health & safety
Rest easy knowing your child is in good hands. Tomorrow's Hope's rigorous safety plan promises your child a secure, fun environment to learn and thrive.
We take every precaution to ensure your child’s safety. First Aid provisions are available should your child become ill or suffer a minor injury. Our staff members are trained to administer CPR and first aid and will contact emergency personnel as needed. Parents/guardians will be notified if a significant injury or accident occurs.
If your child is prescribed any medication, the parent/guardian must provide the medication in its original vial from the pharmacy with the prescribed dosage indicated. Our staff will administer the medication as directed by the doctor.
Should an emergency arise, we follow a comprehensive safety plan. Our staff is trained to carry out evacuations, lockdowns, and other procedures. We hold drills regularly to practice and update these procedures. Emergency procedures are available for your review in our building.
To prevent the spread of illness at Tomorrow's Hope, we urge parents/guardians to keep sick children at home. If your child becomes ill while in our care, you will be asked to arrange for immediate pick-up. We will call the people on your emergency list if you are unavailable.
Food & Feeding
Tomorrow's Hope's nutrition program provides a no-cost balanced breakfast, morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner, and an evening snack as part of our participation in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Child and Adult Care Food Program. Please notify our staff of your child’s food sensitivities or allergies in writing. Parents/guardians of infants may supply breast milk or formula for feeding.
Play Areas & Playground
Tomorrow's Hope's classrooms offer space for your children to safely explore. Our spaces also include an eating area and other play stations. Recess is typically held outside, weather permitting. Please make sure your child has appropriate clothing to wear outside.
Our staff cleans and disinfects the play and eating area daily. Children are required to wash their hands with soap and water before eating and after using the restroom.
Your child's security is of vital importance. The front door is the only parent/guardian access point, can only be accessed by a code, and is monitored at all times. Parents and visitors are required to sign-in upon arrival.
Our goal is to ensure each child is cared for, supervised, and safe. Our supervision policies and instructor to child ratio complies with state and local regulations.
Transportation is provided for before and after school care from the child's school within the Everett School District, as well as to, if requested in advance. For any field or day trips, parents will be notified and asked for approval ahead of time. Car seats and booster seats are provided for children who need them.
Your child’s wellness is crucial for their continued learning and development. We practice sanitary habits to prevent the spread of illness. Parents/guardians should notify our staff about any illnesses, injuries, or problems that occur at home.