DUE MONDAY 11/27
Sick Policy: The school’s sick policy consists of no children allowed to come to school if they have a fever, but Mrs. Thompson brings her son Tyler to school anyway.
I would schedule a meeting with Mrs. Thompson to ensure she is aware of the sick policy of the school. I would remind her that at the beginning of the school year that each parent was provided with and signed a Parent Handbook that consisted of the different policies and procedures of the school. I would highlight the policy and the signature of Mrs. Thompson.
Help Control Illness at School
We are aware of our responsibility of protecting the health of the students and employees from the risk of exposure of infectious disease. Enforcing the state communicable disease regulations and excluding sick children, and the staff working together ca n assist in ensuring the children experience a healthy environment. Students must be free of fevers for 24 hours before returning to school.
Daily Health Check Procedure: Each teacher will perform a daily health check for each child but Sarah, the Pre-K teacher constantly forgets the health check. One time she missed a case of chicken pox which spread to several children in the classroom.
Sarah will be reminded of the importance of the daily health checks of her students. Also, I will provide her with examples of easy and fun ways to remember the health check to avoid risking other children exposure to illness. One way to do this is to greet each student entering the classroom and talk to them for approximately one minute to determine how they are doing. This procedure will allow Sarah an opportunity to observe the child.
Daily Health Checks
Determining when a child is contagiously sick and should be temporarily excluded from the program to protect the health of staff members and other children is the responsibility of the staff. Early childhood educators and staff may consider using this health check to greet the children upon arriving to the center.
A policy is considered a plan and written description of what the program will do to meet their goals: and a procedure is defined as the description of the steps taken to accomplish a task (Gadzikowsk, 2013).
Policies and procedures are applied to help regulate all the key factors that happens in day care center. A policy is a written explanation of how things is in a place. It is the rules how you will abide by. A procedure is a description of the step-by-step process used to accomplish the task. Followed by state rules and regulations. Sick Policy: Your center has a policy where children cannot come to school if they have a fever, yet Mrs. Thompson brings her son Tyler to school anyway. The first thing I would do is have a meeting with Mrs. Thompson informing her that her child cannot attend school with a fever and has to be free of the fever for 24 hours. The next thing I would give her a hand book that we handed out to all parents during orientation and they all signed that they received it. I would let her know I made every parent aware of it because I spoke about it. I would tell her she needs to leave with the child immediately and let her know I am very sorry but this a school policy and hope the child can return to school as soon as they are free of fever for 24 hours.
Fire Drill Procedure: During a fire drill, teachers are supposed to keep their children as quiet as possible in order to hear instructions. Every teacher does a good job with this procedure, except Bill, the Pre-K teacher, who allows children to run and scream during fire drills. I would have a meeting with Bill informing him about the importance of fire drill and that we should do a fire drill monthly. I would let him know that as a teacher you need to have total control of your class at all time especially when we are conducting a fire drill. I would tell him it is very dangerous to allow the children to run and scream during the drill. I would tell him that we will have a new fire drill for only his class and I will let the children know that we do not run during a fire drill we always use walking feet and inside voices and listen to what your teacher tells you to do I would tell them it for every ones safety.
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