October 6, 2017
Primrose School of Conroe Goes the Extra Mile to Teach Kids Kindness
CONROE, Texas—Explaining the after shock of Hurricane Harvey to kids can be daunting. The loss experienced by our neighbors has been overwhelming, but the strength of the community is a shining example of the kindness and community spirit that the Primrose School of Conroe ingrains into students each day. When Primrose School of Conroe owner, Jennifer Millington, learned that three teachers at Primrose School of Kingwood and Primrose School of Fall Creek lost everything in the floods, she stepped up and made giving back a school-wide event.
The school has ‘adopted’ the teachers in need, and families have signed up to donate items from a personalized wish list of items including air mattresses, hot plates and other items to help the affected teachers and their families survive as they rebuild the homes that they lost. Giving back is a part of the Primrose Promise – a principle at the school that affirms children are a promise of a better future - and teaching them to be responsible community members is a part of upholding the promise.
“We were all very lucky to have not lost anything or anyone during Harvey, but some of our peers at our sister schools were not,” Millington said. “We take the Primrose Promise seriously, and knew that it was our duty to step up and help the teachers who lost everything.”
Donations will be loaded into Primrose School of Conroe buses and delivered to the teachers in need on Saturday, October 7. For more information about Primrose School of Conroe or to find out how you can get involved, contact PR Luxury Media.