Description: Little Learners philosophy is to help children grow and learn in a positive, caring atmosphere while building their self-esteem and confidence so they can grow up to be the best they can be. Our center meets or exceeds all guidelines and regulations set by the state. Our staff is chosen for their knowledge of early childhood, educational principles and the individual child.
Our educational component is planned weekly based upon units of concentration. Included are activities that incorporate the following: self-esteem, interaction with peers and adult communication skills, muscle development and outdoors, group and individual, directed and free activities.
Breakfast, lunch and evening snack is provided on a daily basis at 8:30, 11:30, and 2:30 respectively. Meals are prepared on premises. Posted menus reflect a 25-day cycle and are USDA approved. Meals are served in a modified family style. Tables, chairs and utensils are proportioned to the child.
Balanced activities, protection from fatigue, balanced meals and outdoor playtime are provided to promote the good health of your child. Each child is observed for symptoms of illness. In the event of your child’s illness, injury, or exposure to a communicable disease, you will be notified. Our staff is trained
in first aid and CPR/AED.
Our goal at Little Learners is to provide the best possible care for your child at an affordable rate.
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.
|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2019-11-07||251.04(2)(L)1.b.||Department Notices Posted|
|Description: The order dated 08/09/2019 was not posted in area visible to the parents.|
|2019-11-07||251.05(2)(a)4.d.||Staff Record - Educational Qualifications|
|Description: There was no documentation of qualifications on file for Staff A, on the Staff and Child ID Key, indicating she was qualified as a teacher.|
|2019-11-07||251.055(1)(b)||Supervision - Teacher Per Group Of Children|
|Description: Staff A, identified on the Staff and Child ID Key, who is not qualified as a teacher, was working as a Teacher in the 3-5 year old room.|
|Description: The outdoor space had peeling paint in areas accessible to children. The porch had paint peeling off in large sections.|
|2019-11-07||251.09(1)(k)||Infant & Toddler - Bedding|
|Description: An eight month old child was sleeping in a pack and play with a large, fluffy blanket untucked and near her face.|
|2019-07-30||251.05(3)(f)||Child Tracking Procedure|
|Description: Eleven children were observed in the 2-3 year old room; however, only eight children were signed in. Staff said three children from the upstairs, 3-5 year old room were brought downstairs for naptime. Staff said those three children would remain downstairs until both rooms joined outside after snack. Those three children were not signed in on the downstairs classroom roster used for tracking children. In the 3-5 year-old room, there were eleven children signed in but only eight children present.|
|2019-07-30||251.06(11)(b)5.||Outdoor Play Space - Energy-Absorbing Surfaces|
|Description: Nine inches of energy absorbing material was not present under the swings or within the fall zone.|
|2019-07-30||251.06(11)(b)6.||Outdoor Play Space - Potential Source Of Harm|
|Description: In the large outdoor play space, the wood around the sandbox is splintering. There are several areas where weeds are present. In the Infant/Toddler space, the fabric surrounding play equipment is not adhered and causes a trip hazard. There are tall weeds growing throughout the infant/toddler play space.|
|2019-07-30||251.06(2)(a)||Potential Source Of Harm On Premises|
|Description: At the main front entrance, the top step metal threshold is loose and raised, causing a tripping hazard. The electrical cord for a radio placed on a shelf in the infant/toddler classroom is hanging within children's reach, posing a hazard if a child were to pull on the cord.|
|2019-07-30||251.06(4)(d)||Exits & Passageways - Unobstructed, Minimum Width|
|Description: The outside stairs leading down from the emergency exit of the upstairs classroom were obstructed by a large exercise ball at the bottom of the steps. The emergency exit leading out of the kitchen was obstructed by pots and pans in front of the door, both inside and outside. The emergency exit upstairs was obstructed by a sleeping child and a bean-bag chair.|
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