Centenary Child Center

★★★★☆
  • 646 W 5th St

    Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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  • 336-723-0189

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We put our name on the waiting list at Foundations as soon as we found out we were expecting our son. I'm so glad an opening was available. We checked out alot of preschools and talked to lots of local parents and came to the conclusion that Foundations was the best place for our baby and I'm so glad we made that decision. Our son started as an infant and he's been there over a year now. All of his teachers have been wonderful. They care so much for the children there and it's clear that this is so much more than just a job for them. The Christian environment, age appropriate child development toys and books, and plenty of fun activities such as circle time and singing make the day so much fun for my child. When we pull up to park in the morning he often kicks his feet with excitement when he sees we are here. Now he comes home having learned new words that he practices with us. And he loves the food there too. I can't say enough good things about this preschool- just get your name on the waiting list sooner than later. The Director and Assistant Director are friendly and professional and have always been attentive to even the smallest of issues. This is THE place for working parents to take thier children and know that they are getting great care in a positive, loving environment.

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★★★★★

We put our name on the waiting list at Foundations as soon as we found out we were expecting our son. I'm so glad an opening was available. We checked out alot of preschools and talked to lots of local parents and came to the conclusion that Foundations was the best place for our baby and I'm so glad we made that decision. Our son started as an infant and he's been there over a year now. All of his teachers have been wonderful. They care so much for the children there and it's clear that this is so much more than just a job for them. The Christian environment, age appropriate child development toys and books, and plenty of fun activities such as circle time and singing make the day so much fun for my child. When we pull up to park in the morning he often kicks his feet with excitement when he sees we are here. Now he comes home having learned new words that he practices with us. And he loves the food there too. I can't say enough good things about this preschool- just get your name on the waiting list sooner than later. The Director and Assistant Director are friendly and professional and have always been attentive to even the smallest of issues. This is THE place for working parents to take thier children and know that they are getting great care in a positive, loving environment.

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My one year old child is attending Centenary. It is a great program, the teachers are the best. The environment is very friendly and feels like family. The Director and Assistant Director are really nice and very helpful, the maintainance department staff also greet our family every day! I feel confident that my child will be well cared for and loved while at Foundations. The children have daily activities plus weekly music class and physical education class most other centers I talked to do not offer extra activities. like these. There are also Christian actitivies and emphasis. This program is more educational than any of the other child care programs I visited. I love this place and highly recommend it.

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My one year old child is attending Centenary. It is a great program, the teachers are the best. The environment is very friendly and feels like family. The Director and Assistant Director are really nice and very helpful, the maintainance department staff also greet our family every day! I feel confident that my child will be well cared for and loved while at Foundations. The children have daily activities plus weekly music class and physical education class most other centers I talked to do not offer extra activities. like these. There are also Christian actitivies and emphasis. This program is more educational than any of the other child care programs I visited. I love this place and highly recommend it.

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We enrolled my 2 & 1/2 year old niece in Centenary Day Care center Feb Through April of 2010. My neice started exhibiting aggressive behavior for two to three weeks leading up to this incident . She would come up to us and pinch us in the chest and wave her finger saying "shut up"! April 29Th. she came home, and while my sister was fixing to give her a bath, she noted a pinch mark on her right chest. When asked who did this to her, she said that Miss. Jessica did that and pinched herself. She also pulled her own hair and her ear as if to continue to show us what else she did to her. I took pictures. We confronted Miss. Jessica who claimed that she noticed the same mark when she came to class that morning. A complete lie of course, she had no reason to remove her T-shirt in the morning coming to class! Even if she needed a diaper change, why would she remove her T-shirt! Not to mention the look on her face, she looked guilty rather than concerned.
This issue was brought before the day care supervisor Miss. Marissa Corra and explained in detail to the director Dr. King. Initially they stated that the church has no tolerance for physical punishment and that they will investigate. May be to absorb our anger! I even made the photos available to them. Unfortunately, they refused to dismiss Miss. Jessica. To this day, this cruel woman continues to endanger children in Centenary Day Care Center.
The administration is 100% complaisant in my view. Their talk about not tolerating physical punishment, was just that, talk.
We had to withdraw our niece from the day care. My sister lost her job in these tough times.
Miss Jessica still has a job...

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We enrolled my 2 & 1/2 year old niece in Centenary Day Care center Feb Through April of 2010. My neice started exhibiting aggressive behavior for two to three weeks leading up to this incident . She would come up to us and pinch us in the chest and wave her finger saying "shut up"! April 29Th. she came home, and while my sister was fixing to give her a bath, she noted a pinch mark on her right chest. When asked who did this to her, she said that Miss. Jessica did that and pinched herself. She also pulled her own hair and her ear as if to continue to show us what else she did to her. I took pictures. We confronted Miss. Jessica who claimed that she noticed the same mark when she came to class that morning. A complete lie of course, she had no reason to remove her T-shirt in the morning coming to class! Even if she needed a diaper change, why would she remove her T-shirt! Not to mention the look on her face, she looked guilty rather than concerned.
This issue was brought before the day care supervisor Miss. Marissa Corra and explained in detail to the director Dr. King. Initially they stated that the church has no tolerance for physical punishment and that they will investigate. May be to absorb our anger! I even made the photos available to them. Unfortunately, they refused to dismiss Miss. Jessica. To this day, this cruel woman continues to endanger children in Centenary Day Care Center.
The administration is 100% complaisant in my view. Their talk about not tolerating physical punishment, was just that, talk.
We had to withdraw our niece from the day care. My sister lost her job in these tough times.
Miss Jessica still has a job...

 

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