STATELINE CHILDREN'S WORLD #1 - Laurinburg NC Five Star Center License

(910) 276-9415
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About the Provider

Description: In September 2000, the Division of Child Development issued star rated licenses to all eligible child care centers. Facilities can receive one to five stars.

Accordingly, State Line Children's World began implementing new structure standards and curriculums. Encouraged staff to go back to college and obtain a higher level of education in early childhood. Because of our rigorous preparation in 2006 State Line Children's World chose to voluntarily apply for the advanced licensure through DCD.

In December 2006, State Line Children's World obtained five stars, which is the highest rated license issued by DCD.

This process included a consultative visit from the Division of Child Development who evaluates State Line Children's World with three quality components: Staff Education, Program Standards and Compliance History. Our license and high reflecting our award-winning service are displayed in each of our classrooms. The star rated license acts as a roadmap for our center to follow as we seek to provide continued quality enrichment and individual care for each of our students.

Additional Information: Four Star Center License

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: 83000004
  • Capacity: 30
  • Age Range: 1 through 12
  • State Rating: 5
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • District Office: North Carolina Dept of Health and Human Services - Division of Child Development
  • District Office Phone: (919) 662-4499 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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.

Date Type Violations Rule
2023-03-22 Unannounced Inspection No
2023-03-16 Unannounced Inspection Yes
2023-03-16 Violation 1756 10A NCAC 09 .2818
Enhanced staff/child ratios and group sizes were not met. In space #1, one teacher and one volunteer cared for 13 children. One teacher was outside the room in the bathroom with another child.
2022-09-07 Unannounced Inspection No
2022-08-17 Unannounced Inspection No
2022-05-11 Unannounced Inspection Yes
2022-05-11 Violation 1850 .0604(i)
Signage was not posted regarding the smoking and tobacco restriction at the entrance of the center and/or in vehicles used to transport children. Signage was not posted on the vehicle used to transport children.
2022-05-11 Violation 428 GS 110-91(12); .0508(a)
A current activity plan was not posted for each group of children for reference. In space #1, documentation was not on file.
2022-05-11 Violation 1032 10A NCAC 09 .0701(a)
Child care providers and uncompensated providers who are not substitute providers or volunteers, including the director did not have a medical report on file prior to employment that was signed by a health care professional and/ or the medical report was older than 12 months. One new staff member's medical report was older than 12 months.
2022-05-11 Violation 1035 .0701(a)
Child care providers, including the director, uncompensated providers, substitute providers, and volunteers did not have the required Emergency Information Form on file on or before the first day of work, which included all the required information and/or the information on the form was not updated as changes occur and at least annually. Updated information was not on file for 4 staff members.
2022-05-11 Violation 1067 .1101(a)(b)
Each new employee did not complete, within the first two weeks of employment, six clock hours of training in required topic areas. One staff member completed 4 hours of training during their first 2 weeks of employment.
2022-05-11 Violation 1115 10A NCAC 09 .1003(c)
First aid kit and/or fire extinguisher was not located in vehicle; kit and/or extinguisher was not mounted or secured if in passenger area. A fire extinguisher was not on the vehicle used to transport children.
2022-05-11 Violation 1124 10A NCAC 09 .1003(d)
Emergency and identifying information, including the child's name, photograph, emergency contact information and/or a copy of the emergency medical care information form was not in the vehicle for each child being transported. Photographs of children transported were not in the vehicle while the children were being transported.
2022-05-11 Violation 1128 10A NCAC 09 .1003(l)
For routine transport of children to and from the center, staff did not use the list to document attendance as children boarded and departed the vehicle. Documentation had not been filled out for children transported this morning.
2022-05-11 Violation 1207 10A NCAC 09 .0515(a)
Parent participation plan was not discussed with parents on or before the child's first day of attendance and/or a copy was not given to them or posted in the center. Documentation was not available for review.

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Deeply Concerned Apr 12, 2012

We thought everything was wonderful here for nearly a year, until the owner's husband revealed himself.  He charged across the parking lot at me like a raging bull shouting aggressively about how I parked in their empty parking lot. (in a pull-through position so there would be no need to back up where small children might be present)  He got right in my face to tell me he thought I had a problem! No attempt to calm him into a reasonable tone had any effect and only seemed to spur him to shout even louder over me. Needless to say I was shocked!  I had never even spoken to this man before who I thought was a hired groundskeeper.  Not wanting to escalate this confrontation, I hopped in my car and left.  But I had to turn around and get my child out of there.  After picking up my child I went to my car where he again charged so I secured my toddler and shut the door.  The shouting started again!  Where was this coming from? Clearly something was brewing in this man and he sought to take out his rage on me even shouting that I get off his property 'before something happens.'  And that is a very threatening remark, one that absolutely determined we would not be back despite having paid the month in advance.  I just couldn't leave my child where there was a grown man in a rage running loose.

  The staff was always fine, but anyone thinking about doing business here should think long and hard about leaving their child in a place where the owner's husband is on such a short fuse.

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