|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA ) met with facility director, for the purpose of conducting an annual random visit. LPA toured/inspected the facility indoor and outdoor. The facility utilizes 4 classrooms . There were 33 children in the preschool classrooms( 3 classrooms) with three teachers and 6 children in the toddler option classroom with one teacher. Staff to child ratio was observed. There was another staff , cook, present during the visit. Furniture and equipment were observed to be age appropriateness and good repair . The facility was observed to operate within the license capacity . Telephone service, heating, lighting and ventilation were evaluated and were in compliance with Title 22 Division12 Chapter 1 regulations. Storage for children's belongings was noted to be proper and individualized. LPA inspected the Isolation area located in the director’s office which is by a restroom and the area was orderly and clean. The bathroom had Age appropriate sinks and toilets which were inspected for availability, good repair, water temperature, toilet paper, paper towels, soap, area safety and sanitation and all were in order. First Aid supplies were inventoried and smoke detectors/fire extinguishers/carbon monoxide detectors were observed to be well serviced during this visit. A review of medication policy, including administering, labeling, storage, and records was completed. Sign in and out sheets were reviewed, but were not complete. This was brought up to the facility director's attention. Napping equipment was inspected and was in good repair. Documentation of Fire and Earthquake drills, Emergency disaster plan were posted. Activity Schedule was posted in all classrooms. Snack/lunch menus were observed. Disposal of food/debris was discussed/ trash cans had lids on. Snacks were stored in kitchen area which was clean and the facility only provides snacks for children. Children bring their own lunch. Food preparation area was inspected and it met Title 22 regulations. Storing of toxins/cleaning compounds were in order, inaccessible to children. Cleaning supplies were stored out of children’s reach. During the visit, all Classrooms had drinking water via water pitcher and cups available for children as needed.|
Outdoor equipment was inspected for safety, cushioning material and age appropriateness. Cushioning material was in poor repair and that was brought to the facility director's attention. The facility director inquired about the current regulation for regarding the cushioning material and outdoor space. LPA provided the facility director with a copy of the regulation.