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We volunteered at the WZPL Make-A-Wish Request-A-Thon again this year with our sister school! We answered phones to take donations and then announced our Primrose West Fishers and Primrose Fishers Station Make-A-Wish pledge of $20,000!!!! We are ready to gear up for all of the events leading up to our annual Spring Fling and hope to hit our goal again this year!
Space is limited, so call (317)579-9510 today to register!
This January, celebrate peace and teach your child about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of many colors coming together with a fun and simple craft!
Our school, along with our sister school, Primrose Fishers Station, received the honor of becoming a part of the Chris Greicius society at the 2017 Make-A-Wish Big Wish Gala! This honor is given to individuals and organizations who collectively raise over $100,000 for Make-A-Wish! Our owners, Kimberly Kohl and Alan Adams, our West Fishers director, Becca Horan, and our Fishers Station director, Abby Steffen, represented our two schools at the Gala!
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Kids’ birthday parties are a lot of fun, but they can also bring a lot of stress for parents.
As a mom, the most accurate statement about parenting I’ve heard is that once you finally feel like you’ve figured things out, everything changes.
Be confident that you are doing a great job and #LetGuiltGo
What if you were able to take a glimpse into your child’s classroom to see what he ate for lunch, when he needed a diaper change, how long he napped, what he learned and how he’s interacting with his classmates?
It’s no secret – we live in a world increasingly dependent on technology.