| Licensing Program Analyst (LPA), Stephanie Rangel, conducted an unannounced random visit to the Facility today. LPA met with director Laurie Hauff and explained the nature of today's visit to her. LPA toured the Facility both inside and outside during today's visit. LPA observed the required posted materials, including the Facility License, Emergency Disaster Plan (LIC 610), Earthquake Preparedness Checklist (LIC 9148), Parents' Rights Poster (PUB 393), Personal Rights (LIC 613A), Child Car Seat Law (PUB 269), Menus, and Activity Schedule. |
LPA reminded director of the applicable civil penalties for those adults who have not received fingerprint clearances, are not associated to the license and who come in contact with or provide care and supervision to the children. Penalty amounts: $100.00 per person per day, minimum of $100.00 to a maximum of $500.00 per person for an initial violation and a minimum of $100.00 to a maximum of $3000.00 per person for any subsequent violations within a 12 month period.
LPA reviewed 10 children's and 6 staff files during today's visit. Each child's file reviewed contains emergency information. The staff files reviewed contain the required transcripts/verification of experience. Director has current CPR and First Aid certifications on file with an expiration date of 10/23/17. Director understands that there shall be at least one person, with valid CPR and First Aid certifications, on site at all times or present during off-site activities (field trips).
LPA observed that the teacher/child ratio was in compliance during today's visit. Director understands the conditions, limitations, and capacity specifications of the Facility license. Director understands that children shall be visually supervised at all times.
LPA observed that all rooms are clean and safe for all children and staff. LPA observed solid waste containers with tight-fitting lids throughout the Facility. The classroom is clean, sanitary, and operable. Director states that there are no weapons or firearms on the premises. The food preparation and storage areas are clean, free of litter & rubbish, and free of rodents and other vermin. All food and beverages that require refrigeration are stored in covered containers.
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