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Collin Child Magazine has chosen Primrose Schools as the 2018 Best Preschool for Families - Moms & Babies! Thanks to all of our great current and former students & parents!
Putt Family here! We are Jonathan, Sarah, Spencer, Wyatt, and Sadie. We have been part of the Primrose Family since March of 2008. Sadie is a current student, while Spencer and Wyatt are alumni. Spencer is the oldest of the Putt children. He loves playing sports, especially baseball. His first sport was a t-ball team with his Primrose friends that this school sponsored. He went on to play soccer, and baseball, and he even tried football. Today he still plays baseball on a team with some of those same friends from Primrose. Next comes Wyatt. He somehow manages to be goofy, stubborn, loving, hilarious, sensitive, intellectual, aloof, caring, thoughtful, energetic, and ornery all at exactly the same time. It seems impossible, but with Wyatt nothing is impossible. Everybody seems to know Wyatt and has a story to tell about him. Even though he doesn’t attend Primrose anymore, he likes to check in from time to time to make sure his legacy abides. He keeps us all on our toes and smiles on our faces. Sadie is the youngest and the last of the Putt children to attend Primrose. She walks the halls with the extreme confidence that only comes from following behind older siblings. She has friends that were crib neighbors in the infant room, and ones she just met this year, all of whom she wants to hug before we can leave each afternoon. Jonathan and I both work in the financial industry. Jonathan works in Loan Servings at Barings Multifamily Capital and I work in Compliance at Civitas Capital Management. When we aren’t hard at work, we are hard at play. We are both runners, but while Jonathan loves the heat I prefer running when it is cold outside. I love camping and have managed to trick the family into believing that spending the weekend in tents is a vacation. Jonathan is a lifelong Houston Astros fan, and now we all look forward to the occasional Friday Night watching the Rough Riders during baseball season. We try to bring adventure and magic into everyday moments, and we try to show the children the extraordinary world around them. When we were looking for a daycare, we didn’t know what we were getting into. We chose this Primrose because it was close to home and it looked clean. We have stayed at this location because, even though some faces have changed over the years, it feels more like bringing the children to family than it does to dropping them off at a facility. I never feel like a line item on an income statement. I don’t feel like my children are just daily burdens for their teachers to endure. When I talk to the staff, it feels like I am talking to my friends and family. When my children run to greet their teachers, I see teachers that truly care. This is the first time in ten years we have been family of the month. I like to think that’s because the Putt Family has long been just another part of the nitty gritty of the place, and that like Wyatt, our legacy will continue past October and long after the last Putt has left the building.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to early learning, and all of the different options for your little one may seem overwhelming.
I was born and raised in Canada and currently live in McKinney, Texas. I have a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and spent 10 years teaching elementary school, before having children of my own. My husband and I have 2 amazing children. My daughter Ella is 12 years old and my son Mason is 10. When I'm not a school, I love to travel, read and spend time with my family and friends. On the weekends you can always find me cheering on my kiddos at their soccer, cheerleading and volleyball games. I am so grateful for the opportunity to work here at Primrose and to positively impact the lives of children.
Fall is the season that helps your little one’s imagination run wild!
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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.