Jadelyn, Yuta, and Tuk have been wonderful leaders at Mathnasium-Laurelwood. They have been nothing but available, approachable, flexible, and accommodating to my family. Jadelyn is open to working out ways to help satisfy whatever the specific needs of my children are at that time. As a parent, I also LOVE how flexible and easy the scheduling is, and how being in Mathnasium does not add to my kids' homework load.
My son, who already has a good grasp on math, has been able to advance beyond his grade level. My daughter, who needed more help, has flourished under Mathnasmium's care. She has excelled in her first year at middle school, and I know a good part of her success in math has to do with Mathnasium. Both of my kids tell me that they have liked all of the instructors they have had there. Of course, they have their favorites, but if those people aren't available, they are completely comfortable going to someone else's group.
I routinely recommend Mathnasium to fellow parents. We have had SUCH A WONDERFUL experience. The administrators and instructors are extremely friendly, accommodating, and knowledgeable. My kids actually enjoy attending class. Moreover, teachers are willing to help with homework and prep the kids for tests. Mathnasium has been such a great asset. We are grateful to be part of the Mathnasium family!
I love the flexible and accommodating nature of the managers at our location, Laurelwood. They are very easy to work with and provide my children customized math curriculum helping with their school curriculum in addition to providing the mathnasium curriculum.
Mathnasium is exactly the place I was looking for to help get my daughter, who hates math, the extra support she needs! What I love the most is that Mathnasium doesn't seek to compete with school curriculum. Mathnasium helps solidify gaps in understanding that schools don't fully address due to the over ambitious curriculum they have set. I also love that kids are rewarded with prizes! What a great way to build a positive association with math!
Just a suggestion to send out email a few days out to inform holiday closures. They are posted on the door and inside the facility and even told to the kids. But if the kid doesn't remember to tell the parent or the parent has the kids dropped at the curb this doesn't get communicated.
Flyers to the kids just get lost. That way the parent can reschedule. You are wonderful and we just don't like the kids to miss a wonderful program!