Description: To provide a positive, safe, nurturing, stimulating and family-type environment by: Respecting the dignity of every child, parent, director and associate. Encouraging communication between children, parents and educators. Understanding the challenges of parenting in today’s society and the responsibility we have as caregivers in supporting parental roles. Serving as a resource to our families and the community on issues related to parenting and child development. Providing a developmentally appropriate educational curriculum. Promoting a relaxed, fun atmosphere where children are free to be creative and encouraged to pursue their individual talents.
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.
|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2021-05-03||251.07(2)(c)||Time-Out - Time Limit|
|Description: A teacher used a time-out with a child that exceeded the maximum amount of 3 minutes when a toddler was placed at a table to sit for approximately 30 minutes.|
|2021-05-03||251.07(2)(d)||Time-Out - Use With Children Under Age 3|
|Description: A time-out was given to a toddler under age two when time-outs are prohibited for children under three years of age.|
|2021-05-03||251.07(2)(e)1.||Prohibited Actions - Corporal Punishment|
|Description: A teacher used the prohibited action of corporal punishment when she roughly pushed a child that was on the floor with her foot to get him to move in to another room. She then lifted the child up to her shoulder and spanked his bottom.|
|2021-05-03||251.09(4)(a)5.||Infant & Toddler - Soiled Diapers Disposal|
|Description: The diaper disposal container was not hands-free when the foot pedal was not working and staff needed to lift the lid to dispose of diapers.|
|2020-03-12||251.055(1)(a)||Supervision Of Children|
|Description: Each child was not supervised by a child care worker when a 4-year-old child left the classroom and went upstairs to use a different bathroom without the knowledge of the teacher.|
|2020-01-14||251.04(3)(i)||Report - Unknown Whereabouts Or Left Premise|
|Description: The center did not report to the department within 24 hours after an incident where the teacher did not know the whereabouts of a child for several minutes when a child went to another classroom to use their bathroom.|
|2020-01-14||251.055(1)(a)||Supervision Of Children|
|Description: Each child was not closely supervised by a child care worker to guide the children's behavior and activities, prevent harm and assure safety when children were involved in inappropriate physical contact on 2 occasions. The incidents were self-reported by the center.|
|Description: During the licensing visit, one of the teachers in the infant room did not wash her hands after wiping a child's nose.|
|2019-06-06||251.06(11)(b)5.||Outdoor Play Space - Energy-Absorbing Surfaces|
|Description: There was not at least nine inches of energy absorbing surface under swings and slides and equipment at least 4 feet in height and in a fall zone 4 feet beyond when the pea gravel on the play ground measured at 3-5 inches in several areas.|
|2019-06-06||251.06(5)(a)||Condition Of Premises|
|Description: The tile floor was not in good repair and easily cleanable when there was a piece of missing tile on the floor in the infant room.|
|Description: There was deteriorating and chipping paint in the preschool room in several areas.|
|2019-06-06||251.07(4)(b)||Naps Or Rest Periods - Awake Children|
|Description: Children in the preschool room who were not sleeping during nap were allowed to bring materials back to their mats, but were not allowed to get up off their mat to do quiet activities in another area as required. Corrected during the visit.|
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