What Child Care Looks Like Today
Child care has evolved to meet today's challenges. Though the protocols may be different, our philosophy remains the same: child care is still a place for childhood. See what a day at Bright Horizons is like.
Welcome! haʔł t(i) adsłčil We are excited to partner with Snoqualmie Indian Tribe to provide high quality early childhood education for Snoqualmie Tribal Members, employees of Snoqualmie Tribal Administration and the local Tribal community at-large. Registration is now open! Click here to establish an account with us, or log-in to an existing Bright Horizons account.
We acknowledge that we are on the Indigenous Land of Coast Salish peoples who have sovereign, inherent and reserved treaty rights to this land, specifically the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe (sdukʷalbixʷ). We thank these caretakers of this land who have lived, and continue to live, here since time immemorial.
Amy Boehringer - Center Director
Your child’s safety and wellness is our top priority. We continue to monitor state and local public health guidelines, look to our medical expert, and use our considerable experience to guide our health and safety practices. Our centers take important steps to ensure the very best for every child, and the Health and Wellness portion of our World at Their Fingertips® curriculum incorporates lessons about these essential topics into every classroom, every day.
Our families come from nearby communities, creating a close-knit environment and strong parent partnerships. Whether we’re close to home or near the office, our center is ideal for busy working families and easy to get to – for pick-up and drop-off or to stop in for a visit.