Children's Lighthouse at Grand Mission - Richmond TX Licensed Center - Child Care Program

7307 GRAND MISSION BLVD , Richmond TX 77407
(281) 232-7733
1 Review

About the Provider

Description: Center Features - Ages 6 weeks to 12 years - Open 6:30 am to 6:30 pm - Pre-Enrollment - A Beka Curriculum - Internet Video Monitoring - Security-Controlled Building Access - Private Kindergarten Class - Age-Appropriate Playgrounds - Summer Reality Journey Summer Program

Additional Information: Initial License Date: 7/16/2008.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 891130
  • Capacity: 233
  • Age Range: Infant, Toddler, Pre-Kindergarten, School
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Type of Care: Child Care Program

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Very Upset Parent Jan 31, 2015

Our 2 year old son attended this faculty and we were not happy at all with the staff nor "caregivers". Seemed like our son was being bullied by his own "caregiver". Our son has a speech delay and due to that, the "caregiver" would treat him as if he was an outcast. This was our first time having to place our child into a daycare and the experience was horrible. Knowing that their rooms were equipped with cameras for the parents to view while their child was in class, the "caregiver" made it seem like no one was watching them. Little did they know, that my husband and I were on those monitors from the moment our son was dropped off to the moment he was being picked up. There were numerous times we have caught something going on in the room that we did not like and had to call the front desk to inform them that something was going on in the room that didn't seem right. Our sons "caregiver" asked two other 2 year olds to pull and drag our son constantly during rug time and our son didn't seem to like that and we called to let the front desk know that some of the children were pulling and dragging our son on the ground and that the "caregiver" wasn't doing anything to stop it...after someone was sent to the room to investigate, we received a call back and was told that the "caregiver" asked his fellow students to help him join his classmates to rug time but in my opinion, its the "caregivers" responsibility to get the child rather than send two 2 years olds to do her job. We paid for our son to be taken care of not to be pushed to the side and ignored on a daily basis. Almost everyday our son was "written up" mostly for extremely petty reasons. A 2 year old was written up which makes no sense. One of the so called "write ups" was because he ran out of class when a parent was picking their child up and he ran out and made it to the front desk. If someone was watching him he wouldn't have made it out of his class but yet our son got in trouble for it. He got "written up" so many times that the director called for a conference with us but by that point we were already fed up with the mistreatment of our son that we were already visiting other daycares to move him. His "caregiver" made it apparent that she just plainly didn't want to deal with our son which is why she constantly wrote him up and for the director to take notice and ask us to remove our child from their daycare. Even though our son could not speak he did show us that he did not like us to leave him in the care of said "caregiver". He's in a much better daycare that he loves and is progressing immensely since attending his new daycare, rather than suffer when we would leave him at the children lighthouse . He now smiles and gets excited when he is left at his new daycare. He adores his new caregivers and is progressing immensely at his new daycare. There is a real night and day difference from his new and old daycare. Ac message to the parents that are considering this place as a suitable daycare to leave your child, trust your gut instinct. If your child isn't happy the moment you walk into this place PLEASE take note of it and find a better place. Don't make the same mistake we made.

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