Hi, my name is Mrs. Goff and I am the lead teacher in the Young Infants classroom. I love working with young infants - their rapid growth and curiosity is such a delight! I live with my husband, and we have a daughter who is currently attending college in Dallas. I am honored to be trusted with your little ones!
Hello, I am the lead teacher in the older infant classroom. I love and enjoy every single baby that comes into our class. It's so great being able to watch them grow and develop. Seeing their happy, joyful faces always makes my day! I love knowing they are having fun being their funny unique self. I look forward to continuing their growth and helping them become successful little ones!
My name is Ms. Ortiz! I love to walk into work everyday and see my Toddlers so happy to see me. They keep me on my toes nonstop but I love watching them grow and learning new things every single day. My position is very important to me and I care for these children as if they were my own family. I can’t wait to experience so many new things and watch all the babies succeed in the Toddler classroom.
My name is Ms. Hunt and I am the Lead teacher of the Early Pre-School 1 program at Primrose School of Castle Hills. I have worked at Primrose as an Assistant Teacher for over four years. I enjoy working with this age group and seeing how I can create a difference in their daily lives. I look forward to meeting you and your child very soon!
I graduated with a bachelors and minor degree from the Texas Woman's University. I have always worked with children whether it was teaching or coaching, so I am truly grateful to be working for such an amazing school with wonderful children and families. Being a teacher for Primrose has been an amazing opportunity that will benefit me in the long run and I look forward to meeting your little ones!
Hello, my name is Mrs. Saha and I am the lead teacher in the Preschool 1 classroom. I have been teaching for many years, first in my home country of Bangladesh and now for the Primrose School of Castle Hills. Teaching is my passion; I love watching children learn and grow right before my very eyes. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my husband and daughter. I look forward to learning more about your family!
Hello, my name is Mrs. Levingston and I was born and raised in Louisiana. I began my career in education working as a paraprofessional and substitute teacher for five years. I have been teaching at the Primrose School of Castle Hills for over ten years in the Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten classes. Previously I taught at other area preschools for four years. I am a proud parent of a daughter who attends UNT. I love working with children and am always looking for new ways to inspire the best in them.
My name is Ms. Lovato and I love working at Primrose School of Castle Hills because I enjoy being a teacher. I started back in 2015 as an assistant teacher for Preschool, then for the fall of 2020 I was the Lead Teacher for the virtual elementary students.Now I enjoy being the lead teacher for Pre-Kindergarten.I love teaching children and helping them develop their academic and social skills. I graduated with my associate’s degree of arts in teaching EC-6 and this fall I will continue with my bachelor’s in education.
Hello, my name is Mrs. Evans and I teach the Pre-Kindergarten 2 class. I graduated from Texas Southern University with my Bachelor of Science. I feel fortunate to work with children, they bring joy to my heart every day. I want to thank the wonderful staff and friends here at Primrose School of Castle Hills for making it easy to come to work every day. I would also like to thank the lovely parents for showing us daily how much they appreciate us.
I have been a teacher for more than 35 years now, and love working with children. I am blessed to have been a part of the Primrose Castle Hills family since 2002. I enjoy sharing your child’s learning experience and seeing them grow every day. I hope to continue teaching and sharing the importance of a great educational foundation. Thank you!
My name is Patricia Conlin and I’d like to introduce myself as the new kindergarten teacher at Primrose School of Castle Hills. I am excited to join the talented staff at Primrose and make this a rewarding year for your child!
I earned my B.A. in education and psychology and my M.A. in special education from San Francisco State University. In addition, I have teaching credentials in both general and bilingual education. Throughout my career, I have taught in a wide variety of classrooms, including general education, deaf education, and bilingual settings. I have worked with a variety of ages from infancy to fifth grade. My years of experience have equipped me with the ability to adapt the curriculum to meet the unique educational needs of each student.
My personal teaching philosophy aligns closely with Primrose’s commitment to the development of the whole child -- as stated in their belief that “who children become is as important as what they know”. It is important to recognize the value of social and emotional development as well as academic growth and provide classroom opportunities for their development. Curiosity, perseverance and relationship skills are as critical to our success as our academic competence.
I love teaching children in the early years of their education and being a guide on their journey of discoveries. It is amazing to watch a child as he or she slowly begins to recognize how many ways we use numbers in our lives, to help them make connections to storybook characters or share their observations of nature. It is satisfying to see children progress from writing their names to writing about their experiences. And after thirty years of teaching, the magic of hearing a child read his or her first book remains uniquely special.
I believe you are an invaluable part of your child’s learning. Keeping a flow of positive and productive communication between us will assist me in creating a happy and successful Kindergarten year for your child.
I look forward to meeting you and your child in the coming weeks! Please feel free to come up and introduce yourself. You may schedule a time to meet with me before or after class and you may also reach me via Primrose email.
Hello! My name is Mr. Cardona and I am the Lead After School Explorers teacher. I'm beyond grateful to be with these children because each day they come in with new stories and sometimes they even teach me something new! It has been an amazing experience with the Explorer’s I look forward to creating new memories together and I am looking forward to a great school year.
My name is Chef Nicholas Thomas! I am honored to become a part of the Primrose School of Castle Hills family! I am from Jackson, MS. Cooking has always been my passion and I knew I wanted to pursue a career in the culinary field. I attended and graduated from Hinds Community College where I obtained a degree in Culinary Arts in 2015. After graduating I started my own business as a private caterer, which later led my wife and I to purchase and operate our own food truck. One year later, we opened a small restaurant that we operated for a few months before COVID and everything shut down. My wife and I decided it was time to move, so I moved my family to Texas. We have two beautiful daughters who attend school here and I am looking forward to getting to know everyone!
Tom and Priscilla Chow are the proud owners of the Primrose School of Castle Hills. They started out as parents with their first son, Max, enrolled in the young infant classroom. They fell in love with the school's teachers, academic philosophy, and curriculum—so much so, they purchased the school in 2004.
In their roles as both parents and owners, they focused intently on providing the very best for all the children at their school. Their philosophy is "A building doesn't make a school, teachers do. At the heart of any school is the staff.” Properly hiring, training, and developing teachers is one of their key focuses. One of the direct results of their philosophy is consistency. That is why the average lead teacher tenure is over 6 years- an amazing number for the industry.
From an academic perspective, the Chows encourage children to be life-long learners and develop an early love of reading. In 2011, they introduced to schools nationwide the "Book of the Month" program. The program is simple. Every child, every month, receives a complimentary new book to add to their home library. Some children graduate the Primrose School of Castle Hills with over 60 books!
In 2012, the Chows received the Primrose President's Award. This award is only given every two years to the best Primrose School in the nation. Primrose has also awarded the Primrose School of Castle Hills the designation of a Training School to train new directors and owners who enter the Primrose system.
In 2015, the Chows were honored to be asked by the Texas Childcare Licensing department to be a model school for their new state licensing reps. They were chosen because of the school’s years of consistent high scores on every unannounced visit.
The Chows are actively involved in the school and continue to look for new ways to provide the best in early childhood education.