My 5 year old daughter started kindergarden yesterday. Her first time ever going to any type of school. Well my daughter is one of those kids who was so excited and she would follow what other kids did. Well when i went to go pick her up from school at the end of the day the teacher or the aid didnt know where she was. They lost my daughter. There was to ways to get into where her class is the front door where you take them to class in the morning and the back where i was to pick her up. They werent watching my daughter and she ended up going out the front door and when i found her she was across the street which wasnt near the classroom. The teachers made it seem like it was my fault. That i should have told her to stay in the classroom. My question is what would you do in this sitiation? Would you let it go? Or switch teachers? My husband was pissed he thinks we should go to the princpal.. What does everyone think.Answer Question
Asked by proudmama930 at 3:33 AM on Sep. 9, 2009 inLevel 6 (121 Credits)
Answer by Anonymous at 3:58 AM on Sep. 9, 2009
Answer by proudmama930 at 4:04 AM on Sep. 9, 2009
Answer by elananme at 7:27 AM on Sep. 9, 2009
Answer by Gealach at 7:37 AM on Sep. 9, 2009
I would not let it go. Your child was in their CARE first day or not! What if she had been hit by a car or someone took her??? It is their job to keep up with the children and if they cant because of having to many to kids to keep up with than they need to get more teachers so there are not that many kids in one classroom. I sure would go to the principal and even the school board! It's your child and you placed your child in their care...That is scary to know she was not being watched!!! I tell ya GOD help the teacher who looses my child..I would have her JOB! I am really protective of my child. There are alot of crazy people in this world who like to take children...If I place my kids in the care of a school I EXSPECT them to watch them and take care of them during school hours. That is part of there job!
Answer by Anonymous at 8:27 AM on Sep. 9, 2009
Answer by PoeDunkMae at 8:56 AM on Sep. 9, 2009
The principal needs to know that there was a safety issue in his/her school. the building needs a plan to insure this never happens again. Not this week. Not the first day of school next year. Not 10 years from now. The issue will not be addresses if you don't speak up. They could have put one adult at each door and made sure none of the children left the building without an adult. and what if they left with the wrong adult. They are liable to make sure that their procedures are safe. You may find yourself the head of the committee on child safety. So be prepared to solve the problem not just complain about it.
Answer by Anonymous at 9:17 AM on Sep. 9, 2009
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