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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 62 . (Repealed)
Section 310. Information for parents

4 AAC 62.310. Information for parents

(a) At or before a child's admission, a child care facility shall supply a parent with the following information in writing:

(1) enrollment requirements and procedures;

(2) fees and payment requirements;

(3) hours and days of operation, including holidays;

(4) in centers, a summary of the plan for supervision required by 4 AAC 62.400(a) - (c);

(5) number and ages of children served;

(6) policy and provisions for ill children, including parent or guardian permission for medication, if applicable;

(7) a typical daily schedule of activities for each age group of children in care;

(8) television and video cassette viewing, games, and computer use policy in compliance with 4 AAC 62.420(a) (7) and (8);

(9) behavior guidance practices in compliance with 4 AAC 62.435;

(10) cold weather outdoor play policy;

(11) meals and snacks served;

(12) parent permission policy for activities away from the facility;

(13) transportation arrangements, if any;

(14) parent access and visiting policy;

(15) the use of volunteer, substitute, and emergency caregivers;

(16) information provided by the department about the parent's role to help ensure a reasonably safe and developmentally appropriate environment and about the complaint investigation role of the department and the nearest department office; and

(17) parent notification policy on significant changes in the information addressed in this subsection.

(b) Repealed 2/8/2002.

(c) A child care facility shall maintain a small library of appropriate resources for the parents. At least one copy of a book, video tape, or other resource on parenting, child development, behavior management, child health and safety, literacy, learning activities for children, or a similar topic must be available for parent use for each five children in care.

History: Eff. 1/1/96, Register 136; am 3/1/98, Register 145; am 2/8/2002, Register 161; am 12/6/2002, Register 164

Authority: AS 14.37.010

AS 14.37.020

AS 14.37.110

Editor's note: As of Register 161, April 2002, the substance of former 4 AAC 62.310(b) appears in 4 AAC 62.420(e) .


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