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Phone: (970) 352-2222 Fax: (970) 352-2220 5000 W 11th St, Greeley, CO 80634
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Colorado Department of Human Services - Child Care
1575 Sherman St, Denver CO 80203
Phone Number: (303) 866-5958
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMs. Sandra J Bright, President Mr. Steven Benson, BSAC Director
Child Care Centers Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Schools Educational Organizations
Method(s) of PaymentVisa and Mastercard
Alternate Business NamesSJB Child Development Centers Inc
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5000 W 11th St
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Complaint: My daughter was attending this daycare. They would never tell me how to enroll her in swimming classes. When I found lice on her they failed to notify the other parents. My bill was a mess. They billed me for times when she wasn't even there, basically padding the bill. I tried to pay my parent fees but the staff didn't know how to take my money. When I complained about the bill I was told that I swore at the staff (untrue) on a day that my daughter was sitting in the school office (also untrue) because they didn't have her. I actually went down there PRAYING that my daughter was with them, when she wasn't supposed to be. But the school had allowed her father who had been excluded from picking her up, pick her up. I was short with the employee, I did interrupt him, I DID NOT SWEAR at him or in front of any children, I DID NOT SWEAR, I believe I said oh my god and where could she be and ran back to the office, which I had just come from. I did apologize to the employee later for interrupting him and being abrupt and not thanking him for helping me. At the time I did that I thought my daughter had been kidnapped, the school did not know where she was and said she went to the daycare. Having Sandy B***** tell people that I swore in front of children and kicking me out because I complained about a bill is very unprofessional. As a teacher in the Greeley School district this could be very damaging to my professional life, especially since it is NOT true.
Desired Settlement: A letter to the parents notifying them that there were lice (I believe my daughters were not caught because there are others that have it, I don't know that she got it there, but if they never notify parents or check it is possible others have it there). A letter of apology including a retraction. My bill cleared up. I will be happy to pay my parent fees which I believe to be $5.76. A statement stating the balance due (which is what I have been trying to get for several months) and a statement that my bill is clear once the parent fees have been paid. I did not swear, I do not swear as a general rule, I don't like to be around people who do. This is a very defamatory statement and extremely untrue. I am a Christian and teacher and I don't believe that is the correct way to act in front of children. The staff even commented on how much they liked my daughter and her knowledge of the Vacation Bible School Songs because we GO to Church and VBS regularly.
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A complaint was filed against our company from ***** ********, who had a child enrolled with one of our B***** School-Age Child Care Centers. As the owner of the company, I had been contacted numerous times about her failure to pay her required DHS parent fees. We are required by the Department of Human Services in our Fiscal Agreement to insure that the parents we accept for subsidized child care adhere to the following contract they have signed with DHS which reads as follows:
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