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Bristow preschool opens its door

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The Primrose School of Bristow held its grand opening ceremony on July 18.
The grand opening of the new Primrose School of Bristow was held on July 18 with a celebration that included school tours, face painting, a balloon artist, a scavenger hunt and an appearance from Percy the Rooster.

The school’s chef also prepared snacks from the Primrose School's menu.

Franchise owners Tom and Vikki Cheng officially opened the the school on July 6.

Adding approximately 30 jobs and $3.5 million in project costs to the community, the 12,000 square-foot school is poised to serve more than 180 local children and families.

“There is nothing more important to us than ensuring our children are loved and cared for, while knowing they are receiving the best early education,” said Tom Cheng. “We found that with Primrose, and we look forward to introducing Primrose School of Bristow to local families.”

The school features 11 private classrooms with wireless technology throughout as well as four separate age-appropriate playgrounds.

Three of the four playgrounds include equipment specifically designed to help develop and grow children’s gross motor skills.

The last playground contains no equipment to encourage physical development and activity.

The school also features a “splash pad” for spring and summer water activities as well as a garden with monthly gardening and nature study.

The school's early childhood curriculum, which blends teacher-guided and child-initiated activities with a special emphasis on character development, is for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years.

The school offers Primrose Explorers after-school program for children through age 12.

Primrose School of Bristow is located at 9101 Balaton Lake Lane.

For more information, call 703-479-7918 or visit PrimroseBristow.com.
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