Making Believers Out of The Real Critics

Making Believers Out of The Real Critics

Making Believers Out of The Real Critics

by Steve Gamel

If you’re on the fence about which school you should sign your children up for in the fall, the owners and staff at Primrose School of Lantana will gladly sing the praises of their programs and fun environment until they’re blue in the face.

But why do that when what truly matters is the opinion of the real critics – the bright-eyed kids who go there every day.

Owners Frank and Erin Lundie, along with Assistant Director Christina Faught, recently shared the results of a 100% non-scientific poll in which they asked several of their students to share the reasons why they like coming to Primrose. The answers were far from shocking and will tell you all you need to know.

There are more positive reviews where these came from, but the message is already clear: the kids like coming to Primrose because they feel loved by their teachers, and they love exploring with all the toys and lessons they have to offer.

“It’s super reassuring; to hear straight from them that they are happy and thriving – that’s the reason why we do this,” Erin said. “We see reactions like this every day, and it fuels us. If they are learning and happy, then we are doing our job.”

Christina agreed.

“It is very cool to see them light up like they do,” she said. “And it’s awesome to see them grow. I’ve been here since the beginning, and I remember when Lilah was in the infant room. Now she’s in preschool. It’s a special place to be a part of.”

Primrose School of Lantana will celebrate its fourth year in October and is already more than just a school in the eyes of so many people. The school offers a Balanced Learning® curriculum that combines purposeful play and guidance in the classroom to help children grow and learn in a nurturing environment. By creating a fun and engaging atmosphere for learning and reinforcing lessons through songs and games, children retain key skills and develop faster. The focus is not only on academics, but also fostering character development, creativity, self-esteem, critical thinking, and confidence.

It’s also a place where the teachers know every child well, all staff members have a diverse background working for other schools and daycare facilities, and where every child has the freedom to explore.

“We are silly, but we’re also purposeful,” said Erin, a former teacher, curriculum instructor, and assistant principal.

But again, don’t just take their word for it. Come by and ask the kids.

940.455.2550 | PrimroseLantana.com | 7020 Justin Rd. • Lantana, TX 76226


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