Our experts designed our classrooms - and every activity and lesson - to help prepare your child for success in school and beyond. With designated learning centers such as dramatic play and blocks in every classroom, children have the opportunity for rich social play and child-initiated discovery.
You’ll also find that our classrooms feature a print-rich environment full of carefully selected materials, written charts and labels, and children’s literature. By helping your child connect spoken words and print, we’re helping develop early literacy and writing skills.
Whether your child has first words or first grade on the horizon, we’re excited to show you how everything in our center is designed for learning!
Jessica Greenberg, Center Director
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|Date Cited||Date Abated||Regulation Number||Summary|
|2019-12-13||2020-02-12||3A:52-5.3(r)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
The center shall take any steps required by the Office of Licensing to correct conditions in the building or center that may endanger the health, safety, and well-being of the children served.
Violation Observed: Ensure the medication for the children in the center who require life sustaining medication is at the center when the children are present.
|2019-12-13||2020-02-12||3A:52-7.5(b)(10)||Administration and control of prescription and non-prescription medicines and health care procedures|
The center shall develop and follow a policy on the administration of medication and health care procedures to children, which shall include the following provisions: the center shall store prescribed epinephrine pens in their original boxes with the child’s name and prescription. A special care plan or other documentation from a health care provider shall accompany the epinephrine pen. If two epinephrine pens are required, both shall be available. Each center under the jurisdiction of N.J.S.A. 18A:40-12.5 shall store back-up epinephrine pens on site consistent with the requirements stated at N.J.S.A. 18A:40-12.5.e(1).
Violation Observed: Provide epi-pens for the children who have documented allergies that require an epi-pen.
Topics of orientation training shall include understanding center operations, policies and procedures, as specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-4.5(b)3.
Violation Observed: Based on information, retrain all staff on the center's policies and procedures for managing food allergies, including ensuring that the children are not given food and beverages with known allergens.
The center shall maintain on file a Staff Records Checklist designated by the Office of Licensing, as specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-4.1(b), indicating that the center has obtained documentation of the applicable staff education and experience, as specified in 3A:52-4.6(b) through (d).
Violation Observed: Ensure a current Staff Records Checklist is maintained at the center.
|2019-12-13||2020-02-12||3A:52-4.10(a)(1)||Child Abuse Record Information background check procedures|
The sponsor or sponsor representative, and each staff member shall complete a signed consent form provided by the Department that indicates the identifying information necessary to conduct a CARI background check, including the person’s name, address, date of birth, sex, race, and Social Security number. Pursuant to the Federal Privacy Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-579), the Department shall advise each such person that the disclosure of his or her Social Security number is voluntary, and that the Social Security number will only be used for the purpose of conducting a CARI background check.
Violation Observed: Ensure CARI's for 11 staff member are maintained at the center. As of 1/10/20, 1 CARI is outstanding.
|2019-12-13||2020-01-10||3A:52-4.11(a)(1)||Criminal History Record Information background check procedures|
As a condition of securing a license or Certificate of Life/Safety Approval, the sponsor or sponsor representative shall ensure that a Criminal History Record Information (CHRI) fingerprint background check is completed for himself or herself, and for all staff members at least 18 years of age who are or will be working at the center on a regularly- scheduled basis, to determine whether any such person has been convicted of a crime, as specified in P.L. 2000, c. 77 (N.J.S.A. 30:5B-6.10 to 6.17). The sponsor or sponsor representative and each staff member shall complete the electronic fingerprinting process through the vendor authorized by the State to conduct CHRI background checks through the Division of State Police in the Department of Law and Public Safety and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Violation Observed: Ensure the center obtains the 6 outstanding CHRI's and maintains them at the center.
|2019-01-30||2019-12-13||3A:52-5.3(l)(4)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
|Emergency procedure requirements are as follows: the center shall conduct two lockdown drills per year and maintain on file a record of each lockdown drill. The center shall ensure that lockdown drills are conducted during each session provided at the center.|
|2019-01-30||2019-05-24||3A:52-7.5(b)(10)||Administration and control of prescription and non-prescription medicines and health care procedures|
|The center shall develop and follow a policy on the administration of medication and health care procedures to children, which shall include the following provisions: the center shall store prescribed epinephrine pens in their original boxes with the child’s name and prescription. A special care plan or other documentation from a health care provider shall accompany the epinephrine pen. If two epinephrine pens are required, both shall be available. Each center under the jurisdiction of N.J.S.A. 18A:40-12.5 shall store back-up epinephrine pens on site consistent with the requirements stated at N.J.S.A. 18A:40-12.5.e(1).|
|2019-01-30||2019-10-04||3A:52-5.3(a)(16)(i)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
Indoor maintenance and sanitation requirements are as follows: walls shall be painted or otherwise covered whenever there is evidence of excessive peeling or chipped paint.
Violation Observed: Ensure the chair rails by the cots in room 4 are free of chipping wood and chipping paint.
|2019-01-30||2019-05-24||3A:52-5.3(a)(2)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
Indoor maintenance and sanitation requirements are as follows: floors, carpeting, walls, window coverings, ceilings, and other surfaces shall be kept clean and in good repair.
Violation Observed: Replace the stained ceiling tiles in rooms 1, 4 and 9.
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