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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 62 . (Repealed)
Section 110. Administrator

4 AAC 62.110. Administrator

(a) A child care facility shall designate an administrator who is qualified under 4 AAC 62.200. The administrator may be the same individual who owns or is otherwise legally responsible for operating the child care facility.

(b) A child care facility with one or more employees shall designate an on-site adult caregiver who meets the age and qualification requirements of 4 AAC 62.200(a) and (b), and who has at least one year of child care experience, to act on behalf of the administrator in the absence of the administrator from the child care facility. The designated adult caregiver may be a child care associate who is qualified under 4 AAC 62.230.

(c) Unless the child care facility has previously designated an on-site child care associate who is qualified under 4 AAC 62.230, the administrator of a child care facility shall be responsible for not more than two child care facilities and be on-site

(1) during daytime hours while the child care facility is providing child care;

(2) at least 20 hours per week for a full-day or 24 hour child care facility; or

(3) at least 10 hours per week for a program that provides child care during daytime hours only, and that provides child care for a half-day or less per day; in this paragraph, "half-day" means five or fewer hours.

(d) If the administrator is absent for a period exceeding three consecutive weeks, the child care facility shall designate a child care associate who is qualified under 4 AAC 62.230 to act on behalf of the administrator.

(e) A child care facility may not operate an additional business on the premises during the hours that the facility provides child care services, if the business would bring customers to the child care facility or would interrupt the supervision of children in care.

(f) In this section, "daytime hours" means the hours between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m..

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

Authority: AS 14.37.020

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