DHSS MO
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SENIOR SERVICES

SECTION FOR CHILD CARE REGULATION

LICENSE EXEMPT PROGRAM INSPECTION REPORT
Facility Information

STEPPING STONES ACADEMY

000327980

(636) 343-0340

899 GRAVOIS RD
FENTON
MO  63026

SOLID ROCK MINISTRIES



 

BOGGS, DANEILLE JESSICA


ssacademyfenton@gmail.com

Incorporated


MICHELLE (SHELLEY) TRUESDALE

6 WEEKS - 5 YEARS

98

LICENSE EXEMPT PROGRAM

 
Inspection Information

02/14/2020

N/A

N/A

N/A

COMPLIANCE VERIFICATION

2373546587


DocumentDocument-Date
NOTICE OF PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY 09/27/2019
FIRE/SAFETY INSPECTION 10/29/2019
SANITATION INSPECTION 01/07/2020




Inspection determined facility to be in compliance with rules.
Open Violations: NA

 
19 CSR 30-60.020 Application for Annual Fire Safety and Health and Sanitation Inspections and Inspection Procedures
Compliance
19 CSR 30-60.050 Staffing Requirements
Compliance
19 CSR 30-60.060 Health Requirements
Violation
 Provider Comments
Violation
Medical examination reports including TB testing were not on file for caregivers as evidenced by the medical form did not contain all required information in that Daneille Boggs, Rachel Wagner, Jennifer Watts and Sarah Wellman has incomplete information on the medical exam forms.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.060 Health Requirements (1) (D) 2 states: The facility may use the department's physical assessment form, MO 580-1879 (6- 94), or the facility may use its own form if it contains all the information on the department's form.
Correction Required
Medical/TB reports shall be on file as required.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/29/2020
Violation
Medical examination reports including TB testing were not on file for caregivers as evidenced by a TB report on file is older than 24 months.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.060 Health Requirements (1) (D) 3 states: After the initial physical assessment, all caregivers working in a facility during child care hours shall be tested for tuberculosis at least every two (2) years. Caregivers with previously positive tuberculin tests shall be under the management of a physician.
Correction Required
Medical/TB reports shall be on file as required.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
Violation
Medical examination reports including TB testing were not on file for caregivers as evidenced by a cleared TB report was not on file for caregivers within 30 days of working in the facility.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.060 Health Requirements (1) (D) states: All caregivers working in a facility during child care hours shall be in good health. They shall have a physical assessment, including a tuberculosis status assessment by a licensed physician or registered professional nurse. A physical assessment report, signed by a licensed physician or registered professional nurse, shall be on file at the time of employment or within thirty (30) days following employment.
Correction Required
Medical/TB reports shall be on file as required.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
19 CSR 30-60.070 Responsibilities of Caregivers
Compliance
19 CSR 30-60.080 Fire Safety Requirements
Compliance
19 CSR 30-60.090 Sanitation Requirements
Violation
 Provider Comments
Violation
The disposal of wet or soiled diapers did not meet requirements as evidenced by the disposal container was not airtight.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.090 Sanitation Requirements 3 (E) states: Wet or soiled disposable diapers shall be placed in an airtight disposal container located in the diaper change area and discarded daily. If cloth diapers are used, they shall be stored in airtight plastic bags and removed from the building daily.
Correction Required
Caregivers shall dispose of wet or soiled diapers as required.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
19 CSR 30-60.100 Physical Plant, Space, Supplies and Equipment
Violation
 Provider Comments
Violation
Hazardous items as follows were accessible to children: storage cabinet with plastic bags and latex balloons . The item(s) was/were located in the 3 year old room.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.100 Physical Plant, Space, Supplies and Equipment 1 (D) states: Hazardous materials such as cleaning supplies, poisonous materials, medicines, alcoholic beverages or hazardous personal care items shall be inaccessible to children and stored to prevent cross-contamination of food and food-related materials.
Correction Required
Hazardous material(s) shall be inaccessible to children and stored to prevent cross-contamination of food and food-related items.

