Program Name: Bay Shore Day Care Center LTD.    License/Registration ID: 431395


 Program Overview
Contact Name: Gwendolyn Haggray Contact Title: Director
Program Type: Day Care Center Status: Open
School District: Bay Shore
Site Address: Map
107 East Main Street, Bay Shore, NY 11706
First Licensed/Registration Date: Dec 23, 2011
Current Registration Period: Dec 23, 2021 - Dec 22, 2025
Phone: (631) 647-4326
Fax: (631) 649-8578
Total Capacity: 95
-Infants: 0
-Toddlers: 18
-Preschool: 77
-School-Age: 0
Open Child Care Slots*:

* Important Note: This child care provider has not provided enrollment information for posting on the OCFS website.


To learn about current openings, please contact the program directly.


Care available during non-traditional hours: No
Removed from referral list: No
This facility is approved to administer medications.

For additional information on this program and compliance history, contact
Office: Long Island Regional Office
Phone: (631) 240-2560
For additional details and to view the checklist used during an inspection, please click on the Inspection ID links below. Inspection checklists are generated per inspection type and reason. Also note, that any regulatory requirement can be assessed and cited during an inspection and as a result, may not be reflected on the inspection checklist. These items would be reflected in the program's compliance history that is posted.

 Inspection History: (Inspections in the past 24 months)

Date Inspection Type Inspection ID Inspection Result  
Jul 29, 2022 Complaint 2022-I-LIRO-032508 Violations Found
Jun 21, 2022 Annual Unannounced 2022-I-LIRO-045353 Violations Found
May 31, 2022 Complaint 2022-I-LIRO-027395 Violations Found
Inspection Conducted Outside of Program Operating Hours
May 16, 2022 Complaint 2022-I-LIRO-025465 Violations Found
Apr 27, 2022 Other 2022-I-LIRO-023586 Violations Found
Mar 15, 2022 Complaint 2022-I-LIRO-019410 Violations Found
Oct 28, 2021 Application - Renewal 2021-I-LIRO-032065 No violations cited for this Inspection
Mar 24, 2021 Fire Safety - Other 2021-I-LIRO-022116 No violations cited for this Inspection Inspection Conducted Outside of Program Operating Hours
Additional Inspection History

*Inspections may be conducted outside of program operating hours and/or off-site(where inspector was not on premises where care is provided) for the following reasons:
-Record/File Review
-Interviewing of Staff
-Or Other Investigative Reasons

