Description: Our tailored programs focus on individual/group growth and development through a variety of educational mediums. As our children develp socially, mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally our program continues to mature with them encouraging hands-on activities, fostering creative/imaginative play, sparking early critical thinking skills and problem solving, establising friendships, and promoting socially acceptable behaviors. We strive to encourage learning, fun and consistency on a daily basis.
Where possible, ChildcareCenter provides inspection reports as a service to families. This information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. We encourage families to contact the daycare provider directly with any questions or concerns, as the provider may have already addressed some or all issues. Reports can also be verified with your local daycare licensing office.
|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2018-03-12||251.05(3)(f)||Child Tracking Procedure|
|Description: Firefly Classroom: A total of 8 children were present but only 3 were marked on the center's child tracking system (ID tags).|
|2018-03-12||251.06(2)(a)||Potential Source Of Harm On Premises|
|Description: Acessible to children were: Boys Bathroom: Plastic bags and a box of Vinyl Powder gloves were observed. Doodlebug Classroom: Plastic bags, 2 tubes of Desitin, plastic bags and wipes containing a Warning Label: Keep Out of Reach of Children were stored in an unlocked cabinet. Cafeteria-Clasroom: A 5 foot yarn was taped to an unlocked cabinet. A metal screw on top of a microwave.|
|2018-03-12||251.06(2)(b)||Electrical Or Hot Surface Protection|
|Description: Electrical outlets in the cafeteria-classroom were not protected by screens or guards.|
|2018-03-12||251.06(2)(d)||Access To Materials Potentially Harmful To Children|
|Description: An unlocked closet marked 109 contained cleaning agents and unraveled hoses.|
|2018-03-12||251.06(5)(a)||Condition Of Premises|
|Description: Doodlebug Classroom : A portable sink used for hand washing was not operable. Microwave was not clean. Cafeteria Clasroom: A cabinet's black handle was loose. A large divider contained torn fabric around each clasp. In addition, there was a hole observed on a wooden door.|
|2018-03-12||251.07(3)(a)4.||Indoor & Outdoor Equipment - Energy-Absorbing Surfaces|
|Description: The energy absorbing surface (mulch) was not in a depth of at least 9 inches under the play equipment that was four feet or more in height. There was dirt and not enough mulch under the play structure.|
|2017-10-12||251.04(6)(a)1.||Child Record - Enrollment Information|
|Description: The authorization information was missing for child #7.|
|2017-10-12||251.07(6)(k)1.||Health Examination - Children Under Age 2|
|Description: The initial health examination for child #8 was not available for review.|
|2017-10-12||251.07(6)(k)2.||Health Examination - Children Over Age 2|
|Description: A follow-up health examination for child #9 was not available for review.|
|2017-10-12||251.09(1)(b)||Infant & Toddler - Location & Sharing Intake Information|
|Description: The intake sheet for child #2 was not on file in the room or area to which the child was assigned.|
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