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Emergency Closure of Family Child Care Learning Home

Topic: Early Care & Learning, Decided by Judge Brown 
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Center subject to emergency closure after DECAL discovered that thirty-two children were in its care at one time, when the Center was only authorized to care for six to eight children.

Summer Food Service Program participants must repay disallowances using non-SFSP funds.

Topic: Early Care & Learning, Decided by Judge Walker-Russell 
Docket Number: 1653326 , Decision Date: 2016-07-25 
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The Petitioner, a participant in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), was required to repay a debt to SFSP after the Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) discovered that it exceeded its state-approved budget for store purchases.  DECAL subsequently sought to disqualify the Petitioner [..] Read More..

CAPS benefits paid to corporation could not be recovered from individuals absent showing of fraud.

Topic: Early Care & Learning, Decided by Judge Kennedy 
Docket Number: 1509315 , Decision Date: 2016-05-18 
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The Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) sought to recover Child and Parent Services (CAPS) Program benefits paid to a corporation doing business as a daycare center.  DECAL alleged that the parents of the owner of the corporation, who had previously operated a different [..] Read More..

Daycare’s license revoked for employing individual with unsatisfactory background check.

Topic: Early Care & Learning, Decided by Judge Kennedy 
Docket Number: 1628271 , Decision Date: 2016-03-17 
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The Department of Early Care and Learning notified the owner of a family day care home (FDCH) that it could not make a fitness determination with regard to two of its employees for lack of complete files, and that the employees were therefore prohibited from [..] Read More..

Evidence insufficient to establish a daycare provider caused an infant’s death.

Topic: Early Care & Learning, Decided by Judge Baxter 
Docket Number: 1512274 , Decision Date: 2015-03-19 
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Petitioner, a Child Care Learning Center, retained its certificate to operate its facility—so long as it no longer operates an infant room—after the judge found insufficient evidence to establish the Petitioner’s admitted rule violations resulted in an infant’s death.

Center restricted, fined for leaving child on vehicle and failure to report child missing.

Topic: Early Care & Learning, Decided by Judge Howells 
Docket Number: 1519961 , Decision Date: 2015-02-19 
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A child in the care of Petitioner, a daycare center, was left alone on the center’s van during afternoon transportation after the driver failed to physically check the vehicle or adequately complete transportation logs.  A passing motorist found the child wandering alongside a road and [..] Read More..

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