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Small Miracles Day Care CenterFraud

The Day Care Center is only licensed for 10 children; but she has about 25 children enrolled in the facility with only one child care provider. The children range in age of 7 months to 12 years old. She doesn't keep enough food in the day care to feed 25 children. She expects 4 chicken nuggets and a spoonful of fruits and vegetables to be enough food for 25 children. She has also been falsifying documents to the state saying that children who ain't even in the day care are eating breakfast, lunch, and snack in the facility just so she can get the money from the state for the food program. She then uses the money to put into the bar that she just opened in another town. The day care also has a major bat problem. When she was told about a bat being in the day care sh said "Yeah I know we usually have about 3 a year in here."

Then there was a gas smell in the day care one day; when she was notified about the gas smell she said "Good I hope it blows up; it would be one less thing I have to worry about." She didn't act at all concerned about the well fair of the children who would be in the day care if it blew up! I don't know about any one else but I definitely would not take my chid(ren) to this day care facility for any reason. Hopefully she will get shut down sometime soon.

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