Service Schedule: All Year
Expires: July 01, 2018
License Type Definition
|A full license is issued when an applicant has demonstrated substantial complliance with the child development facilities regulations.|
Current License Begin Date
November 19, 2020
Current License Expiration Date
October 31, 2023
Original License Issuance Date
May 12, 2004
|Infant (0 - 12 months)||Yes|
|Toddler (12 - 36 months)||Yes|
|Preschool (36 months - Compulsory Age)||Yes|
|School Age (5 years old by Sept. 30)||No|
|Age Group||Openings||Current Enrollment||Desired Enrollment||Monthly Tuition|
|Infant (0 - 12 Months)||3||No Data Available||No Data Available||No Data Available|
|Toddler (12 - 36 Months)||12||No Data Available||No Data Available||No Data Available|
|Preschool (3 - 5 Years)||7||No Data Available||No Data Available||No Data Available|
|School Age (5 - 19 Years)||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
|July 01, 2018|
|Complaint Date||Allegation Type||Deficiency Code||Resolution Date|
|General Health and Safety||118.1||03-05-2021|
|General Health and Safety||110.1(a)||03-09-2021|
|General Health and Safety||118.1||03-09-2021|
|General Health and Safety||118.5||03-09-2021|
|08-20-2020||General Health and Safety||118.5||08-24-2020|
|02-14-2020||General Health and Safety||121.2||03-19-2020|
|General Health and Safety||120.1||01-23-2020|
|General Health and Safety||121.2||01-23-2020|
|Inspection Date||Inspection Type|
These programs meet children’s basic health and safety standards and there is adequate evidence that the program provides a nurturing environment with supportive interactions (e.g., responsive scheduling, warm/positive interactions) that promotes children’s cognitive, physical and social-emotional development.
Effective as of: October 01, 2022
The Classroom Assessment Soring System (CLASS) Pre-K is an observation tool that focuses on interactions between adults and children. CLASS Pre-K includes three categories of teacher-child interactions that support children's learning and development: Emotional Support, Classroom Organization and Instructional Support. For more information on CLASS click here.
The Environment Rating Scales(ERS): Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale-Revised (ITERS-R) and Family Child Care Environment Rating Scale-Revised (FCCERS-R) are designed to assess quality in an early childhood or school age care group. Quality consists of the various interactions that go on in a classroom between adults and children. ITERS-R and FCCERS-R also assess the interactions children have with the many materials and activities in the environment. For more information on ITERS-R click here. For more information on FCCERS-R click here.
Curricula are instructional programs that include goals for children’s learning and growth and materials to help teachers in the classroom and families at home. View a list of research-based curricula used in this early care and education program below.
|Name of Curricula|
|The Creative Curriculum|
Teachers use assessments as tools to observe what children are learning and how they are growing. View a list of research-based assessments used in this early care and education program below.
|Name of Assessment|
|Teaching Strategies Gold (TSG)|
Teacher planning time is essential to creating a quality learning environment that meets the needs of all children. When child care facilities prioritize paid teacher planning time, teachers are better able to plan lessons, prepare materials and collaborate with colleagues.