|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Manlutac performed an unannounced random annual inspection at the facility at issue. LPA met with Valerie Peterson, purpose of the inspection was explained. Present during the inspection were the site supervisor, three teaching staff and 18 preschool aged children, the facility is operating within ratio and within licensed capacity on this day. LPA inspected inside and outside of the facility for health and safety hazards. LPA also reviewed children and personnel files for required licensing documents.|
Per director there are no firearms or weapons on the premises. LPA did not observe any bodies of water on the premises. The facility is equipped with a smoke alarm, a carbon monoxide detector, and a fully charged fire extinguisher that meets minimum size requirements. Cleaning supplies are stored in the adult bathroom which is inaccessible to the children. Medications are stored in backpacks which were out of reach from the children. The classroom was clean and orderly with a sufficient amount of learning materials and age appropriate furniture in well repair available to the children. The bathroom and kitchen surfaces appeared clean and sanitary. Trash receptacles had tight fitting lids in well repair. Uncontaminated drinking water is available to the children via pitcher. Menus are posted for the month on a posting board. The playground was free from hazardous materials and had sufficient padding around the play structure.
Staff records had appropriate education units and current first aid CPR certification. All staff had complete immunization records. Children files had admission agreements available for review, documented immunization records, and signed slips for parents rights notification and personal rights.
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