This childcare center has so many problems it is difficult for me to remember all of them. If I had to sum up what I've noticed: You get what you pay for - and they are the cheapest childcare center in town. For one, they feed the children and toddlers sweets for snacks. I picked my daughter up several times and saw the children sitting at a table eating ding dongs. When I first discussed the option of using them as a childcare provider, they told us they would be cooking healthy food for them, but they have ordered pizza for them at least 3 times. The only "healthy" cooked meal I have seen evidence of is spaghetti, and that was just once that I know of. From what I've been told, this is a violation of Georgia health codes regulating child care facilities. The manager is severely understaffed. I see no more than 2 sitters at any given time, but usually there is just one.The atmosphere is distinctly less structured than any childcare center I have ever seen. There is no professional display or board showing their standards, no activity calendar, no feeding chart. There is no security other than a locked door out the front entrance, but not all employees know how to use it. One time I had to pass my daughter over the fence to the sitters, because they didnt know how to open the door's lock and the manager wasn't present. The security cameras dont work, and we have not been given a timeline for when they will be fixed. Also, the front door is locked after 10AM to everyone.Most of the building is kept dark, except for the back where the youngest kids are watched. Don't bother making any surprise visits to see how the sitters operate when you are not watching, or to check on the wellbeing of your child. You cannot see through the door well enough to notice any signs of life in the building, and they will have plenty of time to cover up whatever mistakes are being made before the door is answered.