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|Posted on October 15, 2016 at 1:07 AM||comments (129)|
This program is great! My daughter had a great time during the summer.
Not only did she have a good time, she also learned a lot and made new friends.
It was great to hear about her day. She always had great stories about the staff.
Mrs. Gaines, Mr. Alex, Miss Ryan, Miss Brianne, Mr. D and Mrs. Anderson amongst others were great teachers.
The program is fun and everyday there is an activity you can sign your kid up for.
Cooking, Art, Sports, Science and math!
I would definitely recommend this program to everyone.
It’s a stepping stone to help your kids come out of their shell and be more active, make friends and have fun while learning at the same time.
Mrs. Anderson is great with the kids!
I couldn’t ask for a better teacher.
Thank you Mrs. Anderson to you and your staff for providing such a fun and safe environment for the kids!
|Posted on October 9, 2016 at 6:47 PM||comments (286)|
To Whom it May Concern:
I highly recommend Anderson Playschool. My son Clark has been attending Anderson's Playschool for a few months now and has learned so much. His social skills have greatly improved. He is learning to write and is more interested in reading and learning. Clark loves his teachers and is always super excited to go to school. The staff is incredible and I'm so happy that we found Anderson's Playschool.
|Posted on October 9, 2016 at 6:42 PM||comments (113)|
When my son turned 4 I was struggling to find a trustworthy and affordable preschool. I must
have looked at 4 or 5 places and talked to dozens of moms but nothing felt right, either I didn’t feel comfortable with the staff or it was too far from home, or too expensive. That was until I foundAnderson’s Playchool! Oh my gosh, life changing! They were in my budget and they have an amazing curriculum. After just one month I saw crazy changes in my son; he could write his name, speak more clearly, and he became excited about school and homework. I can tell you this first-hand because I volunteered a couple times and I can tell they really love what they do. They bond with each and every student and as a parent that is just awesome to see. So it was a no-brainer when my daughter turned 4 I quickly enrolled her in this preschool as well.
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Gains are so wonderful and real with the students. They also bring a sense of humor and fun into the classroom. I remember when my son graduated preschool, my parents came to the ceremony, and they kept telling me how much they loved his teachers and how lively they were and how they interacted with all the kids. I recommend her to all my friends in the area and I really don't know what I would do if I didn't find out about her program.
The Seals Family
|Posted on February 24, 2012 at 4:51 PM||comments (99)|
March 11, 2011
To Whom It May Concern, It gives me great pleasure to write in recommendation of Jeanette Anderson and her organization, Anderson’s Playschool. I first learned of her unique program in 2009 when I began researching local preschools for my eldest daughter. My research was not limited to private schools, daycare preschool programs and Head Start. I immediately placed her in one session at Anderson’s Playschool in 2009 and re-enrolled her for the 2010-2011 school year. As she graduates into Kindergarten, I will be enrolling her younger sister in Anderson’s Playschool for the 2011-2012 school year.
|Posted on February 24, 2012 at 4:45 PM||comments (188)|
To Whom It May Concern: My Daughter Kylie White has been attending Mrs. Anderson’s Playschool for about a year. She has developed social skills, routines of a classroom setting, and the desire to learn more without any added pressure from me. Kylie started this preschool at age 4 with high hopes that she would find some great friends, and I had high hopes of her getting past her frustration of learning letters. Within the first week of her starting school, Kylie was asking for a dry erase board to practice her letters in the car, at home, and everywhere we went, and also telling me all her new friends names.