Description: Evergreen School is committed to a learning community where everyone can feel safe and be seen for who they truly are, where essential humanity and that of others shines through, where we are empowered to realize our fullest intellectual, emotional, and spiritual potentials. We want our children to learn to think, to love peace, and have a passion for self-chosen work done well, to respect and celebrate the individual spirit within all people of all ages, to value life, and to continue to love to learn. Respect is at the core of Montessori philosophy: respect for each individual, respect for life, and respect for the environment. Such respect, especially for each individual child, sets the stage for trusting relationships; trust is essential for growth and learning to take place. In our School, parents, teachers, and children work collaboratively for the benefit of all. Within this paradigm, learning and growth are viewed as synonyms with living; knowledge and knower are construed as inextricably bound. Learning is an ongoing, dynamic process of self-construction within a social context.
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 Noncompliances Found|
|Findings: Licensing Specialist observed a children's file with Part One Health Assessment incomplete. Facility shall review all files to ensure all children's files are maintained as required by OCC.|
|Findings: Licensing Specialist observed a cabinet missing knob and screw exposed accessible to children in room 13. Corrected at time of inspection.|
|Findings: Licensing Specialist observed no evidence of a wash cloth and gauze pad (large, thick size). Corrected at time of inspection.|
|Findings: Licensing Specialist observed a hand sanitizer accessible to children. Head of school made inaccessible to children during the inspection.|
|Findings: Licensing Specialist observed two uncapped electrical sockets accessible to children in care in room 22. Corrected during time of inspection.|
|Findings: Licensing Specialist observed prescription and non prescription medication for children not accompanied with a medication authorization form provided by the office. Facility must ensure to received the medication administration form before the center may administer medication.|
|Findings: Observed children of Room 13 in Room 23 for a music lesson. Room 23 is not listed on the license as an approved room. Submit written statement ensuring changes will not be implemented until written OCC approval is received. If Facility wants to use Room 23 and/or other rooms not currently approved, submit an approved fire inspection report with those rooms listed, fire evacuations floor plans, and a Changes in Child Care Facilities form. An inspection to measure rooms will be required before final OCC approval can be given.|
|Findings: Reviewed less than 12 hours of approved continued training for more than one teacher. Submit written statement when certificates for all teachers have been located and added to files.|
|Findings: Observed pumps of hand sanitizer in several rooms accessible. Make inaccessible.|
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