The Beth-el Zedeck Early Childhood Program - Indianapolis IN Unlicensed Registered Ministry

600 West 70th Street, Indianapolis IN 46260
(317) 259-6854

About the Provider

Description: Our Beth-El Zedeck Early Childhood Program recognizes that intellectual, social, spiritual, emotional and physical development are intricately interwoven. We believe in integrating all areas of learning so as to address the whole child. Our toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners will thrive on exploration, creativity, spontaneity and lots of love. Our curriculum recognizes that play is the best tool for learning and allows flexibility to follow the interests and needs of your child. A multitude of activities is provided through music and creative movement, arts and crafts, cooking, large and small motor skill activities, and exciting entertainment. Our teachers are committed and responsive to each child’s needs. We strive to give our children a love of learning and discovery, and a sense of trust and worthiness that they will take with them into their future experiences. Graduates of our Early Childhood Program continue to grow and mature with self-confidence, excellent learning and socialization skills, and enhanced self-esteem.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: RM-25482-A
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • District Office: Indiana Family and Social Services Administration - Bureau of Child Care
  • District Office Phone: 1-877-511-1144 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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Inspection/Report History

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Inspection Type/Date Action needed to correct issue Date Resolved
Registration
2018-03-23
Cleanability of food-contact surfaces 2018-03-27
Type of correction needed: 410 IAC 7-24-229
Tables in room D-8 were not sanitized after the toys were removed and before food was served to children for lunch.
Registration
2018-03-23
Discarding or reconditioning of unsafe, misbranded, adulterated or contaminated food 2018-03-27
Type of correction needed: 410 IAC 7-24-141
Fruit in open containers setting on a cart in the multipurpose room outside the kitchen is not protected from contamination, eating utensils and cups placed on serving carts to be sent to classrooms are not protected from contamination from children playing in the room, hand washing sinks in classrooms and kitchen are being used to wash fresh fruit. Bucket of ice on food service cart was not covered and the scoop which is missing a handle was being stored inside the ice. Adult returned a bowl of grapes to snack cart and cheese not in the original container to refrigerator.
Registration
2018-03-23
Storing refuse, recyclables, and returnables 2018-03-27
Type of correction needed: 410 IAC 7-24-389
Food trash next to snack cart does not have a tightly fitting lid.
Registration
2018-02-05
Diapers. The diapering process shall be done on a table, in a clean and sanitary manner. The diaper changing surface shall be sanitized after each use and materials used for skin cleansing shall be discarded after each use into a tightly covered, easily sanitized container. Individuals responsible for diaper changing shall wash their hands after each diaper change 2018-02-08
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-6(d)
Latke and Knishes both need a tight fitting lid for trash with diapers.
Registration
2018-02-05
Hygiene. A sink used exclusively for handwashing shall be located in the kitchen and supplied with soap and disposable towels from a dispenser. Persons who prepare, handle, and serve food shall thoroughly wash their hands with soap and water and use disposable towels for drying. Handwashing shall be done before starting work and as often as necessary to keep them clean. Persons who prepare and handle food shall wear clean, washable garments (aprons or smocks) and effective hair restraints. All food preparation and eating surfaces shall be sanitized before and after use 2018-02-08
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(g)
Caregiver in the Latke and Knishes room did not wear apron or hair retraint while handling food.
Registration
2017-09-06
Handwashing. Adults and children shall wash their hands after using the toilet and before eating
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-6(b)
Water Temperature was not reading 100-120 degree F in the younger classrooms.
Registration
2017-09-06
All interior surfaces, equipment, materials, furnishings, and objects with which children will come in contact shall be well maintained, in a clean and sanitary condition, and of nontoxic durable construction
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-4(1)
Purse accessible in Blintz 3 and Blintz 2 room. Coffee accessible in Bagels two room.
Registration
2017-09-06
Refrigerator and Freezers. Enough conveniently located refrigeration facilities shall be provided to assure the maintenance of potentially hazardous food at required temperatures during storage. Refrigerators and freezers shall be in good condition, clean, and shall maintain the proper temperatures. Each compartment of the refrigerator and freezer shall be provided with an accurate thermometer, in good position for daily monitoring
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-5(c)
No thermometer in Latkes refridgerator.
Registration
2017-01-20
Direct child care providers, including volunteers, shall receive training in the following within thirty (30) days of starting employment or volunteer work: Universal precautions 2017-01-26
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-1.1-33.5(b)(4)
One staff member missing documenation of training.
Registration
2017-01-20
Handwashing. Adults and children shall wash their hands after using the toilet and before eating 2017-01-26
Type of correction needed: 470 IAC 3-4.5-6(b)
Water Temperature was not reading 100-120 degree F in the younger classrooms.

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