Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St

Hours

Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday:
Closed

Chamber Rating

3.4 - (22 reviews)
12
1
0
2
7
Read Our 22 Reviews

Chamber Rating

3.4 - (22 reviews)
12
1
0
2
7
  • Julie Citrin

    Poorly run daycare center that offers little to no educational value. No degreed teachers or director. Custodial care provided in a negative environment.
    Mar 6th, 2023

  • Michelle Marie Engler

    They are honestly so nice! My friend has worked here part time in the past and honestly they're so patient with the children there! I adore this place!
    Sep 25th, 2022

  • Lizzy Rao

    I had my 11 mo son in this location for 2 weeks. Ill start from the top. We stopped by the Friday before my son was going to start, just so HE could warm up to the place. There was no warm welcome, the people at the front were more confused as to why we would drop by ahead of time. No one regarded my son to say hi or anything. I brushed that off. First day, they werent logging his meals in the app like they were supposed to, so I was worried that he wasnt drinking anything? Turns out it was just a technical glitch. I brushed it off. Every day at drop off and pickup my son was panic crying. I wasnt sure if it was just his separation anxiety or what but it was SO unlike him. It was a new type of cry that he hadnt done before. My son was in a daycare prior to this; so this wasnt our first rodeo. My mom senses were telling me I should start looking into other places. Every day they were sending me photos of him just sitting on the play mat, alone, looking around. The next day, they called him by the wrong name when I dropped him off. I knew I wanted to pull him then. They also would answer "yes" or "no" when I would message a question - I know you're busy, but you're taking care of my child, would it hurt to put a little personality behind your interactions? Including at dropoff and pickup? Fake a smile? I wanted to wait to write this review - my son has been in the new daycare for a couple of weeks so I have a better idea as to what happened. During the interview for the new daycare, my son got a BIG welcome, where all staff was smiling and playing with him. Something I didn't have in two weeks with Tutor Time. He hasnt cried for drop-off and pickup for the last 2 weeks hes been at his new location. I get smiling photos every day. I truly think its because he is getting more 1:1 interaction, more hands-on. Tutor time did a great job keeping my son alive, but I want him surrounded by those who would raise him like their own. Do I think this place works for some? Of course. Would I recommend it to anyone who has kids who cant speak yet? No. Im just not confident in the level of care being given. I would only feel confident if my child told me himself that he liked it there. Just want to add, I tried to pull him sooner but they said they couldnt allow him to be there one day only, it would have to be a full week. So I kept him there. (but on the flipside, thankful that they allowed me to pull him without more of a headsup) Also, after looking through the notes, I realised after the fact that they gave him breakfast for the first week and not at all for the second week. I should have caught that sooner, but I just thought it was odd. They wouldnt give him breakfast that first week unless I specified. I would think after 5 days of specifying I wouldnt need to remind them again. I hope Im not coming across any which way. I try to be analytical with my assessments and just state facts. Also sorry this is so long! I just wanted to make sure to get every little detail in. I do believe this was happening during a change in Directors; but that shouldn't make or break anything. I didn't meet either the new or old director.
    Mar 15th, 2022

  • Daniel Codreanu

    Strange place. I give 2 stars because my son likes this place for some reasons. Staff wise, just one single person in this place that has courtesy mannerism, that is it. Everyone seem very cold in this building.
    Jun 11th, 2021

  • Malinah M.

    BULLYING AND LACK OF CARE My child attended for about 2 years before he was supposed to go to kindergarten. It was okay the first year but once children started coming to school after the height of COVID, it went all down hill from there. We had problems of another child kicking my kid and leaving bruises all over his legs. We spoke to Nicole about it and she informed me they sent a note to the parents about hitting but they never came to me about my child being hurt. Nicole assured us it would not happen again and they are being monitored closely (far from the truth). A few weeks later my son came to me saying two student pushed him down while outside and were stepping on him. When I asked if he told the teacher he said he couldnt because they were stepping on his face and he couldnt get up. You can only imaging how devastating this was to hear. I immediately sent out a message to the school about this issue but never received a response for a whole week! Not only that but every time we tried to meet with the director, Christi, there just happened to not be there. Everyday for a week they avoided us during drop off and pick up and wouldnt respond to our messages. (Specifically about the incident that happened, Christi would send out messages about other things just fine) We finally just spoke to the girl at reception about it (Destiny I believe) and she, like Nicole, provided nothing but excuses. We were even told by staff that Christi doesnt deal with these issues well and she tends to brush them off and ignore them. Luckily I have a kid who feels comfortable with his parents to tell us what is happening-otherwise they would have never told us. There was one more incident before we pulled him out (while we were making arrangements) where he got sick and threw up. I received a voicemail from Christi letting me know what happened but the tone in her voice was so rude and made it seem like my child throwing up was such an inconvenience to her and I need to come get him. There was no sympathy and she didnt bother to tell me how he was doing. All she cared about was that she made a mess. I was later told by my son that another child was throwing up and thats where he got it from, we were never informed of that as well. When I asked why they think he threw up they had no clue. All that being said the curriculum they are supposedly teaching isnt being executed as much as they make it seem. Now that we are doing at home schooling for the summer we have realized they didnt go over all the kindergarten prep they said they were going over. If you want your child to be learning a lot and to be safe then dont take them here.
    Nov 11th, 2021

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About
Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St

Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St is located at 4060 E Bell Rd in Phoenix, Arizona 85032. Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St can be contacted via phone at 855-887-8945 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   855-887-8945

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St?

A The phone number for Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St is: 855-887-8945.


Q Where is Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St located?

A Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St is located at 4060 E Bell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032


Q What is the internet address for Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St?

A The website (URL) for Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St is: http://pl.yext.com/plclick?pid=jsPyHzHRzP&ids=538937&continu


Q What days are Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St open?

A Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St is open:
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday: 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday: 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday: 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday: 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday: Closed


Q How is Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St rated?

A Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St has a 3.4 Star Rating from 22 reviewers.

Hours

Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday:
Closed

Ratings and Reviews
Tutor Time on E. Bell Road & 42nd St

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 22 Reviews )
12
1
0
2
7
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Julie Citrin on Google

image Poorly run daycare center that offers little to no educational value. No degreed teachers or director. Custodial care provided in a negative environment.


Michelle Marie Engler on Google

image They are honestly so nice! My friend has worked here part time in the past and honestly they're so patient with the children there! I adore this place!


Lizzy Rao on Google

image I had my 11 mo son in this location for 2 weeks.
Ill start from the top. We stopped by the Friday before my son was going to start, just so HE could warm up to the place. There was no warm welcome, the people at the front were more confused as to why we would drop by ahead of time. No one regarded my son to say hi or anything. I brushed that off.
First day, they werent logging his meals in the app like they were supposed to, so I was worried that he wasnt drinking anything? Turns out it was just a technical glitch. I brushed it off.
Every day at drop off and pickup my son was panic crying. I wasnt sure if it was just his separation anxiety or what but it was SO unlike him. It was a new type of cry that he hadnt done before. My son was in a daycare prior to this; so this wasnt our first rodeo.
My mom senses were telling me I should start looking into other places. Every day they were sending me photos of him just sitting on the play mat, alone, looking around. The next day, they called him by the wrong name when I dropped him off. I knew I wanted to pull him then.
They also would answer "yes" or "no" when I would message a question - I know you're busy, but you're taking care of my child, would it hurt to put a little personality behind your interactions? Including at dropoff and pickup? Fake a smile?
I wanted to wait to write this review - my son has been in the new daycare for a couple of weeks so I have a better idea as to what happened. During the interview for the new daycare, my son got a BIG welcome, where all staff was smiling and playing with him. Something I didn't have in two weeks with Tutor Time. He hasnt cried for drop-off and pickup for the last 2 weeks hes been at his new location. I get smiling photos every day. I truly think its because he is getting more 1:1 interaction, more hands-on. Tutor time did a great job keeping my son alive, but I want him surrounded by those who would raise him like their own.
Do I think this place works for some? Of course. Would I recommend it to anyone who has kids who cant speak yet? No. Im just not confident in the level of care being given. I would only feel confident if my child told me himself that he liked it there.
Just want to add, I tried to pull him sooner but they said they couldnt allow him to be there one day only, it would have to be a full week. So I kept him there. (but on the flipside, thankful that they allowed me to pull him without more of a headsup)
Also, after looking through the notes, I realised after the fact that they gave him breakfast for the first week and not at all for the second week. I should have caught that sooner, but I just thought it was odd. They wouldnt give him breakfast that first week unless I specified. I would think after 5 days of specifying I wouldnt need to remind them again.
I hope Im not coming across any which way. I try to be analytical with my assessments and just state facts. Also sorry this is so long! I just wanted to make sure to get every little detail in.
I do believe this was happening during a change in Directors; but that shouldn't make or break anything. I didn't meet either the new or old director.


Daniel Codreanu on Google

image Strange place. I give 2 stars because my son likes this place for some reasons. Staff wise, just one single person in this place that has courtesy mannerism, that is it. Everyone seem very cold in this building.


Malinah M. on Google

image BULLYING AND LACK OF CARE
My child attended for about 2 years before he was supposed to go to kindergarten. It was okay the first year but once children started coming to school after the height of COVID, it went all down hill from there.
We had problems of another child kicking my kid and leaving bruises all over his legs. We spoke to Nicole about it and she informed me they sent a note to the parents about hitting but they never came to me about my child being hurt. Nicole assured us it would not happen again and they are being monitored closely (far from the truth). A few weeks later my son came to me saying two student pushed him down while outside and were stepping on him. When I asked if he told the teacher he said he couldnt because they were stepping on his face and he couldnt get up.
You can only imaging how devastating this was to hear. I immediately sent out a message to the school about this issue but never received a response for a whole week! Not only that but every time we tried to meet with the director, Christi, there just happened to not be there. Everyday for a week they avoided us during drop off and pick up and wouldnt respond to our messages. (Specifically about the incident that happened, Christi would send out messages about other things just fine) We finally just spoke to the girl at reception about it (Destiny I believe) and she, like Nicole, provided nothing but excuses. We were even told by staff that Christi doesnt deal with these issues well and she tends to brush them off and ignore them.
Luckily I have a kid who feels comfortable with his parents to tell us what is happening-otherwise they would have never told us.
There was one more incident before we pulled him out (while we were making arrangements) where he got sick and threw up. I received a voicemail from Christi letting me know what happened but the tone in her voice was so rude and made it seem like my child throwing up was such an inconvenience to her and I need to come get him. There was no sympathy and she didnt bother to tell me how he was doing. All she cared about was that she made a mess. I was later told by my son that another child was throwing up and thats where he got it from, we were never informed of that as well. When I asked why they think he threw up they had no clue.
All that being said the curriculum they are supposedly teaching isnt being executed as much as they make it seem. Now that we are doing at home schooling for the summer we have realized they didnt go over all the kindergarten prep they said they were going over. If you want your child to be learning a lot and to be safe then dont take them here.


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