Delayed Opening - Thursday March 22, 2018 at 8:30 am
Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action
Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Our school consistently recruits qualified, teachable and dedicated individuals to take the lead in nurturing and educating children. Our Primrose school is the employer of choice for those who desire an opportunity to add value to the lives of others while doing something they love. Each new addition to our Primrose family has the opportunity to strengthen the message of why we do what we do, to reinforce how we make a difference and to expand our ability to serve more children and families. Just a few of the advantages of being part of our team include: • The opportunity to make a difference • A working environment where team members respect one another • A School Leadership Team that supports the professional and personal growth of the staff • Low student/teacher ratios • Clear expectations, necessary resources and support to meet children’s needs • Extensive training and opportunities for continual learning and development for staff
You remember dropping your little one off for their first day of school or child care.
I’ve never felt as inadequate, unprepared and terrified as I did in those first moments that I held my baby in my arms.
As a parent, I know it can be all too tempting to entertain your child with screen time.
The shift from preschool to kindergarten is a big milestone for any child. This huge step will be full of excitement, but it is also a time of new beginnings and routines. In the spirit of National Kindergarten Day, we asked three parents to share their secrets to success while their children were in kindergarten:
My daughter was a slow-to-warm-up baby and a well-behaved toddler. She never hit or pushed, but instead used her words — like the time she famously told me at age three, “Mommy, I don’t like the choices you’re choicing me.”
Play is a crucial part of the social, emotional and imaginative development of young children, but not all play is created equal!