Ready, Set, Grow Childcare - Newport VT Center Based Child Care and Preschool Program - Licensed Provider

34 Farrant Street , Newport VT 05855
(802) 995-2051

About the Provider

Description: Ready, Set, Grow Childcare is a Center Based Child Care and Preschool Program - Licensed Provider in Newport VT, with a maximum capacity of 58 children. This child care center helps with children in the age range of Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School Age. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.

Additional Information:

Initial License Date: 09/01/2019; Sibling Discount Available; 1 Star Center Based Child Care and Preschool Program - Licensed Provider;

Area Description: Fenced Yard, Smoke Free; Special Schedule: In-Service Days; Program Meals: Allergy Awareness, Special Diets;

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 362860
  • Capacity: 58
  • Age Range: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School Age
  • State Rating: 5
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: Before and After School, Daytime, Full-Time, Part-Time
  • Transportation: School Bus Route
  • Schools Served: Newport City Elementary Schools
  • Initial License Issue Date: Sep 01, 2019
  • District Office: Vermont Child Care Consumer Line
  • District Office Phone: 1-800-649-2642 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Type Create Date Due Date Corrected Date Status
Violation 2023-08-15 2023-09-05 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 7.1.3: The licensee, in consultation with the program director, shall establish written program policies and procedures and provide these to staff and to auxiliary staff left alone with children and/or counted in staff/child ratio as specified in the rule 6.2.1.8 of these regulations during an orientation training session approved by the Division prior to being left alone with children. Trainees under eighteen (18) years of age and other staff not left alone with children shall complete the orientation training within at least one (1) month of their first date of working with children. Complete written information and the orientation training session shall include: Basic knowledge of child growth and development; Routine and emergency health protection of children including health related exclusions; Safety and sanitation requirements including handling and storage of hazardous materials and disposal of bio contaminants; Positive behavior management; Supervision of children; Child accident and injury procedures including building and physical premises safety; Safe sleep practices; Administration of medication requirements; Emergency and evacuation requirements; Nutrition and food safety including prevention of and response to emergencies due to food and allergic reactions; Recordkeeping; Transportation and child passenger safety; Release of children; Respectful engagement of families; Preventing, recognizing, and reporting child abuse and neglect; including information about the signs and symptoms of sexual abuse, sexual violence, grooming processes, recognizing the dangers of child sexual abuse, and other predatory behaviors of sex offenders; Recognition of and response to the symptoms of common childhood illnesses; Preventing the spread of infectious disease; Providing developmentally appropriate activities and experiences for children; Inclusion of children with special needs; Guidelines for volunteers, partner staff, auxiliary staff, and business managers; Responsibility to comply with current applicable licensing regulations; Staffing requirements to include opening and closing; and Ensuring children have extra clothes and diapers available.
Violation 2023-08-15 2023-09-05 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 5.2.1.1: CBCCPP staff shall ensure that adults and children wash their hands: * Upon arrival at the CBCCPP; * Before they eat, prepare or handle food; * Before and after handling raw meat; * Before feeding children; * After toileting or diapering; * After cleaning; * After taking out the garbage; * After handling animals; and * After outdoor play.
Violation 2023-08-15 2023-09-05 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 2.3.9.3: 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.
Violation 2023-08-15 2023-09-05 Appeal Period
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.
Violation 2023-04-11 2023-05-19 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 6.2.6.1: Staff shall be able to hear all children of pre-kindergarten age and younger at all times, shall be able to see the children with a quick glance, and shall be able to physically respond immediately.
Violation 2022-10-28 2022-11-15 2022-11-22 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 6.2.7.3: Staff shall use positive methods of guidance and behavior management that encourage self-control, self-direction, self-esteem, and cooperation.
Violation 2022-10-28 2022-11-15 2022-11-22 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 5.8.3: Staff shall create and file an incident report for each accident, injury or medical emergency that leaves a visible mark, or first aid has been administered, even when medical treatment is not required. An incident report shall include the name of the child, date, description of the injury or medical emergency, how it occurred, adult witnesses, first aid provided, and medical care required. The child's parent shall be provided a copy of the report at pick up that day. Serious injuries, animal bites and death must be reported to the Division as specified in the rules in section 3.2 of these regulations.
