Primrose School at Sugarloaf Parkway is accepting donations of new or gently used books.
“Our philosophy and literacy goals at Primrose directly align with Read Across America Day, and it was truly a great day for the community and the entire country to establish a regular reading routine, promote early childhood education and celebrate the power of literacy together,” said Tanish Turner, owner of the school.
The book donation drive is a part of Og’s Bountiful Books, a Primrose reading program designed to encourage parents to read to their children at home and send in favorite books to school to share with their classmates and those in need. “Og” is the official Primrose school bookworm – as well as one of the school’s character development mascots. The Og’s Bountiful Books program is a key part of the Balanced Learning® system, which balances academics, play and character development.
About Primrose Schools®
in 1982, Primrose Schools is the nation’s leader in providing a premier
educational child care experience in more than 250 schools in 17 states.
Primrose partners with parents to help children build the right foundation for
future learning and life, and offers an environment that helps children have
fun while nurturing Active Minds, Healthy Bodies and Happy Hearts®.