Goddard School

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12916 Stonecreek Dr

Pickerington, OH

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As a parent of a child who attended Goddard School, I would advise parents to hire a nanny instead. The ratios are ridiculous and there is little supervision of the children. There really isn't any requirement that the teacher's actually be teacher certified. The program pretends to be structured but it really isn't. The children hit each other and often I saw many students vying for the attention of one teacher. Many of the teachers yell at the children for exhibiting age appropriate behaviors. For the money I paid for Goddard School tuition, I could have hired a nanny that would have given my child individual attention and provided them with learning experiences as well.

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As a parent of a child who attended Goddard School, I would advise parents to hire a nanny instead. The ratios are ridiculous and there is little supervision of the children. There really isn't any requirement that the teacher's actually be teacher certified. The program pretends to be structured but it really isn't. The children hit each other and often I saw many students vying for the attention of one teacher. Many of the teachers yell at the children for exhibiting age appropriate behaviors. For the money I paid for Goddard School tuition, I could have hired a nanny that would have given my child individual attention and provided them with learning experiences as well.

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I was very unimpressed with the school my daughter was enrolled at in chicagol. I sent my three-year old there, and my husband and I liked it for the first month. However our daughter Carrie started reading while enrolled at Goddard, something my husband and I were very proud of, and had been working on with her for a while. But, her teacher told us that she was too advanced compared to the other kids, and the teacher was uninterested in making a separate curriculum for Carrie, so she "advised" us to un-enroll. For a school that's said to be structured around individual needs this was the opposite of what my husband and I were looking for.

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I was very unimpressed with the school my daughter was enrolled at in chicagol. I sent my three-year old there, and my husband and I liked it for the first month. However our daughter Carrie started reading while enrolled at Goddard, something my husband and I were very proud of, and had been working on with her for a while. But, her teacher told us that she was too advanced compared to the other kids, and the teacher was uninterested in making a separate curriculum for Carrie, so she "advised" us to un-enroll. For a school that's said to be structured around individual needs this was the opposite of what my husband and I were looking for.

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My three year old son has attended the Goddard school on Chris Perry in Columbus. I did not care for my child's teacher at all, nor did my husband. She made various rude and snobby remarks to the both of us. I once went to discuss that my son was coming home with poop in his butt and politely asked if they checked that as my son is potty trained but is only three and hasn't quit mastered the art of whipping yet. She proceeded to tell me that that was not her job and all children in her class were supposed to be fully self sufficient in the bathroom meaning they were to do the wiping on their own.Sorry, you are a preschool teacher and these are 3 year olds. Potty training comes with the territory. Many times when we would go to pick our son up the children were sitting in a circle on the floor in complete silence. She always sounded crabby and unhappy with the children and I never seen her smile. I am happy and willing to pay for a good education and being a military family appreciate structure but these are three year olds, they should be laughing and enjoying learning not being ordered around. Our son attended a different daycare prior to this one and it was a wonderful experience. They were happy and welcoming and truly enjoyed teaching little ones. I wish we could have stayed there. I am truly frustrated that I sent my child to that class for as long as I did. The attitude and the lack of a positive learning environment was really disappointing.

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My three year old son has attended the Goddard school on Chris Perry in Columbus. I did not care for my child's teacher at all, nor did my husband. She made various rude and snobby remarks to the both of us. I once went to discuss that my son was coming home with poop in his butt and politely asked if they checked that as my son is potty trained but is only three and hasn't quit mastered the art of whipping yet. She proceeded to tell me that that was not her job and all children in her class were supposed to be fully self sufficient in the bathroom meaning they were to do the wiping on their own.Sorry, you are a preschool teacher and these are 3 year olds. Potty training comes with the territory. Many times when we would go to pick our son up the children were sitting in a circle on the floor in complete silence. She always sounded crabby and unhappy with the children and I never seen her smile. I am happy and willing to pay for a good education and being a military family appreciate structure but these are three year olds, they should be laughing and enjoying learning not being ordered around. Our son attended a different daycare prior to this one and it was a wonderful experience. They were happy and welcoming and truly enjoyed teaching little ones. I wish we could have stayed there. I am truly frustrated that I sent my child to that class for as long as I did. The attitude and the lack of a positive learning environment was really disappointing.

