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Congratulations to Melissa Smith, our Preschool Pathways teacher! Thank you for all of your hard work and giving our Primrose children the best!
We are the Macias-Pulido family (yes, two word last name). We are from Aguascalientes, Mexico, a small but progressive town in the heart of the country. We met long time ago (in 2000), but we married in 2010. We moved to Knoxville due to an opportunity for Enrique (dad) to pursue a PhD in Industrial Engineering at UT. Seven years later, we were blessed with Leonardo Enrique, better known as “Leo”, who came as the highly expected first grandchild for both our families. It was a fun process, given that we had to manage most things on our own, as our immediate families live in Mexico. We have many friends that helped along the way and everyone at Primrose Knoxville has been key supporting with Leo. As immigrants we constantly face the challenge of different customs and traditions in the topic of raising our boy. However, Leo (and of course, us) have had a wonderful experience at Primrose, as the Misses (Teachers) have gone the extra mile, helping us beyond the classroom. We believe Leo will have an easier time growing in a different culture than ours. He has been making friends along the way, and even when he is still too young (he is still in older infant classroom), we know he has developed skills and friendships that we probably would have had a hard time to achieve on our own. It is very relieving to leave Leo at Primrose, knowing that he is in safe hands, that he will be constantly learning, and that his Misses (Teachers) care for him as it was of their own. Thanks to everyone at Primrose for what you do!
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