Primrose will be closed all day April 19th for Good Friday
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.
Congratulations to the Robinsons for being our Family of the Month!! We appreciate all you contribute to Primrose and we are happy to have you as a part of our family! See below for the post from the parents. Meet the Robinsons! Emily and Katelyn (ages 3 and 1) and their parents Michael and Kristy love spending time together at home and going to the local park. We love visiting our extended family both near and far, and attending church where we worship. There, Emily and Katelyn love going to bible class. At Primrose, we appreciate the attentive care and support that the staff provide. Emily and Katelyn love their teachers, and their parents like the availability of the directors for any concerns and the flexibility of all the staff with food allergies.
Join us for our annual Spring Fling Carnival on Friday, April 26th from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm. This event is open to the public so grab your friends and neighbors to join in on the fun! See the front desk or call the school for additional event details. Pricing is available at the front desk. Hope to see you there.
Children who participate in physical education programs are likely to become active, healthy adults.
Be sure to check out our Facebook page and "like' us. Lots of fun information and photos will be posted. Only children whose parents have given permission on the photo release waiver will have their photos posted.
Does your child tell crazy fibs? Many parents of preschool-age children are concerned when their child starts to tell lies, but this is normal!
It’s no secret – establishing healthy eating habits in children is often easier said than done.
The challenges that preschoolers face, such as learning to take turns on the slide at recess, can sometimes seem miniscule to adults.
“She needs the pink sparkly one.” “Stop wrestling around with her like she’s a boy.” “That’s a boys’ toy.”
It’s no secret that bilingualism is becoming more common among today’s children.