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Primrose students, families and invited guests are invited to join us on Saturday, September 30th, for a Family Appreciation Movie Night at Dr. Pepper Ballpark, home of the Frisco RoughRiders! Parents should have received an email this past weekend to RSVP, but if you haven't already, go to www.ridersbaseball.com/primrosemovienight to RSVP. The movie "Sing" will be the feature attraction; gates open at 5:30 pm for fun activities such as green screen photos, airbrush tattoos, the RoughRiders accuracy throw and the Primrose Schools Playground. The movie will begin at approximately 7 pm! Popcorn will be provided while supplies last, and food and drink concessions will be available for purchase! Please note that outside food and beverages are prohibited, as are coolers and lawn chairs. We hope to see you there!
Ready for a menu change? Here's what to expect.
Who knew that September 18th is national Rice Krispies Treat Day? Rice Krispies Treats were invented in 1939 by Malitta Jensen and Mildred Day at the Kellogg Company Home economics department as a fund raiser for Camp Fire Girls. Students enjoyed a treat on the way out of school ... and for many, this was their very first rice krispies treat! And take a look at the old black and white commercial ... remember Snap, Pop and Crackle?
Who knew that August 31st is National Trail Mix Day! Parents and students are welcome to enjoy a sample of our "Back-to-School" No Nut Trail mix on the way out. Here's the recipe: Pretzel Sticks M&Ms (Substitute Chocolate Chips to ensure nut free) Vanilla Chocolate Covered Raisins (Substitute Yogurt Covered Blueberries, White Chocolate Chips & Raisins to ensure nut free) Scrabble Letter Cheese-Its (Hard to find … check Walmart Supercenter) Chocolate Chex Mix
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Students enjoyed mini cupcakes at pick up to celebrate our Primrose Pal Peanut's birthday!
AdvancED evaluation team gives Primrose East Allen score that ties highest AdvancED evaluator has ever given!
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East Allen Parents Who are Police Officers.... Thank you for all that you do every day! Please stop by the front office this evening for a special treat!
Primrose East Allen kids and families provided generous donations this holiday season that were donated to Toys for Tots at the RoughRiders Dr. Pepper stadium in Frisco. Primrose East Allen joined forces with 7 other local Primrose Schools -- making a difference in our community! A very special thank you to all of our parents for making this charitable event such a success and teaching our students the importance of giving back to our community!
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.
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Recycling in our classrooms is a fun game of saving and sorting. Primrose friend Megy helps our students keep count of cans, bottles and paper.
We believe that learning is more fun when imaginations run wild. Discover four activities on our Pointers for Parents blog to extend learning through play at home: http://bit.ly/1q0ydkv
In PreSchool land Dr. Seuss' March 2nd birthday is a very big deal! In addition to dressing up all week with crazy socks and hair, students enjoyed a Pinterest-inspired Dr. Seuss snack at the end of the day with each of the ingredients representing a different Dr. Seuss book!
Who doesn't love king cake for Mardis Gras? (minus the small plastic characters which would be a choking hazard!). Students enjoyed Ms. Juanita's pancake lunch and sample king cake at the end of the day to kick off the festive season.
Happy Chinese New Year -- the year of the Rooster! Teaching students about other cultures and traditions inspires curiosity and helps teach acceptance and cultural understanding, preparing our students to become future leaders. And who wouldn't like a surprise red envelope filled with gold chocolate coins? The red envelope symbolizes good luck and as well wards off evil spirits.