I recently took my 19 month old to Angels for two hours during a Dr.'s apt bc my mom was working and my sitter was sick. I like that they have 24 video surveillance and the area seemed safe and fun for my little man. I also like that they keep the front door locked at all time and you have to ring a doorbell in order to be let in. The problem with the place is that there is only 1 adult working at a time. There is no accountability and frankly there could be 15 kids all being watched by 1 adult and that doesn't sit we'll with me. 1 adult cannot possibly watch a load of kids, all ages, and make sure everyone is being taken care of. Plus the kids are left unattended when another customer is dropping off another child. I would say the place is fine for older children, say 4 years and up but not good for our little ones who need constant supervision and care.
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Lifesaver! We have had a great experience here. It is an hourly daycare and not meant as a full-time daycare and it is set up as such. They don't have a place for naps which is really my only complaint. The children were always playing and it never felt chaotic when I dropped my child off. They offer snacks and meals or you can provide your own. Their rates are reasonable and if you need to use them a lot, say for something like Spring Break, then they can work with you on the rate. The teachers were always friendly and communicated. Overall, they have saved me a few times when I've had to work and their regular daycare was closed. I've used them a couple times so I could run to Publix next door and grocery shop without the kids. I would recommend them.
Unfortunately, Mt. Juliet is really lacking in strong childcare facilities. I moved here and found it incredibly difficult to find a reasonable daycare. This facility came highly recommended. Pros: they do follow some type of curriculum. They have a large outdoor playground. Meals and snacks are included with tuition. Ratios are low. We had an issue and they addressed it immediately. Cons: It doesnt seem like the teachers have much experience teaching, even the ones that have been there for a very long time.