Violation 2022-09-16 2022-09-30 2022-09-26 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 5.10.3.2.1: All outdoor play equipment shall be sturdy, safe, clean and free from rough edges, sharp corners, pinch and crush points, splinters, and exposed bolts. To prevent entrapment, no openings in equipment shall be between 3.5 and nine (9) inches. Chains on swings shall have protective coverings and swing seats shall be made of soft materials with no sharp edges.
Violation 2022-09-16 2022-09-30 2022-09-26 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 5.10.1.1: General Safety: The licensee shall ensure the physical facilities of the CBCCPP, grounds, equipment, and toys present no hazard to the health, safety, and well-being of the children.
Violation 2022-09-15 2022-09-30 2022-09-26 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 5.10.3.2.3: The licensee shall ensure that large outdoor play equipment is anchored firmly in accordance with manufacturers' specifications, is not located on concrete or asphalt surfaces and is placed so as to accommodate manufacturers' specifications for use zones.
Violation 2022-02-04 2022-02-14 2022-02-07 Final
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.
Violation 2021-11-16 2021-12-15 2021-12-16 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 4.7: The licensee, in consultation with the program director, shall establish written policies and procedures. Written information provided to parents of all children enrolled in the CBCCPP shall include, at minimum: * Assurance that parents have access to the CBCCP and their child(ren) without prior notice and have access to their children's records as required in the rule 3.4.4.6 of these regulations; * A description of information needed from parents for child's enrollment file as required in the rule 3.4.4.1 of these regulations; * A typical daily schedule of activities; * Information about fees and payment policies; * Information about hours of operation and closings; * Procedures for signing children in and out; * Procedures for emergencies as required in the rules in section 3.7 of these regulations; * Information about the nutrition, meals and meal preparation at the CBCCPP; * Safe sleep policies, as applicable; * No smoking policy; * Information about results from the test for lead in the drinking water and any plan for remediation; * CBCCPP policies on field trips, other off-site activity and transportation; * CBCCPP health policies including illness exclusions, administration of medication, and immunizations; * CBCCPP policies and practice regarding positive guidance and behavior management; * Assurance that confidentiality of child and family information is maintained; * Information about the requirement to report suspected child abuse and/or neglect as required in the rules in section 3.3 of these regulations; * Assurance that non-discrimination and respect for each child's family and culture is maintained; * CBCCPP approach to ensure wholesome growth and positive developmental experiences for children enrolled; * CBCCPP policies related to the inclusion of children with special needs and disabilities; * A description of religious activities, if any; * Information on how to access these CBCCPP regulations and other information about child development on-line; * Information concerning complaint procedures; * Information about the Child Care Consumer Line, including the telephone number (1-800-649-2642); and * CBCCPP policies and procedures related to the expulsion of children.
Violation 2021-11-16 2021-11-30 2021-11-16 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 5.10.1.1: General Safety: The licensee shall ensure the physical facilities of the CBCCPP, grounds, equipment, and toys present no hazard to the health, safety, and well-being of the children.
Violation 2021-11-16 2021-12-15 2022-01-31 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 7.2.2: The licensee shall ensure that all new staff and auxiliary staff, prior to working with children in the CBCCPP; and any new individual designated as the representative of the licensee shall submit a Records Check Authorization form to the Division and shall submit to fingerprinting at a location designated by the Division after having received the Fingerprinting Authorization Certificate by the Division.
Violation 2021-11-16 2021-12-15 2021-12-15 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 3.4.7.3: Within six (6) months of the initial date of employment; staff and auxiliary staff left alone with children and/or counted in staff/child ratio as specified in the rule 6.2.1.8 of these regulations, and the program director shall maintain an up-to-date BFIS Quality and Credential Account. Documentation, verification of qualifications, and all annual professional development activities as specified in the rules in sections 7.3 and 7.4 of these regulations shall be submitted to Northern Lights at CCV to be verified and maintained in BFIS.

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