Description: The objectives of the Weekday Early Education Program are:
A. To provide a happy Christian environment in which the child can grow spiritually, socially, mentally, and emotionally.
B. To provide opportunities for church, school, and home to work together in meeting the needs of the child.
C. To help the child develop a good self-concept.
D. To help the child develop his/her ability for establishing satisfying experiences and relationships in working and playing with those of his own age.
E. To provide a stimulating climate for learning with opportunities for self-expression, investigation, and participation in group activities.
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|2018-03-08||Facility Visit||1200.1201.6.a.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:Monthly
|2017-11-29||Facility Visit||300.306.5.a.The director, assistant director/site supervisor, and 50% of the facility staff that are on site at any given time shall have a certificate of successful completion of first aid and CPR from an approved organization.The curriculum shall conform to current American Heart Association or American Red Cross guidelines.
|2017-04-11||Facility Visit||1200.1201.6.e.Fire and tornado drills shall be practiced as follows:During all hours when children are in care (evenings, nights, weekends, etc.)
|2016-10-31||Facility Visit||300.306.4.01.All new staff, including volunteers who are counted in the ratios shall receive the following orientation (unless the staff has prior documented training in the required areas). Introduction (8 clock hours) to be completed before being left alone with children: a. Proper supervision of children b. Behavioral guidance practices c. Safe sleep practices for infants d. Shaken baby syndrome; which includes prevention (Carters Law, Act 1208) e. Appropriately responding to a crying/fussy infant/child f. Emergency procedures in the event of severe weather, or fire, including evacuation procedures and routes, and location and use of fire extinguishers. g. Mandated reporter training h. Administering medication i. Caring for children with special needs / care plans j. Transportation and car seat safety k. Policies regarding release of children to authorized individuals
|2016-03-14||Facility Visit||1100.1101.11.d.A first aid supply shall be kept out of reach of the children. A first aid kit containing medications shall be locked. This kit shall include the following: Roll of gauze bandages
1100.1101.11.e.A first aid supply shall be kept out of reach of the children. A first aid kit containing medications shall be locked. This kit shall include the following: Antiseptic
1100.1101.11.g.A first aid supply shall be kept out of reach of the children. A first aid kit containing medications shall be locked. This kit shall include the following: Scissors
1200.1201.1.a.Within 30 days of licensure and within 30 days of any change or modification of the floor plan, the facility shall file a copy of their floor plan with the local Office of Emergency Management including the following ( 20-78-228 Act 1159 of 2013):A schematic drawing of the facility and property used by the child care facility including the configuration of rooms, spaces and other physical features of the building
1200.1201.5.Written procedures and evacuation diagrams for emergency drills shall be posted in each classroom.
1200.1201.8.a.The facility shall maintain an evacuation pack that shall be taken on all drills and during actual emergency evacuations. The pack shall be easily accessible in an emergency and all staff shall know the location of the pack. The evacuation pack shall include, but is not limited to the following:List of emergency numbers
1200.1201.8.c.The facility shall maintain an evacuation pack that shall be taken on all drills and during actual emergency evacuations. The pack shall be easily accessible in an emergency and all staff shall know the location of the pack. The evacuation pack shall include, but is not limited to the following:List of all emergency and contact information for staff
200.201.2.The facility shall provide a written procedure for reporting suspected of child maltreatment. This procedure shall be followed and a call made to the Hot Line whenever there is a suspicion of child maltreatment (1-800-482-5964). These reports of child maltreatment shall include all allegations made to the licensee by parents, staff members or the general public. The licensee should call Child Care Licensing for guidance if there is any question about whether or not the Hot Line should be called regarding any situation where potential child maltreatment is involved.
200.201.3.The facility shall provide a written procedure for reporting suspected licensing violations. Serious licensing violations shall be reported to the Licensing Unit. These include, but are not limited to, violations relating to transportation, inappropriate behavior guidance, leaving children unattended or unsupervised, staff/child ratio violations or any other violations that could imminently affect the health and safety of children.
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