Florida Senate - 2014                          SENATOR AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS/CS/HB 7069, 1st Eng.
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
               Floor: 3b/AD/3R         .                                
             05/02/2014 09:31 PM       .                                

       Senator Legg moved the following:
    1         Senate Amendment to Amendment (143520) 
    3         Delete lines 291 - 317
    4  and insert:
    5  readiness program. For a child care facility, a large family
    6  child care home, or a licensed family day care home, compliance
    7  with s. 402.305, s. 402.3131, or s. 402.313 satisfies this
    8  requirement. For a public or nonpublic school, compliance with
    9  ss. s. 402.3025 or s. 1003.22 and 1013.12 satisfies this
   10  requirement. For a nonpublic school, compliance with s.
   11  402.3025(2)(d) satisfies this requirement. For a facility exempt
   12  from licensure, compliance with s. 402.316(4) satisfies this
   13  requirement. For an informal provider, substantial compliance
   14  asdefined in s. 402.302(17) satisfies this requirement. A
   15  provider shall be denied initial eligibility to offer the
   16  program if the provider has been cited for a Class I violation
   17  in the 12 months before seeking eligibility. An existing
   18  provider that is cited for a Class I violation may not have its
   19  eligibility renewed for 12 months. A provider that is cited for
   20  a Class I violation may remain eligible to deliver the program
   21  if the Department of Children and Families or local licensing
   22  agency upon final disposition of a Class I violation has
   23  rescinded its initial citation in accordance with the criteria
   24  for consideration outlined in s. 1002.82(2)(m)2 A faith-based
   25  child care provider, an informal child care provider, or a
   26  nonpublic school, exempt from licensure under s. 402.316 or s.
   27  402.3025, shall annually complete the health and safety
   28  checklist adopted by the office, post the checklist prominently
   29  on its premises in plain sight for visitors and parents, and
   30  submit it annually to its local early learning coalition.