Lamoille Family Center Child Care Program - Morrisville VT Center Based Child Care and Preschool Program - Licensed Provider

480 Cady's Falls Road, Morrisville VT 05661
(802) 888-5229

About the Provider

Description: The program at the Lamoille Family Center serves up to 8 children from the age of 6 weeks to 2 years old. All eight of these spaces are considered "contracted" through the state of Vermont. This means that the children and family must meet TWO requirements before they may enter the program. This requirements include: Being determined eligible for 100% Child Care Financial Assistance. AND have a service need such as early intervention, family support, DCF involvement, Reach Up participant, teen parent or pregnant. Please call if you have more questions about this criteria.

Additional Information: Sibling Discount Available; Program Meals: Allergy Awareness, Initial License Date: 11/13/2005; 5 Star Early Childhood Program - Licensed Provider; Area Description: Fenced Yard, Smoke Free;

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 8
  • License Number: 3678
  • Age Range: Infant, Toddler
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Languages Supported: English, American Sign Language
  • Type of Care: Daytime, Full-Time
  • Schools Served: Morristown Elementary Schools
  • District Office: Vermont Child Care Consumer Line
  • District Office Phone: 1-800-649-2642 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Type Create Date Due Date Corrected Date Status
Violation 2015-05-26 2015-06-03 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: IIIC13i: Prior to admission, each child's file shall contain the following: a completed immunization form listing types and dates of immunizations. The immunization form must attest that the child has been immunized in accordance with the schedule of immunization determined by the Vermont Department of Health, or a statement which attests that: I. the child has not been immunized because the immunization is medically contraindicated, or II. the child has not been immunized because to do so would interfere with the child's or families moral or religious beliefs, or III. the child has been immunized according to the schedule except for specifically named immunizations listed in the statement. The statement shall attest that these immunizations will be given within a reasonable stated period of time. A child shall not receive care at the facility after the stated period of time has lapsed unless there is a written statement that the child has received all immunizations required by the schedule.
Violation 2015-05-26 2015-06-03 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: VF4: There shall be a sturdy, easily cleanable structure, of adequate height with a non-absorbent surface for diaper changing.
Violation 2015-05-26 2015-06-03 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: VS3: Surfaces accessible to children shall be smooth and easily cleanable and free of toxic materials.
Violation 2015-05-26 2015-06-03 Final
Regulation/Restriction: IIA3: "All staff counted in the staff child ratio shall meet the qualifications for one of the following positions: Master Teacher, Teacher, Teaching Associate, Teaching Assistant, or Trainee. Position Master Teacher Qualifications: Master's Degree in early childhood or in human child development or a related field and a minimum of two years (may be school years of experience if the experience is in a school) successful experience with the ages of children specified by the terms of the license or appropriate licensure from the Vermont Department of Education. Annual Professional Development Requirement: Minimum of 12 (clock) hours of Professional Development Activities which may be applied toward meeting the Master Teacher's Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP), as defined by the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services, the Local Standards Board or the Professional Standards Board of the Department of Education. Position: Teacher Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in early childhood or human child development or a related field - which includes one year (may be school year of experience if the experience is in a school) of successful experience with the ages of children specified by the terms of the license or appropriate licensure from the Vermont Department of Education. Annual Professional Development Requirement: Minimum of 12 (clock) hours of Professional Development Activities which may be applied toward meeting the Teachers Individual Professional Development plan (IPDP), as defined by the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services, the Local Standards Board, or the Professional Standards Board of the Department of Education. Position: Teaching Associate Qualifications: Associate Degree in early childhood or human child development or related field - or Child Development Associate (CDA) - or child care certificate from Community College of Vermont and two (2) years of successful experience with groups of young children - or child care professional certification certificate of completion from a human services program emphasizing child development early childhood education and approved by the State Board of Education - or three years of successful experience with groups of children and successful completion of four higher-education courses (minimum 12 credits) in topics related to early childhood education - or obtained a Certificate of Completion from the Registered Child Care Apprenticeship Program. Annual Professional Development Requirement: Minimum of 12 (clock) hours of Professional Development Activities, which may be applied toward meeting the Teaching Associate's Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP) Position: Teaching Assistant Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent, at least 18 years of age and completion of a 30 hour course in child development approved by the Division, or one higher education course (minimum 3 credits) in early childhood development to be successfully completed within one year of employment. Annual Professional Development Requirement: Minimum of 12 (clock) hours of Professional Development Activities, which may be applied toward meeting the Teaching Assistant's Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP). Position: Trainee Qualifications: At least 17 years of age and enrolled in or graduated from a human services program that emphasizes child development at technical center approved by the State Board of Education. "

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