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What is YoungStar?

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?

  • By objectively measuring child care quality from one to five stars for thousands of child care providers.
  • By giving parents an easy way to find programs that match their family's lifestyle, budget, and special needs.
  • By supporting providers with tools and training to deliver high quality care.
  • By setting a consistent standard for child care quality.

What is Regulated Child Care?

Regulated child care provides a foundation for safe child care settings by conducting background checks, regular inspections and complaint investigations. Types of regulated child care include:

  • Certified Care (3 or fewer children under age 7 in care)
  • Licensed Family Child Care (up to 8 children under age 7)
  • Licensed Group Child Care (9 or more children under age 7)
  • Day Camp (seasonal program for 4 or more children ages 3 & up)

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Melinda Obrien
Rising Sun Daycare
625 Basswood Ave
Verona WI 53593-1657
Dane County
 
Contact Information
Mindy Obrien

Provider #
4000585414
Location #
001
Facility #
2001577
Regulation Type
Licensed Family
Applicant/Licensee
Melinda Obrien
 
Ages Served
6 Week(s) - 12 Year(s)



Months Open
Jan - Dec
Day Capacity
7
Night Capacity
0

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


11 Points Earned, Out of 40 Points Maximum

Category Points Earned Points Possible
Education and Training 4 14
Learning Environment and Curriculum 2 14
Business and Professional Practices 4 7
Health and Wellness 1 5
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 monitoring and violations.

Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 09/05/2019
Details No violations found ***
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 05/29/2019
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 06/21/2018
Details No violations found ***
Results Statement of Compliance
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 09/29/2017
Details No violations found ***
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 08/01/2017
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 06/08/2017
Details See Violations below
Results View Plan
Type of Regulation Licensing
Date 05/01/2017
Details No violations found ***
Date 05/29/2019
Rule Number 250.05(1)(b)4.
Rule Summary Provider Training - Continuing Education
Description
Staff A did not have 15 hours of continuing education in 2018.
Date 08/01/2017
Rule Number 250.09(1)(c)2.
Rule Summary Infant & Toddler - Crib & Playpen Mattresses
Description
The pack n play used for sleeping did not contain a tight fitting sheet covering the mattress snugly.
Date 06/08/2017
Rule Number 250.04(5)(c)
Rule Summary Staff File - Caregiver Background Check Results
Description
Staff A on the staff record checklist did not have a complete caregiver background check including any report of an investigation required under ch. DHS 12 within 60 days after hire.
Date 06/08/2017
Rule Number 250.07(4)(b)
Rule Summary Naps - Awake Children
Description
Substitute provider did not allow children to get up from rest period and have a quiet time through the use of equipment or activities. All five children were awake and were required to stay on their mat.
Date 06/08/2017
Rule Number 250.07(6)(g)1.c.
Rule Summary Use Of Hand Sanitizers
Description
During the visit a staff member used hand sanitizer instead of soap and water to wash her hands after diapering a child.
Date 06/08/2017
Rule Number 250.09(4)(b)
Rule Summary Infant & Toddler - Diaper Changing Surface - Disinfection
Description
The diaper changing mat was not washed and disinfected using a two step process when the mat was only cleaned with soap and water.
Date 06/08/2017
Rule Number 250.09(4)(i)
Rule Summary Infant & Toddler - Child Handwashing After Diapering
Description
A child's hands were not washed with soap and warm running water after diapering.
Footnotes
*** During a partial review of rule requirements on the date indicated, no rule violations were observed.





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