Longtime Loudoun County Resident Signs Agreement to Open New Children’s Lighthouse School in Chantilly
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Longtime Loudoun County Resident Signs Agreement to Open New Children’s Lighthouse School in Chantilly

Early Learning School Opening First Location in Virginia

August 22, 2022 // Franchising.com // CHANTILLY, Va. - Children’s Lighthouse Early Learning Schools™ announced today that local resident Jagadeesh Putchala has signed an agreement to open its first Virginia school in Chantilly.

“My wife and I have seen firsthand with our own children how crucial early education is in ensuring ongoing social and academic progress,” said Putchala, “After meeting with the Children’s Lighthouse team, we felt that sense of community that would provide us ongoing support and guidance along with a strong curriculum we know will benefit families in Chantilly. We’re looking forward to establishing Children’s Lighthouse in our local community and nurturing future generations for continued success.”

Currently a software development professional at Tiber Creek Consulting, Putchala has been a loyal employee since joining the company 22 years ago. Originally from India, Putchala grew up in large family, which provided the environment to strengthen core values and foster a sense of loyalty to immediate and extended family and helped shape his future to who he is today; and greatly influenced his desire to enter into the early childhood education segment along with a desire to own and manage his own business. With two children of his own, Putchala witnessed the valuable skills his children learned from other early learning centers and explored opportunities to manage a school himself. Having earned extensive management and delegation skills, Putchala aims to create a supportive environment for children of Chantilly families to instill core values, foster a safe and learning environment to learn and grow.

“We are thrilled to have Jagadeesh launching Children’s Lighthouse in Virginia,” said Michael Brown, President of Children’s Lighthouse. “As a long-standing member of the Chantilly community with proven management skills, he is sure to make a lasting impact on many families’ lives with his new school, and we look forward to supporting him in that journey.

SOURCE The Children’s Lighthouse



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