Reston, VA --(PR.com)-- Abrakadoodle conducts annual surveys of its principals and educational directors at community locations offering Abrakadoodle art and creativity programs throughout the U.S. The 2010 results are in and more than 90-percent of Abrakadoodle's customers are "Satisfied" with a vast majority being 'Highly Satisfied" with Abrakadoodle's programs. Abrakadoodle seeks feedback from a large sampling of educational administrators at host schools and community locations to ensure that the program meets the highest standards. Survey results have been superior year-over-year.
Rosemarie Hartnett, Co-founder and President of Abrakadoodle remarked, "We are so enthusiastic about the consistently excellent results from our survey, which clearly reflects the system-wide passion for children's art education, as well as the dependable delivery of high quality programs. This is quite an accomplishment."
Mary Rogers, M.Ed., award-winning Co-founder & CEO of Abrakadoodle, commented, "During challenging economic times, we observe that many schools and community education providers are forced to cut back on beneficial enrichment programs, which in turn causes more intense scrutiny to deliver quality programs. I am particularly heartened by our outstanding customer satisfaction rating."
Abrakadoodle ranked "Above Average" in every category: customer service, professionalism, quality of programs, understanding customers' needs, teaching staff, value and responsiveness. Nearly 90-percent of Abrakadoodle's customers would recommend the program. More than 100 school principals and program administrators wrote in such positive comments as, "The Abrakadoodle program connects with the kids. I have seen the relationship grow as the years pass, as well as the improvement of the kids' art work grow as well," submitted by Joel Rivera, Branch Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Capistrano Valley: Aliso Viejo, California. According to Judith Kissell, principal of Farnsworth Elementary in Utah, "The kids love the program. The staff is professional, knowledgeable and enthusiastic." Rose Magrann, Head of School, Friends Academy of Westampton, NJ writes: "The Abrakadoodle staff members are always positive, accessible and flexible to our needs. The children love the activities." Rebecca Defrancesco, Recreation & Facilities Supervisor of the Bloomingdale Park District in Illinois comments, "Offers great classes."
Abrakadoodle is an international art education franchise that delivers comprehensive art classes, camps, workshops, in-school field trips, birthday parties and special events. Offering a broad palette of art forms, styles and techniques about a wide array of classic and contemporary artists that teach art history and vocabulary in its creativity-boosting programs, Abrakadoodle meets and exceeds national and state standards for art education. Abrakadoodle brings its award-winning art programs into schools and community sites around the country by providing a multi-arts curriculum, a trained art teacher and safe nontoxic art materials. Classes are designed for preschool and school age children. In addition to its integrated instructional program, Abrakadoodle also offers highly regarded art enrichment classes, after school programs, in-school field trips, as well as engaging vacation and summer camp programs and many types of special events. The company is celebrating its eighth year of offering creative art programs for preschool and school age children.
Abrakadoodle was co-founded in 2002 by award-winning educator/franchise developer Mary Rogers, MA.Ed, and children's services franchising expert Rosemarie Hartnett, CFE. Abrakadoodle is the most comprehensive art education company of its kind, offering extensive visual arts classes, in-school field trips, after school programs, workshops, camps, parties and events for preschool and school age children. The magic behind Abrakadoodle is the creative energy between a child and his/her art materials inspired by a well-trained teacher. Abrakadoodle uses safe, high quality Crayola® art materials and other superior products and supplies in its programs. The imaginative curriculum is developed by artists and educators and exceeds state and national standards for visual arts education.