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What Is Bright From the Start?

Bright from the Start administers the nationally recognized Georgia’s Pre-K Program, licenses child care centers and home-based child care, administers federal nutrition programs, and manages voluntary quality enhancement programs

They Get Reported! But They Keep Getting Away With It...

Parents have reported ABC to Bright From The Start over and over. We have shared pictures of the dead rats and the fact that the school has an ongoing rodent and roach issue. We share inside stories of how they store things in an unsanitary fashion, putting sick baby goat milk in the same fridge with toddler and lunch foods. They were told by the health department that they were NOT to serve food from their kitchen and yet they still offer meals.

Some of What They HAVE Been Fined for....

These people are smooth talkers and soft speakers. They have been able to sweep any and all accusations under the rug when questioned by the inspectors or case worker. Staff are often flabbergasted at what the school has been able to get away with!

During a Licensing Study conducted on June 2, 2017; It was determined based on a consultant’s observation that a lesson plan was not available for the toddler age group.

During a Licensing Study conducted on June 2, 2017; It was determined based on a consultant’s observation that the diaper changing pad in Toddler classroom A was torn and porous during the visit.

During a Monitoring Visit conducted on November 16, 2016; It was determined based on a consultant’s observation that the diaper changing pad was not smooth in that the surface had deep creases because it was designed for use as a sleeping mat so it could be folded for storage.

During a Monitoring Visit conducted on November 16, 2016; It was determined based on a consultant’s observation that unsafe storage of materials dangerous to children were accessible to children as follows: In the second building in the first right classroom, a teacher’s bag/purse was on a low shelf in a coat cubby space. Also, inside the second right classroom a teacher’s purse was on a cart located next to the sink accessible to the children, and a bottle of Palmolive dish detergent was sitting on the counter. Further, inside a child’s book bag in the second right classroom a spray bottle of OFF insect repellent was accessible to children in care.

During a Monitoring Visit conducted on November 16, 2016; It was determined based on a consultant’s observation that a lesson plan was not available for the one to two-year-old age group, or the three to six-year-old age group

During a Licensing Study conducted on May 17, 2016; It was determined based on a consultant’s observation that lesson plans were not available for the one to two-year-old age group, or the three to six-year-old age group.