Gypsum >Community & Social Services > Redhill Play School
148 Eagle St, Gypsum, CO | Directions 8163739.645458 -106.953474
I absolutely love Redhill Preschool! My daughter has attended RHPS for over a year now and she can't wait to get back everyday. She learns all the basic essentials of education as well as plenty of exercise, yoga, cooking, gardening, and lots of real life situations. The staff is very loving and responsible and treat my daughter as one of their own. I highly recommend Redhill Preschool.
My daughter has gone to Red Hill Preschool for the past 2 years. It has been a great experience. The director and the teachers are all caring and responsible and make a great effort to bring new learning experiences to the children. They focus on hands on learning, while teaching the kids their ABC's and social skills required for school readiness. My child is more than ready to start kindergarten, she has formed great friendships with the other kids, and the teachers. She will go back next summer for their summer program. I have always felt she was in a safe environment, that the director was always willing to listen to any concerns and to let us know if there are any concerns. I am shocked to see the negative review because that woman has never had a child go to this school, she knows nothing about it and is just a mean spirited person.
I am amazed that City Search would print such negative vindictive remarks on the Red Hill Playschool website without looking further into Red Hill Playschool's reputation. Anne Helene Garberg, the owner, is one of the most respected people in the daycare business in Eagle County. Hundreds of families who have had their children there will attest to the fact she is a responsible, caring mother to their children as well as her own.
Do not trust these people with your children. One day I was walking towards town more when there was a little boy in the middle of the road, he was 2 and a half. I verbally made him come to the sidewalk and asked where he came from but he was so scared he couldn't even respond. I tried knocking on the door to Red hill Play School but no answer and the door was locked. I eventually called the police who led me and the young boy to the back to finally get in the "school". The police officer asked Anna Helena if this was one of her children and she covered her mouth and said she didn't even know he was gone. How can you not notice a child is gone??? The child never went back to that school and I agree with his parents decision. Who knows what would have happened if I didn't stop to see why a child was alone in the middle of a busy street. DO NOT TRUST RED HILL PLAY SCHOOL.
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