Primrose School of Arrowhead

Our Staff

  • Mr. Parrone, Owner

    Mr. Parrone

    Owner
  • Mrs.  Pacheco, Director

    Mrs. Pacheco

    Director

    Hi. My name is Berta. I am the director here at Primrose School of Arrowhead. I have over 35 years experience in the Early Childhood Education (ECE) field. I began my career working in classrooms and eventually became Director. I value my time spent in the classroom and consider it the most rewarding part during my ECE career. I attended Adams State College in Colorado for two years, majoring in Early Childhood Education. I finished my education here in Arizona, receiving my degree in ECE from Central Arizona College. I recently obtained my Directors Certificate.


    During my early years as Director, I was blessed to have worked in a Christian school in Women's Ministry. I feel that I not only make a difference in the lives of the children, but in the lives of the teachers as well because of that experience.


    My teaching philosophy is quite simple. I want to provide a safe, fun, stimulating educational environment for all children to help achieve their developmental milestones without pressure. I strive to work alongside parents and teachers as a team to provide a positive experience for children. Most importantly, I love and respect each child we are trusted to care for each day.

  • Ms. Mason, Education Coach

    Ms. Mason

    Education Coach
  • Ms. Sandoval, Office Assistant

    Ms. Sandoval

    Office Assistant

    Hi, My name Ms. Sandoval I a mom of 2 young boys who are ages 7 & 8 years old. I am from Arizona and I have been serving our country in the United States Navy from 2009-2020. I graduated from Arizona State University in May of 2021 with a Bachelors in Communication and Minor in Public Relations/ Strategic Communications.

  • Ms. Delgado, Chef

    Ms. Delgado

    Chef
  • Ms.  Tanner, Infant Lead Teacher

    Ms. Tanner

    Infant Lead Teacher

    Hi! I'm Ms. Tanner! I have been working with children for several years and have 2 wonderful children of my own!

  • Ms.  Routhe, Young Toddler Lead Teacher

    Ms. Routhe

    Young Toddler Lead Teacher

    My name is Leslie Routhe. I’ve spend the last 25 years teaching young children of various ages. The toddler age group is the most rewarding for me.

  • Miss Beehler, Toddler Lead Teacher

    Miss Beehler

    Toddler Lead Teacher
  • Ms. Frey, Early Preschool Lead Teacher

    Ms. Frey

    Early Preschool Lead Teacher
  • Ms. Murillo, Preschool Lead Teacher

    Ms. Murillo

    Preschool Lead Teacher

    My name is Candace Murillo. I am the lead teacher in Preschool 2. I graduated from high school in 1999 and started my career in childcare immediately afterward. I have been in the childcare field for nearly 18 years! I believe my calling in life is to help develop the young minds of today into the successful minds of tomorrow. In my 18 years of childcare, I have seen children grow in many ways! I absolutely love using education as a way to build a child's curiosity, logical thinking skills, and creativity. I am returning to college to continue working toward a bachelor's in Early Childhood Education. I look forward to working with children everyday because it is never the same as the day before. These children play a huge part in my life and I wouldn't have it any other way!

  • Ms. Mateo, Preschool Lead Teacher

    Ms. Mateo

    Preschool Lead Teacher
  • Mrs. Turner, Explorers Teacher (In Memory)

    Mrs. Turner

    Explorers Teacher (In Memory)
  • Ms. Reyes, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Reyes

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Byrne, Assistant Teacher Pre K-2

    Ms. Byrne

    Assistant Teacher Pre K-2
  • Miss Torres, Assistant Teacher

    Miss Torres

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Devery, Lead Teacher

    Ms. Devery

    Lead Teacher
  • Mrs. Riley, Assistant Infant Teacher

    Mrs. Riley

    Assistant Infant Teacher
  • Ms. Redman, Lead Teacher

    Ms. Redman

    Lead Teacher
  • Ms. Aguero, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Aguero

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Arelleno, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Arelleno

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Greene, Assistant Early Preschool Teacher

    Ms. Greene

    Assistant Early Preschool Teacher
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  • Ms. Torres, Assistant Young Todder Teacher

    Ms. Torres

    Assistant Young Todder Teacher
  • Ms. Maestas, Assistant Early Preschool Teacher

    Ms. Maestas

    Assistant Early Preschool Teacher
  • Ms. Pacheco, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Pacheco

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Soria, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Soria

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Tellez, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Tellez

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Watson, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Watson

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Warren, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Warren

    Assistant Teacher
  • Ms. Lloyd, Assistant Teacher

    Ms. Lloyd

    Assistant Teacher
  • Elizabeth and Mark Parrone, Franchise Owner

    Elizabeth and Mark Parrone

    Franchise Owners

    Welcome to the Primrose School of Arrowhead! We would like to introduce you to our franchise owners, Elizabeth and Mark Parrone. They have two children, Brandon and Alexandra. Brandon will be graduating from The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota this May and Alexandra is a junior at Northern Arizona University. Mark is a Certified Public Accountant with over 25 years of experience in various corporate finance positions. Elizabeth is a speech pathologist with 31 years of experience in a school setting. Both Elizabeth and Mark believe in giving children in their community the educational start they need to continue a lifelong love of learning. As the Parrone family researched the Primrose possibility, they realized that educational child care of this caliber did not exist when their children were younger. In 2005, the dream of owning their own school became a reality when the Parrone family, seeking balance in life and business, purchased a Primrose School franchise. The Parrones share the same vision— to make a difference in the lives of families and in the community in which they live and serve each day. They feel there is no better way to achieve this than with a Primrose School.

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