Monfort Early Childhood Education Center

★★★★☆
  • Greeley, CO 80634

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  • 970-339-6325

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I don't really know what's going on with the other guy, but my son and I have met with nothing but success at MECEC. The teachers are fantastic. My wife occassionally had some difficulties with a teacher named Stephanie, but since graduating to the three year old room, its been nothing but smooth sailing. My son is excelling and from what I've seen of the other kids in his class, they aren't far behind. He's three and can already spell quite a few words including his name.

The few times I've had concerns, they were met openly and any issues quickly resolved. The other reviewer mentioned mysterious bumps and bruises. Honestly, I noticed the same thing. However, we just recently had a month away from the school while Aims was not in session, and you know what. More bruises. It seems to me young kids tend to get bumps and bruises. I don't know that its fair to blame the daycare for that.

Furthermore, each room is setup with at least one camera, and often staffed with several teachers. In the event that there is an accident, your child falls down and skins his knee; is bitten by another child; etc., a report is sent home detailing the event and what actions were taken.

I could go on and on. My son has learned so much. He adores his teachers and his classmates. The school practically bends over backwards to help you finance. My son has some physical difficulties and they have even offered to assist us in finding a physical therapist that would come in and observe him during time in the motor skills room.

Did I mention the motor skills room?!? A couple days a week they spend time in a room with balance bars and various other equipment to develop motor skills. They also go outside at least once every day (unless it's blizzarding or something) for time on the playground.

When I saw the other review I just had to step up and write something to let you know that this really is a great school. Your results may vary, but I wouldn't take my kid anywhere else. As an Aims student, this school has truly been a blessing.

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★★★★★

I don't really know what's going on with the other guy, but my son and I have met with nothing but success at MECEC. The teachers are fantastic. My wife occassionally had some difficulties with a teacher named Stephanie, but since graduating to the three year old room, its been nothing but smooth sailing. My son is excelling and from what I've seen of the other kids in his class, they aren't far behind. He's three and can already spell quite a few words including his name.

The few times I've had concerns, they were met openly and any issues quickly resolved. The other reviewer mentioned mysterious bumps and bruises. Honestly, I noticed the same thing. However, we just recently had a month away from the school while Aims was not in session, and you know what. More bruises. It seems to me young kids tend to get bumps and bruises. I don't know that its fair to blame the daycare for that.

Furthermore, each room is setup with at least one camera, and often staffed with several teachers. In the event that there is an accident, your child falls down and skins his knee; is bitten by another child; etc., a report is sent home detailing the event and what actions were taken.

I could go on and on. My son has learned so much. He adores his teachers and his classmates. The school practically bends over backwards to help you finance. My son has some physical difficulties and they have even offered to assist us in finding a physical therapist that would come in and observe him during time in the motor skills room.

Did I mention the motor skills room?!? A couple days a week they spend time in a room with balance bars and various other equipment to develop motor skills. They also go outside at least once every day (unless it's blizzarding or something) for time on the playground.

When I saw the other review I just had to step up and write something to let you know that this really is a great school. Your results may vary, but I wouldn't take my kid anywhere else. As an Aims student, this school has truly been a blessing.

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My children attended this place for 2 years and it was nothing but problem after problem. They would call every other day because my child might have a stuffy nose. Even with multiple notes from their doctors about issues they still would give me grief about them being contagious, when in fact they were not. My children came home with a lot of "accidental" bumps and bruises from falling down.

Their facilities were ok. The rooms were small (it was a trailer type building that they cut into 6 rooms. The play area is nice and updated and fenced in.

They do not allow anyone through the doors to the daycare without a buzz through. The double doors lock. This is nice, but you can easily get in and out from another person coming in and out.

They seem to have a high turnover rate, which is not good when dealing with young children. The director Linda is difficult to work with. The other office staff are nice.

PROS: Locked in Facilities
CONS: Expensive, Nothing Special

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★★☆☆☆

My children attended this place for 2 years and it was nothing but problem after problem. They would call every other day because my child might have a stuffy nose. Even with multiple notes from their doctors about issues they still would give me grief about them being contagious, when in fact they were not. My children came home with a lot of "accidental" bumps and bruises from falling down.

Their facilities were ok. The rooms were small (it was a trailer type building that they cut into 6 rooms. The play area is nice and updated and fenced in.

They do not allow anyone through the doors to the daycare without a buzz through. The double doors lock. This is nice, but you can easily get in and out from another person coming in and out.

They seem to have a high turnover rate, which is not good when dealing with young children. The director Linda is difficult to work with. The other office staff are nice.

PROS: Locked in Facilities
CONS: Expensive, Nothing Special

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