Kids World Academy - Mableton GA Child Care Learning Center

665 S. Gordon Rd., Mableton GA 30126
(770) 941-3550
1 Review

About the Provider

Description: Kids World Academy is a Child Care Learning Center in Mableton GA, with a maximum capacity of 201 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Pre K, School Age. The provider may also participate in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: Has Evening Care; Has Drop In Care; Has School Age Summer Care; Has Cacfp;

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 201
  • License Number: CCLC-33549
  • Age Range: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Pre K, School Age
  • Achievement and/or Accreditations QualityRated_Participant;
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Transportation: To/From Home; To/From School

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Inspection/Report History

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Report Date Arrival Time Report Type
2017-05-04 11:45 AM POI Follow Up
2017-04-20 12:50 PM Monitoring Visit
2016-12-08 10:35 AM Licensing Study
2016-05-16 10:30 AM POI Follow Up
2016-04-18 11:10 AM Licensing Study
2015-08-05 10:40 AM MV POI Follow Up
2015-06-24 10:40 AM Licensing Study
2015-06-04 09:50 AM Monitoring Visit
2014-11-06 01:20 PM Monitoring Visit

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Reviews

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Aye Jaye May 28, 2015
I have used this provider for more than 6 months

Unprofessional Staff, Unsafe Facilities, and Neglectful Teachers pretty much sums it up Let me start off by saying that my son attended this daycare for almost two years. For the better part of the two years, he loved it, he loved his teacher, and he loved the kids. School was fun for him. The teacher he had quit and he was transferred to a new teacher's classroom. My concerns first started when my son moved to the new classroom. My son told me that his teacher was not allowing him to play with the other kids unless he did all of his schoolwork. I am all for children needing discipline and structure, but I feel a child that has just turned 3 should not be required to sit all day at his desk while all the other children play because he has not done the 3 pages of class work that they feel he should do. School at this age should be about having fun as you are learning. When his dad and I went in the school to talk with the teacher, it was during nap time. His teacher sat in the room with all the little kids having her hair done while everyone slept. This is supposed to be a school, a professional environment, not a beauty salon. I decided to give the teacher the benefit of the doubt since it was nap time for the kids, but it left a bad taste in my mouth. I went in to pick up my son another day and he wasn't with the teacher. I asked her where my son was and she told me that he was grabbing his jacket. I went to find him and he was in the back drinking out of a bowl that had been left on the ground. No adult in sight. I brought that to the attention of the director and she said she will definitely take care of it. Yesterday my fiancé and I were discussing how it seemed like every day he was coming home with injuries. He hit his head, other kids constantly hitting him all day long, bruises that appeared just about every day, and cuts and scrapes on his legs. I realize being a young child, you are going to get bumps and scratches while playing, but I feel like if a child is getting these on a daily occurrence that either the teacher is not properly supervising the class or she just doesn't care at all. My fiancé decided to go to the school and talk with his teacher and director to see if the problem can be resolved. The first thing the director did was roll her eyes at my fiancé. The teacher took him to the other room assured him that they are watching him and our son is just very active. My son is active but not to the point of being injured on a daily basis. When I went in to drop my son off this morning, the director looked at me and laughed to herself and said something under her breath, I asked if that was directed towards me and she told me just to take my son to class and she will talk with me after. Once we got to the classroom he immediately started crying saying that he did not want to go into the classroom. When I asked why he said that he was scared he said the little boys keep hitting him and hurting him. The teacher came and took him and said that she will keep a watchful eye on him and make sure it doesn't happen anymore. On my way out, I stopped at Director's office and she was nowhere to be found. I called her on the phone and asked what she had wanted to discuss with me earlier. She immediately started laughing and said, "Your baby daddy came up to the school yesterday to complain about how your son has been treated. I have never seen him before and haven't talked to him and now all of the sudden he wants to come and be protective of his son." I asked her to repeat herself to make sure I was properly understanding what she was saying, she repeated exactly what she said before. I couldn't believe what she was saying. She was implying that because she had never seen his dad, that he wasn't involved in his life in any way and had a problem with him coming up there as a concerned parent. THIS IS THE DIRECTOR/ OWNER OF THIS FACILITY!!!! I was already looking for a new facility to take my son because there were too many red flags as it was. I cannot believe the lack of their professionalism in every aspect of the business. Who runs a daycare like this? I wish I had listened to the mother's intuition that you always read about. I wish I had listened to that little voice inside that told me something wasn't right about this place. My son is the one that had to endure the bumps and bruises and I will always be sorry for that. Please don't do what I did and ignore all of those signs that tell you something isn't right. I am not sure how these people are still open and running a business that involves taking care of young children. My son's safety and well-being are worth more than cost and convenience.

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