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i can't believe the previous review! My two sons attend the Goddard school of Pearland,Tx and I couldn't be happier! Each school is individually owned and at my kids school they do provide the lunch--that was the owners choice. The teachers are all degreed and certified and really take great care of my kids. All schools are closed a week at Christmas but thats only 3 more days than the normal christmas and new years days off. My kids teachers get a week paid vacation and I think they deserve that time off. It all about whats important to you and I see the way the owner treats her staff and thats why they have such a low turnover.

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★★★★★

i can't believe the previous review! My two sons attend the Goddard school of Pearland,Tx and I couldn't be happier! Each school is individually owned and at my kids school they do provide the lunch--that was the owners choice. The teachers are all degreed and certified and really take great care of my kids. All schools are closed a week at Christmas but thats only 3 more days than the normal christmas and new years days off. My kids teachers get a week paid vacation and I think they deserve that time off. It all about whats important to you and I see the way the owner treats her staff and thats why they have such a low turnover.

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I worked at a Goddard School. Each school is franchised, so there are different policies at each school. Parents often think that because they pay for their child to attend school, they have the right to call the shots-they don't. Your child attends preschool to develop social skills and foundation for life-long learning. The teachers are not "the help". If you expect white glove service at a preschool, get a Nanny.

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★★★★☆

I worked at a Goddard School. Each school is franchised, so there are different policies at each school. Parents often think that because they pay for their child to attend school, they have the right to call the shots-they don't. Your child attends preschool to develop social skills and foundation for life-long learning. The teachers are not "the help". If you expect white glove service at a preschool, get a Nanny.

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I work at a Goddard in the Houston area, and I can say that every school is different. Yes, this school is pricey but you are paying for your child's education and when enrolling them at a Goddard school you know they are with teachers that are degreed or certified. I actually really love that parents supply their child's lunch because it makes it so much easier for the child because parents know what their child likes to eat and if their child does not eat that lunch that is provided at the school then most won't get to eat. I feel parents that do not like this is because they are just being lazy! I will admit Goddard Q.A is very tough but coming from other schools that could care less about the little details, this shows me how much Goddard wants their children and teachers to succeed :)

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★★★★★

I work at a Goddard in the Houston area, and I can say that every school is different. Yes, this school is pricey but you are paying for your child's education and when enrolling them at a Goddard school you know they are with teachers that are degreed or certified. I actually really love that parents supply their child's lunch because it makes it so much easier for the child because parents know what their child likes to eat and if their child does not eat that lunch that is provided at the school then most won't get to eat. I feel parents that do not like this is because they are just being lazy! I will admit Goddard Q.A is very tough but coming from other schools that could care less about the little details, this shows me how much Goddard wants their children and teachers to succeed :)

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This is my first review... but I just wanted to give my two cents and say that my son attends a new Goddard school that just opened up in Yorktown Va and I couldn't be happier. We came back to the states after four years abroad, so my son has spent almost his entire life overseas. Here at Goddard he has truly blossomed. The staff is extremely friendly and go out of their way to help you whenever you ask. The owner gives a personal greeting every morning and at the end of the day as well. We couldn't be more happier. I understand the complaint of price, but you really do get what you pay for. I suppose if you wanted to cut cost, you could always enroll your child in the winter, that would save you half a school years tuition!

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This is my first review... but I just wanted to give my two cents and say that my son attends a new Goddard school that just opened up in Yorktown Va and I couldn't be happier. We came back to the states after four years abroad, so my son has spent almost his entire life overseas. Here at Goddard he has truly blossomed. The staff is extremely friendly and go out of their way to help you whenever you ask. The owner gives a personal greeting every morning and at the end of the day as well. We couldn't be more happier. I understand the complaint of price, but you really do get what you pay for. I suppose if you wanted to cut cost, you could always enroll your child in the winter, that would save you half a school years tuition!

