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YoungStar is Wisconsin's child care quality rating and improvement system. We give parents tools and information to raise happy, healthy kids. We help preschools and child care providers give children safe, nurturing places to grow. How do we do it?

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Cashton's Cradles To Crayons, Llc
Cashton's Cradles To Crayons Llc
111 Eagle Dr
Cashton WI 54619-7282
Monroe County
Contact Information
Morgan Meyer

Provider #
Location #
Facility #
Regulation Type
Licensed Group
Morgan Meyer
Ages Served
0 Week(s) - 12 Year(s)

Months Open
Jan - Dec
Day Capacity
Night Capacity

6:00AM - 6:00PM
Current Rating

This program provides Infant Child Care

Regulated child care providers are monitored for compliance with health and safety standards. Below, you may view the last three years of enforcement actions/stipulations/warning letters *, monitoring and violations.

Enforcement Actions/Stipulations/Warning Letters * in Last 3 Years

Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 01/08/2020
Type Orders Letter
Appeal No
Violations **
251.04(2)(m) (Health, Safety & Welfare Of Children) on 01/03/2020 : On 12/31/19, a staff person fed an infant another infant's bottle of breast milk.
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 08/12/2021
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 01/14/2021
Details No violations found ***
Results Statement of Compliance
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 01/03/2020
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 08/07/2019
Details No violations found ***
Results Statement of Compliance
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 05/23/2019
Details No violations found ***
Date 08/12/2021
Rule Number 251.04(8)(b)
Rule Summary Biennial Training - Child Abuse & Neglect
Staff B and C were missing documentation of having received training within the past two years on child abuse and neglect laws, identification, and reporting.
Date 08/12/2021
Rule Number 251.05(3)(b)
Rule Summary Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Training
Documentation of completion of Abusive Head Trauma (AHT) training was not observed in the file for staff A. AHT training is required to be completed before a child care worker begins to work with children under age 5.
Date 08/12/2021
Rule Number 251.06(4)(a)
Rule Summary Fire Extinguishers - Operable, Inspected, Labeled
The last inspection date on the tags of the fire extinguishers was April 2020. Fire extinguishers are required by rule to be inspected once a year by a qualified person and bear a label indicating its present condition and date of the last inspection.
Date 08/12/2021
Rule Number 251.09(3)(a)2.
Rule Summary Infant & Toddler - Food & Formula Brought From Home
Per rule, child care workers shall ensure that food and formula (including breast milk) are labeled with the child's name and dated. Multiple bottles of formula and/or breast milk in the infant room refrigerator were not labeled with the child's name or dated as observed by the licensing representative.
Date 01/03/2020
Rule Number 251.04(2)(m)
Rule Summary Health, Safety & Welfare Of Children
On 12/31/19, a staff person fed an infant another infant's bottle of breast milk.

The following details are reported by the child care provider. These details are not verified by the Department of Children and Families. These details are updated by the provider and may not be up to date. Please contact the provider for the latest information.

Special Types of Care Available

Before School Care provided.
After School Care provided.

Program Philosophy

None reported.


None reported.


This provider does not have a waitlist.


* An enforcement action is a sanction or penalty that the Department of Children and Families may impose to gain a child care center's compliance with administrative rule. An enforcement action only pertains to licensed care -- not to certified care. On the date indicated above, an enforcement action was issued by the Department to address a violation of one or more administrative rules. The center can dispute an enforcement action through an appeal. If there is an appeal, this is also indicated above. If no decision is listed for an appealed action, contact the appropriate Department Regional Office for more information. The Department may resolve an enforcement action through a stipulation agreement with the licensee. The Department can also issue a warning letter which is not an enforcement action and does not have appeal rights.

** Any violations included in an enforcement action are both displayed next to the enforcement action and displayed in the listing of violations. Forfeitures are displayed next to their action type, and forfeiture amounts are identified next to each violation.

*** During a partial review of rule requirements on the date indicated, no rule violations were observed.

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