First Years Child Care - Lonoke AR Child Care Center

206 WAGGONER, LONOKE AR 72086
(501) 676-3399
1 Review

About the Provider

Description: FIRST YEARS CHILD CARE is a Child Care Center in LONOKE AR, with a maximum capacity of 71 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant/Toddler; Preschool; School Age; . The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: 1 Stars Better Beginnings;

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 71
  • License Number: 7900
  • Age Range: Infant/Toddler; Preschool; School Age;
  • Rate Range Infant 0 to 18 Months $14.50 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $18.00 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $21.50 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $12.50 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $16.50 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $20.50 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Toddler 30 to 36 Months $20.50 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Preschool 30 to 72 Months $10.50 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    Preschool 30 to 72 Months $14.00 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Preschool 30 to 72 Months $18.00 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    School Age 60 to 156 Months $13.50 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    School Age 60 to 156 Months $17.00 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    School Age 60 to 156 Months $9.00 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    Over Age 13 156 to 216 Months $13.50 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Over Age 13 156 to 216 Months $17.00 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Over Age 13 156 to 216 Months $9.00 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: School Age, Preschool , Infant / Toddler
  • District Office: 100 Park St., Lonoke AR-72086
  • District Office Phone: (501) 676-5643 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)
  • Licensor: Debra Mantione (Debra.Mantione@dhs.arkansas.gov)

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Inspection/Report History

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Visit/Complaint Date Type Details
2019-07-15 Facility Visit 1000.1003.9.An individually labeled crib or safe playpen with a waterproof mattress shall be provided for each child less than 12 months of age. A bassinet shall not be used. (Please note that the CPSC does not recommend the use of playpens in licensed child care.)
1100.1101.12.Medicine shall be kept out of the reach of the children when dispensing and shall be stored in a locked area at all other times.
700.702.10.Bottles and sippy cups shall be labeled with the childs name and shall be refrigerated.
800.801.1.Child care centers shall comply with the Minimum Requirements of the currently adopted Arkansas Fire Prevention Code as administered by local fire department or by the State Fire Marshal, who has final authority. Written verification of annual approval shall be maintained on file. (Note that the State and Local Fire Codes may not allow the use of basements or floors above ground level by children, first grade and younger, unless there is a ground level exit.)
2019-02-21 Facility Visit 300.301.2.a.The following staff child ratios shall be maintained: Ages of Children Number of Staff Number of Children Birth 18 months 1 5
300.301.2.b.The following staff child ratios shall be maintained: Ages of Children Number of Staff Number of Children 18 months 36 months 1 8
2018-12-11 Facility Visit 300.301.2.b.The following staff child ratios shall be maintained: Ages of Children Number of Staff Number of Children 18 months 36 months 1 8
300.301.4.Infants and toddlers shall not be mixed with preschool children, except as listed in the following requirement.
600.603.1.g.Staff records may be maintained off site, unless otherwise noted, and shall contain the following:Initiation of Criminal Record Checks and Central Registry Checks and the results obtained when received
2018-08-20 Facility Visit 1000.1003.2.Infants/toddlers shall be placed in age appropriate cribs, cots, or mats meeting CPSC standards, for when they fall asleep. (Note: Also, any items used in the crib must be used according to manufacturer guidelines, regardless if the child is sleeping or not, in accordance with 1001.1).
2017-03-30 Facility Visit No Violations Cited
2017-02-23 Facility Visit 1000.1001.5.Safety straps shall be used at all times in high chairs or any other seats designed to be used with straps.
1000.1003.2.Infants/toddlers shall be placed in age appropriate cribs, cots, or mats meeting CPSC standards, for when they fall asleep. (Note: Also, any items used in the crib must be used according to manufacturer guidelines, regardless if the child is sleeping or not, in accordance with 1001.1).
1100.1107.2.a.There shall be a safe diaper changing table that meets the following requirements:Impervious (non-absorbent) smooth surfaces that do not trap soil and are easily disinfected
400.401.16.a.The use of television, DVDs, video cassettes, and computer/video games and other screen time activities shall meet the following requirements; Shall be prohibited for children younger than two years of age. (The use of DVDs or other video programs for any activities with this age group would have to be approved through an alternative compliance request.)
2016-02-29 Facility Visit 1100.1107.2.a.There shall be a safe diaper changing table that meets the following requirements:Impervious (non-absorbent) smooth surfaces that do not trap soil and are easily disinfected
600.603.1.a.Staff records may be maintained off site, unless otherwise noted, and shall contain the following:Name, date of birth, address and telephone number
700.702.3.Infant bottles and food shall be prepared and heated in an area separate from the diaper changing area.
900.909.1.There shall be use zones and protective surfacing under and around all equipment that is over 18 in height at the highest accessible point. The highest accessible point is defined as the highest surface on the piece of equipment where children would stand or sit when the equipment is being used as intended. Use zones shall extend a minimum of 6 in all directions (unless otherwise specified) from the perimeter of the equipment. (Playground equipment that is between 18 inches and 24 inches at the highest accessible point and that was installed prior to the enforcement date of this revision is allowable without protective surfacing, as long as it meets all other requirements.)

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Reviews

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concerned parent Mar 09, 2011

My child has been having a lot of "accidents" lately, and the teacher claims to never see anything happening.

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