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Hello Anna

First I completely agree with the suggestion Renee gave you, really excellent! But just in case her suggestion does not work you should make sure you are in constant communication with your director and make a daily list of your efforts trying to find some way you can work with this child. You should also remember that you have more than one child you are responsible for and it is not fair to the other parents who pay for your services/care/attention to be short changed because of one child. Sometimes it's best to give up that one tuition fee/child/family for the sake of the many you have left. Some parents may decide to pull their child(ren) out because of that one child. Also, parents do talk off site. Good luck, no matter your decision.

Respectfully Corinthia Johnson Retired certified Maryland State Department Education(MSDE) adjunct college child care trainer/instructor and child care consultant

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