Nessas Learning Center - Wynne AR Child Care Center

328 HOLT ST., WYNNE AR 72396
(870) 238-4691

About the Provider

Description: NESSAS LEARNING CENTER is a Child Care Center in WYNNE AR, with a maximum capacity of 19 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant/Toddler; . The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 19
  • License Number: 24841
  • Age Range: Infant/Toddler;
  • Rate Range Infant 0 to 18 Months $15.50 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $18.50 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $25.00 per day (Night Care)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $25.00 per day (Weekend)
    Infant 0 to 18 Months $9.50 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $14.00 per day (3 to 5 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $18.50 per day (5 to 10 Hours)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $25.00 per day (Night Care)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $25.00 per day (Weekend)
    Toddler 18 to 36 Months $9.50 per day (Less Than 3 Hours)
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: Infant / Toddler
  • District Office: 1200 E. Broadway, Forrest City AR-72336
  • District Office Phone: (870) 261-6674 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)
  • Licensor: Dorothy Hill-Williams (Dorothy.Hill-Williams@dhs.arkansas.gov)

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Inspection/Report History

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Visit/Complaint Date Type Details
2017-01-18 Facility Visit 1200.1201.1.a.Within 30 days of licensure and within 30 days of any change or modification of the floor plan, the facility shall file a copy of their floor plan with the local Office of Emergency Management including the following ( 20-78-228 Act 1159 of 2013):A schematic drawing of the facility and property used by the child care facility including the configuration of rooms, spaces and other physical features of the building
1200.1201.22.The facility shall maintain smoke detectors/fire extinguishers as required by the Fire Department. Smoke detectors shall be kept in working order at all times.
2016-09-26 Facility Visit 1200.1201.2.The facility shall have a written plan detailing the procedures to follow in the event of emergencies (fires, floods, tornadoes, utility disruptions, bomb threats, etc.) (Act 801 of 2009). The plan and procedures are required for emergencies that could cause structural damage to the facility, be identified as a threat by the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management or pose a health and/or safety hazard to the children and staff.
1200.1201.6.f.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:If applicable, the facility shall provide a crib with evacuation casters or equivalent that will provide one (1) bed for every six (6) infants, twelve (12) months and younger, that may be used for the safe evacuation of the infants.
400.401.12.The facility shall distribute materials developed or approved by the Department of Health on prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome to all parents of infants, upon enrollment. Written documentation of receipt of this information by each parent, with a signature, shall be placed in the childs file. (Carters Law, Act 1208 of 2013)
800.801.12.a.Carbon monoxide detectors shall be placed in facilities according to manufacturers recommendations if one of the following situations applies: Facilities using wood, propane, natural gas or any other product as a heat source that can produce carbon monoxide indoors or in an attached garage.
2016-08-03 Facility Visit 100.109.1.b.The following persons shall be required to have their background reviewed through an Arkansas Child Maltreatment Central Registry Check. A check or money order for $10.00 made out to Department of Human Services (DHS) must be attached to each form.Staff members and applicants for At application or within 10 days of hire/start date and every two years thereafter employment in a child care facility
1100.1101.11.d.A first aid supply shall be kept out of reach of the children. A first aid kit containing medications shall be locked. This kit shall include the following: Roll of gauze bandages
1100.1101.17.Garbage and soiled diapers shall be kept in closed containers. Garbage and trash shall be removed from the center daily and from the grounds at least once a week.
1100.1101.22.A roster shall be maintained on infants and toddlers who have not completed the minimum immunization requirements and parents shall be notified of the needed immunization(s).
1200.1201.2.The facility shall have a written plan detailing the procedures to follow in the event of emergencies (fires, floods, tornadoes, utility disruptions, bomb threats, etc.) (Act 801 of 2009). The plan and procedures are required for emergencies that could cause structural damage to the facility, be identified as a threat by the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management or pose a health and/or safety hazard to the children and staff.
1200.1201.5.Written procedures and evacuation diagrams for emergency drills shall be posted in each classroom.
1200.1201.6.a.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:Monthly
1200.1201.8.a.The facility shall maintain an evacuation pack that shall be taken on all drills and during actual emergency evacuations. The pack shall be easily accessible in an emergency and all staff shall know the location of the pack. The evacuation pack shall include, but is not limited to the following:List of emergency numbers
600.602.1.e.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Verification of required Child Care Liability Insurance
600.602.1.o.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Procedures for reporting suspected licensing violations
600.603.1.f.Staff records may be maintained off site, unless otherwise noted, and shall contain the following:Documented training or continuing education; i.e., orientation, in-service training, and workshop documentation, which shall include title of workshop, presenter, hours of training and date
