All accidents must be reported immediately to the Director.
Accident(s) reports must be written, signed by me, given to parents, and copied
for the child’s file. Any and ALL head/facial injuries must be reported to the
Director, AND parent MUST BE CALLED FOR DISMISSAL FOR CARE. Close supervision
of children is the best anecdote to accidents. Use risk management to keep the
environment safe and hazard free.
Bambini Academy strives to provide the best in equipment, that is kept
maintained, and in overall good working conditions, so all children will be
safe in the classroom or playground areas.
Safety is a joint effort of all staff and employees requiring all of us
to become risk managers.
A class theme board should be changed monthly
displaying an artistic layout of the season, holiday, class project, or a
display of classroom unity. (we are a smart bunch- with a big bag of apples
with children's names in each apple for example)
Your sign in and sign out sheet parent board
should be updated when needed. Please use this board to summarize things that
were worth sharing from the day and any major notices.
Also, please make sure to complete daily reports
each day to ensure that parents know the overall day their child had. This will be set as a connection piece to
allow parents to ask their children how their day was and to know what fun
activities they have been engaged in.
When the alarm sounds, exit accordingly:
INFANT/YEARLING- out through infant doors, through play yard gate
TODDLERS- First to line up at P4 door/ out and across road to grassy
PRESCHOOL- Out of front door, across road to grassy area, prop door
open to allow access to firefighters
Count children and once Vanessa is outside, she will re count to make
sure all are accounted for.
CODE YELLOW WILL BE DISCUSSED AT STAFF MEETINGS MONTHLY
Lesson Plans with Monthly calendar should be submitted by the 15
of each month. These calendars and newsletters should be emailed to me at email@example.com
so I may
review and make changes to any curriculum to meet the center requirements.
restock and resupply your classroom making sure we have the ample basic
supplies. See storage areas for materials to use to restock.
Cleaning Sheets must be completed and should be displayed in your classroom with a
dry erase marker for you to check off.
If trash is left, sign ins not flipped, areas are messy, toys just
thrown on shelves, or tables are not clean, a warning will be given and a
written write up will be given after second offense. I will start a walk
through before the usual cleaning at night that my mother and I perform. Classroom
checklists must be completed each night. If classrooms are not “ready for the
next day” a verbal notice will be given.
Written will follow if not corrected.
off on your bathroom cleaning day.
Toilets should be sprayed and wiped with bleach, and bowl cleaned with
cleaner and brush, trash emptied, sinks cleaned, and mirror wiped down. Lastly,
Rhode Island Early Learning and Development Standards
Workforce Knowledge and Competency Frameworks for Early Care and Education Professionals
Department of Human Services/ DCYF Child Care Licensing Regulationshttp://www.dhs.ri.gov/Regulations/index.php