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Faces of Premier Early Childhood Education

Who children become is as important as what they know.
By D Partner Studio |
Shelby Taylor, Rachel Mireles, Destiny Farris, Norma Brown, Bela Desai, Jamie Pryor, Esther Hongnoi, Dr. Noel Rigley
Bret Redman

Dr. Noel J. Rigley, Ph.D. and his leadership team represent five Dallas area Primrose Schools and pride themselves in understanding the childcare needs of working parents. “Who children become is as important as what they know,” is evident at each of his Primrose locations. 

Dr. Rigley, his (late) wife Dr. Pratiksha Rigley, and their daughters Maya and Meira come from three generations of early childhood educators. They are passionate about early childhood education and are committed to serving the educational needs of every community that the schools touch. “As a family of educators, we are the proud owners of Primrose Schools of Klyde Warren Park, Park Cities, Prestonwood, Preston Meadow, Frisco West, Temple, and Waco,” Rigley says. “Parents shouldn’t feel guilty about wanting to focus on their careers and have a family. A healthy balance is good for parents and their children. Parents deserve peace of mind in knowing their child is in the right place. Being able to live and work in the same area is important for today’s busy families.” 

Together, they uphold a vision and mission to serve children and families with premier early childhood education. They are passionate about helping alleviate the stress of working parents who struggle with the balance between work and raising a family. They understand that stress because they were working parents too. Says Rigley, “Early childhood education is so important in the first five years, and everything we do comes back to creating a home away from home for our children who will one day positively influence their immediate environment and future generations. Our highest priority is the health, safety, and growth of our staff and students, as well as providing superior customer service to all our families.” 

Dr. Rigley’s Primrose Schools are committed to making a difference in the communities they serve and are actively involved in supporting several local foundations and charities.

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