Description: Choosing childcare is one of the toughest decisions a parent makes in the early years of parenthood. Despite all the research that a parent does to make certain that they are making the right decision, after all the checks and balances are performed, the choice often boils down to the gut feeling that you have when you feel that you are simply in the right place. When I started Magic Moments, the vision was rooted in the "extended family" concept. The primary principle behind this concept is the belief that together, Magic Moments and each family we serve, are committed to creating a better tomorrow for the children in our lives. While this may sound a bit idealistic, it is my belief that each day we are blessed with an opportunity to do just that, make each brighter that the day before. With this principle as our guiding light, we endeavor each day to create smiles, give hugs, and impart lessons that will serve our children for the road ahead. Many of the lessons that we teach our children come in the form of a structured curriculum that is supported by daily activities that help them to learn the concepts that they will need as they enter kindergarten. However, there are many lessons that are taught simply through daily living experiences that create "magic moments" where children learn how to become good citizens, create friendships and discover the infinite possibilities that exist within their imagination. Our job is to teach them how to transition dreams into reality. These moments are especially precious to me because in these moments we are making deposits into the lives of children that will touch generations to come. This is an honor that I treasure for I realize few people are afforded the opportunity to touch the future in this manner.
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.
|Findings: Three unqualified teachers observed supervising a group of children today, Ms. Matria Gasque, Room 1 with 3's and Ms. Tyasia Cole, Room 4 with Toddlers and Ms. Ladonna Lamb, Room 5A, Infants. Correct immediately.|
|Findings: Evidence of 45 hour infant and toddler course missing for teacher, LaDonna Lamb working in infant room 5A. Submit, correct immediately.|
|Findings: Several staff reported on form 1203, dated 1-22-2020 are missing evidence of required work experience. Correct immediately.|
|Findings: Several staff missing evidence of ADA approved training. Correct immediately.|
|Findings: Several staff missing evidence o 9 hours communication course. Correct immediately.|
|Findings: Several staff reported to the OCC on from 1203 dated 1-22-2020 are missing evidence of 6 semester hours or 90 hours of approved pre-service training for teacher position. Correct immediately.|
|Findings: Several new staff submitted on form 1203, dated 1-22-2020 are missing evidence of high school diploma to qualify them as a teacher. Submit immediately.|
|Findings: Center has no qualified director for the program yet. Correct immediately.|
|Findings: Five staff reported to the OCC on form 1203 on January 22, 2020 are missing evidence of a medical report. Submit immediately.|
|Findings: No verification on file today that six (6) new employees who filed 365 day forms with CJIS has been cleared yet (T. Cole, M. Gasque, L. Lamb, and D. Gates). M. Gasque and D. Gates were working together in room #1. Verify all background checks immediately.|
|Findings: Upon arrival at center, discarded paper trash and plastic bags observed on ground in right side of playground area. Clean up immediately. Corrected on site.|
|Findings: This specialist observed a toddler's sippy cup and plastic bibs lying in the hand washing sink which is supposed to be used exclusively for diapering. Corrected on site.|
|Findings: Center has one staff, Tyasia Cole, who was not reported to the OCC within 5 working days as required. Ms. Cole was hired in December, 2019, by the OCC did not received documentation until 1-23-2020.|
|Findings: No daily attendance sheets recorded in rooms 1, 2 or 6A (Tues, Wed, or Thursday). This was observed during walk thru of center between 9:40 am and 10:15 am. Center opens for care at 7:00 am. Corrected on site.|
|Findings: L. S. observed that neither the teacher or the toddlers napping in room 6A could be seen during naptime because the room was too dark. Teacher must be able to observe and assist the children in her care if needed. Correct immediately.|
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