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In honor of Veterans Day, children used their creative skills to say “thank you” to our local heroes. Students from each classroom selected a special art project and sent their masterpieces off to the Dayton VA Medical Center. Veterans received the gift, along with a heartfelt letter of gratitude and appreciation. We are so grateful for the courageous men and women who have served our country!
Happy Birthday, U.S. Air Force! With many of our Primrose families connected to the military, we wanted to mark this special milestone. Our children hosted a red, white and blue Gatorade drive benefiting the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base USO Center. We kept everyone hydrated in patriotic style. Students also decorated our halls with handmade patriotic crafts and sang “Happy Birthday” while enjoying a beautiful cake decorated with the Air Force logo. To top off the celebration, we handed out red, white and blue treats to parents at pick-up. We are extremely grateful for our Primrose families, as well as all of the men and women who serve in the Air Force!
The big day is almost here!
Congratulations to the Kunk family for being our May Family of the Month! The Kunk family has been with us since August of 2016 and are a part of our Preschool Pathways and Pre-Kindergarten 1 Classrooms. We appreciate all you contribute to Primrose and we are happy to have you as a part of our school!
Now enrolling for 2019-2020 Private Kindergarten! Call 937.429.3800 for more details!
A day that celebrates moms is a perfect reason to cuddle up with your child and a good story.
Often, my 2-year-old spends more awake time with her teachers than with me (#workingmomproblems).
You’ve heard the adage mother knows best. So why do parents choose Primrose?
Children who participate in physical education programs are likely to become active, healthy adults.
Does your child tell crazy fibs? Many parents of preschool-age children are concerned when their child starts to tell lies, but this is normal!