Description: At our child day care center, we believe all children deserve to be loved, respected, and appreciated.
We value each child as an important and capable individual, and strive to create developmentally appropriate environments that stimulate children’s curiosity, while allowing children to learn through self-chosen play.
Since children at this stage of their development “learn by doing,” there are plenty of hands-on activities that can build a child’s self-reliance. Our staff foster a positive, non-sexist, non-violent and non-authoritarian, multi-cultural environment. Children are encouraged to express their feelings and needs verbally, and to respect those of others. We also help children build positive self-images. Each child is regarded as an individual, as is each parent.
We know that we are one of your child’s many teachers during their young lives, and we’d like to thank you for that opportunity. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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: After a review of 1 staff file, it was determined the following was lacking: Staff 1 (5/26/2016) had no documentation of the licensee's submission of the staff's Central Registry Background Clearance check and of the staff's Central Registry Background Clearance.|
|Findings: At the time of the inspection the school age roster in the school age room had 9 children marked present, but were actually not present at the facility. A staff stated the teacher forgot to mark the children out when they left for school earlier that morning.|
|Findings: At the time of the inspection the staff to child ratio in the Pre-K room was 0:1; there was one enrolled child observed alone in the Pre-K room.|
|Findings: On 11/27/2017, Staff 1 was alone in the Pre-K room with 12 enrolled children ages 4 to 9 years old. Staff 1 was responsible for sweeping the sand off the carpet while supervising the 12 enrolled children in the classroom.|
|Findings: Based on documentation obtained from the facility and the Phoenix police report, on 11/27/2017 Staff 1 was responsible for 12 enrolled children ages 4 to 9 years old in the Pre-K room. Staff 1 was sweeping sand off the carpet when Child 1 started acting aggressively toward the staff member. Staff 1 stated they quickly moved the broom toward Child 1 and a metal piece of the broom hit Child 1 in the face. Per the police report; Child 1 was observed to have multiple scratches on the left side of their face; a reddish mark on the right side of their face and their right upper lip was swollen after the incident.|
|Findings: Upon arrival at the facility on 2/1/2018, there was an open and unlocked closet in the school age room with bleach, floor cleaner and other various toxic chemicals that were accessible to the enrolled children.|
|Findings: There were brooms with metal handles accessible to the enrolled children in the school age and Pre-K rooms.|
|Findings: Upon arriving at the facility, the Team Leader observed an enrolled child alone and unsupervised in the Pre-K room.|
|Findings: In the 1/2's room, there were 2 washcloths, a green plastic tub and 2 children's sippy cups on the counter next to the diaper hand washing sink.|
|Findings: Upon arrival in the 2's room, the Team Leader observed a child getting their diaper changed. At the completion of the diaper change, the staff member did not ensure the child washed their hands. The child was observed playing with toys prior to washing their hands.|
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