Description: The purpose of the school, its philosophy, procedures, and the various details of getting a school started began in earnest and policies were formulated. Registration of students and employment of teachers began in 1980, with the result of nine student applications being received by March. The first school session opened August 25, 1980, utilizing the facilities of Verde Baptist Church. The building of a second floor to the educational plant of the church began the latter part of March in order to house the educational facilities of Verde Valley Christian School. The aim of the school is to provide a Bible-based, Christ-centered education that will enrich the student in all aspects of life. Verde Valley Christian School is a non-denominational school sponsored by the Verde Baptist Church to provide a quality Christian education to the children of the Verde Valley. The Board of Directors includes members from Verde Baptist Church and other Bible believing churches in the area.
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observation, 2 of 10 children's Emergency, Information, and Immunization Records were incomplete: Child #1 and Child #2: lacked a enrolled child's parent signature.|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and the Surveyor's observations, 4 of the 10 children's Emergency, Information, and Immunization Records were incomplete: Child #2, Child #3, Child #4, and Child #5: An immunization record for the enrolled child with the information required in 9 A.A.C. 6, Article 7, documenting that the enrolled child has received all current, age-appropriate immunizations required under 9 A.A.C. 6, Article 7.|
|2019-09-05||2019-10-22||Article 2||R9-5-203.A. 1-2|
|Findings: Based on facilty documentation and the Team Leader's and the Surveyor's observations, it was determined that the file for Staff #1 lacked documentation of the form required in ARS - 8-804(I) - DCS affidavit.|
|Findings: Based on the Team Leader's and the Surveyor's observations, the licensee failed to post the facility's license in the front posting area.|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and the Team Leader's and the Surveyor's observations, 7 out of 10 enrolled children's Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record reviewed lacked the following required documentation: Child #1: Lacked the health care provider contact telephone number. Child #5: Lacked the health care provider name and contact telephone number. Child #2; Child #3; Child #4; Child #6; and Child#7: Lacked a date of enrollment.|
|Findings: Based on facility documentation and the Team Leader's and the Surveyor's observations, the licensee failed to obtain a current gas inspection. The last documented gas inspection was conducted in September 2017.|
|Findings: Based on a review of 4 staff files, the Team Leader and the Surveyor obseved that the file for Staff #1 lacked the required educational documentation required for a teacher-caregiver.|
|Findings: Based on a review of 4 staff files, the Team Leader and the Surveyor observed that Staff #1's staff file lacked the following: * the staff member's written statement attesting to current immunity against measles, rubella, diphtheria, mumps, and pertussis; * documents required in R9-5-301 - documentation of freedom from active tuberculosis; * documentation of the requirements in ARS 36-883.02.(D) - documentation of good faith effort to contact previous employers; * documentation of the training required in R9-5-403 - new staff training completed within 10 days of hire;|
|Findings: Based on a review of 4 staff files, the Team Leader and the Surveyor observed that Staff #1 lacked documentation of completing the required new staff training within 10 days of hire.|
|Findings: Based on the Team Leader's and the Surveyor's observations, it was determined that the facility's first aid kit lacked single use/non porous gloves and closeable 1 gallon plastic bags.|
|Findings: Based on the Team Leader's and the Surveyor's observations, it was determined that room 104 and room 105 lacked a posted accident and emergency plan.|
|Findings: Based on the Team Leader's and the Surveyor's observations, there were 4 orange plastic seats attached to a merry-go-around on the outdoor activity area that had 1 inch to 2 inch holes in them.|
|2019-09-05||2019-10-22||Article 1||ARS 36-883.02.A.|
|Findings: The Team Leader and Surveyor reviewed 4 staff files. Staff #1 started employment on 8/14/19 and there was no documentation that staff # 1 had applied for a fingerprint clearance card as of 9/5/2019. The facility later emailed a copy of the fingerprint clearance card application that was signed and dated 9/5/19. The application was received by DPS on 9/9/19.|
|Findings: The surveyor reviewed 2 indoor activity areas and observed the following: The licensed capacity was not posted in Room 104 - Pre-4 room.|
|Findings: The surveyor reviewed 10 enrolled children ' s Emergency, Information, and Immunization Record cards and observed the following: Child #1 lacked a second emergency contact.|
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