This place does not have the resources to deal with a child whom they think might be a bit challenging. This school particularly insulted me about my daughter and could not provide me with any proof to back up there so-called concerns for my daughter. It simply boiled down to them not wanting to deal with her, so they dismissed her without any real cause. If you have a child who might be transitioning from one school to another or if this is their first time entering school, do not enroll your child in this school because they are not trained enough to deal with that. It appears to me that any child who takes them out of their comfort zone or who does not fit into what they think is normal they will dismiss without cause; and they will make up things to justify why they don't want to deal with a child. Now my daughter attends a great school where she is learning and is doing very well. She does not cry or throw a fit when I drop her off either. So it just might be that they were not treating her right at this school. Her new school has certified teachers who are well-trained, and the staff does not change every month and teacher student ratio is below state requirement and they keep it that way. So for the Director at this school to state, they do not have enough resources is the most unprofessional thing I have ever heard coming from an institution who has a license to take care of children. Maybe this school should reevaluate their business practices instead of trying to insult the child. All children are not the same, and you should know that being a child-care provider.