First Baptist Children's Ministry - Lincolnton NC Five Star Center License

(704) 735-9572

About the Provider

Description: FIRST BAPTIST CHILDREN'S MINISTRY is a Five Star Center License in LINCOLNTON NC, with a maximum capacity of 250 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of 0 through 12. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: Five Star Center License

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 5555052
  • Capacity: 250
  • Age Range: 0 through 12
  • State Rating: 5
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • District Office: North Carolina Dept of Health and Human Services - Division of Child Development
  • District Office Phone: (919) 662-4499 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Date Type Violations Rule
2023-08-21 Unannounced Inspection Yes
2023-08-21 Violation 871 10A NCAC 09 .0606(a)
Center staff did not comply with the safe sleep policy. In space #2L, one infant was observed asleep in a crib on his stomach at 2:55pm and the initial sleep position and the time the infant was laid in the crib was not recorded on the safe sleep visual check chart. Staff stated the infant fell asleep at 2:45pm. Documentation was not available to confirm whether the child was placed on their back to sleep.
2023-03-06 Unannounced Inspection Yes
2023-03-06 Violation 106 10A NCAC 09 .0304(a)
Operator has not scheduled and obtained a fire inspection within 12 months of the previous inspection. Operator did not submit the original approved report to DCDEE within one week of the inspection visit on a form provided by the Division. The most recent fire inspection was completed on February 25, 2022.
2023-03-06 Violation 125 10A NCAC 09 .0302(d)(4)
Daily records of arrival and departure times for children enrolled at the center were not maintained as children arrive and depart and/or were not made available for review. One child was not signed out on February 24, 2023. Two children were not signed out on February 17, 2023.
2023-03-06 Violation 533 15A NCAC 18A .2804(d)
Breast milk, formula and other bottled beverages including sippy cups, sent from child's home were not fully prepared, dated, and labeled for the appropriate child. In space #1L, bottles for two infants were labeled with the child's name but were not labeled with the date. The Co-Director labeled the bottles with the date during the visit.
2023-03-06 Violation 805 .0604(t); .0302(d)(5)
Fire drills were not practiced monthly and/or the drill record was incomplete. A fire drill was not conducted in October 2022.
2023-03-06 Violation 840 .2820(b)
All corrosive agents, pesticides, bleaches, detergents, cleansers, polishes, any product which is under pressure in an aerosol dispenser, and any substance which may be hazardous to a child if ingested, inhaled, or handled were not stored in a locked room or cabinet. In space #3L, three bottles of essential oils with multiple safety warnings were observed in an unlocked cabinet accessible to children. The Co-Director removed the essential oils from the classroom to locked storage during the visit.
2023-03-06 Violation 842 10A NCAC 09 .0803(1)(a & b)
A drug or medication was administered without written authorization and/or instructions from a child's parent or authorized health professional. In space #3L, Aquaphor was administered to a child without written authorization from the parent.
2023-03-06 Violation 843 10A NCAC 09 .0803(1)(d)
A drug or medicine was administered after its expiration date. In space #3L, one tube of Aquaphor expired on August 31, 2022.
2023-03-06 Violation 849 .0803(12)
Leftover medicines were not returned to the parent after the course of treatment was completed, after authorization was withdrawn or after authorization had expired and/or medication was not discarded within 72 hours of completion of treatment or withdrawal of authorization. In space #4L, the medication permission form for one tube of Aquaphor expired on 11/30/2022. In space #4/5U, emergency medication permission for Auvi-Q expired on 2/28/2023.
2023-03-06 Violation 852 .0802 (e)
Incident reports were not completed each time a child was injured, it did not include all the information required in rule, it was not signed by the parent and/or it was not maintained in the child's file. One incident report dated 9/14/2022, for one child enrolled on 1/3/2022, did not include a staff's signature. One incident report dated 10/28/2022, for one child enrolled on 1/3/2022, did not include the time parents were contacted and by whom.
2023-03-06 Violation 853 .0802(g)(1-6)
Incident logs were not completed and maintained as required. Incident Reports dated 8/5/2022 and 11/30/2022, for one child enrolled on 1/3/2022, were not recorded on the Incident Log.
2023-03-06 Violation 1034 .0701(a)
All staff, including the director, did not have an annual health questionnaire on file following the initial medical statement. One staff employed on 2/28/2022, did not complete the annual Health Questionnaire until 3/6/2023.
2023-03-06 Violation 1035 .0701(a)
Child care providers, including the director, uncompensated providers, substitute providers, and volunteers did not have the required Emergency Information Form on file on or before the first day of work, which included all the required information and/or the information on the form was not updated as changes occur and at least annually. One staff employed on 2/28/2022, did not complete the annual Emergency Information document until 3/6/2023.

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