 Compliance History
Date of Last Inspection: Jul 29, 2022 Currently uncorrected violations: None
Date Regulation Description Compliance Status as of last inspection
Jul 29, 2022 418-1.8(a) Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a teacher's range of vision and that the teacher be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age emotional, physical, and cognitive development. Corrected
Jul 29, 2022 418-1.10(d) The director or licensee of the child day care center is responsible for implementing procedures which ensure the safety and protection of any child named in a report of child abuse or maltreatment involving a situation which occurs while the child is in attendance at the center. Immediately after making or causing to be made a report pursuant to section 418-1.10(c), the director or licensee of the center must take such appropriate action as is necessary to ensure the health and safety of the children involved in the report and, as necessary, of any other children in the care of the center. The director or licensee must also take all reasonable steps to preserve any potential evidence of abuse or maltreatment. Insofar as possible, any action taken under this subdivision must cause as little disruption as possible to the daily routine of the children in the center. Corrected
Jul 29, 2022 418-1.15(b)(14)(ii) The program must immediately notify the parent and Office upon learning of the following events involving a child which occurred while the child was in care at the program or was being transported by the program: serious incident, Corrected
Jun 21, 2022 418-1.5(a) Suitable precautions must be taken to eliminate all conditions in areas accessible to children which pose a safety or health hazard. Corrected
May 31, 2022 418-1.8(k)(4)(i) for 3-year-old children: there must be one teacher for every seven children; Corrected
May 31, 2022 418-1.11(i)(3) Staff must assist children in keeping clean and comfortable, and in learning appropriate personal hygiene practices. Corrected
May 31, 2022 418-1.11(i)(6) All rooms, equipment, surfaces, supplies and furnishings accessible to children must be cleaned and then sanitized or disinfected, using an EPA registered product, as needed to protect the health of children, and in a manner consistent with the program's health care plan approved by the Office. Corrected
May 31, 2022 418-1.12(d) Food must be prepared and stored in a safe and sanitary manner and served at appropriate intervals. Corrected
May 31, 2022 418-1.12(h) Where meals are furnished by the child day care center, the servings must be in portions suitable for the size and age of the children in care including infants. There must be a sufficient amount of food available to children to permit second helpings of nutritious food. Corrected
May 16, 2022 418-1.9(a) The program must establish and follow a written plan for behavior management that is acceptable to the office. This plan must include how the staff will approach challenging behaviors, help children solve problems and encourage acceptable behaviors. Corrected
May 16, 2022 418-1.9(b) The staff must use acceptable techniques and approaches to help children solve problems. Corrected
May 16, 2022 418-1.9(h) Physical restraint is prohibited. Physical restraint is the act of using force to extremely limit a child's body movements for a lengthy period of time. It involves holding a child against his/her will and putting pressure on the child's chest and/or extremities in an effort to significantly restrict his/her movement, thereby making it extremely difficult for a child to move. It may also involve holding a child flat on the ground and restricting his/her body from movement. Corrected
May 16, 2022 418-1.9(m) Methods of discipline, interaction or toilet training which frighten, demean or humiliate a child are prohibited. Corrected
May 16, 2022 418-1.10(c)(1) Child care center staff must personally make, or cause to be made, an immediate report to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment by telephone, followed by a written report within 48 hours, in the form and manner prescribed by the Office, to the child protective service of the social services district in the county in which the child resides. Corrected
May 16, 2022 418-1.15(b)(14)(ii) The program must immediately notify the parent and Office upon learning of the following events involving a child which occurred while the child was in care at the program or was being transported by the program: serious incident, Corrected
Apr 27, 2022 418-1.5(aa) The following items must be used and stored in such a manner that they are not accessible to children: handbags, backpacks or briefcases belonging to adults; plastic bags; and toys and objects small enough for young children to swallow. Corrected
Mar 15, 2022 418-1.8(a) Children cannot be left without competent supervision at any time. Competent supervision includes awareness of and responsibility for the ongoing activity of each child. It requires that all children be within a teacher's range of vision and that the teacher be near enough to respond when redirection or intervention strategies are needed. Competent supervision must take into account the child's age emotional, physical, and cognitive development. Corrected
Mar 15, 2022 418-1.9(a) The program must establish and follow a written plan for behavior management that is acceptable to the office. This plan must include how the staff will approach challenging behaviors, help children solve problems and encourage acceptable behaviors. Corrected
Mar 15, 2022 418-1.9(j) Corporal punishment is prohibited. For the purposes of this Subpart, the term corporal punishment means punishment inflicted directly on the body including, but not limited to, physical restraint, spanking, biting, shaking, slapping, twisting or squeezing; demanding excessive physical exercise, prolonged lack of movement or motion, or strenuous or bizarre postures; and compelling a child to eat or have in the child's mouth soap, foods, hot spices or irritants or the like. Corrected
Mar 15, 2022 418-1.10(c)(1) Child care center staff must personally make, or cause to be made, an immediate report to the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment by telephone, followed by a written report within 48 hours, in the form and manner prescribed by the Office, to the child protective service of the social services district in the county in which the child resides. Corrected
Mar 15, 2022 418-1.10(d) The director or licensee of the child day care center is responsible for implementing procedures which ensure the safety and protection of any child named in a report of child abuse or maltreatment involving a situation which occurs while the child is in attendance at the center. Immediately after making or causing to be made a report pursuant to section 418-1.10(c), the director or licensee of the center must take such appropriate action as is necessary to ensure the health and safety of the children involved in the report and, as necessary, of any other children in the care of the center. The director or licensee must also take all reasonable steps to preserve any potential evidence of abuse or maltreatment. Insofar as possible, any action taken under this subdivision must cause as little disruption as possible to the daily routine of the children in the center. Corrected
Mar 15, 2022 418-1.15(b)(14)(ii) The program must immediately notify the parent and Office upon learning of the following events involving a child which occurred while the child was in care at the program or was being transported by the program: serious incident, Corrected
*Violations are posted on this web site after the inspection results have been finalized in a report mailed to the provider. Violations are listed here as 'Corrected' after the Office has verified corrections with the provider, and a letter confirming the corrections has been mailed to the provider.
For additional information on this program and compliance history, contact
Office: Long Island Regional Office
Phone: (631) 240-2560

 Enforcement History
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Other enforcement actions such as Corrective action plans and fines are not shown on this website.
Enforcement Actions since December, 2017: Yes