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Parent readers, dress up contests and even "Green Eggs and Ham" made for a fantastic celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday! Thank you to all of our parent volunteers!
Thank you to all of our generous Primrose families for making our annual Book Drive a success!
How do you raise a happy and confident girl? One father shares his valuable lessons.
Read below to learn more about the Merrill family!
Please join us for our annual Spring Carnival at the Primrose School at Westerre Commons. We will have Pony and tr...
Graduating to the potty is stressful. Here's how you can make it successful.
We are excited to have been voted a "Family Favorites" winner in 3 categories this year. We were voted first place in the Favorite Daycare Category, first place in the Favorite Afterschool program Category, and second place in Favorite Annual School Event for our annual Spring Fling. Thank you to all of our families for their support!
We are honored to have received this award again this year. We want to thank our Primrose parents for their support and for voting us "The Best"!
The Winter Games are finally here, and present an excellent opportunity for children to see countries and cultures from around the world come together and compete in exciting sporting events.
Our Primrose children spent several weeks in November and December working together to help those in need. Read below to learn more about our Penny Pail project.
We are honored to be a sponsor of the Toys for Tots Toy Run this year.
Save these fun crafts and activities for a rainy day.
We had so much fun having all of our Primrose Families join us for an early Thanksgiving lunch. The children had so much fun decorating their classrooms and talking about everything they are thankful for.
We live in a fast world. Sometimes teaching a child to solve problems is as easy as slowing down.
More broccoli please," said no child ever. Until now.
There’s a reason for the phrase the terrible twos. We’ve all seen a toddler meltdown happen – in the checkout line, at the dinner table or in the toy aisle.