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I work at a Goddard School in Ohio. I think it's over rated. The owners only care about dollar signs. It doesn't matter what your degree is in.There are teachers with business degrees,social work,psychology,nursing.There are a few that are actually qualified to teach. They make events after work that are mandatory to attend with the incentive that we get paid for our time,but that is a lie because the very next day after the event,they are cutting hours on everybody so we won't get overtime.The school I work at does not like structure. The directors frown on it. If stuff needs repaired, the owner puts it off until he knows that Q.A. is coming and then they work around the clock to get the school up to standard.If I were a parent,I'd think twice about enrolling my child.

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I work at a Goddard School in Ohio. I think it's over rated. The owners only care about dollar signs. It doesn't matter what your degree is in.There are teachers with business degrees,social work,psychology,nursing.There are a few that are actually qualified to teach. They make events after work that are mandatory to attend with the incentive that we get paid for our time,but that is a lie because the very next day after the event,they are cutting hours on everybody so we won't get overtime.The school I work at does not like structure. The directors frown on it. If stuff needs repaired, the owner puts it off until he knows that Q.A. is coming and then they work around the clock to get the school up to standard.If I were a parent,I'd think twice about enrolling my child.

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A few of these posts could not be farther from the truth...

I work at a Goddard School, and I can tell you that our school REQUIRES each teacher to be degreed in Early Childhood Education and/or certified with the state in Early Childhood Development in order to teach. I know it is a requirement because my degree is in English and I cannot get promoted to a Lead Teacher until I finish my Early Childhood Education degree.

There is most definately structure in the schools. We have rules--many of them--that will ensure that the children are kept safe and that they are learning each and every day. The "free play" time is generally given right before or after naptime. The remainder of the day is curriculum based. Our school follows the same curriculum (and holidays/days off) as the local school district so when our children start kindergarten they have to be prepared for that curriculum. If parents don't like that we get more days off than they do, well, that's not really our problem now is it? That's a personal gripe, not something that should be held against the school.

Yes, it is pricey but you get what you pay for!! I love my job there and I can honestly say I'd have my own children attend and I would recommend Goddard to all of my family and friends. :)

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A few of these posts could not be farther from the truth...

I work at a Goddard School, and I can tell you that our school REQUIRES each teacher to be degreed in Early Childhood Education and/or certified with the state in Early Childhood Development in order to teach. I know it is a requirement because my degree is in English and I cannot get promoted to a Lead Teacher until I finish my Early Childhood Education degree.

There is most definately structure in the schools. We have rules--many of them--that will ensure that the children are kept safe and that they are learning each and every day. The "free play" time is generally given right before or after naptime. The remainder of the day is curriculum based. Our school follows the same curriculum (and holidays/days off) as the local school district so when our children start kindergarten they have to be prepared for that curriculum. If parents don't like that we get more days off than they do, well, that's not really our problem now is it? That's a personal gripe, not something that should be held against the school.

Yes, it is pricey but you get what you pay for!! I love my job there and I can honestly say I'd have my own children attend and I would recommend Goddard to all of my family and friends. :)

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The Goddard School is probably the best thing that has happened to our family, I am a working Mother who sends both of her boys to the Goddard School. Yes, it is pricey, but you get what you pay for! Just like anything else. I am so pleased with the care and the curriculum that they have daily. The director, Ms. Mandy and the Owner, Janice run a very tight ship there. They make sure that the teachers stay on task and make sure EACH of the classrooms are running smoothly by checking in every hour. And it is sparkling clean every time I step into that school, not once have I ever seen the place dirty. My boys absolutely LOVE their teachers and look forward to going to school at Goddard...even on the weekends. I also love the fact that when my husband or I pick up the kids their teachers give us a full report of what they did that day, when they napped, what they ate and when they had a bowl movement! You bet, I am going to pay more than sending them to an average daycare! I feel very comfortable sending my child here! My oldest is 3.5 and he can count to 20 in English and in Spanish, spell out his name and almost read...it is crazy what he has learned. That is total b.s. whomever said that the teachers are not qualified. The teachers that my sons have had have had a degree in Early Childhood Education or are working towards a degree in Early Childhood Education and have over 5yrs experience working with children. So...for any working parents out there, I definitely recommend the Goddard School....at least the one that we send our kiddos too! Thank you Goddard!!!

