Little Life Preschool - Austin TX Licensed Center - Child Care Program

(512) 832-5433
3 Reviews

About the Provider

Description: Little Life Preschool is a Licensed Center - Child Care Program in AUSTIN TX, with a maximum capacity of 111 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant, Toddler, Pre-Kindergarten, School. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: Initial License Date: 2/8/2016.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 1593262
  • Capacity: 111
  • Age Range: Infant, Toddler, Pre-Kindergarten, School
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes

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Praveen Jun 21, 2021
I have used this provider for more than 6 months

It is a great. Our daughter goes to the Snapping Turtle class. The teacher and the Director are very good teachers. They are very compassionate and kind and have always been very responsive to all our needs and queries. Our daughter loves her teacher, class and friends.

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Disappointed Apr 02, 2019
I have used this provider for more than 6 months

To the disappointed mother: I know exactly how you feel in regards to the director there. She has no sympathy and always tries to get into other peoples conversations. She lacks to hear out other families or individuals comments. I’ve seen firsthand comments that she has made to her own employees that is disheartening and not Christian like. The childcare center is suppose to be a Christian based center however it’s not seen throughout the management.

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A dissapointed Mother Jan 21, 2019
I have used this provider for less than 6 months

I am a first time mom and my very first experience with this daycare. My husband and I choose this day care due to the Christian value. We thought our daughter will learn great values and build a foundation within a church. We are Christian orthodox but that did not stop from enrolling our daughter. My first day experience was great, The principal was so nice and down to earth. I connected with her and loved the center and felt it was the right choice for us. My daughter has been in the day care for three months. I have seen great changes in her. The teachers were wonderful and personable. The Director of the school was so dull and always unhappy and unfriendy after we enrolled the class. Every time me and my husband went to pick our daughter she never said hi or pretended not to see us. We both felt why is she ignoring us but not for one second we took it a negative way. However, our daughter always comes in with a scratch on her face, we thought kids play and that is expected to happen but it got to a point where I had to go and talk to the teacher. Everything was ok until a few days ago our, daughter got another scratch on her face!!now my husband felt so bad and he decided to go and talk to the teacher so we can come up with a solution. As he was dropping of my daughter, he spoke with the main teacher trying to understand what is happening in the class. During his conversation the principal steps in out of no where and says well since you are here “ I have more things to tell you” she went ahead to say that my daughter is responsible for getting scratched. Mind you we are talking about two years olds with limited vocabulary, of course kids try to snach toys from one another but she made us feel like my daughter deserved it. Since we are not originally form the USA my husband has an accent and she had the nerve to tell him she was not understanding what he was saying and she felt that he was aggressive. Well first of all as a day care that is part of a church you should be open to other people’s culture and not make them feel like they are stupid. My husaband speaks more than three languages and is Civil engineer. As my husband told me his concern I took time from work the same day as any concerned mom would do. I went to speak with my daughters teacher to really understand what happened and what I can do to help them. I walked into the center and was passing by the principal’s office, she said hi and asked why I was there? And I answered to speak to my daughters teacher and to see my daughter. That was a strange question for a school that has a policy which allows parents to come and visit their kids anytime. She told me that I was not allowed to speak to my daughters teacher and she needed to speak to me. I said yes and went to her office. She asked me what I needed and I replied back, I came to discuss what happend this morning and speak with my daughters teacher. She got so offensive, I told her we had the right to complain about my daughter having a scratch and if she had additional complaints for her to notify us or set up a time to discuss any issues regarding our daughter. She was not willing to understand or hear me out. After the back and forth she asked me if I needed to speak with the teacher and I said yes! But she still told me I was not able to speak to the teacher alone and walked to the class room with me. I asked the teacher what was the problem” I was told none and I kept asking questions but the director kept interpting me. I got so emotional as any mother would be and started to cry. She did not care nor try to understand me. When I kept on asking for questions she asked me to leave the school and that she did not understand what I want. So, I got kicked out and asked to wait for my daughter. I got my daughter and was outside embarrassed and upset. The teacher was so understanding but she could not do anything or say anything because her boss was intimidating. Bus she was able to bring my daughters belongings and the princepal was just watching me. I got kicked out as a result of being upset I fell and twisted my ankle. The principals lack of empathy or care to understand my feelings was very nerve racking. I think just because some one is different and has an accent they should not be treated differently. Every parent has the right to ask questions regarding their children. As a parent if you were always told your child is doing great and has been sent a report card that said a lot of great things then why complain if this was not a personal attack towards a family. This director does not deserve to be there, she has no passion for what she does. The teachers need a better leader that sets a good example and instills good values. Thank you to all the teachers for always going above and beyond.


A very disappointed mother

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