My daughter was in the t2 room and my experience was horrible. On her first week things went wrong. My daughter does not talk much yet and I picked her up from daycare to find she had her upper lip swollen and red bloody marks on her bottom lip along with a reddish chin. Nobody could tell me what happened to my daughter and no accident report was written. I was not notified and found out on my own. When I got upset about they seem to be bothered by it bc there excuse was that there staff has been there for over 20 years and I'm the first to have a problem. Well there's a first time for everything. I decided to withdraw my child from there and that same day I got home and changed her pull up only to find sand on her bowels and around the inside of the pullup. I thought this daycare would be great, I did all my research and everything seemed in order but please don't be fooled by their 0 turnover rate.
My child attended Small Wonders from the time she was 6-weeks old, and I initially felt totally comfortable leaving her there; however, as she got older, I became more disenchanted with the center and eventually withdrew her. The people at the daycare are very friendly and seem to love the kids, but the director could never give me a definite answer on their curriculum (saying instead that it was a mesh between two different types). Several times when I went in to pick up my daughter, they were watching movies.... Disney/Pixar types, not educational. I personally feel that a child's time at school should not be spent in front of the TV. There was very little security with the front desk only manned 70% of the time and no other form of ensuring the wrong person doesn't take a child. While my child was there, someone's car was "broken into" and her purse was stolen (broken into is in quotes because she didn't lock her car). Again, the staff are very likeable and many are seasoned veterans, but many improvements could be made.