Stannard, Jessica - Fair Haven VT Registered Home

400 River Street, Fair Haven VT 05743
(802) 353-6355

About the Provider

Description: Older Toddler/Preschooler (24 months and older) 7:00-8:30, drop-offs, welcome children, free-play and/or structured-play 8:30-9:00, breakfast, clean-up/wash-up 9:00-9:45, circle time (story, calendar, various learning games) 9:45-10:45, structured-play 10:45-11:15, free play 11:15-12:00, outside play-time 12:00-12:30, lunch time, clean-up/wash-up, brush teeth 12:30-2:30, rest time and/or quiet cot time 2:30-3:00, wake-up, potty 3:00-3:30, structured-play 3:30- 4:00, afternoon snack, clean-up/wash-up 4:00-6:00, pick-ups, outside play (depending on the season), coloring, play-dough, toys, etc. Infant/Young Toddler (younger than 24 months) Throughout each day we practice reaching, grasping, rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking, climbing, throwing, catching, kicking, cooing and talking; with focus on the developmental stage your child happens to be in at the time. For a younger child still taking three naps a day, a third nap can be incorporated into their late afternoon schedule if need be. 7:00-8:30, drop-offs, welcome children, free-play and/or structured-play, story-time, toys, etc. 8:30-9:00, breakfast, clean-up/wash-up 9:00-10:00, naptime (depending on age), flash cards, arts and crafts, story-time, stacking blocks 10:00-11:15, music, song and dance, games 11:15-12:00, outside play-time 12:00-12:30, lunch time, clean-up/wash-up, brush teeth (when applicable) 12:30-2:30, naptime and/or rest time 2:30-3:30, free-play and/or structured-play 3:30-4:00, afternoon snack, clean-up/wash-up 4:00-6:00, pickups, outside play (depending on season), puzzles, musical instruments, story-time, etc. Infant (3 to 6 months) 7:00am-6:00pm, cuddles, love, and affection, eat, poop, and sleep

Additional Information: Initial License Date: 08/20/2017; Sibling Discount Available; Area Description: Fenced Yard, Smoke Free; Program Meals: Allergy Awareness, Special Diets; 1 Star Registered Home;

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 10
  • License Number: 275855
  • Age Range: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School Age
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: After School, Before School, Before and After School, Daytime, Full-Time
  • Transportation: School Bus Route
  • 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 2019-08-21 2019-09-24 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 2.3.8.5: If the licensed facility was constructed prior to 1978 and has not been determined to be lead free by an inspector licensed by Vermont Department of Health, the FCCP shall comply with the requirements of 18 V.S.A. Chapter 38 Vermont Lead Law and shall ensure that Essential Maintenance Practice (EMP) have been performed and documented.
Violation 2019-08-21 2019-09-30 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 3.3.7.3: Within six (6) months of initial date of employment, the FCCP and all staff 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 sections 7.3 and 7.4 of these regulations shall be submitted to NLCDC to be verified and maintained in BFIS.
Violation 2019-08-21 2019-09-30 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 7.1.2.2: The FCCP shall ensure that at least one (1) responsible adult who has successfully completed and is currently certified in pediatric first aid and infant and child CPR is on the premises at all times children are present.
Violation 2019-08-21 2019-09-24 Appeal Period
Regulation/Restriction: 3.6.1.1: The FCCP shall develop and maintain a written Emergency Response Plan to respond to a full range of emergencies both natural and man-made. A complete plan shall include how the FCCP will address and manage the following situations and responsibilities: * Evacuations or other emergencies such as leaving the premises and lockdown situations; * Specific concerns related to the location of the program, such as proximity to a nuclear reactor, an area prone to flooding or power loss; * Notifying the local authorities of the emergency; * A system for notifying the parents of the emergency; * Notifying the local emergency planning committee regarding the location of the FCCH and using the committee as a resource in emergency planning for the program; * A system of identifying the children and staff present at the time of the emergency and maintaining knowledge of their whereabouts; * A system for handling infants, toddlers, and children with special needs; * An established evacuation meeting location within walking distance of the FCCH; * A system to account for all children and staff at evacuation meeting place; * An process for relocation if necessary including safe transportation; * A system for sheltering in place if the FCCP and children present need to remain in the FCCH for an extended period; and * Staff chain of command and individual staff roles and responsibilities, (if applicable) during emergencies.
Violation 2019-05-29 2019-06-27 2019-06-25 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 5.2.1.1: The FCCP shall ensure that adults and children wash their hands: * Upon arrival at the FCCH; * 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 2019-05-29 2019-07-04 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 2.3.8.5: If the licensed facility was constructed prior to 1978 and has not been determined to be lead free by an inspector licensed by Vermont Department of Health, the FCCP shall comply with the requirements of 18 V.S.A. Chapter 38 Vermont Lead Law and shall ensure that Essential Maintenance Practice (EMP) have been performed and documented.
Violation 2019-05-29 2019-07-04 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 3.3.7.3: Within six (6) months of initial date of employment, the FCCP and all staff 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 sections 7.3 and 7.4 of these regulations shall be submitted to NLCDC to be verified and maintained in BFIS.
Violation 2019-05-29 2019-06-27 2019-06-25 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 3.3.3: The FCCP shall establish a system for taking attendance, including documentation of the time when each child arrives and departs each day he/she attends the FCCH. The FCCP shall save all daily attendance records identifying the hours of children's attendance for at least twelve (12) months from the date that care is provided.
Violation 2019-05-29 2019-07-04 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 7.1.2.2: The FCCP shall ensure that at least one (1) responsible adult who has successfully completed and is currently certified in pediatric first aid and infant and child CPR is on the premises at all times children are present.
Violation 2019-05-29 2019-06-27 2019-06-30 Final
Regulation/Restriction: 5.10.1.2.5: There shall be at least one (1) easily accessible dry chemical fire extinguisher which has at least a 2-A: 10BC classification. This fire extinguisher shall be maintained in operating condition. It shall bear an official tag, properly signed, attesting to current operating condition.

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