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Delaware General AssemblyDelaware RegulationsMonthly Register of RegulationsApril 2018


Regulatory Flexibility Act Form

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(29 Del.C. §9003(7) and 31 Del.C. §§341-345)
9 DE Admin. Code 103
Interested parties wishing to offer comments, suggestions, data, briefs, or other materials concerning the proposed regulation may submit them to the Office of Child Care Licensing, Division of Family Services, Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, 3411 Silverside Road, Hagley Building, Wilmington, Delaware, 19810, Attention: Kelly McDowell or email them to Kelly McDowell at Kelly.McDowell@state.de.us by the close of business on May 31, 2018. Public hearings will be held in each county on the following dates: May 1, 2018, from 6:30 pm -7:30 pm, at the Bear Library, 101 Governor's Place, Bear, DE Room 1 A & B; April 30, 2018, from 6:30 pm -7:30 pm, at OCCL 821 Silver Lake Blvd. Dover, DE, and May 2, 2018, from 6:30 pm -7:30 pm, at the Milton Library 121 Union St. Milton, DE.
The legal base for these licensing regulations is in 31 Del.C. §§341-345 and 29 Del.C. §9003(7).
The purpose of these regulations is to protect the health, safety, well-being, and positive development of children who receive child care in family and large family homes. These regulations reflect Delaware's minimum standards for the care, education, protection, supervision, or and guidance of children in licensed family and large family homes. A licensee may choose to exceed these regulations set forth by the Office of Child Care Licensing (known hereafter as OCCL) by joining Delaware Stars for Early Success or by a licensee's own efforts.
Administration of Medication certificate” means a document issued by OCCL that gives permission for a staff member to administer medication to children in care as described in the Administration of Medication Study Guide.
"Administrative hearing" means the hearing provided to a licensee or applicant when requesting an appeal of OCCL's decision to place the facility on an enforcement action, such as warning of probation, probation, suspension, revocation, or denial. A licensee or applicant must show evidence to dispute the action. Licensees or applicants, at their expense, may appeal hearing decisions for suspensions, revocations and denials to Delaware Superior Court for a final review.
"Administrator" means the person responsible for the supervision and administration of OCCL.
"Agreement of understanding" means a document that is part of a corrective action plan or used when necessary to ensure regulation compliance.
"Applicant" means a person or entity applying for a child care license through OCCL.
"Associate caregiver" means a staff member who works under the supervision of a caregiver and provides child care at a large family child care home licensed before January 1, 2009. The associate caregiver is renamed large family assistant in these regulations.
"Background check" means a State of Delaware and federal (national) fingerprinted report of a person's entire criminal history, a Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families child protection registry check, and other checks as required by State or federal law.
"Business day" means a weekday Monday through Friday not including State of Delaware legal holidays that fall on a weekday.
"Capacity" means the total number of children, excluding school-age household members that may be present at one time.
"Caregiver" means the staff member responsible for the total program including providing child care at a large family child care home that was licensed before January 1, 2009. The caregiver is renamed large family provider in these regulations.
"Child abuse" means a person causes or inflicts sexual abuse on a child; or a person that has care, custody, or control of a child causes or inflicts physical injury through unjustified force, emotional abuse, torture, exploitation, maltreatment, or mistreatment as defined in 10 Del.C. §901.
"Child care" means providing care, education, protection, supervision, or guidance of children in a family or large family child care home.
"Child care licensing specialist" or "licensing specialist" means an OCCL employee responsible for performing regulatory activities including monitoring child care facilities, investigating complaints, monitoring the need for enforcement actions, and making recommendations for licensure as set forth in Delaware Code and these regulations.
"Child care licensing supervisor" or "licensing supervisor" means an OCCL employee responsible for performing supervisory and regulatory activities including monitoring child care facilities, investigating complaints, monitoring the need for enforcement actions, and making recommendations for licensure as set forth in Delaware Code and these regulations.
"Child neglect" means a person responsible for a child failed to provide the proper or necessary education as required by law; nutrition; or medical, surgical, or any other care necessary for the child's well-being as defined in 10 Del.C. §901.
"Child sex abuse" means an act against a child that is described as a sex offense or child exploitation as defined in 11 Del.C. §8550(2).
"Child with disabilities" means a child diagnosed by a qualified professional as having a physical, intellectual, emotional, or developmental disability, or chronic medical condition. This disability may require modifications in the regular program of activities for that child at a home as listed in an individual education program or “IEP,” or individualized family service plan or “IFSP,” or as defined by applicable federal and State laws.
