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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!
Between the ages of 3 and 5, children reach many of the major milestones that are key to social-emotional and physical development.
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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Children are never too young to learn about the importance of helping others.
STEAM-based learning is a hot topic in education – and for good reason! But what is STEAM? It stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.
The first day of school not only marks the start of another year of learning, but another special milestone in a child’s life.
When it comes to parenting challenges, helping your child move beyond the pacifier is often a task that’s easier said than done.
During an emergency, it’s important for children to understand there are caring adults who will help keep them safe.