Description: Achieving excellence as a result of Interactive, Hands-on, Accelerated Curriculum Based Learning. Whether we're furthering the educational experience of a 4-year old, cultivating a toddler's talents, or introducing an infant to art, it's not about what we put into children, but what we bring out of them! At Anderson Preparatory Academy, we believe every child has natural gifts and talents. Our Learning Directors nuture these gifts through hands-on, interactive learning, enabling children to learn at their own individual pace in a way they understand (with group and individual experiences).
At Anderson Prep, we prepare homemade meals daily. Interactive Healthy Meals System™ means we individualize a child's diet to include alternatives for allergies and accommodate diet preferences. We have Vegetarian, Gluten-Free & Cultural diet alternatives, & Kosher approved snacks. We provide Lots of fresh fruits and vegetables daily, use many organic foods, and do not add salt or sugar. We even puree our own organic baby foods.
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.
|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, there were 2" - 3" of loose sand (of the required 6") lacking under the slide and steps of the large climber, 3" of loose sand lacking under the bouncy-round and 2" of loose sand lacking under the six swings on the large playground.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, there was a large crack exposing raw wood, rough edges and a gap (.5" - 1.5" wide) in one section of the wooden bench/barrier at the edge of the cement court area of the large playground. There was missing paint exposing rough wood accessible to children along the edges and in the middle of the large wooden green cover on the side of the large climber.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on a review of documentation and staff interview, the staff members administering medication were not designated in writing. The director stated that they did not have that information written down.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation and interview with the director, the handle of one sink faucet (of two) in the front foyer restroom was missing and the faucet would not open. The director stated that the handle was missing.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, there was less than 18" of space (approximately 6" - 8") between three mats with sleeping children in Room 2.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, there were six vinyl mats (of 12) in Room 5 with torn edges (2" - 4" long) exposing foam.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, there were four baby wipe containers (of 8 reviewed) that were not labeled with children's names in Room 4, and one container (of 6) not labeled in Room 2.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, there were missing bolts on the hinge of the play refrigerator door which was loose with a gap accessible to children in Room 4. One inner corner seam was loose (9" long) exposing foam accessible to children on the large T-shape foam block in Room 2.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on a review of four staff files, the file for staff #1 lacked documentation of one good faith effort to contact a previous employer.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation and staff interview, there were hazards accessible to children in the following areas: ROOM 8 RESTROOM: The caulking on one sink (of two) was cracked with exposed gaps and the water faucet hardware was loose and not securely attached to the sink basin. ROOM 4: The water faucet of the diaper-changing sink was loose and not attached securely to the basin. A staff member stated that it was loose yesterday and she reported it to the director. ROOM 5: There were two small areas (approximately 1"-1.5" wide) of exposed raw wood on the edge of the hallway door. QUEEN RESTROOM (HALL): There was one very loose toilet seat (of three).|
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