Schools were dismissed early today due to the snow. As I am a teacher, out school was dismissed early too. I went to the after school center to pick up my child and they had not returned from the school pick up run yet. I waited and they finally returned. The driver (a staff at the center) laughed and said "Sorry it took so long, I accidently left your child and another girl at the school."
My son has autism. How do you forget to pick up any child, much less one with a disability??!!
I tried to ask my son about it, but he was not very forthcoming--which is typical for him. I tried to call the school, but everyone had already left.
I really want to call the after school center, but I want to be armed with all the information first and I thought the school might be able to give me the facts, as my son is not able to do so.
Would you wait until you get the facts from the school, or would you call the director at the child care center first, even though you don't have all the facts?
My son is 11 years old and usually pretty good, but if he gets upset, anything can happen, so I am very upset.
I am happy he is home safe and sound, and the after school center is normally very good with him, but this should NOT have happened to any child.
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