CHU” means the Office of Child Care Licensing’s Criminal History Unit.
"Clock hour(s)" means the actual number of hours a person spends attending the instructional portion of a training designed to develop or enhance child care skills.
"Complaint investigation" means the process followed by the division to investigate accusations that a licensee does not comply with these regulations or applicable laws.
"Compliance review" means an inspection of the home, grounds, and files to determine compliance with these regulations.
Comprehensive Background check” means a State of Delaware and federal (national) fingerprinted report of a person’s entire criminal history including a search of the National Crime Information Center’s National Sex Offender Registry; and a search of state criminal, sex offender, and child abuse and neglect registries, repositories, or databases in the state where the person resides, and in each state in which he or she resided during the past five years. Adult household members, substitutes, staff members, and volunteers, may be present on a provisional basis after completing a State of Delaware and federal fingerprint check. However, they must be supervised at all times pending an eligibility determination.
"Conference" means a meeting between OCCL and a licensee to discuss non-compliance of a serious or repeated nature. If a licensee does not correct this non-compliance as stated in a corrective action plan or agreement of understanding, this may result in an enforcement action. At a conference, a licensee may also dispute non-compliance with regulations cited by a licensing specialist during a compliance review, complaint or other visit, or discuss the denial of a variance request.
"Corrective action plan" means a document listing non-compliance a licensee must correct, how to correct it, and the date OCCL requires the corrections to be completed.
"CPSC" means the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
"Denial" means the process of refusing to grant a license after OCCL receives an application.
"Department" means the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families.
DHSS” means the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services.
"Direct voice contact" means a licensee or staff member is required to speak with an OCCL licensing specialist, licensing supervisor, or administrator by calling or visiting OCCL. When direct voice contact is required, leaving a voice mail message is not acceptable.
"Division" means the Division of Family Services within the department.
"Division director" means the director of the Division of Family Services.
"DPH" means the Delaware Division of Public Health.
"Enforcement action" means an action taken by OCCL to promote compliance, such as warning of probation, probation, suspension, revocation, or denial.
"Family child care home" or "family home" means a private home in which a licensee lives and provides licensed child care.
"Family child care license" means a document issued by OCCL allowing a person or entity to operate a family home after demonstrating compliance with these regulations and other applicable codes, regulations, and laws.
"Family provider" means the person responsible for the total program including providing child care and managing the administrative aspects of a family child care home.
Hazardous material” means any item or agent (biological, chemical, radiological, and/or physical), which has the potential to cause harm to humans, animals, or the environment, either by itself or through interaction with other factors.
"Home" means both family and large family child care homes.
"Household member" means a person living in or spending the night in a family or large family home for more than 30 days within a year.
"Infant" means a child less than 12 months old.
"Institutional abuse" means a child is the subject of abuse or neglect while in out-of-home care as defined in 10 Del.C. §901.
"Large family aide" means the staff member who works under the direct supervision of the large family provider, large family assistant, or substitute and provides child care at a large family home. This staff member may not be alone with children.
"Large family assistant" means the staff member who works under the supervision of the large family provider and provides child care at a large family home. This staff member may provide direct supervision of a large family aide and meets the qualifications listed in these regulations.
"Large family child care home" or "large family home" means a private home or a non-residential property where a licensee offers licensed child care.
"Large family child care license" means a document issued by OCCL allowing a person or entity to operate a large family home after demonstrating compliance with these regulations and other applicable codes, regulations, and laws.
"Large family provider" means the staff member responsible for the total program including providing child care and, when applicable, managing the administrative aspects of a large family child care home. This staff member may supervise large family assistants, large family aides, and substitutes and meets the qualifications listed in these regulations.
"Licensee" means the owner or entity, such as a company, corporation, business, or agency, legally responsible for a family or large family home.
"Licensure" means OCCL issued a child care license when the applicant demonstrated compliance with these regulations and other applicable codes, regulations, and laws.
"NRTL" means Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory, such as Underwriter's Laboratories.
"Office of Child Care Licensing" or "OCCL" means the agency within the department authorized under 31 Del.C. §§341-345 to promulgate and enforce regulations for child care, to license child care facilities, and to develop and implement policies and procedures.
"Overnight care" means care for a child between the hours of 10 PM and 6 AM, when four or more hours are during a child's normal sleeping hours.