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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
Violation
The walls located in the preschool bathroom stall was/were not in good condition as evidenced by the wall surface and paint has peeled off.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.100 Physical Plant, Space, Supplies and Equipment 1 (F) states: Walls, ceilings, floors and equipment shall be finished with materials that can be cleaned easily and shall be free of splinters, cracks and chipped paint. Floor covering shall be in good condition. The facility shall be free of all lead hazards and asbestos that is friable or dangerous.
Correction Required
Walls, ceilings, and floors shall be made of approved materials, easily cleaned and in good condition.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
Violation
The space for infants and toddlers is not separated by floor-to-ceiling walls.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.100 Physical Plant, Space, Supplies and Equipment 2 (F) 2 states: A facility with a capacity of more than twenty (20) children or more than four (4) infants and toddlers shall have infant and toddler space separate from the older children. The space shall be separated by floor to- ceiling walls with separate play, sleeping and bathroom space.
Correction Required
Infant/toddler space shall be separated from other child care space by floor-to-ceiling walls.

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Compliance Date
1/29/2020
Violation
Requirements for the outdoor play area were not met as evidenced by the fence had openings that were greater than 3 1/2 inches and allow entrapment - the openings measured the wooden fence at the top of the hill has a gap of 9 inches at a post, a gap of 4 1/2 inches due to a missing fence board and a gap of 5 inches along the bottom.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.100 Physical Plant, Space, Supplies and Equipment 4 (A) states: An outdoor play area available on or adjoining the child care property. Facilities with a capacity of more than ten (10) children shall have a fenced play area. Play areas in facilities with a capacity of ten (10) or fewer children shall be fenced when necessary for the protection of children from traffic, water or other hazards. Fences shall be at least forty-two inches (42") high. Openings in fences shall be no greater than three and one-half inches (3 1/2").
Correction Required
The outdoor play area shall be on or adjoining the property and fenced as required.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
19 CSR 30-60.110 Transportation and Field Trip Requirements
Compliance
19 CSR 30-60.120 Admission Procedures and Required Reports and Records
Violation
 Provider Comments
Violation
The facility did not meet requirements for child enrollment and health information on file as evidenced by 2 child files did not have the full name of the parent(s), guardian or legal custodian, home address, employers’ name and address, work schedule and home and work telephone numbers.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.120 Admission Procedures and Required Reports and Records 2 (B) states: The full name of the parent(s), guardian or legal custodian, home address, work schedule, home and work telephone numbers, and employer's name and address.
Correction Required
An individual file with required information for each child shall be maintained.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
Violation
The facility did not meet requirements for child enrollment and health information on file as evidenced by 1 (Child 8) child files did not have the name and phone number of the family physician, or hospital, or both.
Licensing Rule Reference
19 CSR 30-60.120 Admission Procedures and Required Reports and Records 2 (D) states: Name and phone number of a physician and preferred hospital to be used in an emergency.
Correction Required
An individual file with required information for each child shall be maintained.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/20/2020
19 CSR 30-63.040 Background Screening Findings
Compliance
RSMo 210.003 Immunizations of children required, when, exceptions--duties of administrator, report--notification of parents, when.
Compliance
RSMo 210.1080 Background checks required--definitions--procedures—ineligible for employment, when--exemption, when--emergency rules.
Compliance
RSMo 210.115 Reports of abuse, neglect, and under age eighteen deaths--persons required to report--supervisors and administrators not to impede reporting--deaths required to be reported to the division or child fatality review panel, when.
Compliance
RSMo 210.254 Religious organization operating facilities exempt under licensing laws required to file parental notice of responsibility and fire, safety inspections annually.
Compliance
RSMo 210.255 Religious organizations operating facility in violation, procedure - noncompliance after notice, prosecutor may act or attorney general.
Compliance
RSMo 252. Fire, safety, health and sanitation inspections, procedures - variances to rules granted when - rules authorized.
Violation
 Provider Comments
Violation
Requirements for sanitation inspection were not met as evidenced by the inspection was not approved.
Licensing Rule Reference
RSMo 252. Fire, safety, health and sanitation inspections, procedures - variances to rules granted when - rules authorized. 1. states: All buildings and premises used by a child-care facility to care for more than six children except those exempted from the licensing provisions of the department of health and senior services pursuant to subdivisions (1), (2), (3), and (5) of section 210.211, shall be inspected annually for fire and safety by the state fire marshal, the marshal's designee or officials of a local fire district and for health and sanitation by the department of health and senior services or officials of the local health department. Evidence of compliance with the inspections required by this section shall be kept on file and available to parents of children enrolling in the child-care facility.
Correction Required
An approved sanitation and fire/safety inspection shall be kept on file and be available as required.

Correction Verification
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Compliance Date
1/7/2020