If this is a life-threatening emergency, call 911. If there is no immediate physical danger, but you still need emotional support and/or crisis intervention, call the Care Crisis Line at 988, 1-800-584-5578, or 425-258-4357 for 24/7 support. If you feel you need an immediate mental health assessment for your child, [...]
We recommend these policies to determine if your child should remain at home due to illness.
The only thing parents need to pack for their children is two full sets of extra clothes.
To ensure Tomorrow’s Hope remains a safe and welcoming environment, our staff follows outlined disciplinary procedures. Spanking, hitting, or violence of any kind will never be used as a disciplinary measure. Should behavioral issues arise, the staff will use warnings and redirection techniques to address the behavior and will work [...]
Tomorrow’s Hope has numerous procedures and policies in place to keep children safe. We are licensed by Early Achievers to provide safe care. Our staff is trained in CPR and first aid, emergency procedures, sanitation practices, and more.
Leads do not require an AA in ECE. By 2026, the state of Washington will require this for all staff, but we currently have some leads with and without degrees.
Tomorrow’s Hope is committed to providing high-quality, affordable child development services to Snohomish County families. Learn more about our tuition rates. If you are experiencing homelessness and/or have extremely low income, there are options for you. Please call our office at 425-212-3255 and we’d be happy to talk with you.
Tomorrow’s Hope serves children from 4 weeks up to 12 years of age. Our classes include Infant, Toddler 1, Toddler 2, Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten (including Head Start and ECEAP), and School Age.
Both offer safe care for your child, foster play, and encourage socializing. Child development centers offer enriching environments where children learn and develop an array of skills through a balance of written curriculum and on-the-fly exploration. Tomorrow’s Hope is an educational environment that prepares your child for success in school. [...]
Choosing a child development center for your child is a very important decision. As you explore options, you should assess the educational curriculum, the safety procedures, the staff’s experience and training, the reputation in the community, licenses the facility holds, and other factors. The best way to assess whether the [...]