Primrose School of La Vista

Introduction

Welcome to
Primrose Schools®

Our teachers and caregivers are chosen for their passion for helping children achieve their full potential. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning® approach in action.

Our Vision

Primrose Students
Tend to Outperform
Their Peers.

Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.

Franchise Owners

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Joe and Theresa Thibodeau

Latest News

  • Back to School Night 2017

    Parents, Mark your calendars! Back to School Night will be held on Thursday, August 17th, 2017 from 6:30pm to 7:15pm. You are invited to come meet your child's new teachers, learn more about your child's classroom and what to expect for the new school year! We can't wait to see you all there!

  • Fall Staff In-Service Day

    Parents, Please make note that Primrose School of La Vista will be closed on Friday, August 11th for a teacher in-service day. This day will be filled valuable training that our team members will receive to enhance the classroom experience for your children.

  • How to Teach Manners to Preschoolers

    Dr. Lynn Wonders walks through how to make “please” and “thank you” permanent fixtures in your child’s vocabulary.

  • First Week of Summer Adventure Club

    Our summer has gotten off to a great start here at Primrose School of La Vista! Our Explorers class went on three field trips this week! First, they enjoyed going on a hike and picnic at Mahoney State Park, then they followed that up with venturing through the Wildlife Safari Park! They ended their week's field trips at the Lincoln Children's Zoo! What an awesome way to kick off a summer full of adventures!

  • Spring Fling 2017

    Primrose School of La Vista can't wait for our annual Spring Fling event Friday, April 28th!! Please remember that our school will be closing at 5:30pm so that everyone can join in the fun! Our guests are encouraged to get cozy and bring pillows and blankets from home, as well as letting the children wear their pajamas to our 'Family Movie Night' themed fundraiser! We are excited to see all of the families there and see how much we can raise for the Tri-City Food Pantry and the Primrose Children's Foundation! If anyone has any questions regarding Spring Fling 2017, please contact a member of the leadership team!

  • Swimming –When to Start?

    Your child may not be ready to swim yet, but Dr. Steve Sanders walks through some steps to help familiarize them with water.

  • Easter Egg Hunt

    We didn't let a little rain stop us from celebrating Easter at Primrose School of La Vista! There was a short break in the downpour, so we took advantage and went outside for our Easter Egg Hunt! The kids were super happy to see all of the eggs that the Easter Bunny had left for us!

  • Spring Hat Parade

    Primrose School of La Vista hosted a Spring Hat Parade on Friday, April 7th! The event was a huge success as parents gathered around to watch their children show off their creative hats that each of the classrooms designed. There's no better way to celebrate Spring!

  • 6 Easy Summer Dinner Recipes

    Bookmark these easy dinner recipes for those summer nights when you're in a pinch!

  • Read Across America Day!

    Primrose School of La Vista had the best time celebrating Read Across America Day! Our Spirit week was fun filled and marked the ending of our Og's Bountiful Book Drive! Our School collected an amazing 149 books that are being donated to the La Vista library! Thanks to everyone who contributed!

  • Patterns in Small Group Math

    During the small group math activity, our preschoolers learned about patterns! They used stickers to make their very own patterns and discussed what a pattern was, how their pattern repeats, and what colors they used!

  • Summer Reading List to Keep Young Minds Active

    Summer is the perfect time to start a parent-child book club. Here are some books to kickstart your list.

  • Og's Bountiful Book Drive

    This month, Primrose School of La Vista is celebrating literacy and giving back with Og's Bountiful Book Drive! This event is going on from now, until Read Across America Day on March 2nd! We would like to encourage all of you bring in new or gently used books and we will be donating them to the La Vista Library! We are excited to see how many books will be donated!

  • Simple Tools and Machines

    This week at Primrose School of LaVista, during our Simple Tools and Machines theme, our Early Preschool class is breaking out their tool kits and are helping their teachers "fix" items in their classroom! They are really working hard!

  • Should You Be Sneaking Veggies Into Your Toddler’s Diet?

    Nutrition expert Ann Dunaway Teh offers options for parents on both sides of the debate.

  • Air and Space Exploration!

    During our Air and Space Exploration theme, Primrose School of LaVista's Toddlers had a terrific time decorating their very own telescopes to look up at the stars and the moon! They are the cutest group of astronauts around!

  • Primrose School of LaVista Anniversary

    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!

  • Snacktivities: Banana Split Bites

    Try This Delicious (and Healthy!) Twist on A Classic Dessert

  • PSOLV donates to the 94.1 Diaper Drive!

    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!

  • Caring and Giving Food Drive Totals

    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!

We'd love for your family to meet ours.