A Primrose private preschool located in Sterling Ranch is set to open in late 2021, according to a news release from the neighborhood. The architect for the project is Galloway and the general …
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A Primrose private preschool located in Sterling Ranch is set to open in late 2021, according to a news release from the neighborhood. The architect for the project is Galloway and the general contractor is AD Miller.
The school will be owned and operated by Mandy and Mike Fawcett, both of whom have a long relationship with Primrose, and whose daughters both attended Primrose for their early childhood education. Additionally, the news release says the Fawcetts are pioneer residents of Sterling Ranch with a commitment to serving the community.
“We’re very excited to welcome Primrose to Sterling Ranch and provide the young families who live here with a school for their children to attend in their own neighborhood,” said Brock Smethills, president of Sterling Ranch Development Company, according to the news release. “More and more families are deciding to call Sterling Ranch home and the addition of Primrose will make our community all the more desirable to everyone. This is an outstanding school with a stellar reputation that is another great amenity for our residents.”
More information about the school is available online at primroseschools.com.
“Our family is excited to begin this journey with Sterling Ranch,” said Mandy Fawcett, according to the release. “We look forward to serving the community of Sterling Ranch as their early education childcare provider and will collaborate with teachers and staff and most importantly partnering with the parents for the same goals in mind: the children, their safety and to establish their love for learning as they continue to grow. We know the positive impact a Primrose School can make on the community, families, employees and the children.”
Primrose Schools believe that who children become is as important as what they know, and desire to forge a path that leads to a brighter future for all children, according to the release. The schools provide an early-learning approach that balances purposeful play with nurturing guidance from teachers to encourage curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion.
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