My grand daughter's started Dena's in 2004. They were born in 2004.
They where always hard to pull away at quitting time always proud of what they had learnt and the staff had a plan every day .Couldn't say they had a favor of teacher's yes I say teacher's the gal's there taught my girl's so well when kindergarten came about their teacher's was amazed at their level already wriing the name's and sentence's knew their abc's and more .
I give all the credit to Ms Dena, she gave so much for the girl's .Today 2 yr's later the girl's still want to go and visit .
Proven day care over the decades. The State of Indiana requires that each staff member has a background check. In fact, it is one of the first things they look for, when they makes their physical checks of any licensed day care center. So no, a convicted felon could never work at any licensed child care center in Indiana. Nevertheless, after 30 years of caring for tens of thousands of children, they must be doing something right. In fact, i think that is the longest serving daycare in the city. As i went there when it first opened in 1974, and my daughter now takes my granddaughter there.
Good Place. I have been taking my son to Dena's for 2 weeks now. They have been nothing but wonderful to my son. I asked them about the previous review and was told what I already figured. They monitor my son closely and always know what is going on with him during the day. He is always happy to be dropped off and I have a hard time getting him to leave. I think that says more than anything else I could put into words. He hugs the teachers and they treat him with genuine affection. They are always glad to see him. I would recommend this daycare to any of my friends and family.
has a convicted felon working there. Has a child care provider working there convicted of neglect of a dependant. Do they not do backgound checks?
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