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Stockton is the company where a major checkup happened on the 18th of May 2010. The main building of this aforestated organisation is located at 4420 N Beacon (1338W), Chicago IL 60640. Additionally, its coordinates are 41 96231889749382(latitude) -87 66388982980108(long). The firm Stockton is operating as a School. The category and the ID number of the inspection were Canvass and 52258, and the result was Fail with the level of risk defined as Risk 1 (High). This is the precise description of violations discovered by the inspectors: 2 facilities to maintain proper temperature - comments: all food establishments that display, prepare, or store potentially hazardous food shall have adequate refrigerated food storage facilities found two coolers at improper temperature: room 225(annex building),temperature of refrigerator 48 7f;room 118(same building) room 118 at temperature of 44 5f to 55f, no thermometers provided in both units,also refrigerator es are used to store milk and juices for children,specially room 118 unit is used to store food,milk etc for autism children tagged both units'held for inspection' do not use fax a letter when units are fixed fax 312-746-4240 critical violation:7-38-005(a) hoooo58991-16 | 3 potentially hazardous food meets temperature requirement during storage, preparation display and service - comments: all cold food shall be stored at a temperature of 40f or less potentially hazardous food at improper temperature: 5 cartons of 1% mlk(8oz each)at temperature of 48 3f; 3 cartons(8oz each) of chocolate milk at temp of 48 7f products were stored in refrigerator in room 225 and 118 milk is used for children,specially room 118,milk is consumed by autism children products discarded value 2 80 critical violation:7-38-005(b1) h000058991-16 | 18 no evidence of rodent or insect outer openings protected/rodent proofed, a written log shall be maintained available to the inspectors - comments: all necessary control measures shall be used to effectively minimize or eliminate the presence of rodents, roaches, and other vermin and insects on the premises of all food establishments, in food-transporting vehicles, and in vending machines observed mice dropping in different locations of prep area(under the food tray line, dish machine ,under shelve);lunch room(under and behind coolers,and north-east corner);storage area(under shelves, and north-east corner); kitchen staff locker room(under and behind lockers);teacher's lounge(room across from office)mice droppings and few small flies totals of droppings 50 or more management is required to clean and sanitize all area mentioned,remove droppings serious violation:7-38-020 hoooo58992-17 | 33 food and non-food contact equipment utensils clean, free of abrasive detergents - comments: all food and non-food contact surfaces of equipment and all food storage utensils shall be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized daily detail clean microwaves in teacher's lounge and room across from office encrusted food in them,must keep units cleaned to minimized insects activities | 36 lighting: required minimum foot-candles of light provided, fixtures shielded - comments: shielding to protect against broken glass falling into food shall be provided for all artificial lighting sources in preparation, service, and display facilities need to provide light shield in all class room that is used to eat bagged breakfast | 38 ventilation: rooms and equipment vented as required: plumbing: installed and maintained - comments: ventilation: all plumbing fixtures, such as toilets, sinks, washbasins, etc , must be adequately trapped, vented, and re-vented and properly connected to the sewer in accordance with the plumbing chapter of the municipal code of chicago and the rules and regulations of the board of health un thread faucet is needed at middle compartment of 3 compartment sink in prep area

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