Hi Yojairy,We don't send children home for behaviors. We talk to parents, document everything and offer suggestions to parents/ co workers. We've shadowed children, suggested weighted blankets/softies, and removed them from the classroom. I've been kicked, bitten and spit at, but never did I think the child should be sent home. He was removed from the classroom, and was told that I needed to keep the classroom safe for all children… My director has stepped in and we've had lots of parent conversations.
I'm curious about the reasoning for sending children home- it would seem like a positive thing for the child wouldn't it? I understand during these frightening times with COVID that having someone spit at you is so scary, but I'm wondering how sending the child home will solve this behavior.is it written in your parent manual that a child shall be sent home for behavioral issues?
Sorry! I seem to be asking a lot of questions.
My school enrolls 2-5 year olds.Ann