Description: The primary responsibility of our program is to provide a quality educational program for young children. In meeting this responsibility, the center will cooperate with and reinforce the educational efforts of the home. A curriculum is developed that enhances the social, intellectual, physical and emotional development of each child. An enviroment exists where there is acceptance, respect, caring and encouragement. In the warmth of this setting we hope to help the child develop a positive attitude towards learning, and towards responsibility, self-discipline and self-esteem.
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|
|2020-02-20||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2019-11-19||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2019-09-19||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2019-08-06||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2019-05-17||251.06(11)(b)6.||Outdoor Play Space - Potential Source Of Harm|
|Description: The outdoor play space was not free of hazards when the plastic framing on the ground around the play set was cracked and broken, causing sharp plastic edges to be accessible to children.|
|2018-11-20||251.07(6)(f)6.||Current Authorizations For Medications On Premises|
|Description: At the licensing visit medication intended for use by a child in the care of the center was kept at the center without a current medication administration authorization from the parent when 2 Epipens were kept with expired authorizations.|
|2018-05-16||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2018-01-31||Licensing||No violations found ***|
|2017-11-20||251.07(3)(a)2.||Indoor & Outdoor Equipment - Construction, Condition|
|Description: Equipment was not safe when a large TV was not anchored down.|
|2017-08-03||251.04(2)(m)||Health, Safety & Welfare Of Children|
|Description: According to staff reports, a two-year-old child was given peanut butter bread on more than one occasion accidentally. The center had on file a written statement from the doctor stating that they should avoid giving the child peanuts and tree nuts among other foods.|
|2017-08-03||251.06(4)(d)||Exits & Passageways - Unobstructed, Minimum Width|
|Description: The exit door near the school age room was obstructed when it required 2 hand turns to open the door by first unlocking and then turning the door handle to open the door.|
|2017-08-03||251.07(6)(k)1.||Health Examination - Children Under Age 2|
|Description: Child 1 did not have documentation on file of a completed health exam.|
|2017-04-20||251.06(2)(a)||Potential Source Of Harm On Premises|
|Description: During the visit, small amounts of mold were visible on the window sills of a few windows in the center.|
|2017-03-24||251.04(2)(a)||Compliance With Laws|
|Description: Contrary to s. 48.685(3)(bm) Wis. Stats., staff D did not have a complete criminal background check updated within the past 12 months when the IBIS report was missing page 3.|
|Description: There was flaking, deteriorating paint on a pipe next to the sink in the bathroom near the 3K room.|
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