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Parkville Middle School
8711 Avondale Rd, Parkville, MD 21234
Parkville Middle School is located in a residential neighborhood near Double Rock Park.  The school has beenMore serving the Parkville/Overlea communities since 1953, and was most recently renovated in 1980.  The school has a magnet program for students of technology.  The school principal is Mr. Murray Parker. For more information, visit the website.
Woodhome Elementary School
7300 Moyer Ave, Parkville, MD 21234
Woodhome Elementary and Middle School in Parkville is led by principal Christina Skowrunski. This school features aMore large playground nearby with baseball fields and basketball courts and offers courses like chorus, dance, computer arts and band. Visit the Woodhome School website to view the school calendar, learn about the staff and school family council, volunteer, donate or to become involved in the organized parent group. 
Pine Grove Elementary School
2701 Summit Ave, Parkville, MD 21234
Pine Grove Elementary School is located just down the street from the Middle School with the same name. The schoolMore mascot is a panda bear and the principal is Mrs. Jean Wilson. PGES offers a Gifted & Talented program for children in grades 3 - 5. For more information about the school and a full calendar of events, please visit its Web site.
A Family Affair
9215 Old Harford Rd, Parkville, MD 21234
A Family Affair is a childcare center that has been located across the street from Pine Grove Middle School nearMore St. Isaac Jogues Church since the early 1990s. It is in a secure building requiring either a pass code or staff permission to enter. Personnel at A Family Affair meet all Maryland state qualifications for childcare.
Dr. Louis Krause Memorial Park
9217 Old Harford Rd, Parkville, MD 21234
Dr. Louis Krause Memorial Park is situated next to St. Isaac Jogues Parish and across from Pine Grove Middle School onMore Old Harford Road. The park offers serene walking trails, a playground, picnic tables and a pavilion.  Krause Park is also home to a restored historic limestone kiln that 19th-century farmers used to burn lime for use as a crop treatment.
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