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Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Way to go, PSPH! Thank you for your generosity!
Thank you to our sponsors, our families and the PSPH staff for joining together to raise over $10,000 for Vogel Alcove and Primrose Children's Foundation at our 2nd Annual Spring Fling! We all had a great time at our Fiesta!
It's never too early to start preparing for lifelong success, especially when skills like teamwork, self-control and adaptability can be taught at a young age.
Every year, families and communities participate in Primrose Promise events, including Spring Fling, to raise money for local charities and the Primrose Children’s Foundation®, our not-for-profit organization that supports initiatives advocating for children in the greatest need. I am excited to announce that Primrose School of Preston Hollow contributed to a record-breaking national total of $721,800 donated to local charities and our Primrose Children’s Foundation with a donation of $5,343.00 in 2016. Primrose School of Preston Hollow also chose to donate $5,343.00 to Vogel Alcove in our local community. Contact us today to learn more about becoming a sponsor or attending our 2017 Spring Fling on Friday, April 28 to benefit Vogel Alcove and the Primrose Children's Foundation.
We are currently enrolling our Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten programs for the 2017-18 school year, with limited opportunities for immediate placement.
Keep an eye out for these common milestones when it comes to your child’s musical development.
The past 2 years have been nothing short of amazing! We are so proud of the beautiful community you all have built around loving these children well and we are beyond thankful to do life with such wonderful families and our dedicated team. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!
With all of the snack options and new items in grocery stores, choosing healthy food for kids can sometimes seem a little overwhelming. Read more about smart snacking for families in this post: Healthy Doesn't Have to Be Hard!
Delicious no matter how you roll it.
Our generous students, families, and staff are at it again! This month we've collected and donated many items from the ongoing list of daily needs and today we were able to deliver these gifts to be shared in the Vogel Alcove Holiday Store. Thank you PSPH families and team for your generosity!
Congratulations to our Primrose School of Preston Hollow families on a successful Caring & Giving food drive! Our food drive raised over 1,000 items, a total of 820 pounds of food for the North Texas Food Bank which will provide access to 683 meals for chronically hungry children, families and seniors in need in North Texas!
Dr. Lynn Wonders walks through how to make “please” and “thank you” permanent fixtures in your child’s vocabulary.
At Primrose School of Preston Hollow our Thanksgiving Feast is an annual tradition celebrating our wonderful community of children, families, teachers and leaders we do life with every day.
Today is a big day for our country and for the students at Primrose! Remember to check our Facebook Page for Election Results!
Your child may not be ready to swim yet, but Dr. Steve Sanders walks through some steps to help familiarize them with water.
Giving and gratitude go hand in hand! We're looking forward to several great opportunities for our community to give back this season. That's Balanced Learning at Primrose School of Preston Hollow.
This family friendly fall festival was a huge hit with our Primrose students, our Primrose families, and the whole community!
It's a fact: children learn better when they are engaged. That's why purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers are key components of Balanced Learning. See how this time-tested approach with a strong emphasis on life skills and character development can help your child develop and excel.
In emergency situations, young children must be able to identify firemen, police officers, nurses, and other community helpers. This week in our Balanced Learning Curriculum, we have the opportunity to meet several community helpers from right here in our own community.
Step to it and join along! For the next week, we’re teaming up with Save the Children to make emergency preparedness fun and engaging for your child. See the Prep Step in action. #GetReadyGetSafe