Description: The ECCEL Preschool Program provides flexible programming that meets the needs of the whole child â€“ socially, academically, and emotionally â€“ to prepare them to enter kindergarten ready to learn. We believe that children need time to be children and learn best through discovery and play in a language and literacy based environment that builds skills and challenges thinking. Through a variety of preschool classrooms on elementary school campuses, typically developing and developmentally delayed three- and four-year-olds have their individual needs met through interaction with general education teachers, special education teachers and therapists. Preschool staff members on campuses collaborate in meeting the needs of all children and readily integrate children across classrooms on a daily basis. Options are available for part day, full day with wrap-around care or full day signature programs (Arts Integration, Project Search, Science Inquiry or Second Language). All programs accept DES child care benefits. Scholarship opportunities are available through First Things First funding.
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Based on surveyor's review and an interview with the director, it was found that in room 114, child 1 was lacking a health care provider phone number. In room 105, child 2 was lacking a date of enrollment and a health care provider phone number. Child 3 was lacking a date of enrollment, a health care provider phone number , the name of the person to be called first in an emergency.|
|Findings: Based on surveyor's review and an interview with the director, it was found that in room 106 child 4 was not signed out on 10/2.|
|Findings: Based on surveyor's review and an interview with the director, it was found that staff 1 in room 108 was lacking documentation of her education. Reference: R9-5-402.A.|
|Findings: Based on surveyor's observation, it was found that in room 114 there were several packages of aspirin in the facility's first aid kit.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, Room 114 lacked a roster for the 14 children present in the activity area.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, the facility lacked a current, violation-free fire inspection. The inspection on file was dated 8/29/18 and contained violations.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, the file for Staff #1 - DOE 8/13/19 - (of three staff files reviewed) lacked documentation of a TB test. Reference R9-5-301.F|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, a file for Staff #1 was not maintained on the facility premises. The file was faxed to the facility from the Preschool Office during the inspection.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on the Surveyor's observations, the following hazards were observed accessible to children: ROOM 108: * Orange/brown build up on one ceiling tile. MPR: * Exposed wiring protruding from the base of the stage stairs.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on the Surveyor's observations, a vacuum was accessible to children in Room 108's restroom.|
|Findings: Findings include: Based on the Surveyor's observations, there was a thick dark brown substance build up under the base of one sink stand and in the wall grout under the hand dryers in the hallway girls' restroom.|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor observation, 6 of 6 staff files lacked documentation of requesting the Central Registry Background Checks.|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor observation, 2 of 25 children's admission and release records were incomplete and lacked: Child #1; child #2: Release time and signature on 08/28/2018.|
|Findings: Based on staff statements, facility documentation and Surveyor observation, 2 of 5 classroom rosters were incomplete: Room 105: There were 10 enrolled children present, 7 were listed on the classroom roster; Room 106: There were 4 enrolled children present, a roster was not available for review. Staff stated they usually did not take attendance until the regular preschool program started.|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and Surveyor observation, the file for 1 of 6 staff lacked documentation of at least a high school or high school equivalency diploma and at least 6 months child care experience in order to meet the qualifications as a teacher-caregiver: Staff #4.|
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