthly fee) it's sad that a teacher there should ever have to use a holiday to request classroom materials. We moved to a non-profit Montessori school are in hind sight I realize just how un-Montessori this place was.