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★★★★★

The Goddard School is probably the best thing that has happened to our family, I am a working Mother who sends both of her boys to the Goddard School. Yes, it is pricey, but you get what you pay for! Just like anything else. I am so pleased with the care and the curriculum that they have daily. The director, Ms. Mandy and the Owner, Janice run a very tight ship there. They make sure that the teachers stay on task and make sure EACH of the classrooms are running smoothly by checking in every hour. And it is sparkling clean every time I step into that school, not once have I ever seen the place dirty. My boys absolutely LOVE their teachers and look forward to going to school at Goddard...even on the weekends. I also love the fact that when my husband or I pick up the kids their teachers give us a full report of what they did that day, when they napped, what they ate and when they had a bowl movement! You bet, I am going to pay more than sending them to an average daycare! I feel very comfortable sending my child here! My oldest is 3.5 and he can count to 20 in English and in Spanish, spell out his name and almost read...it is crazy what he has learned. That is total b.s. whomever said that the teachers are not qualified. The teachers that my sons have had have had a degree in Early Childhood Education or are working towards a degree in Early Childhood Education and have over 5yrs experience working with children. So...for any working parents out there, I definitely recommend the Goddard School....at least the one that we send our kiddos too! Thank you Goddard!!!

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The Goddard School Pickerington is definitely worth time touring. Not only is it beautiful and clean, but the staff are degreed teachers and the age-appropriate programs are phenomenal. The decision to choose a Goddard School for your child will positively impact them later in life.

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The Goddard School Pickerington is definitely worth time touring. Not only is it beautiful and clean, but the staff are degreed teachers and the age-appropriate programs are phenomenal. The decision to choose a Goddard School for your child will positively impact them later in life.

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This school is the best experience we could ask for for our family. We have two sons which attend the school. The programs and lessons that my children bring home are second to none. The teachers bring such passion and love to their work with all of the children. We appreciate the attention to the specific needs to each of our sons. Thank you, Rosie and Heather. A special thanks to our teachers...Ms. Peggy and Ms Robin!!! Great job every day...

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★★★★★

This school is the best experience we could ask for for our family. We have two sons which attend the school. The programs and lessons that my children bring home are second to none. The teachers bring such passion and love to their work with all of the children. We appreciate the attention to the specific needs to each of our sons. Thank you, Rosie and Heather. A special thanks to our teachers...Ms. Peggy and Ms Robin!!! Great job every day...

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I had my child at this center for a month and a half. In that time, I did find the quality that I wanted in a pre-k program. The teacher was wonderful with my child. I did end up having two issues. I wanted my child to have a notebook and pencil for nap time. The center would not let this happen. The second one was that my child was disciplined by being put in a naughty chair for crying for her mom. This was cruel and unusual punishment. I brought this to the attention of the owner. I also called and expressed my concern. In the meeting, I was made to apologize for complaining or I would be expelled. I took the issue to Goddard International. The center didn't like this and kicked my child out or really kicked "me" out. Mark Fixari has a philosophy that if you don't like it here then I'll kick you out and find someone else. I was forced to go to another center without any notice. I would suggest that if you go to this center, don't fight...or you'll be kicked out.

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I had my child at this center for a month and a half. In that time, I did find the quality that I wanted in a pre-k program. The teacher was wonderful with my child. I did end up having two issues. I wanted my child to have a notebook and pencil for nap time. The center would not let this happen. The second one was that my child was disciplined by being put in a naughty chair for crying for her mom. This was cruel and unusual punishment. I brought this to the attention of the owner. I also called and expressed my concern. In the meeting, I was made to apologize for complaining or I would be expelled. I took the issue to Goddard International. The center didn't like this and kicked my child out or really kicked "me" out. Mark Fixari has a philosophy that if you don't like it here then I'll kick you out and find someone else. I was forced to go to another center without any notice. I would suggest that if you go to this center, don't fight...or you'll be kicked out.

