The preschool rules are clearly written in our Preschool Handbook which all parents receive at time of enrollment. The rules and policies are written to keep all of the children and teachers safe and healthy. A directors job is to oversee all day to day activity within the preschool environment including tuition collection, employee issues, parent concerns, chronic late drop off, etc. So yes, there needs to be a level of "control" involved. I encourage all families to tour many preschool facilities before making a final decision and definately review the preschool's policies up front to make sure they meet your families needs.
Don't go there, the owner/director is a control freak, at first I put up with it because it was for the child safety, but after awhile the rules had nothing to do with the kids at all, just simply because she felt that she can. My time and money is just as important as her, so Mrs. Georgia can take her rules and shove it, to you know where. i don't want any one to think that her teaches were bad, they are great, but to have to put up with Mrs. Georgia, i would definitely think twice.
Great security features, great teachers. Our child has been at Adventures for 5 months and loves it! Miss Jenna is her favourite!