Description: Little Kings and Queens Preschool nurtures emotional, social, physical and intellectual development in students through the power of play. We believe that children learn best in an environment which promotes exploration, creativity and learning experiences through play. We focus on three essential developmental building blocks: language, social and self-help skills.
We recognize each child as an individual with unique needs and different goals. We are dedicated to fulfilling these needs and facilitating goal attainment on an individual basis. Our goal is to nurture and encourage growth of the whole child to his or her greatest potential by providing a physically and emotionally safe, loving, caring and developmentally appropriate environment for each child.
Continuing education is really important to us. We continue to learn about the best practices of teaching through attending conferences, workshops and educational offerings on a regular basis.
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|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyors' observations, it was determined that 7 out of 25 enrolled children's Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record cards were incomplete and lacked the following required information: Child #1: The address of the child's father. Child #2: The date of the child 's enrollment, the name and address of the child's father, the contact telephone number of the child 's health care provider and the name of the individual to be contacted in case of injury or sudden illness of the child. Child #3: The contact number of the child's father. Child #4: The name, address and phone nu,ber of the child's mother. Child #5 and Child #7: The name and contact telephone number of the child 's health care provider. Child #6: The date of the child 's enrollment and the address of the child's father.|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyors' observations, it was determined that 4 out of 30 enrolled children's attendance forms were incomplete and lacked the following required information: Child #8, Child #9, Child #10 and Child #11: Release time and signature for 2/2/2018.|
|Findings: Based on Surveyor's observation and information provided by the staff at the time of the inspection, the trash can containing food waste was not covered in the preschool classroom.|
|Findings: The file for staff #3- date of employment- 1/22/2017 contained documentation indicating that the staff's Mantoux skin test was read on 1/24/2017. It was determined that the staff did not submit documentation of the staff's evidence of freedom from infectious active tuberculosis on or before the staff's starting date of employment.|
|Findings: One year room- The Surveyor observed 5 children present in the room at the time of the inspection but the roster had the names of only 4 children listed as present; and Two year old room- The Surveyor observed 11 children present in the room at the time of the inspection but the roster had the names of only 6 children listed as present.|
|Findings: During an inspection of the van, the Surveyor observed an unsecured fire extinguisher stored in a crate near the driver's seat and the extinguisher was accessible to children.|
|Findings: During an inspection of the one year old room, the Surveyor observed that the activity schedule was not posted.|
|Findings: During an inspection of the one year old room, the Surveyor observed that a lesson plan was not posted.|
|Findings: The Surveyor observed a wash cloth, a brush, a sponge, a phone charger, 2 mirrors and a cardboard box. stored on the diaper changing area in the 2 year old room.|
|Findings: During an inspection of the outdoor activity area, the Surveyor observed that the following outdoor equipment had various areas of bare wood that had rough or splintering wood on it: 1) Five foot long areas on the toddler play house; 2) A 3 foot long section of wood on the base of the rope climber; and 3) Both inside sections along the length of the slide in the preschool playground.|
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