"Parent/Guardian" means a birth or adoptive parent, legal guardian, or other person having responsibility for, or legal custody of, a child.
"Preschool-age child" means a child age three through five not yet attending kindergarten. If a child is older than age five and not attending kindergarten or a higher grade, OCCL considers that child in the preschool-age group.
"Private home" means a non-public residence, such as a house, duplex, townhouse, apartment, or mobile home, where a licensee lives and has control over the furnishings and use of space.
"Probation" means an enforcement action initiated by OCCL because of noncompliance with these regulations. The division director approves this action. This action directs a licensee to correct all non-compliances and maintain compliance or face revocation or denial.
"Provisional license" means a license issued for a maximum period of three months when a licensee is temporarily unable to comply with DELACARE Regulations. There can be no serious risk to the health, safety, and well-being of children. A licensee operates under a corrective action plan or an agreement of understanding. An extension beyond this time requires administrator approval.
"Regulation" means a minimum standard required for a specific part of child care established by OCCL and known as DELACARE: Regulations for Family and Large Family Child Care Homes.
"Revocation" means the process of rescinding a license during the license's effective dates withdrawing permission to operate.
"School-age care" means care, education, protection, supervision, or guidance for school-age children before school, after school, during school holidays, or during summer months.
"School-age child" means a child who attends or has attended a kindergarten or a higher grade out of the home.
"Secretary" means the Secretary of the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families.
"Serious injury" means any impact or injury to a child's head or any physical injury which creates a substantial risk of death, or which causes serious and prolonged disfigurement, prolonged impairment of health, or prolonged loss or impairment of the function of a body part.
"Staff member" means a licensee, a large family provider, a large family assistant, a large family aide, or a substitute.
"Substitute" means an adult selected by a licensee to provide child care in a family or large family home. The substitute may provide care when a licensee, large family provider, large family assistant, or large family aide is not present due to an emergency or non-emergency situation. The substitute may be present when a licensee or staff members are present but a licensee wants another person to help provide care. OCCL must approve substitutes. OCCL considers this person a staff member.
"Supervision" or "direct supervision" (of children or staff members) means a licensee or staff members are physically present in the same room or area, including outside, with children or staff, are visually monitoring the interactions of children or staff, and are alert to problems that may occur.
"Suspension order" means a letter sent by OCCL stating a licensee must stop providing child care as of a specific date. While the license is suspended, a licensee cannot provide child care.
"Toddler" means a child over 12 months old and under 36 months old.
"Variance" means OCCL's approval for a licensee to meet the intent of a specific licensing regulation in a way that is different from the way the regulation specifies. OCCL will only give this approval when the change will not endanger the health, safety, or well-being of children in care.
"Volunteer, adult" or "adult volunteer" means a person at least 18 years old who provides an unpaid service or support to a family or large family home.
"Volunteer, youth" or "youth volunteer" means a person at least 13 years old who provides an unpaid service or support to a family or large family home. OCCL must approve youth volunteers before they begin volunteering.
"Warning of probation" means an enforcement action initiated by OCCL because of noncompliance with these regulations. The administrator approves this action. This action directs a licensee to correct all non-compliances and maintain compliance or face probation or another enforcement action.
6.1.3 Submit proof of a State business license, compliance with zoning codes, and, if applicable, other codes, regulations, guidelines, or laws, such as those from Division of Revenue, or Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control; “DNREC”, and Department of Social Services “DHSS.”
6.1.9 Complete a release of employment form that allows OCCL to collect service letters as per 19 Del.C. §708. The form will list the applicant's current or most recent employer and all health care and child care facilities where the applicant worked within the past five years. If an applicant has no former employer, the applicant shall provide information for two more references;
6.1.10 Complete State and federal fingerprint fingerprinted background checks for the applicant, all adult household members, and substitutes. In addition to the fingerprinting, applicants, adult household members, and substitutes who currently reside or have resided outside of Delaware in the last five years must contact each state of residence, and request a criminal history search and a child abuse and neglect search. After the out-of-state searches are completed, the applicant must submit the results immediately to OCCL’s Criminal History Unit “CHU”. The person shall not be alone with children until CHU notifies the licensee of the person’s eligibility after completing the comprehensive background check. When OCCL has a reason to believe the health, safety, or welfare of a child in care may be at risk, OCCL may request parent/guardian permission for a comprehensive background check on a child household member and other medical, psychological, counseling, school, probation, or division records;
12.3 A licensee, household and staff members, shall not have convictions, current indictments, outstanding warrants, or substantial evidence of involvement in an activity involving violence against a person; child abuse or neglect; possession, sale, or distribution of illegal drugs; sexual misconduct; or gross irresponsibility or disregard for the safety of others; or serious violations of accepted standards of honesty or ethical behavior. The department may at its own discretion, make exceptions when it is documented that the health and safety of children would not be endangered except as prohibited by the Child Protection Registry law as defined by 16 Del.C. §923.
