Description: CESA #11 Head Start’s philosophy is that children learn best when fully involved and self-directed in their learning. This child-centered philosophy supports our belief that children are unique individuals who learn at different rates and in their own ways. It is our responsibility to allow each child the opportunity to grow and develop to his/her fullest potential in the most nurturing environment possible. In a child-centered classroom, children are encouraged to direct themselves among a variety of child initiated activities, arranged by the teaching staff. Children learn by observing, exploring and interacting with materials and other people. In this environment teaching staff function as facilitators, participators and observers of children.
We believe parents are an integral part of the child’s learning process. Open communication between teachers and parents is essential. Both teacher and parents work together to plan and facilitate the educational goals for the child. They assist teaching staff with classroom planning, special events, implementation of our curriculum and daily routines.
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|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2019-05-09||251.04(6)(a)5.||Child Record - Alternate Arrival / Release Agreement|
|Description: A written agreement, signed by parents, outlining the plan for child #4 to come to the childcare center from school, home or other activities and/or to go from the childcare center to school, home or other activities was not observed in the file record.|
|2019-05-09||251.04(6)(b)||Current, Accurate Daily Attendance Record|
|Description: The attendance was not current and accurate on the day of the licensing visit when one child was not signed in and one child was not signed out on the attendance record in the 3K room. Also, children that arrive and depart from the center on a bus are not being clocked in or out on the attendance record.|
|2019-05-09||251.06(2)(d)||Access To Materials Potentially Harmful To Children|
|Description: Sunscreen tubes, which are labeled "keep out of reach of children" were observed on a shelf in one of the classrooms accessible to children. Disinfecting and sanitizing spray bottles, which are labeled "keep out of reach of children", were observed hanging from a shelf in one of the classrooms low enough to make them accessible to children. All of these items were moved out of the reach of children by center staff during the licensing visit.|
|2019-05-09||251.07(6)(f)5.||Medication Administration - As Labeled & Authorized|
|Description: There was an expired inhaler in the medication box in the 4K room. The date on the parent authorization form exceeded the expiration date of the medication itself.|
|2019-05-09||251.07(6)(j)9.||Reviewing Injury Records|
|Description: An inspection of the medical log books in several classrooms revealed the log books have not been reviewed every 6 months as required by rule.|
|2019-05-09||251.07(7)(c)||Pets & Animals - Notification|
|Description: Documentation of acknowledgement by the parent of the presence of pets or animals at the center was not observed in the file for Child #4.|
|2018-05-16||251.06(2)(d)||Access To Materials Potentially Harmful To Children|
|Description: Cans of shaving cream labeled "keep out of reach of children" were observed in a bottom cupboard of a classroom accessible to children. The teacher moved the cans to an upper cupboard during the licensing visit.|
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