To strive to be a positive and intergrating influence in each child's process of self identification. We will create and environment within eachchild's process of self worth and mental attitude that fosters educational excellence. to help promote the skills of making choice and rational decisions as they relate to themselves and others.
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Six of ten enrolled children's Emergency, Information and Immunization Record Cards lacked the following required information: Child 1: health care provider's name and phone number, parent's signature Child 2: date of enrollment, father's address and phone number, health care provider's name and phone number Child 3: father's name, address and phone number Child 4: date of enrollment, health care provider's phone number Child 5: father's name, address and phone number, health care provider's name and phone number, name and phone number of second emergency contact, who to contact first in case of injury or sudden illness Child 6: father's name, address and phone number, health care provider's name and phone number, who to contact first in case of injury or sudden illness|
|Findings: Two of ten enrolled children's attendance records lacked the following required information: Child 4 and Child 7 were signed out of the facility, but not signed into the facility on December 18, 2017.|
|Findings: Staff 2 lacked documentation to qualify as a teacher-caregiver. Staff 3 was in the Infant classroom when Staff 2 came in and Staff 3 stated that Staff 2 was relieving her in the classroom.|
|Findings: There were six enrolled children in the Infant classroom with only Staff 3: 1:6. The required ratio for infants is 1:5 and 2:11.|
|Findings: In the Infant classroom, there were two infant feeding bottles, brought in by a parent, with an orange substance in them not labeled with the infant's name.|
|Findings: In the Infant classroom, there were two infant feeding bottles, spoons, a non-porous glove and a wash cloth in the diaper changing sink. When Staff 2 changed an enrolled infant's diaper, Staff 2 put the child's bottle on the diaper changing surface.|
|Findings: In the 2's classroom, the soiled clothing container did not have a lining.|
|Findings: In the Infant classroom, there was no written diaper changing procedure posted in the diaper changing area. Staff 2 and Staff 3 did not implement the diaper changing procedures. Staff 2 and Staff 3 did not wash their hands or the hands of the enrolled children before or after changing the children's diapers.|
|Findings: In the younger children's outdoor activity area, there was a Little Tykes climber with a the platform cracked with sharp edges, accessible to the enrolled children.|
|Findings: In the outdoor activity areas, 2 of the required 6 inches of wood chips was measured within the fall zones of all the climbing equipment and swings.|
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