12.4 A An applicant shall not be licensed and a licensee shall not own a child care home if he or she is prohibited by law from working in child care or is determined ineligible under the DELACARE Regulations - Background Checks For Child-Serving Entities. In addition, a licensee shall not employ or keep in any capacity any a household member or other person with direct access to children if:
12.4.4 Whose child or children are currently removed from this person’s custody because of abuse or neglect; or
12.4.5 Convicted of a prohibited offense, as defined in the federal Child Care Development Block Grant Act.
12.6 Before becoming a household or staff member or within five days of a household member turning 18 years old, a State and federal fingerprinted background fingerprint check must be completed for the home. A licensee shall submit fingerprinting receipts to the licensing specialist and out-of-state searches, if applicable, as described in subsection 6.1.10 to CHU. A household or staff member may not be alone with children until CHU notifies the licensee of the person’s eligibility. Within 30 days of becoming a household or staff member or a household member turning 18 years old, a licensee must provide documentation of a fingerprinted background check for the home and a health appraisal including a TB test or risk assessment to OCCL.
12.1112.10 When a concern arises, a licensee shall ensure a staff or household member provides or allows the release of information to OCCL to determine that the person does not pose a direct threat to the health, safety, or welfare of a child. OCCL may request medical, psychological, counseling, school, probation, and/or division records.
12.1212.11 A licensee shall ensure a staff member or household member with known health problems that might pose a direct threat to the health and safety of children provides documentation to OCCL from a health care provider. This documentation shall state that the person may have direct access to or work with children and any reasonable accommodations that may be required.
12.1312.12 A licensee shall ensure a staff member or household member diagnosed or treated for mental illness that might pose a direct threat to the health and safety of children provides documentation to OCCL from a health care provider. This documentation shall state that the person may have direct access to or work with children and any reasonable accommodations that may be required.
12.1412.13 Any person present in the home shall not drink alcohol when children are in care. Illegal drugs or substances or controlled substances other than by the person for whom it was prescribed are prohibited from being in the home.
12.1512.14 A licensee who is working as a staff member shall have no other job during child care hours.
12.1612.15 A licensee shall ensure providing care is the focus during the hours of care. A licensee shall not take part in or allow the staff members to take part in activities that distract from providing care during that time. Examples of distracting activities include, but are not limited to, socializing or entertaining; using, playing with, or watching electronics except for communicating for business reasons; doing intensive housework, chores, home repairs, or remodeling tasks; and working on hobbies or crafts.
12.1712.16 A licensee shall not provide direct care for a person recovering from a long-term illness or surgery requiring nursing care at the home during the hours children are in care.
12.1812.17 A licensee shall not provide foster care at the home for children or adults without OCCL's prior written approval. This approval shall be updated annually. OCCL shall count preschool-age or younger foster care children in the capacity of the home even if they attend care somewhere else.
12.1912.18 A licensee or staff member shall supervise a child in care at all times. A licensee shall ensure children are not responsible for child care duties.
12.2012.19 The maximum number of children allowed to be present at any given time shall be determined by the family licensee's or large family provider's experience and qualifications, the ages of the children living in the home, the amount of usable child care space, and fire marshal and zoning limitations.
12.2112.20 A licensee shall ensure parents/guardians can enter areas of the home used for care when their children are in care.
12.2212.21 A licensee and staff members shall be able to do the following:
12.22.112.21.1 Understand and respect children and their families and cultures;
12.22.212.21.2 Meet the needs of children;
12.22.312.21.3 Supervise children to ensure their safety during all activities;
12.22.412.21.4 Support children's physical, intellectual, social, and emotional growth;
12.22.512.21.5 Deal with emergencies in a calm manner; and
12.22.612.21.6 Use positive behavior management.
14.3.3 Disaster Emergency preparedness and disaster and evacuation plans;
14.5 A licensee shall keep a copy of the substitute's health appraisal, receipt of background check, comprehensive background check results showing eligibility, orientation record, and CPR and first aid certifications (if used in non-emergency situations) on file at the home.
