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Meet our family of the month! The English family began in 2008. Jeff and Codi met in a college music class and Jeff was determined to charm his way into a date with Codi. Jeff and Codi married in 2012 and Erin Kate entered their world in January of 2016 and has been running the show ever since. They spend most of their time watching Mickey mouse, growling at each other and trying to keep at least one room in the house clean. Jeff and Codi were very impressed with the structure and curriculum Primrose offered. Everyone they met on their tour was very friendly, helpful and seemed to love their job. What sealed the deal for the English family was their discovery day where they were able to let Erin meet her classmates and teachers. Erin was included in the activities and fit right in. Jeff and Codi say Primrose is worth every penny! They love that every teacher knows Erin and she will happily run to them.
We are currently conducting our Pre-enrollments. We would love for you to become apart of the Primrose Family in West Little Rock. Call today to Schedule a parent meeting 501.821.2200
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