Starmaker Learning Center - California MD Licensed Child Care Center

23443 Cottonwood Parkway, California MD 20619
(301) 863-7740

About the Provider

Description: We believe the first years of a child's life are the most important in the child's development. These are the years your child will acquire the values and joy in learning which will lead him toward a productive and happy life. We welcome the opportunity to help your child achieve his, or her, full potential.

Additional Information: MSDE-Approved Education Program.

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 130
  • License Number: 142784
  • Age Range: 6 weeks through 17 months, 18 months through 23 months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, 5 years, 5 years to 15 years
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • Schools Served: Evergreen Elementary
  • District Office: Region 10 - Southern Maryland Office
  • District Office Phone: (301) 475-3770 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Date Inspection Type Regulations Status
2018-09-27 Routine
Findings: No Noncompliances Found
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.03.02A Open
Findings: Not all children's parents had provided required information. Some of the parents were contacted during the inspection for various required information to be provided. The parents were also provided with written notice of the missing information and provided a deadline date as to when the information needed to be provided.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.03.02E Open
Findings: Not all randomly reviewed records contained lead assessment results for children who required one. Center has a copy of the children who need the missing lead addendum.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.03.03B(1) Corrected
Findings: Infant Room #1 needed to adjust the attendance to update and account for all children in the room. This was completed at 11:15 am.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.03.04G Open
Findings: Not all children were current on their immunization status. Parents have been notified and were given a written notice that the shot updates had to be received by a certain time. Obtained copy of notice.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.03.06A(1) Corrected
Findings: Not all staff change forms listed the actual hire date of the staff person. Also please remember to send the original Release of Information form within 5 days. When sending the staff change form, please remember to sign and date the form. Staff change forms were reviewed from 11-15-17 till present. Faxes were received notifying the Office to add a person to the center; however a personnel list did not accompany the fax notice.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.03.06A(2) Corrected
Findings: Not all staff change forms listed the actual delete date of the staff person. Faxes were received notifying Office to delete staff person; however the staff change form was not provided. Staff change forms were reviewed from 11-15-17 till present.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.06.12A(3) Open
Findings: One aide had not completed all required 6 clock hours of training within time frame. Please have staff person provide copy of continued training certificate.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.08.02A Corrected
Findings: Not all groups of children were supervised by qualified staff. An updated staffing pattern shows a substitute person regularly assigned to the 18-24-month group of children. There are continuous advertisements being posted to internet jobsite. Director has made use of other local online job posting media, community newspapers, contacting local colleges, and recalling previous staff.
2018-09-27 Routine 13A.16.12.01A(2) Corrected
Findings: In the preprimary room, room 180, milk was not automatically provided for the children at lunch time. Parents supplied children with drinks who did not participate in the hot lunch program. The children were asked if they wanted milk. It was explained that milk had to be provided to children at meals, unless there was documentation from the doctor, that the child was unable to consume milk. Milk had been brought into the room on the service cart. The teacher began to pour the milk for the children and placed cup where they were sitting. One child particularly was not interested in drinking the milk. Advised staff person she could not force the child to drink the milk, but had met the regulation by providing the milk to child. The milk pitcher was put on the serving table with cups. The children were told that the milk was on the table and could come and poor some milk for their lunch. Many children came to the table and poured their cup of milk. It appeared that other children joined the line as they saw children being able to pour their own milk. At least one child was observed coming back to the serving table for more milk.

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