15.2.2 A child in care is injured at the home and needs medical/dental treatment other than first aid provided at the home;
A licensee shall provide a parent/guardian with information about the right to see the home's licensing record, as stated in 31 Del.C. §398. As a part of the inquiry process, a licensee shall require the parent/guardian to read and sign The Parents Right to Know form and shall keep the form on file. A licensee shall give a copy of the form to the parent/guardian. In the event the child does not enroll, a licensee shall keep the form for three months to show the information was provided.
18.1 A licensee shall ensure that within one month of enrollment starting care, each child's file contains a health appraisal that includes an immunization record. A health care provider must have conducted this appraisal within the last 12 months. A licensee does not need a child’s health appraisal if other federal or State laws require the home to admit a child without an appraisal. Health appraisals must be updated every 13 months. A licensee must keep the most recent appraisal on file and it shall include:
18.3 A licensee shall ensure a child whose parent/guardian objects to immunizations on a religious basis or whose health care provider certifies that immunizations may be harmful to the child's health will be exempt from the immunization requirement. An affidavit or A notarized statement or documentation from a health care provider is required to allow this exemption. A licensee must place this documentation in the child's file.
19.2.5 Release of children policy, including procedures to release children only to people approved by a parent/guardian; allowing school-age children to walk to their home or from the school bus stop to the family or large family home each with written parent/guardian permission; to check the identity of an unknown approved person before releasing the child and keep documentation of this verification; a process for the emergency release of a child; a process for handling situations in which a non-custodial parent attempts to claim the child without custodial parent/guardian permission; and a process to be followed when an unapproved person wants to pick up a child, or a person who seems to be intoxicated or unable to bring the child home safely requests release of a child;
19.2.11 Suspension and expulsion policy; and
19.2.1119.2.12 Transportation policy, if applicable.
29.1.15 Strep throat or other streptococcal infection, until 24 hours after starting antibiotic treatment;
30.1.3 Bloody material and disposable diapers and material shall be put in a plastic bag, tied securely, and thrown away. Bloody clothing and reusable diapers shall be placed in a plastic bag, tied securely, and returned to the child's parent at pick up.
31.1.12 Instant cold pack or frozen ice pack;
32.1 A When known, a licensee shall ensure when a child in care has an accident or injury, a licensee or staff member gives assistance to protect the child from further harm. An ambulance shall be called, if needed. The child's parent/guardian shall be informed.
33.1 A licensee shall ensure only a trained staff members member, who has received a valid Administration of Medication certificate from OCCL is present at the home at all times while a child who may be in need of medication is present. Only trained staff members who are at least 18 years old and approved as stated in State law, are permitted to give medication to children. Health care providers, nurses, or other qualified medical health personnel may also give medication to children. Written parent/guardian permission for each needed medication is required. A licensee shall return medication to the parent/guardian when it is no longer needed.
33.2 A licensee shall ensure the parent/guardian shares provides the following information for each medication given:
34.1.1 A licensee shall keep a supply of clean diapers and extra clothing available for each child either by providing them or requiring the even if a parent/guardian to does not provide them when required.
34.3 A licensee shall ensure used disposable diapers are placed in a foot-activated trashcan that is only for diapers. This trashcan shall be within arm's reach of the changing area, lined with a plastic bag, and sanitized daily. Diapers shall be removed from the home at least daily or when needed and placed in a closed trashcan outside the home.
36.1.2 After toileting or diapering, touching blood, feces, urine, vomit, nasal or other body fluids, Handling handling animals or their equipment, or after coming into contact with an animal's body fluids, playing in a sandbox, outdoor play, cleaning, and taking out the garbage.
38.1.5 Mixing prepared formula or breast milk in a bottle with cereal, juice, or anything other than water requires written health care provider permission;
38.1.17 Breast milk shall be fed to the infant it was intended for. Frozen breast milk shall be thawed under running cold water or in the refrigerator and used within 24 hours. Expressed breast milk in a partially used shall be returned to the parent if it is in an unsanitary bottle or if it has been unrefrigerated for more than one hour shall be thrown away four hours at room temperature. Refrigerated, unused, expressed breast milk that was never frozen shall be thrown away returned to the parent after 48 hours. Breast milk that was frozen and stored in a freezer at 0°F shall be thrown away after six months;
41.6.6 Denying children food or toilet use as a result because of inappropriate behavior;
42.2.1 Mattresses and sleep equipment shall be waterproof non-absorbent and cleanable. Children over age one shall be provided with top and bottom covers. Clean bedding at least weekly and when soiled or wet. A tight-fitting bottom mattress sheet is required for infants.
