First, some vital info: my daughter is in a mixed preschool class meaning there are children with IEP's in there as well as some Peer Model students that don't have any documented disabilities.
The first week of school, my daughter was bitten by one of the other children who is new to school this year. The teacher (whom Hayley is spending her third year with and I adore) was more upset than I was about it and said they've been trying to get another adult to be in the class full-time with this other child. Well, we're 2 weeks into school now, and my daughter has come home and told me about this child biting 3 other kids now, making it a grand total of 4 kids that he's bitten in 2 weeks.
My question is this: should I talk to the teacher and find out if there is some way I can help them get an adult quicker for this child or just leave it alone? I'm concerned she'll get bitten again!
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