What Parents Are Saying About WCC!
M. loved her pre-k class and the things she learned and the friends she made helped make the transition to kindergarten extremely easy. My husband and I loved the low student teacher ratio, the curriculum and the staff.
We trust the staff completely, to the extent that we've hired some of them to babysit our children at home.
The teachers and staff for the preschool as well as the before/after care programs are extremely engaged and involved with the children. They play with them and come up with creative activities through which the kids learn and play. They never shy from answering questions, playing new games, helping with projects and making the kids laugh.
As working parents, WCC is a comfort. The staff is very friendly, responsible, and approachable.
From the beginning, her aftercare teachers took the time to get to know her and ensure she had a positive experience in the program. She has formed strong bonds with the teachers and her other classmates in the program.
One of the things we like best about WCC is that it allows my daughter to have both unstructured free time with her friends, as well as quality activities if she so chooses.
His experience at the Westbrook campus has become, and is, an invaluable, integral part of his growth and development as a primary school student. He is well adjusted and his social skills have flourished.
WCC's scheduling enables us to ensure that our children receive exceptional care when our jobs require us to attend early-morning activities. Again, that flexibility sets it apart from other childcare programs we've partnered with.
I have had two children attend Westbrook Elementary School over the past 13 years and as a dual working family, we could not have kept our jobs without the programs housed in the WCC building.
My children constantly talk about the WCC staff members, the games they play and the arts and crafts they do at before and after care. They look forward to going to WCC every morning and often get irritated with me if I pick them up "too early" and take them away from the fun they are having.
The Westbrook campus of WCC provides a safe, nurturing educational experience and is an invaluable service to the Westbrook community.
V. has celiac disease and, therefore, is unable to eat food containing gluten. Not only has the WCC staff been vigilant with making sure she's only having acceptable snacks, but many staff members have gone out of their way and to ensure she has a comparable option when there's a special treat or cooking lesson.