Kidsville closes doors after license revoked

Kidsville closes doors after license revoked

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Kidsville in Boynton Beach must shut down by 5 p.m. Wednesday after the county revoked its license for repeated violations.

The Health Department says it plans to send representatives to the daycare to make sure owners comply.

Last week, the Palm Beach Childcare Advocacy Council revoked Kidsville's license after a health department investigation found multiple violations.

Those violations include low staff to children ratios, alleged ownership fraud and employees being inside the building when they weren't supposed to be. A former employee also told WPTV that some kids were not getting the food their parents paid for.

Any parents looking for help to find new childcare options can call 561-514-3300.

Kidsville management sent the letter below to parents last Thursday saying the daycare's last day of business was Nov. 18:

Dear Parents,

It has been our deepest honor to have serve your children in our community for the past 10 years.  We are heartbroken and sorry to let you know that we are closing the child care center and that we must terminate our services as your children's child care provider.

Our last day of doing business will be Friday November 18, 2016. We have tried our best to keep our business open, however in the last couple of days the continuous unwarranted visits from the agencies have made it impossible to continue to operate in the best interest of the children.

We will truly deeply miss taking care of your children.  We will do everything in our power to make the transition a smooth one. We will be open all day tomorrow.


Kidsville Management

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