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Texas State University Child Development Center Guidelines for Family and Child Development students

State legal requirements In order to help ensure the health and safety of children, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS) Child Care Licensing sets minimum standards for people who work with children in child care programs. These standards apply to all Texas State University students who enroll in child development classes that require either observation or participation at the campus Child Development Center. To meet the TDFPS standards, students must * Provide a copy of a Social Security card * Provide a copy of a government issued photo ID (state issued drivers’ license or passport), * Complete a criminal history statement and have this affidavit notarized, * Complete a request for a Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services Child Care Licensing background check * Provide verification of an annual TB test (Must have tested negative for TB within the last year. TB tests take 48-72 hours to process)
Follow these guidelines to complete the required documentation:
1. Download and legibly complete the Request for Criminal History and Central Registry Check form and Affidavit for Applicants for Employment in a Licensed Operation or Registered Child-Care Home form posted on your class TRACS site. For these documents, please use your home address—consistent with that on your government issued photo ID. If you have a felony conviction for any offense under the Texas Penal Code Title 4 15.031, Title 5, Title 6, Title 7 Chapter 29, Title 8 38.17, or Title 9 Chapter 43, or a like offense under federal or state law, you are not eligible to work in child care settings or participate in child development classes that require participation in a child care setting.…...

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