600.604.1.h.The child care facility shall maintain a record for each child in care which shall be on site. Records for children no longer enrolled may be maintained off site. Childrens records shall contain the following information:An authorized record of up-to-date immunizations or documentation of a religious, medical or philosophical exemption from the Arkansas Department of Health (Updated immunization schedules will be provided as changes are received from the Arkansas Department of Health.)
700.702.2.Feedings for all children up to twelve (12) months of age shall be documented by the caregiver and available for review by the parent. This documentation shall continue for all children older than twelve (12) months of age who are still being given bottles.
2016-07-13 Facility Visit 100.109.1.b.The following persons shall be required to have their background reviewed through an Arkansas Child Maltreatment Central Registry Check. A check or money order for $10.00 made out to Department of Human Services (DHS) must be attached to each form.Staff members and applicants for At application or within 10 days of hire/start date and every two years thereafter employment in a child care facility
1000.1001.5.Safety straps shall be used at all times in high chairs or any other seats designed to be used with straps.
1000.1003.13.Crib bedding shall be changed daily or more frequently when wet or soiled.
1100.1101.11.d.A first aid supply shall be kept out of reach of the children. A first aid kit containing medications shall be locked. This kit shall include the following: Roll of gauze bandages
1100.1101.12.Medicine shall be kept out of the reach of the children when dispensing and shall be stored in a locked area at all other times.
1100.1101.22.A roster shall be maintained on infants and toddlers who have not completed the minimum immunization requirements and parents shall be notified of the needed immunization(s).
1200.1201.17.All bags belonging to children shall be checked on arrival to eliminate possible hazards.
1200.1201.2.The facility shall have a written plan detailing the procedures to follow in the event of emergencies (fires, floods, tornadoes, utility disruptions, bomb threats, etc.) (Act 801 of 2009). The plan and procedures are required for emergencies that could cause structural damage to the facility, be identified as a threat by the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management or pose a health and/or safety hazard to the children and staff.
1200.1201.5.Written procedures and evacuation diagrams for emergency drills shall be posted in each classroom.
1200.1201.6.a.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:Monthly
1200.1201.6.f.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:If applicable, the facility shall provide a crib with evacuation casters or equivalent that will provide one (1) bed for every six (6) infants, twelve (12) months and younger, that may be used for the safe evacuation of the infants.
1200.1201.7.e.The facility shall maintain a record of emergency drills. This record shall include:Length of time taken to reach safety
1200.1201.8.a.The facility shall maintain an evacuation pack that shall be taken on all drills and during actual emergency evacuations. The pack shall be easily accessible in an emergency and all staff shall know the location of the pack. The evacuation pack shall include, but is not limited to the following:List of emergency numbers
300.301.9.The use of cell phones by staff while supervising children shall be prohibited except in emergency situations.
300.306.5.a.The director, assistant director/site supervisor, and 50% of the facility staff that are on site at any given time shall have a certificate of successful completion of first aid and CPR from an approved organization.The curriculum shall conform to current American Heart Association or American Red Cross guidelines.
600.602.1.e.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Verification of required Child Care Liability Insurance
600.602.1.n.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Procedures for reporting allegations of child maltreatment
600.602.1.o.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Procedures for reporting suspected licensing violations
600.602.1.p.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Licensing compliance forms
600.602.1.q.Facility Records shall be maintained on site and include:Log of Product Recall and Safety Notices from CPSC or Attorney Generals Office
600.603.1.f.Staff records may be maintained off site, unless otherwise noted, and shall contain the following:Documented training or continuing education; i.e., orientation, in-service training, and workshop documentation, which shall include title of workshop, presenter, hours of training and date
600.603.1.g.Staff records may be maintained off site, unless otherwise noted, and shall contain the following:Initiation of Criminal Record Checks and Central Registry Checks and the results obtained when received
600.604.1.h.The child care facility shall maintain a record for each child in care which shall be on site. Records for children no longer enrolled may be maintained off site. Childrens records shall contain the following information:An authorized record of up-to-date immunizations or documentation of a religious, medical or philosophical exemption from the Arkansas Department of Health (Updated immunization schedules will be provided as changes are received from the Arkansas Department of Health.)
700.702.2.Feedings for all children up to twelve (12) months of age shall be documented by the caregiver and available for review by the parent. This documentation shall continue for all children older than twelve (12) months of age who are still being given bottles.
800.801.12.a.Carbon monoxide detectors shall be placed in facilities according to manufacturers recommendations if one of the following situations applies: Facilities using wood, propane, natural gas or any other product as a heat source that can produce carbon monoxide indoors or in an attached garage.
900.901.4.The play area/outdoor learning area shall be fenced or otherwise enclosed and provide at least 75 square feet per child present on the playground at any time.
900.902.1.The area shall be free of hazards or potentially hazardous objects.
2016-05-19 Facility Visit No Violations Cited

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