My infant's first day at KA- He was placed on the floor crying on his back unable to rollover. I waited and watched him cry. After some time my husband called me and told me to go get him he had had enough. By the time I stopped working and drove all the way to KA my son was still in the same spot crying. We decided to let family keep him until he was a year. Not long after he moved into class after infant room, I witnessed a teacher try to force him down on the cot since he was not sleeping and then proceeded to kick the cot out of anger -his head was inches from hitting the table. Later the teacher continued to yank the arms of many toddlers to get them to cooperate. My son was left in the next room alone while the class went to the library. The owner informed me the teacher said she counted the kids in the library & returned to realize “it was just .“ I picked my son up in library with diaper soaked in urine through this clothing. His socks & shoes literally dripping! Later my son was left alone while the class went to another class to get supplies. I called because he was placed with wrong class after leaving soccer shots- no one realized it! I witnessed a teacher toss a sleeping girl out of her cot onto the floor, then rip the blanket from under her as she continued to sleep. This is not a complete list. On more than 1 occasion I left work early pick him up. Once I was afraid he did not have snack/drink on a very hot day. It was confirmed by the teacher-he was not yet use to open cups & snack provided. Averaged 3-4 primary teachers each room-lacked consistency. He was again left alone a room while the rest of the K4 class was in the gym with the door closed. Fed up with halfhearted apologies/denials I informed DSS. KA was cited w/2 violations. Go to scchildcare org, search for Kiddie Academy. Google kiddie academy five forks charged with child abuse. Read the reviews of prior employees about being out of ratio.If you use KA, use the cameras.
2700 Woodruff Rd Ste ESimpsonville, SC 29681
From Business: Kumon of Simpsonville - Five Forks is part of the world's largest after-school math & reading program, helping children of all ages become self-learners.
2700 Five Forks RdSimpsonville, SC 29681
838 Woods Crossing RdGreenville, SC 29607
From Business: Kumon of Greenville - Woods Crossing is part of the world's largest after-school math & reading program, helping children of all ages become self-learners.