Primrose at Colorado Station will celebrate three years in business this month and have seen a steady enrollment increase since opening their doors. Now, they are attempting to become even more entrenched in the community. They are proud new members of the Glendale Chamber to accomplish just that. “We are looking to integrate ourselves better into the community,” said Tim Alexander, Franchise Owner, Primrose School at Colorado Station. “Glendale is the closest city entity that acts as a city proper outside the city and county of Denver.”
In fact, Primrose at Colorado Station sponsors Monday Movie Madness at Infinity Park in Glendale during the summer. “It’s great to be part of this neighborhood,” said Alexander. “It’s such a community that’s more organic and natural than it is forced with other communities that are maybe more suburban.”
Choosing the right care for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. At the end of the day, it comes down to entrusting the care of your child to a provider that will give you peace of mind and your child the best experience possible.
Primrose focuses on engaged learning. Facts prove that children learn better when they are engaged. That’s why purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers are key components of balanced learning.
The Primrose Balanced Learning System provides high-quality educational experiences that support children’s development as well-rounded individuals. The Balanced Learning curriculum addresses children’s social-emotional, cognitive, creative and physical development as we determine what experiences children need at different age levels. This curriculum is reviewed and updated annually to ensure continued alignment with early learning standards.
“I have been able to grow with Primrose and have seen how the Balanced Learning curriculum helps children thrive and develop the foundation needed for future success,” said Michele Alexander, Franchise Owner, Primrose School at Colorado Station. “From day one, I fell in love with the Primrose experience and knew that one day I wanted to help my community and its families receive the much-needed early education and care they deserve.”
In addition, Tim and Michele Alexander who are Colorado natives, proudly built a family-oriented nurturing environment. “Primrose at Colorado Station has been a place not only for our kids but also a place my husband and I call home, said Heather Signorelli, a client of Primrose at Colorado Station. “We could not be happier with the childcare and the friendships we have gained. Our kids enjoy coming to school every day and love their teachers. We couldn’t ask for more.”
The childcare offered at Primrose at Colorado Station is evident of the 15 years of experience from Michele Alexander. “Primrose has been my dream for 15 years now and so to own my own and run my own and take care of the families the way we take care of them is my dream come true,” said Michele Alexander. “When parents visit Primrose School at Colorado Station, they experience a family-oriented nurturing environment where children are happy, safe and having fun while learning.”
“My youngest daughter Pippa has attended The Primrose School for the last two years and will go there until kindergarten,” said Paul Sullivan, owner of Esters Neighborhood Pub and fellow Chamber member. “We have absolutely loved the school and it has been great getting to know Tim and Michele. The two biggest things I can say about Primrose is that my kid always comes home happy from school and I always feel like she is in a very safe environment and well taken care of.”
There is immediate availability in Pre-K classrooms and enrollment begins on August 20, 2018. To find out more about Primrose School at Colorado Station, visit www.primrosecoloradostation.com, call 303-757-7727 to arrange a tour, or visit during their business hours of 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at 4300 E. Warren Avenue, Denver, CO 80222.