Kidzco-childcare & Preschool - Tucson AZ CHILD CARE CENTER

(520) 886-5437
2 Reviews

About the Provider

Description: The KidzCo Early Learning Center provides child care for children ages one month to 12 years at three different locations in Tucson, Arizona. Our learning center is clean and safe for your children, with a staff of trained professionals with more than 10 years of child care and educational experience. We believe children learn through the magic of play and develop through group activities. You and your children receive more one-on-one interaction at our small, local facility than at the larger, corporate ones. To suit your family’s budget, we also offer competitive pricing. Every child is unique, and we believe that success and growth come from encouragement and praise. Our teachers focus on building every child’s self-esteem and confidence through positive feedback and rewards. We nurture their natural strengths. A child sees the world around them with wonder and awe, and we believe in encouraging their natural curiosity.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: CDC-15217
  • Capacity: 105
  • Age Range: Ones; Twos; Three to Five; School-Age
  • Rate Range $155-$70
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Current License Issue Date: Dec 01, 2018
  • Current License Expiration Date: Nov 30, 2021
  • District Office: ADHS Division of Licensing Services
  • District Office Phone: (602) 364-2539 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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.

Survey Date Date Corrected Rule/Statute Title
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 2 R9-5-203.D.1-2
Findings: Surveyor 2 noted that Staff 1's file lacked documentation that their existing fingerprint clearance card was verified with DPS upon hire.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 2 R9-5-203.E.
Findings: Based on review of staff files Surveyor 2 noted the following: -Staff 1's file lacked documentation that DCS Submittal requirements had been met. -Staff 2's file lacked documentation that DCS Submittal requirements had been met.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 article 3 R9-5-304.C.
Findings: The Surveyors noted that the facility is using electronic versions of the Emergency, Information and Immunization Record (EIIR) cards for the emergency binder. When viewing the electronic versions, Child 1 did not have a record, and the records for Child 2 and Child 3 were corrupted, and not able to view.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 article 3 R9-5-306.A.1.
Findings: Based on review of sign in and sign out documents Surveyor 1 noted the following: -Child 4 was signed out without a signature on 11/05/2020, and was signed in without a signature on 11/17/2020. -Child 5 was not signed in on 11/03/2020. -Child 6 was not signed out on 11/11/2020 or on 11/12/2020.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 4 R9-5-402.A.1-12
Findings: Surveyor 2 noted that Staff 1's file only documented contact with one reference upon hire.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 4 R9-5-403.B.1.
Findings: Surveyor 2 noted that Staff 2 completed six of the required eighteen or more hours of annual training between the period of 12/19/2018 and 12/19/2019.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 article 4 R9-5-404.E.1.2.
Findings: There were three staff members on the premises when Surveyors first arrived, and each one was needed to maintain staff-to-child ratios in the three classrooms, leaving no additional staff onsite to perform administrative duties, food service, cleaning, etc. Upon arriving, the Surveyors had to call the main facility phone in order to get the security code required to gain access from the office into the main hallway, as nobody was available to open the door for Surveyors. Additionally, the Surveyors were not able to gain access to some of the licensing documents that were located in the front office until a fourth staff member returned from their break.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 article 5 R9-5-501.C.5.a-k.
Findings: Surveyor 1 noted that the posted lesson plan in the Two's Classroom was not for the current week, it was dated for the week of November 08, 2020.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 article 5 R9-5-509.C.14
Findings: Based on review of EIIR cards Surveyor 2 noted the following: -Child 7's modified diet was not posted as required. -Child 8's modified diet posting included only 2 of the 3 items documented on their EIIR card.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 6 R9-5-603.E.1.2.
Findings: Surveyor 1 noted that the sand within the fall zones of the tan slides did not meet the minimum 6 inch depth. A measuring tool was used to verify that the sand was 2 inches deep.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 6 R9-5-605.B.6.
Findings: Surveyor 1 noted that there was an unused electrical outlet that was not covered near the hallway door in the Two's Classroom.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 6 R9-5-605.B.10.
Findings: Surveyor 1 noted that exhaust fan switch is not accessible for the restroom located in the Two's Classroom, it is only accessible from the restroom located in the Classroom next door.
2020-11-19 2020-12-03 Article 1 ARS 36-883.02. C.3.
Findings: Surveyor 2 noted that Staff 1's Criminal History Affidavit was not complete, question #3 was not answered.
2020-05-20 2020-05-26 Article 2 R9-5-203.B.1-2
Findings: Based on review of staff files the Surveyor noted that Staff 1's file did not contain a copy of their fingerprint clearance card as required. The Surveyor was able to verify via the DPS website that the card was valid during the inspection using a copy of the application that was in the file.
2019-11-26 2019-12-02 article 3 R9-5-301.I.
Findings: Based on review of fire drill documents Surveyor 2 noted that a fire and emergency evacuation drill was not conducted for the month of December 2018.

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DarrylEvans Jul 11, 2013

Amazing daycare,
My son has been going here for years. They are always there for me and they have always gone out of their way to make life easier on me. I have a child with developmental delays and they not only are fully capable of taking care of him, but they also make sure he is included in all activities, and that the other kids play nicely with him.

Thank you to the staff of Kidzco,

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Brady Coleman May 12, 2013

Three of my children attend school at KidzCo. It is a blessing to have my children in such a well maintained facility. The staff are friendly and treat my children as if they were theirs. This facility is one of the best in Tucson!

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