Mission Nazarene Child Care Center

★★★★☆
  • 4752 Mission Gorge Pl

    San Diego, CA 92120

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  • 619-287-4900

About Mission Nazarene Child Care Center

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Mon-Fri 6:30am-6pm

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I love Nazarene Child Care Center. I have only good things to say and I'm grateful to have my child in this wonderful school. My child is well taken care of and the place is very well organized. I get a report of her daily activities. The teachers are friendly, caring, and amazing. My daughter is also learning a lot because the school is academically structured. If you??re looking for a happy environment for your child this is ??The Place?.

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I love Nazarene Child Care Center. I have only good things to say and I'm grateful to have my child in this wonderful school. My child is well taken care of and the place is very well organized. I get a report of her daily activities. The teachers are friendly, caring, and amazing. My daughter is also learning a lot because the school is academically structured. If you??re looking for a happy environment for your child this is ??The Place?.

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I am writing to every site I can find to warn other people about my horrible experiences at this child care center. Of course, they have the 2 week cancellation policy, and despite paying for the last week, I just couldn't watch my son go through it anymore, and I took him out early. This was by far, the worst place I have ever taken my child. I may be picky about where I leave my child when I go off to work, but this place was absolutely unacceptable. I loved this place until my son entered the 2 year-old classroom. There, he was greeted every morning by one of the most difficult and rude people I have ever met. I believe this person seriously had some sort of personality disorder. One day, she was nice and friendly, the next, she wouldn't even say hi back to you. She was unable to spell simple English words- not someone you want teaching your child. (For example, "help"- h-e-a-l-p). She would write nasty notes any time your 2 year-old had a temper tantrum. I went to the director because I found her daily notes to be so rude and condescending, and the director actually defended the teacher's actions! She tried to say that the teacher was frustrated because my son threw his shoes off because he was frustrated. Hello? Aren't temper tantrums normal for 2 and 3 year-olds? The children were poorly supervised on the playground. Once, I had to help a little girl up because her face was planted in the sand. She had fallen off of the stairs to the playground, and the teachers were seated over on the grass, not even watching. Several times, I would pick up my son and I would arrive there just as he was getting pushed off a tricycle or pushed to the ground. I can't tell you how many times I broke up a fight while the teachers were completely out of view. My son was bitten there so many times. He finally started biting back and then was considered a "problem child". Once, a child there bit my son and 2 others in the same day and that child wasn't even sent home. These were horrible bites too- the kind that broke his skin and left him bleeding. My son doesn't have any siblings, so this biting behavior was obviously learned at this daycare. They actually have a policy where they won't put sunscreen on your child. My son came home several times burned. They try to say that the playground is shaded, but it's not. And, anyone who knows anything about UVA/UVB rays knows that it doesn't have to be bright and sunny for your child to get a burn or be exposed. Parents had to put sunscreen on before their children were dropped off. I work as a nurse, so my son would get dropped off around 6:40. They tried to tell me that the sunscreen will last that long! Yeah right! When it came closer to the end of the day, kids were mixed into different age groups. They allowed my 2 year-old son to play with toys that he shouldn't have been playing with. One time in particular, I came to pick him up and it took me only 2 seconds to realize that he had shoved about 10 plastic pieces into his mouth- something he could have easily choked on. Of course, the teacher didn't notice. They acted annoyed every time you called to get a report on your child, and when you asked how your child was doing, they would respond "fine". That's it- like they hadn't even been around your child at all that day. And, at least 75% of the time, my child had a bowel movement in his diaper when I picked him up, which I had to change before we left. He got diaper rashes there so easily. I would have them healed over the weekend, and when my son would return, he'd get them all over again. The am teacher got so defensive whenever you asked her to do anything, like even put diaper rash cream on your child. One time, she told me that they were putting so much on him to get rid of the rash, and that I had failed to bring in more cream. That night, I went and picked up another $30 diaper cream jar that should have fixed the problem. Again, I picked up my son the next day and he again had a dirty diaper. I went to change him and noticed that there wasn't any diaper cream in his cubby. So, I opened one of the drawers and found 3 jars of his cream- 2 were unused. The other one was the same jar I had left there nearly 6 months prior, and the same amount was in it that jar as when he first came to the center! There is nothing Christian-like about these people. Shortly before I took my son out, I noticed 2 other parents were having similar problems with the center. One parent had asked the teachers there for advice on her daughter, and as soon as she left, they started saying horrible things about her child right in front of me! I was signing out my son in the office, and they had no problem whatsoever to say those things in my presence. Completely unprofessional...

