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Drama Kids International Inc

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3577 Chamblee Tucker Rd Ste 263, Atlanta, GA 30341

(404) 313-0302

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Tomorrow: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
33
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IN BUSINESS
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Drama Kids International is a world-renowned developmental program. Drama Kids infuses developmental skills into our high-energy, full school year and summer camp sessions. The Drama Kids difference is child-focused rather than audience focused. Classes help build creative thinking, literacy, confidence, verbal expression, leadership and team building skills.
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Phone: (770) 776-7742

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Location
Embry Village Shopping Ctr
Category
Acting Schools & Workshops

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tuckermama

06/12/2013

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I am disappointed in this program. It sounded amazing online, but in actuality their implementation of these great ideas was weak and bordering on dangerous. In my shocking and unacceptable experience, their teacher was unqualified and unstructured (a mother with her four kids as assistants? I didn't see any other assistants). She was also outnumbered: she said herself she could not handle my kids along with the other kids in the class. My son was hurt from ONE DAY in the program, and we have pulled him out. As far as I know she doesn't have a drama, education, or child development degree.



My two children were unsupervised and allowed to roughhouse wildly. As a result, my son was abused by the teacher's son. He received an extensive rugburn on his back, bruises on his arm, and a knot on his head from the result of her son dragging him around the floor and then picking him up and dropping him head first onto a chair. I have pictures of these injuries.



There is no excuse for this to happen. As the teacher she should have kept the class under control, before the behavior escalated to this point. The fact that she did not, and that she chose to put the blame on my children, speaks volumes. My children have been in many camps and programs and have never had such an outcome. We do not trust this program and cannot keep our children in this camp.



Their quality of implementation and teacher screening reflects poorly on their entire program.

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