Seattle >North Queen Anne Day Care
We love it!!!. We absolutely love this daycare! Our son has been going here since he was 18 months old. (He's 3 1/2 now.) The teachers are very caring and our son is always very happy here! The staff treats us all like family. The costs run about $200 cheaper per month than Hilltop and Young Child Academy and other competitors. And all diapers and meals are included in the costs, which saves us lots of time and energy and planning. I hope to keep my son here until he starts school.
Mediocre care. I think this center has some problems, like most, but the children are safe there, that's for sure. I have found that the long time teachers are the very best. The center is mediocre at best.
What Happened?. We have had 3 children at North Queen Anne Child Care. We have one child remaining and we pulled him. Something has happened. The quality of staff is gone. They have had some long time staffers who have left and it has made a huge, negative void. My children loved it there and by the end of the day hated to leave. Our last son has been pulled due to the fact that the staff in unattentive now and the Director is not taking care of complaints. Perhaps it's time to get a new Director? Or perhaps Pastor Abbott needs to step down. We were so sad to have to leave, but it was for the best.
Your children are safe.
NQDAC is safe, fun, educational haven for kids! the staff is educated and has years experience molding minds at integral stages in child developtment.
poopoo on the negative review!
Loving Care. I recently enrolled my son in North Queen Anne Daycare. What a wonderful, loving place for my son to be! I am very pleased with the care he receives. As soon as I walk in the door I can just feel the caring & concern each and everyone of the teachers exhibits. I don't understand where the one viewer who said it was a "bad" place is coming from. Perhaps it was her children and not the daycare that were hard to control. I highly recommend this daycare.
Loving, affordable. My child came to NQACC after a year of in-home care, and after I'd interviewed many, many other places. It's one of the least expensive. It's efficiently, lovingly run, with a gentle curriculum, teachers who know and adore my child, well-educated and helpful directors. The center is truly a positive aspect to my child's life, socially, emotionally and intellectually. To comment to the other review: the center's former director retired last year, but the new director's added new programs without sacrificing quality.
Bad Place for Kids. I had a daughter there, took her out. Now both girls are at Hilltop and love it! Felt that the overall center direction at NQA was bad.
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