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La Palma Pepper Tree Pre-School Inc.

5112 La Palma Avenue
La Palma, CA 90623

Phone:
(714) 827-2850

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Environment

Discipline

Overall Rating

Parents at this school, on average, believe that conflicts between children:

Are mostly handled in a competent way, though there have been a few exceptions that from time to time have made me worried about the safety of my child

Discipline, Health, Safety: From the Parents

1 Comment

  • Parent # 1

    Classroom environment (tables, floors, etc.) is regularly cleaned and disinfected, however I'm not sure if or how the toys (particularly the soft/plush type) are cleaned/disinfected.

    over a year ago

Health

Parent Ratings

  • Overall Rating
  • Temperature and overall air circulation is comfortable
  • Healthy and nutritious snacks are provided
  • Toys and furniture are cleaned regularly

Safety

Parent Ratings

  • Overall Rating
  • Screen and identify all visitors
  • Parents may not bring sick children to school where they may infect others

Facilities

Parent Ratings

  • Overall Rating
  • Building, bathrooms, hallway
  • Classroom equipment and furniture
  • Outside play equipment

Facilities Includes:

Playgrounds More

More Information

  • Slides
  • Swings
  • Playhouses
  • Large construction blocks/climbing structures
  • Tricycles
  • Wagons
  • Climbing structures
  • No playground

Transportation

General School Comments: From the Parents

1 Comment

  • Parent # 1

    The Infant Program at La Palma Pepper Tree Preschool has caring and professional teachers/aides. The routine is flexibile to meet each child's needs. They support the parents' wishes in feeding breastmilk, if desired. The facility is neat and clean. I did note one instance of a teacher feeding multiple children banana with one spoon, but that practice ceased when I requested this not be done. The older infants/toddlers have a more structured routine with one naptime and plenty of opportunity for play. These teachers appear to be less experienced (easily distracted) but are well-intentioned. They may introduce sweeter drinks/food to the children for snack. Parents need to keep the staff informed of dietary limits/wishes when this is not desired. The school is generally good, with occasional problems in maintaining proper teacher/student ratios. I enjoyed the Infant Prgram, but have some reservations about individualizing some aspects of care now that my child is older. We are still acclimating to the new routine and are still evaluating how we like the change.

    over a year ago