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(1) a facility in which the caregiver is caring for a child in the child's own home, whether the caregiver is related to the child or not;
(2) repealed 11/9/2002;
(3) a public or private elementary school program, kindergarten through grade six, during normal school hours, but not before or after school child care provided at the school site;
(4) a facility that is certified as a family child care provider by
(A) the United States Coast Guard; or
(B) a branch of the United States Department of Defense.
(b) A person who has been informed by a licensing representative that the person must hold a child care home or child care group home license may continue care of children only on approval of the licensing representative and for only a limited period not exceeding 30 days.
(c) In AS 14.37.030 (a)(6), "five continuous weeks" means five continuous weeks in a one-year period.
(d) For purposes of AS 14.37.030 (a)(7), if a facility has been regularly providing child care to four children unrelated to the caregiver, and the caregiver stops regularly providing care to one or more of the four unrelated children, the caregiver may regularly provide child care for one or more different unrelated children during a five-week period, if the total number of unrelated children in care never exceeds four. In AS 14.37.030 (a)(7) and this subsection, "regularly" means at least one time per week for five continuous weeks.
History: Eff. 1/1/96, Register 136; am 3/1/98, Register 145; am 2/8/2002, Register 161; am 10/3/2002, Register 163; am 11/9/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 14.37.020
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