I cannot say enough wonderful things about the quality care that my children have experienced from Mini Texans Christian Learning Center. We have three children who attend Mini Texans – a four year old in Pre-K, a 2-year old in a toddler class, and a 3-month old in the infant room. I feel 100% certain that all three are given all of the caring and attention they need, as well as the resources to help them grow and learn. Mini Texans’ owners, Jonathan and Marcy Boynton, have created a wonderful environment where our kids LOVE to go each day. The teachers and staff are caring, attentive people and the environment is immaculately clean and filled with age-appropriate toys and learning tools. The staff know each of my children by name and also take the time to know their personalities and talk to my husband and I about them – often laughing with us about a funny moment they had or sharing something the children learned that day. They have always supported us in any efforts we are making at home – whether it be the schedule we are working on with our infant or potty-training our two-year old – they always keep in very close communication and work with us on the things that we want for our children. My oldest child is in the Mini Texans Pre-K class and I am so happy with the curriculum they are using and the learning going on in his room. I have spent the last decade working in the education industry so I used my resources and did my research when I learned about the curriculum they had selected for the Pre-K and everything they are using with my child is of the highest-quality and geared toward preparing him for the work he will do in Kindergarten. Additionally, beyond the curriculum, they have found an impressive balance between teaching the curriculum the children will need and providing them a nurturing environment to develop the life skills they are still learning (i.e. manners, etiquette, respect, etc.). In addition to the classroom opportunities, I have been awed by the number of enrichment activities available to our children on-site at Mini-Texans. My children have taken advantage of opportunities to learn basketball, soccer, dance, swimming, and even a class focused on computers and early technology skills. I have found that these “extras” are the things that many children in a typical daycare setting do not get to participate in because they are typically at a time when the parents’ schedules do not allow it. To have them available to our children within the day has been an incredible gift. We have been coming to Mini-Texans for over two years now and I have been blessed to meet many of the moms and dads whose children attend the school. In all honesty, I can say that I have never had anyone tell me that they weren’t completely happy with the decision that they made to send their children to MiniTexans. We believe that it takes a village to raise our children and we feel so incredibly blessed to have this school as a part of our village. Thank you MiniTexans!
I personally have had dealings with this vary daycare for over 3 years and couldn't disagree more with the review made by Kimberly A. Garza. Yes, the daycare is small which is the very reason I chose this daycare. I did not want my child lost in the mix of a larger daycare. I wanted her to receive a more personal one-on-one experience and that is exactly what she and I both got. The director is more than lenient with regards to accepting late payments but as with any other daycare policies, a weekly tuition is due no matter the number of days the child comes to the daycare. There is the option to do a drop-off option if in fact a parent does not bring the child every single day, it will however cost more to do that which is how ALL daycares operate. The director worked with me on several occasions when I needed additional time to pay my tuition fee and with no penalty to me, so yes... she is something else and it isn't money hungry. And yes she will advise on other daycares in the immediate vicinity to her location and she also encourages prospective parents to go see those daycares and determine for themselves, which is something I appreciated from her. As for one full-time lady responsible for 10-13 children ranging in age, she is within licensing guidelines and unless you personally went around asking for the age of each child, this comment is completely unfair and as the director advises, go observe other daycares and their teacher/child ratio is much worse, I've seen it for myself. It is blatantly apparent to me that Kimberly A. Garza had a personal issue with the director/staff/daycare because her review is a laundry list of issues but revolving around all personal opinions, nothing factual. My advice with any online review site, take it with a grain of salt because you never know who is acting out of vengeance which appears to be the case here. Finally, all daycare facilities are inspected on a routine basis and her record speaks for itself, they are factual, unbiased reports that are published after an inspector completes an inspection. Any responsible parent should look online for an inspection report before leaving their child at any daycare. I to this day recommend her daycare to anyone who is looking for quality daycare for their child, with a personal touch and I will continue to do so.
Mi Casa has been a blessing for my son. My child has special needs and had been at a previous daycare (a Christian daycare mind you) and they disregarded us as if my son wasn't wanted. So I began the search for a new daycare and had been told that Mi Casa was a great place. I went and took a tour and decided that this would be our new daycare. As a teacher myself and a single Mom my son is everything to me so I am very picky and do my research before I decided to place my son is someone's care. From day one, Mi Casa has been welcoming, accepting and has exceeded my expectations. The ENTIRE staff has been incredibly patient, trustworthy, excellent at communicating and above all shown my son care and love. They have taken an active role in my son's daily life and are truly commited to helping him succeed. There aren't many places where you can find that and can also find people who are GENUINE and really care. Now people who post tacky comments on here about the staff should cause anyone with common sense to pause and think. If your going to call someone a name at least make the effort write a complete sentence and use correct grammer. If your complaining about them not educating the kids then I would think this wouldn't have to be something that needed to be pointed out. The comment was ridiculous and clearly written by someone who I would assume is unreasonable and for lack of better words, tacky. I have never once questioned the safety of my son when he is in their care and have complete confidence in what they do. I personally do not take kindly to anyone "attacking" people who I KNOW are good, kind caring people. Mi Casa is a wonderful place and it is such a relief to know that my child is left in capable hands every day.