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Primrose School of Woodbury

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  • Primrose Holiday Parties

    Thank you to all our friends and family who came and celebrated with us this week at all our classroom parties! We are feeling the Holiday Spirit at Primrose!

  • December Apple of Our Eye

    Congratulations to Mrs. Guertin for being our December Apple of Our Eye! Thank you for all your support and dedication over the past years! You always have a positive attitude and approach each day with JOY. You consistently deliver the WOW experience to all your families and coworkers as you build trusted relationships in your classroom. We really appreciate all your hard work!

  • December Family of the Month

    Congratulations to our December Family of the Month, the Pletchers! We are so glad you are part of our Primrose family. Thank you for all your support over the years! ~~~~~ We have lived in Woodbury for a little over six years. Ryan works in finance at Sherwin Williams & Lisa works with St. Paul Schools. We like to be outside, especially to go on hikes, play at the park, swim, fish, and spend time at our family cabin. We also like cheering for the Wisconsin Badgers! Maya is enjoying her first year at Primrose. She loves to play with friends, play in the kitchen, and play outside! Chase loves going to school everyday. He loves seeing all of his friends and is enjoying learning to write his name. He also loves to play with dinosaurs and animals. Hudson has been busy playing football and Uno with friends in the Explorer classroom. He's been enjoying learning origami from his teacher at Primrose and is a 2nd grader at Brookview Elementary.

  • Story Time with Mrs. Claus

    We had a special visitor from the North Pole this morning! Mrs. Claus visited our classrooms today! We sang songs, reads books, and enjoyed our time together preparing for Santa's visit this weekend!

  • Caring & Giving Can-A-Thon Finale!

    The month of November at Primrose is all about generosity. Which is why we participate in our annual Caring & Giving Food Drive event. This year our students and families collected nearly 1,500 pounds of food and over $200 to be donated to the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf! Thank you!

  • Trip to HyVee!

    Our Private Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten classrooms visited Hy-Vee this morning to buy more food for our food drive. They have spent the entire month collecting money in their classrooms, donating their own money, and had the chance to spend it today! The kids even had the opportunity to tour the grocery store. Be sure to watch Channel 5 News tonight as they talk about all the good work our students have done. The Christian Cupboard will be stopping by our school tomorrow to pick up all the food we collected over the month. We can’t wait to see how many pounds of food we collected as a school!

  • Showing Generosity

    Children learn from watching, listening and imitating. That's why we demonstrate positive character traits, like this months theme of generosity, through our actions, words and lessons.

  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!

  • Happy Veteran's Day

  • Leaves are Changing!

    Our little scientists have been observing how nature changes with the seasons. This week, they've been focusing on how leaves change! Students have been tracing and sorting leaves, reading about leaves and using their senses to share with each other what they notice!

  • Caring & Giving Can-A-Thon Kick Off!

    Our Food Drive kick-off was a huge success! Thank you for helping us show our students what generosity is all about!

  • November Apple of Our Eye

    Mrs. Tjosaas is our November Apple of Our Eye! Congratulations and thank you for all your support and dedication over the past years! You consistently deliver the WOW experience to all your families and coworkers as you build trusted relationships in your classroom. We appreciate you!

  • November Family of the Month

    The Daugherty Family relocated to Lake Elmo from Nevada, Missouri last year for work. After spending so long in a small town it was nice to come back to a big city with lots of fun things to do. Both Eric and Annie work at 3M. Eric is an Application Engineer with the Commercial Solutions Division and Annie is a Supply Chain Analyst with IATD. Eric is a native Oklahoman so the Minnesota winters have been an adjustment. Annie is a St. Paul native, who enjoys being closer to family and friends. Eric, Kiona, and Sovi are members of the Eastern Shawnee tribe of Oklahoma. Their favorite things to do as a family are: going for “family walks,’ biking, beach vacations, reading, and “Netflix” movie time. Kiona’s favorite things to do at Primrose are: playing on the playground with friends and story time with Ms. Branch & Ms. Short Sovi’s favorite things to do at Primrose are: playing with all her new friends and playing on the fire truck. They are so happy to be part of the Primrose Woodbury family, they couldn’t have chosen a better child care and education provider.

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