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Our hearts are with those who have been affected by hurricane Florence. We are collecting donations of bottled water and toiletries to help the relief efforts. All donations will be delivered to the affected site through the Dayton Foodbank. Deadline for donations is Friday, October 5, 2018.
Primrose School of Centerville Yearly Calendar 2018-2019
In celebration of Working Parents Day, Primrose Schools took on parent guilt and surprised five moms..
Our Primrose parents are doing a great job! To celebrate Working Parents Day on September 16, we wanted to show our parents just how much we (and their children) appreciate them by creating heartfelt videos of our students thanking their moms and dads.
Thank you to Ms. Jessica Young for making all the children and families smile each day! You are an extremely important part of our school and we appreciate all that you do! Learn more about Ms. Jessica by viewing her Apple of Our Eye profile posted on the hallway bulletin board!
Sleep while the baby sleeps. Use special swaddles. Try white noise.
Our students are lending a helping hand to children who need it most. This back to school season we took part in the “Packs of Love” program. Students from our school along with students at Primrose School on Yankee stuffed backpacks full of school supplies and delivered them to the Centerville Public School District. The supplies will be given to give to students in the community who need a little help this school year.
Congratulations to our September Family of the Month! Thank you to the Yount family and all that you contribute to our school! Caroline is in our Explorer program, and Trey loves to play in Preschool 2 with all of his new friends. To learn more about our family of the month, please see our hallway bulletin board.
As summer is somehow already coming to an end, the reality (and stress) of back-to-school season is settling in.
Our Explorer students are learning about emergency preparedness with a little help from Firefighter Scott Henry with the Washington Township Fire Department! Mr. Henry paid a visit to our school to talk about fire safety as part of our Get Ready. Get Safe. Summer Adventure Club weekly theme. The Get Ready. Get Safe. Summer Adventure Club unit provides an opportunity for children to apply STEAM skills and concepts and to plan and brainstorm solutions to emergency relief and preparedness.
It’s no secret that life becomes more complicated once you have children.
Between the ages of 3 and 5, children reach many of the major milestones that are key to social-emotional and physical development.
Children are never too young to learn about the importance of helping others.