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I taught Pre-K at a Goddard School in Virginia so I don't know if it is the same as this one but I would never send my child to a Goddard School or Primrose or Minnieland or any of those types of daycares. The facilities are nice and the owners are trained to make the daycare seem like a really academic place for your child. But honestly, when you have 17-22 children in your class there is no where a teacher can give each child the individual attention he/she needs. Plus, a lot of the "good" kids end up picking up bad habits from the "bad" kids because the teachers really can't monitor every child. It's hard for children between the ages of 0 and 4 to learn to share as much as they are required to share at these daycares. Instead, they end up learning how to be mean to defend themselves. My neice comes home with scratches on her face from other kids she has gotten into fights with over toys. It's sad because she was such a sweet girl until daycare. Also, teachers are not as qualified as they say they are. At Goddard teachers are only required to have a bachelor's degree in something. This could be computer science. Some teachers didn't even have that. Teachers also receive little training on how to teach. If I had to find childcare for my children I would either find a good babysitter that I could trust or a Church Daycare (these tend to have lower child-teacher ratios). The one-on-one attention from a babysitter is far better than sending your child to a corporate daycare.

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I taught Pre-K at a Goddard School in Virginia so I don't know if it is the same as this one but I would never send my child to a Goddard School or Primrose or Minnieland or any of those types of daycares. The facilities are nice and the owners are trained to make the daycare seem like a really academic place for your child. But honestly, when you have 17-22 children in your class there is no where a teacher can give each child the individual attention he/she needs. Plus, a lot of the "good" kids end up picking up bad habits from the "bad" kids because the teachers really can't monitor every child. It's hard for children between the ages of 0 and 4 to learn to share as much as they are required to share at these daycares. Instead, they end up learning how to be mean to defend themselves. My neice comes home with scratches on her face from other kids she has gotten into fights with over toys. It's sad because she was such a sweet girl until daycare. Also, teachers are not as qualified as they say they are. At Goddard teachers are only required to have a bachelor's degree in something. This could be computer science. Some teachers didn't even have that. Teachers also receive little training on how to teach. If I had to find childcare for my children I would either find a good babysitter that I could trust or a Church Daycare (these tend to have lower child-teacher ratios). The one-on-one attention from a babysitter is far better than sending your child to a corporate daycare.

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I did not like the policies of this school either. Besides the having to pay for holidays-which is crazy-I was only shown one room as well. I did not get a good feeling from this school and did not like the lack of structure either.

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I did not like the policies of this school either. Besides the having to pay for holidays-which is crazy-I was only shown one room as well. I did not get a good feeling from this school and did not like the lack of structure either.

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My child is currently a student at Goddard. I am pleased withthe teachers, owner and director. I am not happy with the fact that the school is closed for a whole week in December along with other days outside the norm through the year. On top of the school being closes, the parents still have to pay tuition for that week that the staff is "on vacation". This means that parents who have to work will need to find alternative care for a whole week and likely pay additional monies for that week while the Goddard staff is on vacation. Second is that the Goddard philosophy is okay if you are a parent who is not concerned with structure.The ideal is that if the kids do not want to sit down and learn that he/she can explore and do whatever they want to during the learning time. This worries me as this will not prepare a child for the real world when it is time for school. It is true that we have to pack for breakfast and lunch and yes it is a little bothersome sometimes,but I guess the thing that is more irritating is that the cost to attend this school is expensive but there is really no added value for attending other than the ability to say your kid goes to Goddard! What exactly does that mean? All Goddard schools should be required to carry ALL of the Goddard programs. The school does not focus on early learning as it advertises,but they do focus on letting the kids explore. The student teacher ratio does not allow teachers to focus on the students, how in the world do they really know what one specific kid is doing? There are other schools who are not in the media who are less expensive and the children are academically being challenged versus "exploring" all day and on top of that they FEED the kids. There are schools who are not closed when parents are at work. I'm not sure if the Goddard school lives up to the HYPE and I would recommend visiting all types of schools before landing your young student at Goddard. You may find a more economical yet outstanding program. I would recommend visiting the NAEYC website for ideals for other schools.

