Description: What makes our school so special? Imagine children having so much fun in school that they can’t wait to arrive each morning. The excitement of our preschoolers is the result of a team effort. Our teachers are enthusiastic about developing lifelong learners. They genuinely care about children, and have the sensitivity and knowledge to understand a child’s individual developmental needs and learning styles.
Our learning environment is built around children and their needs. It’s a place where children feel safe and ready to absorb what the world has to offer. Our classrooms feature well-equipped learning centers to allow hands-on practice of new skills in smaller groups. Outdoor time on our playground is built into every day’s schedule, weather permitting.
Nothing is more important than your child’s safety. We maintain records of those authorized to pick up each child. No child is released without proper authorization. All visitors to our school are greeted, asked to sign the Visitor Log and state the purpose of their visit. Picture identification is required from all unfamiliar visitors.
We know that parents play a critical role in their child's educational success and positive attitude toward learning. So, building and maintaining strong parent-teacher relationships is crucial to everything we do here. For children to get the best possible education, everyone needs to be involved. We’re proud that at our school, effective communication among parents, teachers and staff is a way of life.
After you've had the opportunity to review our website, please feel free to contact us to schedule a private tour. We look forward to meeting with you to gain an understanding of your child’s educational needs, and discussing how our school can meet them.
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.
|Findings: No evidence of fragrance free soap in the first aid supplies. Correct within 24 hours.|
|Findings: Missing evidence of the medication administration form and or the Asthma Action Plan form for two children in the child care center. Correct within 24 hours|
|Findings: Licensing Specialist reviewed the recording of the incident and the staff member was not supervising at all times appropriate to the individual age, needs, and capabilities of the children in care on that day. Correct within 24 hours.|
|Findings: No evidence of the procedure of ensuring the whereabouts of the child mentioned in the incident report. LS discussed with the director concerning this regulation and concerning all children in care. Correct within 24 hours. The regulation cited in the complaint was 13A.16.04.02A was not in the electronic inspection and therefore sited under this regulation.|
|Findings: The center did not report to the protective services agency, according to the incident report, what happened on May 16, 2018. Corrected on the same of reporting to OCC.|
|Findings: As reported, in the incident report, the child was not supervised at all times appropriate to the individual age, needs, and capabilities. Correct within 24 hours|
|Findings: LS entered classrooms 3 & 4 and upon entry the rooms felt chilled. LS place the thermometer on the floor in each room and the temperature was 58 degrees in room 3 and 60 in room 4. Ms. Kelly and Ms. Yasaman stated that the heat system broke down and the center is waiting for a part to repair. LS observed children in both rooms 3 & 4 and informed the director that the children can not be in these rooms until heat is repaired. The director stated that in the plan of action to combine rooms would cause other rooms to be over capacity and unsure what to do. LS redirected the director to the emergency disaster plan in addition to call the OCC when unsure what the next steps should be in any situation. Correct within 24 hours|
|Findings: LS discuss with the director concerning the incident of the child making their way outside the center should have called the other agency as required by law.|
|Findings: LS discussed with the director concerning that when a child has been identified as a runner that a plan of action be in place to provide supervision at all times.|
|Findings: It was determined that the child had issues of running out of the classroom and that one plan of action was the parent to sit with child for a period before leaving the center. On this incident the child was able to exit the music time classroom near the exit door of the building after the parent left. The child was able to press the exit button and exit the building to the sidewalk area. The music teacher and Ms. Williams was able to get to the child outside the exit door and bring back into the center. Correct plans have been set for this child at this inspection.|
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