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The Bedards moved to Ohio in 2011. Alex is a Captain in the Air Force, an emergency medicine physician at Wright Patterson AFB, an assistant professor of emergency medicine in the Wright State EM residency program. He also volunteers as medical support for the Montgomery County SWAT team. Alex is scheduled to deploy to Afghanistan later this month for a six-month tour. MK is a third year law student at the University of Dayton School of Law. She is a Publication Editor for the UDSL Law Review and, in her role as the institution’s McGreal Fellow, prepares weekly lesson plans to help guide 1Ls through their first year of law school. Their oldest, Nora, is 3 years old and has been enrolled at Primrose since May, 2016. Nora’s favorite pastimes include trips to the library and the park, singing and dancing, and all things Julie Andrews. She has a huge heart and an inquisitive mind. Nora became a big sister on July 10, when the family welcomed baby boy, Harrison (“Harry”). Nora and Harry also have an older, furrier brother, Ben Kenobi (the family’s 4 year old Golden Retriever). We (MK and Alex) began looking into preschools last spring. We wanted to start socializing Nora with other kids before Harry’s arrival. Our research, interviews, and tours stopped after we met Kristine on our visit at Primrose. The facilities are beautiful and the staff is qualified and inviting; we knew we had found a fit for Nora. Our confidence was solidified on day one, when we received Nora’s first daily report – a true reflection of the staff’s attentiveness and care. We love talking to Nora about her days: from snacks and stories to Spanish vocabulary and science projects. We appreciate all of the knowledge and relationship skills that Primrose imparts on Nora and, in turn, our entire family.
Regardless of the type of disaster or emergency, there are essential items and supplies that your family will need to have easy access to. Learn more about creating an emergency supplies kit.
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Preparation is key when it comes to navigating emergencies – it’s important that each family member knows exactly what to do if a scary situation occurs. Use this "Spot the Difference" activity to begin the discussion with your child.
Learn how an ICE card Teach your child the importance of having an ICE card (In Case of Emergency) with this fun activity.
Safety is a top priority at Primrose. Helping young children understand emergencies and how to be prepared for them is extremely important. That’s why we’ve teamed up with national partner Save the Children®, the national leader in child-focused emergency preparedness and response, again this year to promote its Get Ready. Get Safe. initiative.
It's a fact: children learn better when they are engaged. That's why purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers are key components of Balanced Learning. See how this time-tested approach with a strong emphasis on life skills and character development can help your child develop and excel.