Happy Campers at John Knox - Tulsa OK Child Care Center

2929 E. 31ST STREET , TULSA OK 74105
(918) 742-7656
2 Reviews

About the Provider

Description: Happy Campers at John Knox is a Child Care Center in TULSA OK, with a maximum capacity of 150 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of 0 - 11 Months, 12 - 23 Months, 2 Years, 3 Years, 4 Years, 5 Years, 6 Years and Older. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information: Rated 2 Stars.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: K830053645
  • Capacity: 150
  • Age Range: 0 - 11 Months, 12 - 23 Months, 2 Years, 3 Years, 4 Years, 5 Years, 6 Years and Older
  • State Rating: 2
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: Daytime Hours
  • Transportation: Field Trips
  • District Office: Oklahoma Dept of Human Services - Child Care Services
  • District Office Phone: (918) 530-9054 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)
  • Licensor: Jenny Deckard

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Inspection/Report History

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Date Type/Purpose Corrections
2021-06-25 Complaint
Partial Inspection
Description: No non-compliances observed
2021-06-23 340:110-3-283(d)
Substantiated Complaints
Plan: Mailed to Program - Due to Licensing by September 13, 2021.
Description: Prohibited Personnel (serious): Staff are required to come in to work when they are sick, exposing the illness to children and risking children's health.
2021-06-23 340:110-3-300(h)(1)
Substantiated Complaints
Plan: Mailed to Program - Due to Licensing by September 13, 2021.
Description: Temperature Indoors (serious): Program was open and had children in care when the heat was not working for multiple consecutive days.
2021-06-23 340:110-3-279(g)(1)
Determined During Course of Investigation Complaints
Plan: Mailed to Program - Due to Licensing by September 13, 2021.
Description: Additional Non-Compliance Found During Investigation: Drills - Monthly Drills have not been completed at the program.
2021-06-23 340:110-3-280(a)(1)(K)
Determined During Course of Investigation Complaints
Plan: Mailed to Program - Due to Licensing by September 13, 2021.
Description: Additional Non-Compliance Found During Investigation: Reporting - Program did not report to Licensing an incident involving a child leaving the program.
2021-06-23 340:110-3-287(a)
Determined During Course of Investigation Complaints
Plan: Mailed to Program - Due to Licensing by September 13, 2021.
Description: Additional Non-Compliance Found During Investigation: Supervision (serious) - Staff was unaware a child in their class got outside the fence of the outdoor play area.
2021-06-23 340:110-3-298(b)(4)
Determined During Course of Investigation Complaints
Plan: Mailed to Program - Due to Licensing by September 13, 2021.
Description: Additional Non-Compliance Found During Investigation: Nutrition - Milk is not being served daily during meals.
2021-06-07 Periodic
Full Inspection
Plan: Director will purchase new trash containers with lids for the classrooms. For future compliance, Director will ensure lids are placed on the trash containers.
Correction Date: 2021-06-09
Description: 340:110-3-304(h)(1)(A) - containing soiled diapers or disposable training pants or food waste, are leak-proof, non-absorbent, and covered with tight-fitting lids when not in continuous use;

Trash containers in 2 classrooms containing food waste did not have a lid.

2021-06-07 Periodic
Full Inspection
Plan: Director emailed the parent during the visit to request a copy. For future compliance, Director will ensure immunizations are in the file prior to start date.
Correction Date: 2021-06-09
Description: 340:110-3-281.4(b)(6) - Immunization records. An immunization record or exemption is obtained prior to the first day of attendance and is updated when the child receives additional vaccines.

One child's record that were reviewed did not have immunization record on file.

2021-04-02 Complaint
Partial Inspection
Description: No non-compliances observed
2021-02-25 Periodic
Full Inspection
Plan: Director will instruct staff to have parents complete new and current permission forms. For future compliance, Director will instruct staff to not administer medication until permission is obtained.
Correction Date: 2021-03-05
Description: 340:110-3-295(c) - Parent permission. Parent permission is obtained prior to administering the medication. Documentation is maintained per OAC 340:110-3-281.4(b).

9 diaper creams had no medication permission on file and have been applied to children.

2021-02-25 Periodic
Full Inspection
Plan: Director will instruct staff to relabel the diaper creams. Director will ask staff to check the labeling each week.
Correction Date: 2021-02-25
Description: 340:110-3-295(f)(2) - labeled with the child's full name;

One unlabeled diaper cream and 9 diaper creams not labeled with child's full name.

2021-02-25 Periodic
Full Inspection
Plan: Director will instruct staff to label with child's full name. Director will ask staff to check the labeling each week.
Correction Date: 2021-02-25
Description: 340:110-3-298(f)(5) - Bottle-feeding. Bottles are labeled with the child's full name.

3 bottles in the infant classroom was not labeled with the child's full name.

2021-02-25 Periodic
Full Inspection
Plan: Director is requesting for the Owner to refill the mulch on the playground. Director will check monthly to make sure the impact material is sufficient.
Correction Date: 2021-03-08
Description: 340:110-3-301(c)(11)(B)(i)(I) - are maintained at a depth of at least six inches by replacing, leveling, or raking. In addition, rubber mulch, EWF, and any other loose-fill material that is tested by the American Society for Testing and Materials International (ASTM) must comply with ASTM impact attenuation and EWF guidelines;

Toddler playground does not have 6 inches of impact material.

2021-02-25 Periodic
Full Inspection
Plan: Director is going to print new list to include child's full name. Director will ensure it is current at all times.
Correction Date: 2021-02-25
Description: 340:110-3-281.1(i)(7) - Allergies. The program posts known food and life-threatening allergies, the child's full name, and location of any life-threatening condition medications for children present in classroom(s), when exposure could potentially occur while in care. To protect confidentiality, the item is posted in a location or manner, such as with a cover sheet, so only personnel can read it. Item is paper only.

Only child's first name was listed on the allergy list.

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Reviews

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Someone who cares Aug 06, 2021
I am an employee

The teacher do a great job taking care of the children. It’s the management that feels like your back in high school where everyone walks on eggshells because of the school bully. Totally unprofessional with staff. She talks bad about everyone (parents, staff and owner). She intimidates staff into coming to work sick. There is no empathy. The philosophy is teachers are a dime a dozen. I could go days without talking to her. When she walks by the classroom she doesn’t acknowledge teachers with hellos or good mornings. In the 35+years I’ve been teaching this has to be the worst place I’ve ever worked.

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Emma Sep 01, 2018
I have used this provider for more than 6 months

DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD HERE. the owner Cindy, and the directors Sidney and Kori at the cockroach infested John Knox location are 3 of the most unprofessional and unethical people I have ever met or worked with in my life. They do not care about the well being of your child, only the money from their high tuition that supposedly pays for their very poor curriculum. They are judgmental and will say things implying you as a parent does not care about your child. If you come to them with complaints, they will turn it around on you some how. My child came home with claw marks on his back daily, a new injury all the time, and when he was younger he would come home covered in feces. They will not accommodate any needs you may have. This school is awful. Check the DHS rating, they’re rated a 2 and there’s a reason for that. Don’t waste your time or money by sending your kid here. Pathetic excuse of a child care facility. 

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