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Parent and Tots

This program may start operating again in August. Stayed tuned.


Parent and Tot Coffee Mornings meet at the Priddis Hall the 1st Friday of each month at 10:30 am.


We are looking for someone to coordinate the Parent and Tot Coffee Mornings. It is a very easy volunteer position for someone looking to get involved in the community-


-   Work with the PCA to find a mutually agreeable day and time;

-   Advertise the event through Facebook;

-   Attend the meet-ups and bring along the activity bucket for the kids.


If you, or know of someone who may be interested, email



The Priddis Early Learning Program is an outstanding preschool program that serves to prepare children for kindergarten.

PELP offers both a 4-year old and 3-year old program. 

Priddis Early Learning Program is full for the 2020-2021 school year.


If you have any questions please contact our Program Director at


Fundraiser:  We are offering a great deal on labels from Mabel's Labels for your kids things. 20% of sales through the link below, come back to our community preschool. When placing your order, our school is called Priddis Early Learning Foothills.

Mabel's Labels Website

Teacher: Lindsay Flynn

Director: Kate Berkan


PELP Gallery

At the end of May, the children had fun planting the hall planters with flowers donated by our preschool families. We hope the community enjoys the children’s beautification project.    

Event Calendar


The Priddis Library, located in the old schoolhouse, is open Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00-5:00, and every Saturday from 10:00am to noon. We are part of the Marigold Library System. Incoming books are quarantined for 72 hrs. Social distancing is being practiced between visitors. Your donations are greatly appreciated but we will not accept encyclopedias, textbooks, cookbooks, readers digest condensed books, or any books more than 20 years old. Currently running the library are: Arlene, Carole, Sonya, Barb and Jeanie. Thanks for volunteering your time Ladies, to keep the library operational for the community.