|Licensing Program Analyst, Joelle Redding, made an unannounced visit for the purpose of a random annual inspection. During this visit, there were 112 children with 16 staff as follows: Room 100: 16 children with two teachers; Room 101: 15 children with two teachers; Room 102: 14 children with two teachers; Room 103: 11 children with two teachers; Room 200: 15 children with two teachers; Room 201: 14 children with two teachers; Room 202: 13 children with two teachers and Room 203: 14 children with two teachers. Facility is within ratio and capacity. Program operates Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m to 2:30 p.m. with a nap/rest period starting after lunch. |
LPA toured the facility. The furniture, toys, books, games and play equipment, both inside and out, are safe, age-appropriate and in good repair. All rooms have adequate heating, lighting and ventilation, are clean and orderly, and are free of hazards. Medications are kept in an upper cabinet of the classroom, inaccessible to children. Bathrooms and handwashing areas are in a safe, sanitary and operating condition. The 200 building has their own bathrooms in the classrooms. The 100 building uses the bathrooms across the courtyard in the Commons building. Supervision is in place to and from and while children are inside the restrooms. These restrooms have been designated for preschool only during the preschool operating hours. Children bring their own snacks and lunches and there is an option to purchase hot lunch from Ki's, a local restaurant. There is extra food on hand, stored in the church's kitchen, for emergencies. All hazardous items are stored where they are inaccessible to children. The outdoor play areas are fenced and have sufficient cushioning under and around play structures, swings and slides. Portable water is used outdoors. There is no evidence of rodent or insect activity. The carbon monoxide detector is operational. All staff present have a current pediatric CPR and First Aid certification. Sign in/out sheets were reviewed and found to be current and complete. LPA observed appropriate supervision in and out of the classroom. A sample of children's records were reviewed for admission’s agreements and staff records for qualifications. SB 792 (staff immunizations) and AB 1207 (Mandated Reporter Training) requirements have been met. Effects of Lead Exposure handout was provided for dissemination to the parents/guardians of current and future enrollees.