Child care center definition

Child care center means an entity that regularly provides child day care and early learning services for a group of children for periods of less than twenty-four hours licensed by the Washington state department of early learning under chapter 170-295 WAC.
Child care center means those providers as defined in 170.4(3)“a” and “g.” “Registered child development home” shall mean those providers as defined in 170.4(3)“b.” “Nonregistered family child care home” shall mean those providers as defined in 170.4(3)“f.”
Child care center means a facility, other than a private residence, receiving 1 or more children under 13 years of age for care for periods of less than 24 hours a day, where the parents or guardians are not immediately available to the child. Child care center includes a facility that provides care for not less than 2 consecutive weeks, regardless of the number of hours of care per day. The facility is generally described as a child care center, day care center, day nursery, nursery school, parent cooperative preschool, play group, before- or after-school program, or drop-in center. Child care center does not include any of the following:

Examples of Child care center in a sentence

  • Child care center includes a facility that provides care for not less than 2 consecutive weeks, regardless of the number of hours of care per day.

  • Child care center does not include any of the following:( i) A Sunday school, a vacation bible school, or a religious instructional class that is conducted by a religious organization where children are attending for not more than 3 hours per day for an indefinite period or for not more than 8 hours per day for a period not to exceed 4 weeks during a 12-month period.


More Definitions of Child care center

Child care center means a residential facility for wards or youth offenders that is licensed,
Child care center means any licensed child care center, daycare center, or childcare home, or any preschool.
Child care center means a residential facility for wards or youth offenders that is licensed, certified or otherwise authorized as a child-caring agency as that term is defined in ORS 418.205.
Child care center or “center” means a facility providing child day care for seven or more children, except when the facility is registered as a child development home. For the purposes of this chapter, the word “center” shall apply to a child care center or preschool, unless otherwise specified.
Child care center means a child care center licensed and approved pursuant to article 6 of title 26, C.R.S. If such facility is located in another state, it shall be designated by the department of human services upon certification that no appropriate available space exists in a child care facility in this state and shall be licensed or approved as required by law in that state.
Child care center and "center" means any place child care is provided for thirteen or more children at one time or any place that is not the permanent residence of the licensee or administrator in which child care is provided for seven to twelve children at one time. In counting children for the purposes of this definition, any children under six years of age who are related to a licensee, administrator or employee and are on the premises of the center shall be counted.
Child care center means a facility required to be licensed under these regulations that provides care, services, and supervision for less than 24-hours a day to children. A child care center is in a non-residential setting and meets the applicable state and local building and safety codes.