Children’s Lighthouse of Grand Mission Welcomes New Ownership

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Local Parents to Lead School in Richmond

RICHMOND, Texas – Leading Dallas-based early learning school, Children’s Lighthouse, is happy to announce the new ownership of its Grand Mission location in Richmond. The school is now under the ownership of local couple, Amanda and Brian Fisk.

Amanda and Brian are longtime Texas residents and parents themselves, and understand the struggles that come with finding high-quality childcare. The Fisks are passionate about upholding and strengthening the high standards already in place at the Grand Mission school.

“We’ve always loved kids and are thrilled to have the opportunity to play a part in shaping the future generation,” said Amanda. “Children are our now and our tomorrow and we look forward continuing to provide our community with a safe, nurturing environment where our students can grow and flourish.”

Aside from being parents themselves, Brian has an MBA in Human Resources and a decade of human resource management experience, and Amanda holds a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and taught elementary in both public and private schools for over ten years.

“We’re incredibly lucky to have Amanda and Brian as a part of our team,” said Michael Brown, President of Children’s Lighthouse Franchise Company. “They not only have great backgrounds that are a sure sign of success, but they’re passionate about children and serving their community. We couldn’t have found a better pair to represent and uphold the Children’s Lighthouse mission.”

The mission of Children’s Lighthouse is to give franchisees the tools, guidance and opportunity to operate a profitable business that is designed to give children a safe, loving place to learn, make friends, and build confidence. Children’s Lighthouse does this by partnering with parents to develop children through three age-appropriate curriculums designed with specific needs of children in mind. Additionally, franchisees across the network are actively involved with their local communities and regularly give back through volunteering, donations and more.

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The Children’s Lighthouse brand was established in Ft. Worth, Texas in 1997. Children’s Lighthouse Early Learning Schools™ are the nation’s leading values-based early learning schools. Currently, Children’s Lighthouse Franchise Company has nearly 70 franchised schools in operation and 25 additional franchised locations in the development pipeline. Children’s Lighthouse Early Learning Schools™ promise to create a safe, fun, and happy place that gives children confidence, a sense of comfort today, and a lifelong love of learning, friendship, and community. Its proprietary curriculum helps children of all ages develop healthy brains, bodies and best behaviors.

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