We are always pleased to receive Google Reviews. However, at Tom Thumb Preschool, we receive most of our positive feedback from personal handwritten notes and Thank You Notes. We post some of these notes as blog posts. But there are just too many to publish on this website. For parents who want to present feedback on Tom Thumb, please write a Google Review. We appreciate the following review from Erik.
I wanted to formally tell you how impressed I was with the Mini Olympics performance on Monday. I know all the hard work that goes into any school event and can’t even imagine the time, effort, and practice that was involved in making an event like this possible with such young children.
The fact that 3-year-olds were able to perform like that in front of an audience and make it look effortless is a testament to all the teachers’ hard work. The t-shirts, medals, and pictures were all adorable as well, and I know I will treasure keeping these items as memories for when Dominic gets older.
I want to give a huge shout-out to Coach Marcos, Ms. Licini and the Red Room Aides, and anyone else involved in making Monday’s performance so amazing.
Thank you for organizing such a wonderful event for parents and students!
Thank you so much for sending home the picture from your unit of the Native American Indians. Grace was very excited and proud to tell us all about the things she learned each day during this unit. I’ve never heard her talk so much about the projects she did and offered so much detail!
She was excited to show everyone: her rain stick, her hat with feathers, play “hunting deer” with Daddy. She literally jumped for joy as she told us about the feast with all the food she tried! My heart was so full watching her excitement for learning.
Thank you for all you do each and every day. We are grateful for her teachers! And Tom Thumb! Sincerely, The G Family
Dear Mrs. Brophy,
I don’t have enough room on this card to write all of the wonderful things about you, your school and your staff. Over the past 5+ years, you have done such a great job keeping my children safe, happy, and well educated. I am proud to say that my family of four are all Tom Thumb graduates. We truly cherish all the hard work and dedication to the children in your care and especially after such a trying year and a half, you always found a way to ensure that our children could still enjoy school and celebrate milestones safely.
My only regret is that I don’t have a third child so we could continue our time at your exceptional school. You are all so appreciated and I am so glad you were in my children’s lives.
I hope this finds everyone well. I have been struggling with the right words to express what Isabella’s three years with you and your teachers have meant to us, especially to her. Last night gave me the right words. Around 9:15, she came downstairs to find us watching 100,000 Pyramid. I decided to let her stay to watch a few minutes before bringing her back up. I explained the game to her and decided to try to play with her. In true 4-year-old fashion, she wanted to go first. This is how the conversation went.
Isabella: I want to go first. Soap, a tree, a dinosaur Mommy: Things in Isabella’s head
(we laugh) Mommy: Now it’s my turn. A circle, a square, a triangle, a rectangle…Things that are ______ ( I was expecting her to say shape) Isabella: Symmetrical
My husband and I were floored by her response. This is a true testament to what all of your teachers have done for her. Isabella is truly prepared for her next chapter. If she could take Mrs. Cichetti in her pocket to Kindergarten, she would. Thank you again for all that you have done for our girl. You got one more coming!
I just wanted to express our sincere appreciation of what you and your staff did for the graduation celebration. It was absolutely perfect. Gino truly enjoyed his three years at Tom Thumb and will miss all of his teachers and friends. You’ve made beautiful memories that will last a lifetime for him.
I hope you all have a relaxing safe and happy summer and we will see you in the fall when little brother starts ThumBelina!