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Newborn 2 School Education Inc
1419 Hill Ave B
Superior WI 54880-1951
Douglas County
 
Contact Information
Amy Benson

Provider #
0000579790
Location #
002
Facility #
2001394
Regulation Type
Licensed Group
Applicant/Licensee
Amy Benson
 
Ages Served
2 Week(s) - 13 Year(s)



Months Open
Jan - Dec
Day Capacity
94
Night Capacity
0

Hours
Mon-Fri
6:30AM - 5:30PM
Sat-Sun
Closed
Current Rating



This program provides Infant Child Care
This program offers 4K programming

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 08/29/2019
Type Revocation
Appeal No
Decision Tax Clearance
Violations **
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 02/26/2019
Type Revocation
Appeal No
Decision Tax Clearance
Violations **
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 08/24/2021
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 06/30/2021
Details See Violations below
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 02/12/2021
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 02/06/2020
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 08/05/2019
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 08/01/2019
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 01/09/2019
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Date 08/24/2021
Rule Number 251.04(6)(b)
Rule Summary Current, Accurate Daily Attendance Record
Description
The attendance was not current and accurate on the day of the licensing visit when 22 children were observed in the Silver room and only 17 children were signed in on the attendance record.
Date 08/24/2021
Rule Number 251.05(2)(a)4.a.
Rule Summary Staff Record - Registry Certificate
Description
While conducting a correction plan verification on 08.24.21 it was discovered that the same 2 staff did not have documentation from the Registry showing that they met the educational qualifications for their positions as Teachers.
Date 08/24/2021
Rule Number 251.055(2)(e)
Rule Summary Mixed Age Group Of Children Over Age 2 - Group Size
Description
The maximum group size for children ages 2 1/2 - 3 years of age may not exceed 16. At the time of the monitoring visit 22 children between the ages of 2 1/2 - 3 years were observed in the Silver room. The director acknowledged the pro rata weight required 2 groups and 3 staff.
Date 08/24/2021
Rule Number 251.09(1)(b)
Rule Summary Infant & Toddler - Location & Sharing Intake Information
Description
Rule states that admission information for an infant or toddler shall be on file in the room or area to which the child is assigned. Child #1 and #2 in the infant room were missing an intake form. Staff admitted to the licensing representative that the form was sent home with the parent for updating and had not been returned.
Date 08/24/2021
Rule Number 251.09(1)(c)
Rule Summary Infant & Toddler - Documenting Changes In Development
Description
An Intake for Children Under 2 form for Child #1 and #2 was missing documentation of having been updated every three months to reflect changes in the child's development and routines based on discussion with the parent.
Date 06/30/2021
Rule Number 251.05(2)(a)2.
Rule Summary Staff Record - Completed Background Check
Description
FBI fingerprint background check missing for 1 individual
Date 02/12/2021
Rule Number 251.05(2)(a)4.a.
Rule Summary Staff Record - Registry Certificate
Description
Staff record review, 2/12/2021. Staff records B and F, teacher positions, did not have documentation from the Registry.
Date 02/12/2021
Rule Number 251.055(2)(d)
Rule Summary Mixed Age Group With Children Under Age 2 - Group Size
Description
The group size for children under age 2 may not exceed 8. At the time of the monitoring visit, 9 children under 2 years of age were in the Sapphire room.
Date 02/06/2020
Rule Number 251.06(2)(n)
Rule Summary Garbage Containers - Construction & Disposal Schedule
Description
Garbage containers with refuse are required to be covered. The garbage can in the 4K room did not have a cover.
Date 02/06/2020
Rule Number 251.07(6)(dm)2.
Rule Summary Medical Log - Pages & Entries
Description
Lines in the med log were skipped between entries made in the book.
Date 02/06/2020
Rule Number 251.07(6)(dm)4.
Rule Summary Medical Log - Reviewing Injury Records
Description
Injuries documented in the medical log are to be reviewed at least every 6 months to ensure preventative measures are taken. Injury reviews were not documented in log books in the last 6 months.
Date 08/05/2019
Rule Number 251.11(4)(b)
Rule Summary Continuation License - Application Materials Submission
Description
At least 30 days before the continuation review date of the license, an applicant for license renewal shall complete and submit to the department all applicable continuation materials and include submittal of any forfeiture due and owing under s. 48.715(3), Stats., or penalty under s. 48.76, Stats.
Date 08/01/2019
Rule Number 251.04(5)(a)6.
Rule Summary Staff File - Orientation & Continuing Education
Description
Staff record review, 8/01/2019. The licensee could not locate continuing education documentation for calendar years 2018-2019. Seven files reviewed did not have documentation that each employee met continuing education hours.
Date 01/09/2019
Rule Number 251.04(6)(a)6m.
Rule Summary Child Record - Immunization History
Description
Child record review, 1/09/2019. Child record # 2, did not have documentation of the child's immunization history.
Date 01/09/2019
Rule Number 251.04(6)(a)8.
Rule Summary Child Record - Health Examination
Description
Child records 2, 6 & 10, did not have documentation of each child's physical health report, per DCF 251.07(6)(k).

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

None reported.

Program Philosophy

None reported.

Vacancies

None reported.

Waitlist

This provider does not have a waitlist.

Footnotes

* 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.





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