To you, the working parent, every dollar is important, and no child care program delivers better value than Childcare Network! We have very high standards of care, safety and education – plus a whole lot of fun, at a far more affordable price. We help your child get ahead in life, while helping your budget, too.
USDA Approved Free Meals and Snacks
Bright Babies Infant Curriculum
HighReach Learning Curriculum
Young Achievers Club for School Age
Adventure Summer Camp for School Age
Educational Field Trips
Teams of Tomorrow Classes
Fundamental and Creative Basketball
Computer Kids2 Stars Better Beginnings;
Where possible, ChildcareCenter provides inspection reports as a service to families. This information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. We encourage families to contact the daycare provider directly with any questions or concerns, as the provider may have already addressed some or all issues. Reports can also be verified with your local daycare licensing office.
|2020-10-12||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2020-07-01||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2020-05-15||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-12-11||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-11-14||Facility Visit||300.301.8.At no time shall children be left unsupervised or unattended. The child care center shall provide additional staff for any temporary absence of primary child caring staff for activities such as breaks, meal preparation, transportation, etc.
|2019-11-07||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-11-01||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-09-26||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-04-18||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2019-03-07||Facility Visit||500.501.5.a.The following activities or threats of such activities are unacceptable as behavior guidance measures and shall not be used for children. These include, but are not limited to the following:Restraints (Restraining a child briefly by holding the child is allowed when the childs actions place the child or others at risk of injury.)
|2018-12-20||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2018-05-31||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
|2018-05-24||Facility Visit||300.301.12.During naptime for children 2 1/2 years of age and above, a minimum of 50% of the staff shall remain with the children, with a total of 75% of the staff remaining in the building.
|2018-05-24||Facility Complaint||300.306.1 - All directors, site supervisors and staff who provide direct care to children shall be registered with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education Professional Development Registry within 30 days of hire and all training shall be registered with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education Professional Development Registry or Department of Education or Department of Higher Education approved.
300.306.3 - All new staff members who provide direct care to children shall receive a basic orientation to facility management policies, center schedules and emergency procedures prior to providing care. This shall be documented in the employee file.
300.306.4 - All new staff, including volunteers who are counted in the ratios shall receive the following orientation (unless the staff has prior documented training in the required areas).
|2018-02-09||Facility Visit||No Violations Cited
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