We absolutely love this daycare! My oldest son has severe ADHD and multiple other issues. They have accommodated his needs perfectly! We’ve had no problems with behavior since starting!! My youngest son is also in daycare here and does great! He’s made tons of new friends and loves the staff
Superkids is an amazing place!! As an employee, I love that all of the teachers genuinely care about the children in their class. The teachers are very good about wanting to have a connection with the parents which I think is a great thing! The management at Superkids works very hard to make sure everyone (parents, children, employees, etc) is informed and get what they need! I have always loved working with children! Superkids gives me the chance to make an impact on a child's life even if it is the smallest impact. Not only do I get to work with children but I also get to work for amazing people that care about me! Superkids is a great place to take your children!
I have worked at Super Kids for almost two years now, the other staff members and the management are both absolutely amazing. Going to work everyday is a joy, I get up every morning excited to see the children, and excited for the new stories they have, and watching them grow daily! I have had an amazing opportunity to get to know families inside & outside of the daycare, and have grown close to so many. Super Kids has an high expectations for all the employees and the things we teach the children. By far the best work environment I have ever worked in! Super Kids is like my second family!
I actively sought out employment at Super Kids. With over 20 years experience in childcare, I could not be more happy with my decision. From a personal aspect, I work very hard to ensure that my class receives the best possible care and preschool education. I run a full preschool curriculum and actively challenge my children, giving them the chance to thrive, while still finding time to be a child. Communication with the parents and families is key. They are a child's first teacher, education and success is a team effort. Management take the time to ensure that we have what we need in order to provide and care for our kids. If I have an issue that needs to be addressed, it is not ignored.
It's too bad I couldn't review on less than one star. I've really debated with myself if I should review or not. But my child's last day was today so I feel like he's safe and it's ok to be honest. First of all my son has a sensory disorder that is considered to be in the autism family. He can't process loud sounds or touch. So when the noise is overwhelming he wears ear protection. When he gets overwhelmed he needs tight firm hugs. Now Super Kids knew all of this when he started. They also knew that he had therapy once a week and that a therapist was at their disposal whenever needed. But never once did they ask for assistance or help. I feel like everything changed after his teacher changed. Once Miss Julie took over his room his behavior changed. She seemed overwhelmed all the time. As a matter of fact I went in one morning and she proceeded to tell me that they wouldn't have water play anymore it was just to overwhelming for her. Now this came from a teacher who has been a preschool teacher before, not someone just thrown into daycare life. I feel like once something gets overwhelming for you then you have lost control of the class and situation. So basically Miss Julie should find another career. To pretend that you ever cared for my son is a huge disappointment to me and him. He is a child with special needs that requires attention. Attention, help, assistance that they had at their disposal, but failed to ask for. Then I come in one morning to drop him off and I'm told that he can't come there any longer after Friday. My boss said to tell you that you have until Friday to find other care. That's what the lady up at the front desk says to me. First of all what kind of boss puts the dirty work off on someone else? Secondly was it because Miss Julie and the lady up front lied and didn't disclose that they have access to a therapist to assist? Or was it that the owner and director just wanted to be discriminating against a special needs child? Who knows. My son also had a picture in his cubby of myself, his mother, and him for soothing purposes. But guess what the picture is gone. And conveniently nobody knows what happened to it. Did it disappear because we are two lesbians raising a son or was it just an accident? Basically what it boils down too is be careful if your child attends Super Kids. And I wouldn't recommend this daycare to watch my dog let alone my child.
Super Kids is the absolute worst daycare I have ever seen in my life. They have rusted pipes and more. The administration is more focused on bad mouthing each other than the children. Activities are decided on a whim when the children arrive. Nothing is ever planned and the children's teachers change at the drop of a hat. Melissa is condensing and more worried about money than anything. So many people quit everyday behind Melissa, and they will quickly tell you its an expected turnover when its really Melissa's bad attitude and unprofessionalism.