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- March 10, 2017 at 3:36 pm #676894
Yeah, I probably wouldn’t either unless I were pulling my kids out. They should give you your money back though.March 10, 2017 at 6:28 pm #676921
It’s possible that a family was supposed to withdraw from the daycare in May and ended up deciding to stay instead. That happened in my classroom once and a bunch of new students had to be shuffled around to make them all fit like they were supposed to. I know it doesn’t help in your situation, but your director may have been stuck between a rock and hard place. Still, even if that was the case, she should have been upfront with you. All you do is be as cordial as possible and go above her head when you can.March 10, 2017 at 6:55 pm #676926
@rose, that can’t happen at my daycare. You have to give two month’s notice to leave, and once you do, you’re out. You’d go to the bottom of the wait list again if you wanted the spot back.March 20, 2017 at 1:26 pm #678718
Just an update, we heard back and we’re getting our money back. I’ve actually been transitioning my daughter into her part-time spot this month, and they’re going to give us our money back for this month and last. So essentially this month is free because we’re still using the spot. Anyway, I’m still pissed obviously, but at least this gives me the feeling that if we get past this, then maybe we can keep the kids in this daycare. It would be nice if we could, because the quality of care is high, it’s conveniently located, and it would save transitioning my daughter out again in 6-8 months. Anyway, we’ll see. At least it’s something.March 20, 2017 at 1:34 pm #678719
That’s great, RR.March 21, 2017 at 7:32 pm #678872
Thanks for the update. I’m glad you’re getting your money back. Now I can quit grinding my teeth in anger at the way you were treated.