Mama Roza's Garden Childcare is a brand new cutting-edge facility has a mission to provide high-quality childcare for the children of professionals with extended hours. Mama Roza's is dedicated to caring for, and nurturing the total child; our goal is to encourage the development of happy, confident, healthy children who are enthusiastic learners.
Mama Roza's Garden Childcare
^In the heart of Edmonton.
^Extended working hours.
^Provide high-quality childcare.
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To serve the needs of our busy parents
we are open extended hours 6:30 am - 8:00 pm
Mama Roza Garden Childcare is a 3500+ sq ft facility with 5 classrooms and an outdoor play space at the Hys Centre. The bright cheerful classrooms with tower gardens create a calm nurturing environment for the children.
The Hys Centre is located on the Royal Alexandra Hospital campus in Edmonton and is directly connected to the Royal Alexandra Hospital by an underground pedway located in its underground heated parking facility.
Educating children is our mission and YOU the parents are our customers. Our programs are designed to offer parents flexibility while maximizing the benefits to our children.
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We Believe that every child is unique and will develop at his/her own pace. Our teachers spend time nurturing children's strengths and encouraging them to reach new heights.
Mama Roza’s Garden Childcare is a new addition to the main floor of the Hys Centre. This brand new cutting-edge facility has a mission to provide high-quality childcare for the children of professionals with extended hours. Mama Roza’s is dedicated to caring for, and nurturing the total child; our goal is to encourage the development of happy, confident, healthy children who are enthusiastic learners. Our innovative programming’s emphasis is on helping young children develop the social, physical, and academic skills they will need to succeed in school. This childcare facility will provide a stable, safe and supportive environment where children are encouraged to indulge their natural curiosity about the world around them. At Mama Roza’s, children will develop socialization skills by interacting with their peers and adult staff at the Center, and they will cultivate fundamental physical and mental skills, as well as the self-confidence that will ensure their success at school and beyond.
Mama Roza’s will be led by two child care industry veterans, Frida Pesin and Esta Karpulis. Frida has a sales, marketing, management, and executive administration background within the industry. Esta Karpulis, who is a skilled early childhood education specialist is a leader within her field. She was formally trained at Grant MacEwan University and has honed her talents over the past fifteen years
as a lead-teacher. Not only has she touched the lives of children of all ages, but she has also demonstrated a strong ability to work effectively and productively with complex needs. Esta is gifted and creative — the impact that she has on the youngsters in her care is a positive influence that lasts a lifetime.
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