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Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Ms. Reham Albdallah is our October Apple of Our Eye! Ms. Albdallah has been working with our Pre-Kindergarten students for almost two years and is truly an amazing teacher. Ms. A (as the students call her) is pursuing her B.S. degree in Elementary Education from Emporia State University and will be graduating in May 2019. In her spare time, Ms. A enjoys playing video games with her fiancée and playing with her pet parrot. Her favorite quote is "Choose a job you love, you never have to work a day in your life." Teaching and being around children of all ages makes Ms. A happy. She never feels like she is coming to work and that kind of happiness makes her love her job here at Primrose even more!
James, Melissa and Addison (2) Grosser are our October Family of the Month! The Grosser family has been attending our school for a year where Addison has grown so much! Addison is a big fan of animals so they love going to the zoo and to Deanna Rose. They enjoy swimming, playing at the park and reading books. Addison's favorite meal is biscuits and gravy. Her mommy and Grammy make it home made and she would eat it at every meal if she could! Thank you James and Melissa for entrusting us with your most prized possession! We look forward to watching Addison continue to grow with us!
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to early learning, and all of the different options for your little one may seem overwhelming.
Fall is the season that helps your little one’s imagination run wild!
You never realize how important alone time and a good night’s sleep are until you don’t have them.
In celebration of Working Parents Day, Primrose Schools took on parent guilt and surprised five moms..
Back-to-school season means an exciting new chapter for your little one with new classrooms, and most importantly, new teachers!
Sleep while the baby sleeps. Use special swaddles. Try white noise.