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ANOTHER MINUTE: Primrose to offer balanced learning curriculum

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Local parents will soon have another option for educating their children.

Aspiring to make a difference in the lives of area children and their families, local residents Susan and Grant Burrow will open the Primrose School of Murfreesboro this December.

According to a press release, Primrose offers early childhood education and childcare services and features a high-quality, accredited curriculum shown to prepare students for success in school and life.

“Over the past six years, Primrose Schools has used the Bracken Assessment to ensure the effectiveness of the Balanced Learning Curriculum,” according to the release. “Results at the national level indicate Primrose students are ready for school – more than 90 percent of Primrose students mastered 80 percent of the Bracken school readiness concepts.”

Additionally, Primrose students show 1.5 times more growth than their peers in concepts mastered by the end of the school year.

“Given the stellar reputation of Primrose Schools across the country, we’re proud to bring the Primrose name and their highly regarded accredited curriculum to the Rutherford County community,” Susan Burrow said. “Our new school will give local parents the peace of mind they need and deserve, knowing that their children are learning and being nurtured while they’re away at work.”

The new Primrose School of Murfreesboro, located at 554 Bradies Circle, will be the fourth Primrose School in the Nashville market. It will feature 11 private classrooms with state-of-the-art wireless technology. Outdoors, four separate and secure age-appropriate playgrounds will accommodate each stage of the children’s development with equipment specifically designed to help them develop and grow their gross motor skills. Children will also develop their fine motor skills in the Primrose Patch – a garden.

To contact Primrose School in Murfreesboro, call 615-848-5301 or visit primroseschools.com.

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For years, Rutherford County-based Red Realty has been associated with redsavesgreen.com – until now.

The local real estate company announced earlier this week that it had acquired the domain www.redrealty.com.

The company has attempted to purchase the website since its beginnings in 2007, according to Steven Dotson, president of Red Realty.

“We have purchased (more than) 50 domain names related to Red Realty, but we wanted RedRealty.com because it is our actual company name, and it has (more than) 30,000 specific internet searches per month,” Dotson said in a press release. “We currently use RedSavesGreen.com and will continue to use it as a domain and company slogan since so many customers associate it with Red Realty.”

He added that this domain will increase Red Realty’s Internet and national exposure exponentially.

“We have always dreamed of expanding nationally, so this is one more positive step in that direction,” Dotson continued. “This is an exciting time as we head into 2012. We feel confident 2012 will bring better economic news, which will lead to an improved real-estate market.”

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