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★★★☆☆

My child is currently a student at Goddard. I am pleased withthe teachers, owner and director. I am not happy with the fact that the school is closed for a whole week in December along with other days outside the norm through the year. On top of the school being closes, the parents still have to pay tuition for that week that the staff is "on vacation". This means that parents who have to work will need to find alternative care for a whole week and likely pay additional monies for that week while the Goddard staff is on vacation. Second is that the Goddard philosophy is okay if you are a parent who is not concerned with structure.The ideal is that if the kids do not want to sit down and learn that he/she can explore and do whatever they want to during the learning time. This worries me as this will not prepare a child for the real world when it is time for school. It is true that we have to pack for breakfast and lunch and yes it is a little bothersome sometimes,but I guess the thing that is more irritating is that the cost to attend this school is expensive but there is really no added value for attending other than the ability to say your kid goes to Goddard! What exactly does that mean? All Goddard schools should be required to carry ALL of the Goddard programs. The school does not focus on early learning as it advertises,but they do focus on letting the kids explore. The student teacher ratio does not allow teachers to focus on the students, how in the world do they really know what one specific kid is doing? There are other schools who are not in the media who are less expensive and the children are academically being challenged versus "exploring" all day and on top of that they FEED the kids. There are schools who are not closed when parents are at work. I'm not sure if the Goddard school lives up to the HYPE and I would recommend visiting all types of schools before landing your young student at Goddard. You may find a more economical yet outstanding program. I would recommend visiting the NAEYC website for ideals for other schools.

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Wow! I am really surprised at the prior review. I had a visit to the school and met with the owner. I toured every classroom along with the exterior and playground area. I was informed that the parents are responsible for the lunches and Yes they center will warm them up.
My child is a pre-schooler so to me the curriculum and qualify of education was a little more important than taking extra time in the morning to "pack a lunch". The curriculum is exactly what I was looking for in order to prepare my child for academic excellence.
I would encourage the previous reviewer to return to the center it may be different.

Loved it!

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★★★★★

Wow! I am really surprised at the prior review. I had a visit to the school and met with the owner. I toured every classroom along with the exterior and playground area. I was informed that the parents are responsible for the lunches and Yes they center will warm them up.
My child is a pre-schooler so to me the curriculum and qualify of education was a little more important than taking extra time in the morning to "pack a lunch". The curriculum is exactly what I was looking for in order to prepare my child for academic excellence.
I would encourage the previous reviewer to return to the center it may be different.

Loved it!

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Impressed by commercials for Goddard School, I decided to make an appointment when attempting to select childcare for my infant.

I spoke with the owner who was only focuses on the financial aspect of his business.

He led me on a tour of only one room and then took me back to his office to "chat"

He turned me off with the following:

* tution due in full on the 1st of each month
* two week break between Christmas and New Years with no discount on tuition that month
* parents supply crib sheets, bibs, utensils, food.
* baby food must be removed from jars
* if you can't show up by 9:30 am each day, don't bother coming
* packed breakfast and lunch must be cold. They will not heat it up for you
* closed on bank holidays not typical for a chldcare center. Presidents Day, MLK Day. etc

I just felt it was too much work to prepare for each day and far too many rules

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★★☆☆☆

Impressed by commercials for Goddard School, I decided to make an appointment when attempting to select childcare for my infant.

I spoke with the owner who was only focuses on the financial aspect of his business.

He led me on a tour of only one room and then took me back to his office to "chat"

He turned me off with the following:

* tution due in full on the 1st of each month
* two week break between Christmas and New Years with no discount on tuition that month
* parents supply crib sheets, bibs, utensils, food.
* baby food must be removed from jars
* if you can't show up by 9:30 am each day, don't bother coming
* packed breakfast and lunch must be cold. They will not heat it up for you
* closed on bank holidays not typical for a chldcare center. Presidents Day, MLK Day. etc

I just felt it was too much work to prepare for each day and far too many rules

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