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★☆☆☆☆

I am writing to every site I can find to warn other people about my horrible experiences at this child care center. Of course, they have the 2 week cancellation policy, and despite paying for the last week, I just couldn't watch my son go through it anymore, and I took him out early. This was by far, the worst place I have ever taken my child. I may be picky about where I leave my child when I go off to work, but this place was absolutely unacceptable. I loved this place until my son entered the 2 year-old classroom. There, he was greeted every morning by one of the most difficult and rude people I have ever met. I believe this person seriously had some sort of personality disorder. One day, she was nice and friendly, the next, she wouldn't even say hi back to you. She was unable to spell simple English words- not someone you want teaching your child. (For example, "help"- h-e-a-l-p). She would write nasty notes any time your 2 year-old had a temper tantrum. I went to the director because I found her daily notes to be so rude and condescending, and the director actually defended the teacher's actions! She tried to say that the teacher was frustrated because my son threw his shoes off because he was frustrated. Hello? Aren't temper tantrums normal for 2 and 3 year-olds? The children were poorly supervised on the playground. Once, I had to help a little girl up because her face was planted in the sand. She had fallen off of the stairs to the playground, and the teachers were seated over on the grass, not even watching. Several times, I would pick up my son and I would arrive there just as he was getting pushed off a tricycle or pushed to the ground. I can't tell you how many times I broke up a fight while the teachers were completely out of view. My son was bitten there so many times. He finally started biting back and then was considered a "problem child". Once, a child there bit my son and 2 others in the same day and that child wasn't even sent home. These were horrible bites too- the kind that broke his skin and left him bleeding. My son doesn't have any siblings, so this biting behavior was obviously learned at this daycare. They actually have a policy where they won't put sunscreen on your child. My son came home several times burned. They try to say that the playground is shaded, but it's not. And, anyone who knows anything about UVA/UVB rays knows that it doesn't have to be bright and sunny for your child to get a burn or be exposed. Parents had to put sunscreen on before their children were dropped off. I work as a nurse, so my son would get dropped off around 6:40. They tried to tell me that the sunscreen will last that long! Yeah right! When it came closer to the end of the day, kids were mixed into different age groups. They allowed my 2 year-old son to play with toys that he shouldn't have been playing with. One time in particular, I came to pick him up and it took me only 2 seconds to realize that he had shoved about 10 plastic pieces into his mouth- something he could have easily choked on. Of course, the teacher didn't notice. They acted annoyed every time you called to get a report on your child, and when you asked how your child was doing, they would respond "fine". That's it- like they hadn't even been around your child at all that day. And, at least 75% of the time, my child had a bowel movement in his diaper when I picked him up, which I had to change before we left. He got diaper rashes there so easily. I would have them healed over the weekend, and when my son would return, he'd get them all over again. The am teacher got so defensive whenever you asked her to do anything, like even put diaper rash cream on your child. One time, she told me that they were putting so much on him to get rid of the rash, and that I had failed to bring in more cream. That night, I went and picked up another $30 diaper cream jar that should have fixed the problem. Again, I picked up my son the next day and he again had a dirty diaper. I went to change him and noticed that there wasn't any diaper cream in his cubby. So, I opened one of the drawers and found 3 jars of his cream- 2 were unused. The other one was the same jar I had left there nearly 6 months prior, and the same amount was in it that jar as when he first came to the center! There is nothing Christian-like about these people. Shortly before I took my son out, I noticed 2 other parents were having similar problems with the center. One parent had asked the teachers there for advice on her daughter, and as soon as she left, they started saying horrible things about her child right in front of me! I was signing out my son in the office, and they had no problem whatsoever to say those things in my presence. Completely unprofessional...

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I must say, for a lot of preschools that are out there... this one is definitely one of the best! It is always very clean and the dedication to the children is always amazing! I love the daily notes of what my child had done that day and the art work they would bring home... very well organized and definitely a place I'd trust with my children!

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I must say, for a lot of preschools that are out there... this one is definitely one of the best! It is always very clean and the dedication to the children is always amazing! I love the daily notes of what my child had done that day and the art work they would bring home... very well organized and definitely a place I'd trust with my children!

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