Meet the Teachers: Samantha

Samantha Scott is the Infant Curriculum Coordinator at our West Cobb campus. A passionate educator who loves children, Samantha has been with Parker-Chase for five years. It’s a job she loves and says she is meant for. “I’ve always loved kids and knew that I wanted to work with them, especially younger children,” Samantha says. […]

Parents Experience ‘Night in Their Child’s Shoes’ and Learn About Conscious Discipline

Earlier this month, Parker-Chase Sprayberry invited families in for a special “Night in Your Child’s Shoes” event. Families were able to experience the school the way their children do as they explored their classrooms with a quick sample schedule of the day. This was a great opportunity for families to learn more about our curriculum […]

5 Children’s Books Set in Georgia That Parents Will Enjoy, Too

  With a deep history, diverse population, and varied topography, Georgia has been the setting of many books, including some of the best-known classics in American literature. With such a rich literary status, it’s no surprise that many children’s books take place in the Peach State. With September being National Literacy Month, we took the […]

Meet the Teachers: Yessenia (North Peachtree City)

At Parker-Chase, some of our teachers discover their passion by accident. For Yessenia Rodriguez, a 3-year-old classroom teacher at Parker-Chase in North Peachtree City, Georgia, that discovery came with the help of family. There are many teachers in Yessenia’s family, and she grew up around educators. That’s why, while deciding which career she wanted to […]

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Traveling with Toddlers During the Holidays

As the holiday season approaches,  the stress of traveling is inevitable. Traveling alone can be nerve-racking but traveling with toddlers takes that stress to another level. The best way to get through a trip with your little ones with as little stress as possible is to be prepared. Here are some tips to help you […]

The Benefits of Raising a Pet

The Benefits of Raising a Pet

Has your child ever tried to convince you to get them a pet? As parents, especially when limited on time, we might resist because of the additional responsibilities and headaches a pet can cause. However, what may seem like headaches and havoc for most parents can turn out to be a great opportunity for children […]

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5 Child-Friendly Restaurants in Plano, Texas

As parents, we all understand how important it is to try new things with our children because it allows for more quality time. One of the best ways to do so is by trying different restaurants. Not only is going to new restaurants a fun pastime and great relationship builder, it also teaches your child […]

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Things to Consider When Dealing with Sibling Rivalry

As parents, it’s important to know that if you have more than one child, sibling rivalry is always almost inevitable. It’s normal for families to have problems because no family is perfect. The best thing to do when your children are fighting is to stay calm and neutral, minimize your yelling, avoid favoritism, encourage communication […]