I am a mom of 3. This is a good daycare and it is structured to meet the development of children as they grow. I like their nutritious food choices, the breakdown of classes (for instance there is a class for the early 2s-2 1/2s and the 2 1/2s-3s), their kid customized class structures, Donna is a wonderful manager and Patty is really understanding. The teachers are really involved in providing instruction. They have take-home reports of day activities. I noticed at first that in the infant class the teachers seem a bit distant and when you drop a child, no one offers to get the child or help if you might be carrying more and plenty of stuff (such as additional clothes, diapers, milk, food etc). However I discussed this with the teacher and she understood my concerns. She conversed with me and we tackled the issue. I think the noble thing to do as a parent and for our children is to discuss issues that one may have before resulting to complaints and judgment. I resulted to taking out my infant son but mainly due to the cost of having all 3 kids in one center. The other 2 still go there and I'm satisfied. Schools and daycares are a transition for both parents and children, it takes time and talking to table out any problems and conduct a great environment for the benefit of the little ones.
Despite the posting from the disgruntled customer above this is the best daycare I have ever used. The staff is always friendly, the facility is great and my kids love it. I love how much they are learning Take a look yourself . Personally I don't think you will find a better place to leave your children.