Description: el that we have created a dynamic and yet gentle learning community. Our teachers utilize a theme approach in planning a curriculum and environment that encourages self-discovery, hands on manipulation of materials, and activities that are meaningful and appropriate for young children.
Regard for children’s development in all areas (social intellectual, emotional and physical) is the heart of our philosophy. Our daily program schedule incorporates many opportunities for children to acquire and build skills in these areas.
UHP Parent Cooperative provides a high quality child initiated program, which is stimulating and safe in a developmentally appropriate environment for young children.
We are justifiably proud of our school’s program, underlying philosophies and dedicated teaching staff. We believe our preschool offers an important first learning experience for young children. Our international population provides many opportunities for learning about and encouraging a natural interest and respect for a diverse range of cultures.
Our school’s small size, home-like setting and mixed age grouping further encourage a supportive familial environment. We find this environment conducive to building a strong self-concept and a positive introduction to life long learning for the children.
As a parent cooperative, we value a strong home/school partnership and give families many opportunities to take an active role in all aspects of our school including: working with professional staff in the classroom, program support and evaluation, center/family social events, and policy making.
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.
|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2016-12-20||251.06(4)(d)||Exits & Passageways - Unobstructed, Minimum Width|
|Description: The exit was obstructed when the exit door in the back of the center was locked with a bolt.|
|2016-12-20||251.07(6)(k)2.||Health Examination - Children Over Age 2|
|Description: Child 5 did not have a current health examination documented within the past 2 years.|
|2016-01-07||251.04(2)(a)||Compliance With Laws|
|Description: Contrary to s. 48.685(3)(bm) Wis. Stats., Staff A did not have a complete criminal background check updated within the past 12 months. The DOJ reports were not completed within the last year and the IBIS reports were not completed within the last year.|
|2015-03-23||251.05(3)(c)||Close Supervision Of Children|
|Description: Each child was not closely supervised by a child care provider to guide the children's behavior, prevent harm and assure safety when a two year old child went with another family outside of the playground gate and around the corner without the center's supervision for approximately 8 seconds. He was returned by his parents. The center reported this incident to the Department.|
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