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As first-time parents, we were very skeptical about the daycare experience and selecting the right facility for our 6 month-old son. After visiting several schools and drilling the staff with our long list of questions, we decided to go with Primrose at Park Crossing and we are so glad we did! From the very beginning, the teachers took such care and paid such wonderful attention to our son. Not knowing what we didn't know as new parents, the Primrose experience has guided us through so many significant milestones in our son's development. It provided the right structure and enforced/re-enforced the right behavioral and developmental traits that have made us believers in the daycare experience. We just had our 2nd, a baby girl, and no skepticism here; we will be taking her to Primrose at Park Crossing! Thank you, Dean & Kerry and the entire staff...you made us believers!
Jodi Reynolds is one of our Pre-K teachers and has been with us since September, 2009. She is originally from Charlotte, NC, and loves working with kids because she loves to watch them grow, explore, and become their own person. Everyday is an adventure and I like that I never know what the day will bring. Thank you, Ms. Jodi!
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