The Primrose School of La Vista will open at 9:00am Tuesday January 17, 2017 due to the icy roads.
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We had a great time celebrating Primrose School of LaVista's 3rd Anniversary! The children loved getting to dress up for our spirit week and everyone enjoyed a piece of cake on Friday!
Primrose School of LaVista is so blessed to not only have been able to donate generously to the Tri-City Food Pantry with our Canned Food Drive, which provided 1,417 meals, but also to have raised enough money to donate 4,600 diapers to the 94.1 Diaper Drive benefiting the Lydia House. It was great to see Jeff Degan, Big Party, and Molly braving the cold for this important cause. Big shout out to our families for their contributions which will be truly impactful to our community! This holiday season, our hearts are full of love and appreciation!
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Primrose School of LaVista provides donations to the Tri-City Food Pantry! The Tri-City Food Pantry provides support to the Ralston, Papillion, and LaVista communities. The students provided 1,700 pounds of food that will provide 1,417 meals to the local community!
During the month of November, Primrose School of LaVista is hosting our annual Caring and Giving Food Drive. The children can donate non-perishable food items, or even do chores at home to raise money for the cause. They are loving being able to chart the progress of their generosity!
Election Day for Primrose School of LaVista will be on Tuesday, November 1st. Will it be Percy or Billy?
We are having so much fun getting to know our new friends and exploring our new classrooms!
We are having so much fun this week digging for Dinosaur bones, painting fossils, and reading our favorite Dino stories!
This week we have been learning all about the Wild West with Western Round Up week. We have Cowboys and Cowgirls on the lookout for our WANTED students; rewards will be granted! We've had so much fun riding wagons, creating sand art, and even getting to eat snacks and sing songs by the campfires.
Welcome to our Castle! This week we are learning all about Kings, Queens, and Knights. We've had fun creating our own crowns, preparing royal feasts in dramatic play, and exploring hidden jewels and treasures.
Picnics, insects, and bird nests!! That's what's In My Backyard.. Our students are investigating their own backyards this week. What can you find in yours?
Last week our students explored the Jungle! We walked our jungle animals through paint and marched them across our papers, designed our own safari vests, and hopped into our Jeeps for some real life Safari action. What was your student's favorite activity during Jungle week?
A great big THANK YOU to all our Fathers who were able to join us Friday morning for Donuts for Dads! We loved seeing the aprons already being worn on the way out the doors. We hope you had a wonderful weekend!
Our Young Toddler class is getting their hands dirty in the Primrose Patch this week. We can't wait to see our Sunflowers grow!
So much to do in the desert this week! Our students have been exploring Cactus Country in their classrooms as we experiment with snakes, lizards, and sand in the sensory tables, jump around to the Sun Shine Hop, and create our own spiny cacti in art. Ask me about Splash Day today, too.. Even cowboys need water breaks!