The new name for the award winning Blue Light of Life childcare center in Tucson is going to be named “childcare auburn”. It has received accreditation by the Arizona State Board of Education and is accredited by the U.S. Green Building Council. This makes it one of only twenty-nine properties nationwide with national, state, and local licenses that have been awarded with this distinction. Not only is it one of the oldest child care facilities in the nation (it opened in 1963), but it also has achieved the highest rating for its National Quality Assurance.
Childcare auburn Montessori is a school district approved model that provides early childhood education, centered on the fundamental development of fundamental skills and the social-emotional and personal development of children. The curriculum incorporates Learning Disabilities Awareness Research (LDR), which was established by the National Association of School Psychologists and is incorporated throughout all aspects of the auburn Montessori preschool curriculum. The primary focus is early childhood education with an emphasis on the cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral capabilities of the early child. All areas of the Blue Light of Life curriculum are taught by qualified professionals who have been trained in the best practices of this innovative educational model.
The childcare center has four full-time childcare providers to rotate as partners with two preschool age children on a daily basis. Each partner will rotate between day and evening service as needed. This leaves both partners with the responsibility of preparing a well-balanced preschool curriculum that meets the needs of children in the best possible manner. This high quality program will also prepare the parents to welcome their first child when it does become available through the outstanding services of the childcare facility. The childcare vacancy in this community is now being filled by the exceptional childcare provided by Arizona’s Blue Light of Life preschool.