The Learning Experience® (TLE®) Academy of Early Education is more than just a child care center. Our center will give your child the opportunity to receive an early start to their education and help them achieve their greatest capabilities. 9/10 of our gradualting Preschoolers read at a kindergarten level or above. From top to bottom, our safe and secure center is purpose-built for children to learn, play and grow! L.E.A.P.® (Learning Experience Academic Program®) provides the optimal environment for your child's social and academic development. This program is based on academic research that states children experience the deepest, most genuine learning when they are having fun. The program focuses on academic, social, creative and child-centered development to provide a well-rounded experience and ensure children become confident, joyful and fully prepared students.
With an emphasis on educational development during the most crucial years of a child's growth, a prominent focus has been placed in programs that advance the scholastic preparation. TLE® prepares children academically and socially via innovative scholastic and enrichment programs such as L.E.A.P® curriculum, a cutting-edge proprietary approach to learning which has 90% of TLE® children graduating preschool reading at a Kindergarten or greater level. To complement the academic portion, various enrichment programs crucial to advancing learning and overall balance will be discussed and demonstrated, such as philanthropy, baby yoga, music, physical fitness, manners and etiquette, and Spanish language. To learn more about The Learning Experience® (TLE®), please visit our website.
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|Date Cited||Date Abated||Regulation Number||Summary|
|2019-07-19||2019-08-19||3A:52-6.8(a)(1)||Parent and community participation|
The center shall complete and maintain on file for each enrolled child a Children’s Records Checklist, signed by the director, sponsor, or sponsor representative and designated by the Office of Licensing, indicating that the center has obtained documentation of the child's name, address, birth date, and date of enrollment.
Violation Observed: Ensure the Children's Records Checklist is completed for all students.
|2019-05-30||2019-10-07||3A:52-2.1(b)||Application for a license|
|A person applying for an initial license or renewal license to operate a center or relocation of a center shall submit a completed application to the Office of Licensing at least 45 days prior to the anticipated opening of the center or to the expiration of its existing regular license.|
|2019-05-30||2019-08-19||3A:52-4.10(b)(1)||Child Abuse Record Information background check procedures|
|When the center applies for a new or renewal license or Certificate of Life/Safety Approval, the sponsor or sponsor representative shall submit to the Department the completed CARI consent forms for all staff members who are or will be working at the center on a regularly scheduled basis. Within two weeks after a new staff member begins working at the center, the sponsor or sponsor representative shall submit to the Department a completed CARI consent form for the new staff member.|
|The center shall maintain on file a Staff Records Checklist designated by the Office of Licensing, as specified in N.J.A.C. 3A:52-4.1(b), indicating that the center has obtained documentation of the applicable staff education and experience, as specified in 3A:52-4.6(b) through (d).|
|2019-05-30||2019-11-19||3A:52-5.3(i)(5)(i)||Physical plant requirements for all centers|
|Environmental condition precautions are as follows: at the time of the initial application, any renewal application, relocation of an existing licensed center and, in the discretion of the Office of Licensing, any other time, the applicant or facility operator shall certify in writing that the center provides a potable water supply provided by a public community water system. If the facility is supplied by a public community water system, the applicant or facility operator shall provide documentation of water testing conducted by a laboratory certified by the Department of Environmental Protection for water testing for lead and copper from all faucets and other sources used for drinking water or food preparation and at least 50 percent of all indoor water faucets utilized by the center.|
|2019-05-30||2019-07-18||3A:52-6.4(i)||Rest and sleep requirements for early childhood programs|
|Children shall not use pacifiers with straps or other types of attachment devices.|
|2019-05-30||2019-08-19||3A:52-7.3(a)(2)||Health and immunization requirements for children|
|For early childhood programs, the following shall apply: for each child not enrolled in a public or private school, upon admission, the center shall maintain on file at the center a Universal Child Health Record (Department of Health Form CH-14) or its equivalent, updated annually, along with an immunization record, and a special care plan, if applicable. A 30-day grace period is permitted in N.J.A.C. 8:57-4.5(e)|
|2019-05-30||2019-12-31||3A:52-7.6(a)(2)||Injury to a child while in the center's care|
|The center shall take immediate necessary action to protect the child from further harm and shall immediately notify the child's parent(s) when a child sustains a head or facial injury, including when a child bumps his or her head.|
|2019-05-30||2019-12-31||3A:52-7.8(a)(1)(ii)||Personal hygiene requirements|
|Handwashing requirements are as follows: the center shall ensure that children three months of age and older wash their hands with soap and running water immediately after using the toilet or having diapers changed.|
|2019-05-30||2019-08-19||3A:52-4.9(a)||Special requirements to prevent child abuse and neglect|
The sponsor, sponsor representative, director, or any staff member shall verbally notify the State Central Registry Hotline (1-877 NJ ABUSE/1-877-652-2873) immediately whenever there is reasonable cause to believe that a child has been subjected to abuse or neglect by a staff member, or any other adult, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 9:6-8.9, 8.10, 8.13 and 8.14.
Violation Observed: Ensure all required life sustaining medication is resent at the center, when required, per Universal Health Records.
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