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Congratulations Norton family! Brennan is in our Explorer program. We appreciate all you contribute to Primrose and we are happy to have you as a part of our school! Learn more about the family through the flyer on the hallway board!
Primrose School on Yankee Yearly Calendar
How do you raise a happy and confident girl? One father shares his valuable lessons.
We use our little Primrose friend Peanut to talk about big ideas like honesty.
Every great woman was once a young girl. #InternationalWomensDay
Graduating to the potty is stressful. Here's how you can make it successful.
A little art mixed with a little science is a lot of fun! 🔬🌈
Thank you to Ms.Natalie Lockhart for making all the children and families smile each day! You are an extremely important part of our school and we appreciate all that you do! Learn more about Ms. Natalie by viewing her Apple of Our Eye profile posted on the hallway bulletin board!
The Winter Games are finally here, and present an excellent opportunity for children to see countries and cultures from around the world come together and compete in exciting sporting events.
Every year on March 2, our students, teachers and staff celebrate Read Across America Day, a special day devoted to celebrating reading and the life of beloved author Dr. Seuss. This year, our students and teachers got in the spirit of the day, dressing up in Dr. Seuss-themed outfits. Even our infants got in on the fun, smiling for Cat in The Hat photos. We were so excited to welcome several special guest readers from our community, including a fireman, a policeman, local news anchors and parents.
Save these fun crafts and activities for a rainy day.
More broccoli please," said no child ever. Until now.
There’s a reason for the phrase the terrible twos. We’ve all seen a toddler meltdown happen – in the checkout line, at the dinner table or in the toy aisle.