Great Place! My child has been at KidsFirst since he was 9 weeks old, he is now 18 months and thriving here. I really appreciate ALL of the staff at KidsFirst. The person who wrote the review in 2015 is certainly disgruntled but I have not had any of those issues. Sure he’s gotten sick but all kids get sick at a young age, it’s called germs and life! It is not disgusting or dirty, it’s no ‘clean room’ but clean as can be. My child has had his share of bumps and bruises, but he’s a kid. Every time my child is sent home with an ouch report the staff is always open to share what happened without hesitation. They have always been kind and caring with my child and with me. I give huge credit to the owners and staff here, they have always taken great care of my son. The owners are wonderful and many of the employees have been there for a number of years; a huge plus and says A LOT about the management. I'm glad I chose KidsFirst!
7995 W Twin Peaks RdTucson, AZ 85743
From Business: Founded in 2001, Twin Peaks Elementary School offers services to students in grades kindergarten through six. Its academic curriculum includes language arts, mathem…
1351 E Limberlost DrTucson, AZ 85719
From Business: Rio Vista Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through grade six. Its core subjects include math, music, art, physical education and reading. The schoo…
This preschool is a hidden gem in Tucson. We have been involved with the school for 5 years now, and it’s where both of my boys attended. The class sizes are small so there is a lot of one on one with the teacher. They are structured, have lesson plans, and stay current with educational changes in the schools. The staff is all women and they are wonderful. The group of women that work here are caring, loving, patient and FUN! My children loved this preschool and were always eager to go. One of the best things about this school is the security it gives me. I know my kids are safe here and are with teachers that truly love them. If you’re considering attending Real Kids Preschool do it. No regrets here this place rocks!
Our daughter is new to day care at 18 months and although she sheds a few tears, she is handled with care and eased into her day. They pay attention to their eating to make sure they eat enough. For us taking their lunch is good because we can send food she enjoys instead of food she doesn't eat making her come home hungry. The only thing I see, which is small, is they get her belongings mixed up with other kids so they end up in others cubbies. She seems to have a good time when she is questioned. When we ask her about playing in the sprinklers, her face lit up and she started to jabber! She had a wonderful time. Adventure school seems to really care about the kids and are not just there to babysit.