43.5 A licensee shall ensure children are under constant supervision whenever off-site to ensure safety. Parents/guardians Unless a parent/guardian was approved as eligible after having a comprehensive background check, parents/guardians volunteering for field trips shall never be alone with children other than their own.
44.9 A licensee shall have written parent/guardian permission for transportation provided by the home. A licensee shall document arrangements with the parent/guardian including the pickup and drop off times when driving children a child to and from the child's school. A licensee shall inform the parent/guardian who is driving the vehicle and ask about special needs the child may have during the ride.
45.6.145.6.2 A child under 18 months old who does not walk shall sleep in a crib, playpen, or pack-and-play;
45.6.245.6.3 A child between 12 and 18 months old who walks may sleep on a bed with safety rails with written parent/guardian permission;
45.6.345.6.4 Children 18 months old and older may sleep in a crib, playpen, or pack-and-play if the child fits comfortably or in an individual bed with a mattress that is covered with sheets and a blanket; and
45.6.445.6.5 A pillow with a pillowcase for each child in a bed.
53.1.153.2 A licensee shall have written compliance certification from appropriate regulatory bodies governing zoning, building construction, and fire safety.
53.1.253.2.1 The designated fire marshal shall conduct a fire inspection annually.
53.2.2 A licensee or staff member shall conduct monthly fire prevention inspections. A licensee or staff member shall post a copy of the latest inspection report in a visible place at the large family home.
53.1.353.3 A licensee shall ensure the large family home is free of unacceptable exposure to hazardous materials. If the large family home was constructed before 1978, a licensee shall provide a lead-paint risk assessment performed by a certified environmental testing firm showing the home to be free of lead-based paint hazards. If a firm finds concerns, a lead inspection is required. A licensee shall submit the findings of this test. Buildings constructed after 1978 are exempt from lead-paint assessments and testing.
58.1.4 Release of employment history form and received Service Letters, or documentation showing two requests, and follow-up for Service Letters has been made. If the person has not worked or if unable to get at least one completed service letter, two additional reference letters or phone references are required;
58.1.1058.1.11 Adult abuse registry check;
58.1.1158.1.12 Documentation acknowledging the person is aware that the use of alcohol or a drug that could negatively affect essential job functions, or unlawful possession, manufacture, or distribution of alcohol or drugs, or possession while working of a controlled substance other than by the person for whom it was prescribed is prohibited in the large family home;
58.1.1258.1.13 Documentation informing the person of the child abuse and neglect mandated reporting law and reporting procedures;
58.1.1358.1.14 If transporting children, a copy of the current driver's license;
58.1.1458.1.15 Copy of job description;
58.1.1558.1.16 Orientation form that includes documentation that the information in these regulations was reviewed as required, that the person received training on prevention and control of infectious diseases, including immunization; safe sleep practices, including prevention of sudden infant death syndrome; administration of medication, if applicable; prevention of and response to food allergies; building and physical grounds safety; prevention of shaken baby syndrome and abusive head trauma; emergency preparedness and response planning; storage of hazardous materials and biocontaminants; safety measures in transporting children, if applicable; and that the person was able to ask questions and receive clarification; and
58.1.1658.1.17 Record of annual training hours, if applicable.
1. Milk, fluid (whole for 12-24 months; 2%, 1%, or fat-free for age two and older)
2. Fruit/Juice1/ or vegetable
Cheese (No Cheese Food)2
LUNCH or DINNER – Serve the following 5 components:
1. Milk, fluid (whole for 12-24 months; 2%, 1%, or fat-free for age two and older)
2. Fruit/Juice1/ Vegetable
Cheese (No Cheese Food)2
1 Juice: Only 100% unsweetened juice may be served.
2 Cheese must be real, natural cheese. Cheese food or cheese products may not be served.
1. Milk, fluid (whole for 12-24 months; 2%,1%, or fat-free for age 2 and older)
2. Fruit /Juice1/ Vegetable
Cheese (No Cheese Food)2
1 Juice: Only 100% unsweetened juice may be served.
2 Cheese must be real, natural cheese. Cheese food or cheese products may not be served.
Cheese (No Cheese Food) 1
1 Cheese: Cheese must be real, natural cheese. Cheese food or cheese products may not be served.
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