Parent's Responsibilities

An open-door philosophy is an essential part of maintaining strong communication and a positive work environment. We are interested in knowing our parents’ ideas, questions, suggestions, problems or concerns.

However, there may be times when you wish to discuss a concern or problem with someone other than your child’s teacher. You are encouraged to bring these matters to another member of administration/management. Where feasible, you should still advise your child’s teacher that you wish to meet with another member of the school’s administration.

Tiny Tigers Learning Center is committed to providing a work environment free of unlawful harassment and discrimination. Tiny Tigers Learning Center prohibits sexual harassment, harassment or discrimination because of race, religious creed, color, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, and sexual orientation or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law or ordinance or regulation.

HOW TO REPORT DISCRIMINATION OR UNLAWFUL HARASSMENT
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination or unlawful harassment, or have witnessed it, you should report these acts immediately, verbally or in writing to the Executive Director. Your complaint should include the following: incident or incidents, name of the individual involved, and names of any witness.

Here at Tiny Tigers, we want for our children to remain safe and clean to the best extent possible. Therefore, we ask parents to bring at least two pairs of changing clothes and six diapers; we check/change our children every hour while they are in our care. Parents are to supply diapers, wipes, and ointments they use for their children. If none of these supplies are provided, the center will call parent to bring some and/or use our supplies and charge the parents account up to one dollar per diaper. If wipes are not supplied, we can only use clean water and a rag.

Any person, while on child care premises, shall not engage in any of the following actions toward children:

  1. Inflict corporal punishment in any manner upon a child’s body.
  2. Hit, spank, beat, shake, pinch, or any other measure that produces physical discomfort.
  3. Cruel, harsh, unusual, humiliating, or frightening methods of discipline, including threatening the use of physical punishment.
  4. Placement in a locked or dark room.
  5. Public or private humiliation, yelling, or abusive/profane language. Staff shall not associate disciplinary action or rewards with rest, food, or toileting.
  1. Child Abuse, Neglect or Deprivation. Suspected incidents of child abuse, neglector deprivation shall be reported to the local County Department of Family and Children Services in accordance with state law.

 

Caregivers shall not:

 

  1. . Use time out for any child less than three (3) years of age.
  2. . Use time out for any purpose other than to enable the child to regain control.
  3. . Physically restrain children except:
  1. When it is necessary to ensure their own safety or that of others;
  2. Only for as long as it is necessary for control of the situation.

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