Description: Booker T. Washington Child Development Center, Inc. is a non-profit federally funded comprehensive Head Start program for 192 preschool children (includes children with special needs) from low income families who live within the Eastlake and Garfield communities. There is no fee to participate, and children receive free meals through the Child Nutrition Program. Our Head Start program conducts classes with 1 adult for every 10 children. All of our staff members receive on going training in child development and early childhood education and all of our teaching staff are either enrolled in or have obtained a Childhood Development Credential.
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on the Surveyor's observations, the playground lacked 5" - 5.5" of the required 6" of sand under the fall zones of the climbing equipment and swings.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on the Surveyor's observations, the following hazards were observed accessible to enrolled children on the playground: * Numerous areas, including 2" x 1.5", .5", and 4" x .5", of peeling and flaking paint on the lower half of the wall/roof drain pipe on the East wall. * 3" - 4" areas of rusted and sharp oxidized metal at the base of the four pipes on the East wall. * Large areas of peeling and flaking paint at the base of the East wall. * 4" x 4" hole with rusted and sharp oxidized metal at the base of the North wrought iron gate to the storage area.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, the facility lacked a copy of the current gas inspection.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, the attendance records for Child #4 and Child #5 (of 10 children's records reviewed) contained initials instead of release signatures for 9/5/17, 9/7/17, 9/8/17, 9/11/17, 9/12/17, 9/14/17, 9/15/17, and 9/18/17.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, immunization records were not attached to children's emergency cards in Room 514.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, the emergency cards for three of 12 enrolled children whose files were reviewed lacked: Child #1: Health care provider's name and telephone number. Child #2: Mother's complete name. Child #3: Father's information, medical information.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation and an interview with the director, it was determined that there were 0" of loose sand (of the required 6") under the climbing equipment and swings on the playground. The director stated that there was a lot of rain last night at the school and the sand was very wet.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, it was determined that there was uncovered food waste in the uncovered trash can accessible to children in the outside girls' restroom used by room 408.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, it was determined that there was a build up of sand and dirty debris on the step stools in room 513. There was a build up of a black and brown substance on the wall above the doorframe inside of the restroom in room 514.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on Surveyor's observation, it was determined that the following hazards were accessible to children: There were two tears in the wallpaper (2" long, 1/2" long) exposing raw fiberboard on the wall in the house play area between the cabinet and the clothes stand in room 403. The trash can lid was broken with one side hanging down and not closing tightly in room 403. There was a crack in the grout between wall tiles in the corner of one stall (from floor to ceiling) in the Kindergarten girls' restroom.|
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