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Parents come join our students from Preschool to Kindergarten as we hold our annual Celebrating Cultures Event! Throughout the month of September we have been learning about Alike and Different. We end the month with a parade where the students can wear or carry something that represents their cultural heritage. Myself and Jim & Isobel while we are American Citizens are not originally from here. We were all born in Scotland. So each year we bring a little of our cultural heritage to the parade as we invite Pipe Major Robert Richardson to play his bagpipes for the event. He will come in full Scottish dress sporting his kilt and sporran! Parents of younger children are invited to still come and bring their younger students out to watch the event. If you have never heard bagpipes it is an experience!!! Pipe Major Robert Richardson is always willing to stay to take pictures with families as long as he does not have a funeral to play in honor of a fallen soldier.
Our Fundraiser selling yummy treats that are great for parties and the holidays begins Tuesday September 4th. Sell to coworkers and friends. Just remember all items will be delivered to the school and will need to be picked up on the delivery date as the school will not have enough freezer and fridge space for any items not picked up. All money raised will be donated to Mission Arlington to help local families in need.
In celebration of Working Parents Day, Primrose Schools took on parent guilt and surprised five moms..
Our Balanced Learning® approach nurtures curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion. This helps spark lightbulb moments that lead to a lifelong love of learning.
Sleep while the baby sleeps. Use special swaddles. Try white noise.
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