Daycares in hazard
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A person

Athens, OH

#1 Jan 1, 2013
Hello I am looking at Daycaresa in the area for my child, I hear that care a lot daycare is good. I am not trying to get on here and start trouble seriously just wanting input for others.
a mother

Middlesboro, KY

#2 Jan 1, 2013
There is none that will treat them right.Do yourself a favor and stay at home till there old enough to go school then worry about that.
A person

Athens, OH

#3 Jan 2, 2013
Ok are U gonna pay my bills if I stay home?
been there

London, KY

#4 Jan 2, 2013
hi i have always liked starland and new beginnings. i took my kids there for 3 or 4 years. they taught them a lot and they really cared about the kids.
Afraid

Ivel, KY

#5 Jan 3, 2013
I've been wanting to work I have a two year old. But I'm afraid to put him in daycare cause he can't tell me if somebody does something to him. Idk what to do. A lot of people have said good things about daycare I just don't kno
A person

Macon, GA

#6 Jan 3, 2013
Well mine is care a lot and he seems to like it a lot!!! He has not said anything negative he is very verbal but children can tell you if anything happens through play and questions and especially how they are when u do drop off and pick up
PCCHS

Hazard, KY

#7 Jan 3, 2013
Montessori is probably the best around. I have heard good things about new beginnings as well. You should call around and check the prices, but I think most all are the same. Most places will let you come and do an a visit with your child to see how they handle it. Best of luck!
A Mother

Middlesboro, KY

#8 Jan 3, 2013
A person wrote:
Ok are U gonna pay my bills if I stay home?
Het thats your problem you had kids.If you wasnt ready for the sarifce of raising them u shouldnt have done it. I know Starland is not that great dont teach them stuff and to many kids per worker and new beginings lets other kids bite others and does nothing and the ever so moterssori however you spell it Its just a over priced daycare.I stayed home with mine after i went through all these day cares and everyone said oh they will be behind. They didnt even go to preschool and there just fine.My oldest one 6 is above average at school and reading at a 2nd grade level. No one will treat and teach them like you i wanted to work also but i took a cut till they got in school.
A Mother

Middlesboro, KY

#9 Jan 3, 2013
thats hey noy het. soory.lol
PCCHS

Hazard, KY

#10 Jan 3, 2013
A Mother wrote:
<quoted text>Het thats your problem you had kids.If you wasnt ready for the sarifce of raising them u shouldnt have done it. I know Starland is not that great dont teach them stuff and to many kids per worker and new beginings lets other kids bite others and does nothing and the ever so moterssori however you spell it Its just a over priced daycare.I stayed home with mine after i went through all these day cares and everyone said oh they will be behind. They didnt even go to preschool and there just fine.My oldest one 6 is above average at school and reading at a 2nd grade level. No one will treat and teach them like you i wanted to work also but i took a cut till they got in school.
Montessori costs the exact same as new beginnings. FYI.
a mother

Middlesboro, KY

#11 Jan 3, 2013
PCCHS wrote:
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Montessori costs the exact same as new beginnings. FYI.
well for two children it was gonna cost me 200.00 a week. New beginings was 150.00. They also said my youngest could not start with the older one with waiting list and such.lmao its a daycare with a fancy school name.
PCCHS

Hazard, KY

#12 Jan 3, 2013
My little girl is two. It's 102 a week at Montessori. When we called new beginnings it was 102 a week. This was about 10 months ago. They take excellent care of my little girl, and for that I am well satisfied. If you can afford to be a stay at home mom that's great. But some people have to work to live, food, diapers, clothes don't pay for themselves. I applaud the woman that started this for wanting to get a job instead of signing up for any government service she can get.
a mother

Middlesboro, KY

#13 Jan 3, 2013
PCCHS wrote:
My little girl is two. It's 102 a week at Montessori. When we called new beginnings it was 102 a week. This was about 10 months ago. They take excellent care of my little girl, and for that I am well satisfied. If you can afford to be a stay at home mom that's great. But some people have to work to live, food, diapers, clothes don't pay for themselves. I applaud the woman that started this for wanting to get a job instead of signing up for any government service she can get.
who says i get any assistance!! Just cause i stay at home im a goverment moucher.lmao.My husband works very hard and i did to untill we had children.Cause we moved here for his job i did the whole daycare thing.It didnt work for us Our child got biten at new beginnings and starland let him wet himself and wear it!!saying he never said he was wet!!YOu could see it.Then we tried montessori the price the waiting list thing.i felt like i was trying to get them into the army or something.They were just rude to us there.so i now stay home.it was hard but well worth it knowing they were well took care of.
A mom

Athens, OH

#14 Jan 3, 2013
Montessori is great! My little boy is 3 and has been there for 2 years! It's amazing how much he has learned and everything that he knows already to be only 3. There a little expensive, but you get what you pay for!
A person

Langsville, OH

#15 Jan 5, 2013
Thank you to those who left positive comments and realizing that I am a mom and that I have to pay bills. A mother, how dare you for saying that its my problem shouldn't have had kids my child is very well taken care of, and very much loved but things happen in life that are beyond my control such as job loss, sickness hospital stays which is what happened to me, I am not asking you for a handout I do work!!!!!!!
Tammy

Augusta, KY

#16 Jan 5, 2013
Montessori is not as good as some people tell it but it is way better than than the rest.Im sorry to say but i have worked at 2 of them Montessori and New Beginnings and Montessori is way better. But they had a few problems with some staff there.If they have it fixed now your child is way better off there than any other daycare.Ive never worked at starland so i dont know much about the place but if you know someone in a daycare place it helps ease your mind about how your child is being treated and makes it easier.I have a great daycare that has cameras so i can log on and check on my child when needed.Hazard is just so far behind.Hope this helps.
PCCHS

Hazard, KY

#17 Jan 6, 2013
Tammy wrote:
Montessori is not as good as some people tell it but it is way better than than the rest.Im sorry to say but i have worked at 2 of them Montessori and New Beginnings and Montessori is way better. But they had a few problems with some staff there.If they have it fixed now your child is way better off there than any other daycare.Ive never worked at starland so i dont know much about the place but if you know someone in a daycare place it helps ease your mind about how your child is being treated and makes it easier.I have a great daycare that has cameras so i can log on and check on my child when needed.Hazard is just so far behind.Hope this helps.
If you are talking about a trouble making mean teacher, they got rid of her. Thank God! My little boy just turned 8 and he still talks about how much he misses it. My little girl is 2, she is enrolled right now and flat out loves her teacher. It's hard to trust anyone with your child, but I have known most of them for years. Ms. Emma is the best, and really knows how to run the place.
kim

Middlesboro, KY

#18 Jan 7, 2013
I heard Montessori had problems with missing money and also some mean staff. There used to be a starland 2 when my child was little and that place was awesome.
Simple101

Owingsville, KY

#19 Jun 16, 2016
A person wrote:
Thank you to those who left positive comments and realizing that I am a mom and that I have to pay bills. A mother, how dare you for saying that its my problem shouldn't have had kids my child is very well taken care of, and very much loved but things happen in life that are beyond my control such as job loss, sickness hospital stays which is what happened to me, I am not asking you for a handout I do work!!!!!!!
People are just trying to get on your nerves but I hear ministry is good Hun
Wow

Olive Hill, KY

#20 Jun 17, 2016
I would check out new beginnings. I had problems with Montessori. They called me to pick up my child early & I couldn't bc I was working out of town so they called the police & social workers... Don't recommend.

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