New Primrose School learning center now open in Hughes Landing following early August launch

Primrose School of The Woodlands at Hughes Landing opened Aug. 12.

Primrose School of The Woodlands at Hughes Landing opened Aug. 12.

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Primrose School of The Woodlands at Hughes Landing launched Aug. 12 at 1720 Hughes Landing Blvd. The early childhood daycare and academic center accepts children ages 6 weeks through 5 years old and offers a curriculum covering academics, creative arts and social, emotional and physical development. The facility, owned by longtime local Primrose School operators Don and Arlena McLaughlin, is the sixth Primrose center to open in The Woodlands area and the McLaughlins' seventh overall. A grand opening event is planned for Sept. 7. 281-292-7400. www.primrosehugheslanding.com
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