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Our School

We are a non-profit cooperative facility that provides play-based programming for 3-year and 4-year-old children.


The goal of Parkview Preschool is to aid in your child’s social, emotional, physical, intellectual, and creative development. 

Class Time: 8:50 AM - 11:20 AM

3-year class: Tuesdays and Thursdays

4-year class: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays



The goals of our preschool involve achieving developmental milestones in the areas of:

  • Conceptual and Cognitive Development

  • Motor Skills Development (Fine and Gross)

  • Learning Creative Expression

  • Executive Function, Task Completion and Focus

  • Language Skills and Communication

  • Psychosocial Development

Typical Classroom activities include but are not limited to:

  • Free time to play and share toys, puzzles and books etc.

  • Story time and songs with and without actions

  • Exercising to music with tapes and rhythm instruments

  • Crafts, painting, colouring and cutting

  • Show and share (on assigned days)

  • “Busy Bee” responsibilities

  • Kindergarten preparedness


A Day at Parkview Preschool

  • Parents will walk their children to the door where they will be greeted by the teacher

  • Parents will remain outside, to allow for social distancing

  • Children will hang their coats and backpacks on their designated hooks

  • The teacher will assist the children up the stairs, to the classroom

  • Children assemble on the carpet for daily routines

  • Center time for children to explore, cooperate, create and play, where teachers interact and support learning objectives

  • Snack time 

  • Gym time – children regularly head downstairs to the gym for physical activity -dancing, sports, and games

  • Show and share – during the last 10 minutes of class, the “Busy Bee” has an opportunity to present a special belonging that the class learns about through asking questions (please note: "Busy Bee" has been modified due to Covid-19)

At the end of class, the children will be released from the main door once a designated adult has arrived.

Our Staff


 Marnie Roch

Lead Teacher

Teacher Marnie has worked with preschool aged children for over 20 years. 


She graduated from the Grant MacEwan Early Childhood Development program and is certified as a Child Development Supervisor (Level 3).  

Marnie has worked both in daycares and preschools and especially enjoys working with children who are in the Preschool age category.

Both of Marnie's children attended Parkview Preschool and she was a member of the Preschool Board of Directors. 

When the Teacher Assistant position was developed in 2013, Marnie jumped at the opportunity to become a member of the Parkview teaching staff.  Seven years later, she enthusiastically took on the position of Lead Teacher.  Marnie lives nearby in Crestwood with her husband and two teenage sons. 

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Leanne Howard


Bio coming soon!

Our Staff
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