Workers broke ground last week on Cool Springs Montessori, which expects to open its doors to students in July. The project is being backed by couples Sean and Kimberly Caley and Neeti Agarwal and Shishir Bhushan and will be able to house 90 children. H. Michael Hindman Architects designed the building, which is being constructed by Baron + Dowdle and financed by Franklin Synergy Bank.
“Our mission is to provide students with a quality education in a nurturing environment while meeting the needs of busy working parents,” explains Kimberly Caley, one of the principals. “At CSM, professional Montessori-credentialed educators guide children through purposeful and ordered lessons, encouraging a love of learning, problem solving and self-motivation. The CSM building was designed to easily accommodate 90 children from ages 30 months through lower elementary.”
“At a time when some banks are growing deposits by assuming the deposits of failed banks, Franklin Synergy is growing the old fashioned way – by taking care of customers”, added Herrington. “Our organic growth is the result of our commitment to the local community, to lending to credit-worthy customers, and to the support of our shareholders and Directors.”
“The banking industry is being challenged daily to create capital through earnings. As a new bank, our focus is on building profitable relationships. We are not where we want to be with interest margins and productivity, but we are tracking our plan that will take us to our objectives.”
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