A person operating a school-age recorded program may not operate the program without performing criminal background checks for all staff and volunteers and becoming recorded with the Office of Child Care as provided in this section.
To obtain recording, the person must apply to the office by submitting a completed record application form and a nonrefundable fee as established by the office. The office shall determine and apply the fee through rules adopted by the Early Learning Council under ORS 329A.275 (Rules). The office shall deposit fees received under this subsection as provided in ORS 329A.310 (Application) (2).
Unless the record is revoked as provided in subsection (8) of this section, the record is valid for a period of two years from the date of issuance.
A record authorizes operation of the school-age recorded program only on the premises described in the record and only by the person named in the record.
The office shall create and maintain a database of school-age recorded programs recorded under this section and shall update the database annually. The database shall include, but need not be limited to, the following information:
Name and address of the program;
Name of operator; and
Significant program information, as determined by the Early Learning Council by rule.