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The Primrose School of Florham Park will be holding its Annual Spring Fling Charity Event on Saturday, April 28th, from 11am-2pm. Please join us for some wonderful Family Fun, as we raise awareness and support for two worthwhile charities including: The Primrose Children's Foundation and also for Microtia and Atresia Awareness, in honor of one of our wonderful student's, Allison Mitchell. Allison is one of many children, who are born with Microtia and Atresia. Allison is doing amazing thanks to the help of wonderful foundations and support groups like The Ear Community. This Foundation has assisted The Mitchell Family and other families, just like theirs, to find the best resources, doctors, treatments and options to help Allison develop and thrive. They also provide support and guidance to families who feel lost due to a lack of public knowledge of Microtia and Atresia. Our goal is to inform the community about Microtia & Atresia and to share information to families that may need a group to assist and guide them, in a journey to just like The Mitchells. Allison is a smart and funny little girl who loves school and learning. She is an inspiration to all of us. You can help support this wonderful cause in honor of Allison, simply, by having fun with your family at Our Spring Fling Charity event. We hope to see you all there! If you would like more information on Microtia & Atresia, please check out the Ear Community online. http://www.earcommunity.org/
We would like to congratulate, “The Lund Family” for being named, “March’s Family of the Month.” The Lund Family has been part of The Primrose School of Florham Park’s Family since January of 2017. We are so grateful for their support of our school and appreciate that they have entrusted their beautiful sons education and care to us. We asked Genriyetta Lund to share a little bio about her wonderful family and a short summary about her experience with our school thus far. This is what she had to say:
How do you raise a happy and confident girl? One father shares his valuable lessons.
We would like to congratulate Ms. Carolyn Russo for being named, “March’s Apple of Our Eye!” Ms. Russo is the Support Teacher for our Early Kindergarten Classroom at The Primrose School of Florham Park. She also assists to support our Preschool wing as needed. Ms. Russo joins us with over 16 years of experience working with children ranging from 5 years to 8 years of age. She has been a member of our Primrose School of Florham Park Family since October of 2016. Ms. Russo is a great asset to our school and a great mentor to our students. We are very lucky to have her. Congratulations Ms. Russo! You are The “Apple of Our Eye!” To Read more about Ms. Russo see below.
The Primrose School of Florham Park is an AdvancED Accredited School. AdvancED is a National Accreditation. AdvancED believes: The Future for childhood learning is Now. They believe: Educational systems must provide a rigorous and robust quality education to every learner, from all walks of life, in order to prepare them to succeed in a constantly-evolving and diverse world. Our advocacy work builds on a commitment to unleashing the potential in all learners by driving education improvement through innovative and continuous improvement practices. We are very proud to be an AdvancED Accreditted school!
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