We loved KRK when we first enrolled out daughter 3 years ago. It has been an absolute nightmare as of the past few months. The owners sold their other center in Colorado, and them being more involved is a disaster.Recently I personally witnessed a teacher slam my child to the ground onto her bottom while screaming at her to discipline her for pushing a child. No doubt she needed to be disciplined, but the force with which she was thrown to the ground and the volume of the screaming was obscene. My daughter ran away crying, and I immediately went into the room next door to address the teacher. When I asked her if she thought that was a little too rough, she looked at me with a nasty look and said, “You thought THAT was rough?!” I immediately took my daughter up front and addressed this with the manager on duty. When video was reviewed, the manager stated it couldn't be seen on video, but the owner stated no wrong was done. This is our THIRD complaint about this teacher being physical, and we have spoken to other parents with the same complaints.We decided to withdraw our daughter after the teacher was not removed for the abuse, but they require a two-week notice, so we opted to leave her there until the end of the month with the agreement she would never be with that teacher.From the point of our complaints and subsequent notice of withdrawal, they were on the hunt to do anything they could to further discipline our daughter. While anything she did resulted in an immediate call, she was bitten and bruised on one occasion and somehow had her back scratched with something so badly that she was bleeding. Neither warranted a call to us. Her teachers even agreed that what was being done was overboard. Two days before her final day, we were called and told that they were disenrolling our toddler. All reasons given by owners were contradicted by teachers and parents.Unless ownership changes, I would advise to steer clear of this daycare.
My son had been going to this location part time since he was 20 months old. Earlier this year, I decided to put him full time and he has just thrived. He loves his teachers and has learned so much. I like that the kids in his group are all within a few months of each other. I really like that …
12707 Queensbury LnHouston, TX 77024
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We enrolled our two year old son at Goddard in October 2015 and we couldn’t be any happier with the school. When we first came in the director, Ms Carolyn, took us around and explained their program and toured the school. We were impressed with the curriculum and activities they had for all the classrooms. Not only do they offer the core subjects, but they incorporate ASL, Yoga, Mandarin, Arts, and STEM. They have a great meal plan with a vegetarian option. The safety and security of the school was also impressive. There is a palm scanner and pin code to enter the school, special doors that will never pinch a child's’ fingers, gated and fenced play area only accessible from the classrooms, and most importantly was the location. The school is not on a busy main road and it blends in completely with the surrounding neighborhood. It’s nice that there are no ‘real life’ distractions for the kids when they are playing outside . Yes it is a little of an inconvenience to get off the main road during drop off and pick up during rush hour, but it is well worth it for the peace of mind that there isn’t a maniac driving by at high speeds right in front of the school. At first, like normal children, our son didn’t take well to going to school. But with the help and caring of the teachers and staff within a week he loved it. The staff was great with getting him adjusted to school, and made sure we were aware of his well being. Throughout the day Ms Carolyn would call us and send pictures to tell us how he was. As a new experience for us they did a great job in keeping us informed. The Daily reports and pictures we get are great at keeping us informed every day. It let us know not only of the things the learned but also gives us a information on naps, potty training, meals, and the social and emotional aspects of our child’s day.After being with the school for a few months now we can see a real difference in our son. Before we enrolled he had a verbal developmental delay. By the end of the first month it was gone and he has been a chatter box since. Additionally his thirst for knowledge has grown along with his problem solving and critical thinking skills, his attention span has increased, his social skills have improved, and a positive impact on his attitude and demeanor. The Owner, Ms Asha, has been nothing but wonderful. She along with the directors, Ms Carolyn and Ms Geraldine make the school great. The teachers and staff genuinely care for the kids and take the time to address any needs or concerns we have had. As a parent to know our child is in good loving hands everyday is the greatest feeling in the world.
I do not recommend this school. I have seen so many turn overs with this school systems. How they treat their employees, does not make any sense. I know for a fact the food they serve gets set in each child classroom sitting out for at least 30mins prior to the time they eat their meal, the Burger Bread is hard as a rock, take in mind a kids 5 and under are trying to eat it. The vocabulary the administration use behind the eyes of the parents. They tell parents 2 teachers stay in certain classroom, when they really have 1 teacher, and bring the another teacher in temporary, while the parent picks up.
I can't say enough good things about Greystone.The teachers are so wonderful and they have become like family.
Wonderfully nice little place.
Both of my children went to this school and loved every minute of it. The teachers are wonderful! They truly love and care about the children.
We are completely satisfied with her school and her teachers.
We are both full time working parents and choosing Primrose School of Champions for our newborn baby has been one of the best decisions we’ve made. The staff in both infant rooms truly go above and beyond to provide a safe, happy, and nurturing environment for the children, with their support my baby girl gets bigger and stronger every week; to add that most of these teachers have been with Primrose for over 8 years. Everyone at Primrose team has been phenomenal. I will never forget the day I walked into Primrose Champions, it was around the holiday season and they were putting decorations up, it felt like walking into our home!Since then it has been absolutely incredible and we feel blessed to be part of this family!Jose & Maria Q.
I also had two children attend Greystone House. The teachers are very kind, prepared, consistent and loving. The administrators were very supportive of everyone. Best hidden little school on this side of town.
My son attended one preschool for a week, He came home cursing and bouncing off the walls. He cried everymorning when I dropped him off. I pulled him after this week and enrolled him in GH. I loved the open floor plan and the focus on practical lessons and choices. He then came home happy and relaxed. He still cried in the morning, but only for a short time. He loved spending his summer with his friends and teachers at GH. I knomw he will be sad that he is too old to spend time with them next summer. The kids are so happy there. They have great teachers. Loving and structured. Our family loved the Greystone House experience.