Description: The Mary Elizabeth Preschool is a magical, wholesome place for 3-5. We believe social development, by promoting independence, self confidence and respect for others, is as important as the academic curriculum. We offer a perfect blend of academic and imaginative play emphasizing patience, proactive teaching addressing social skills before conflicts arise and have a genuine love of children. The Mary Elizabeth is a leader in the field of child development. Being a part of the Mary Elizabeth is unhurried, slows life down for children and reminds us of the importance of children and reminds us of the importance of imaginative play in a world that simply moves too fast. Your child will be free to take risks, gain independence, be creative and explore the many situations set up throughout the year at our school. The energy and enthusiasm you feel when you enter the Mary Elizabeth makes you never want to leave! Some of the opportunities your child will experience at MEP are field trips to apple orchards, farms, trips to the Flynn, sugaring, Smugglers Notch, hiking, dressing up for a tea party, lots of singing for performances and public speaking, working in different areas set up for exploration, being part of a local nature program and growing a garden are just a few of the activities your child will experience at MEP.
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|Type||Create Date||Due Date||Corrected Date||Status|
|Regulation/Restriction: 22.214.171.124: Staff shall use positive methods of guidance and behavior management that encourage self-control, self-direction, self-esteem and cooperation.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 126.96.36.199: The licensee shall not represent or give the impression that the CBCCPP and its services are other than as defined by the license certificate and the limitations of these regulations.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 188.8.131.52: Written permission from each child's parent shall be obtained prior to the child engaging in swimming or wading activities. This written permission shall be retained in each child's file.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 184.108.40.206: When children twenty-four (24) months of age and older are napping, at least one (1) staff member shall supervise each group of sleeping children. When children are sleeping, staff shall be positioned to allow for visual supervision of the children.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 220.127.116.11: The licensee shall ensure that all staff have met ongoing background check requirements by submitting at least once every five (5) years a Records Check Authorization form to the Division and as required shall submit to fingerprinting.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 3.7.3: Emergency Preparedness Training: Within 365 days of opening a CBCCPP, the licensee shall attend emergency preparedness training which shall include content specifically related to sheltering in place in the event of an emergency in which the licensee and children present need to remain in the CBCCPP for an extended period.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 5.1.2: General Health Examinations: Within forty-five (45) days of enrollment, the licensee shall obtain documentation of the child's age appropriate well care exam from the parent. Documentation shall include information regarding any health conditions and medications that may impact the care of the child.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 5.1.4: The licensee shall submit a Vermont Child Care Immunization Report at least once every 365 days to the Vermont Department of Health, Immunization Office as required by 18 V.S.A. SS 1120 - 1129.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 3.3.5: The licensee, staff, and auxiliary staff shall be trained in prevention, identification and mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect.|
|Regulation/Restriction: 18.104.22.168: The licensee shall maintain a record of the date of each evacuation drill as required in the rules in section 3.7.2 of these regulations that includes the number of children and staff evacuated, time taken to evacuate, and notation of the drill conducted while children were sleeping or resting. Evacuation records shall be kept for two (2) years.|
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