CCIB received a SCAR/CPS referral #0306-4829-5973-3020047. The reporting party (RP) Ashley Shinn reports her son, Aedan Shinn (DOB: 01/10/12), attends the Reyes family Day Care Monday thru Friday. RP reports a couple of months ago, her son attempted to tell her how the licensee disciplines the children when they are not asleep during their nap time. RP states Aedan at first was going to tell her, but then said he would get in trouble for being bad. As recently as yesterday, Aedan finally disclosed to the RP that licensee when checking in on the children taking a nap and notices the children not sleep with their eyes closed she will hit them on top of the head with a closed fist.
At dinner later that night my mother broke the new, “Honey, Miss Soar has requested your help at her camp this summer.” she said. I was in complete shock, not sure if I wanted to go I responded with “I’ll pass by her house tomorrow and tell her I’d like to help out. That was the end of it. First day of camp came and there were kids running around everywhere causing all types of ruckus, but I quickly adjusted. Then I noticed Miss Soar and she approached me “Hello, I’m so glad you are here!
Gilbreth is caring but is precautious about the time that he spends and wants to record all of his and his family's data. This is a great trait in leading a successful life with work and family. To prove this, in the passage it says that, “Every child old enough to write - and Dad expected his offspring to start writing at a tender age - was required to initial the charts in the morning after he had brushed his teeth, taken a bath combed his hair, and made his bed.” It also says that “I can save forty-four seconds,” he grumbled, “but I wasted two minutes this morning putting this bandage on my throat.” These quotes from the passage “Cheaper by the Dozen,” explains the personalities of Mr. Gilbreth. It shows that he is cautious about his timing but cares a lot about his
"But nothing 's too good for our children," George had said.” This quote shows that the parents bought the nursery because they want their kids to have all of the new technology. Also, when he said this it shows that they will give their kids everything, even if it is more than what the parents have. Later in the story, we see the kids getting everything they want that truly leads to the parent 's deaths when the parents told the kids that they are shutting down the house and the nursery. They were going to go on vacation without any technology. “The two children were in hysterics.
We have been taking turns taking care of her. Tu always placed our mother’s interest first and foremost. He knows our mother’s only wish is to spend the remaining of her lifetime with all her kids/grandkids, therefore, he had initiated a family gathering every Sunday just to see my mother’s smile. When he is around our mother, he tried very hard to keep his tears in for he does not want to disappoint her nor know how to tell her of his wrong doing. She has already suffered enough battling with her own illness,
Rosa grew up in a time when the color of her skin determined the opportunities that she would be given. She could not go to school with white children or even drink from the same water fountain. She grew up hearing stories of how her uncles and grandparents were mistreated. Her grandfather on her mother’s side did not like white people and opposed them openly. He would take a stand against them, if he needed, to protect himself or his family.
At his birth the doctors thought that he’ll not survive because he was too small and with the many surgeries they though it. He was homeschooling with his mother for teacher so he never gone to school and he didn’t know how it is school. A day his father says that he can now go to school. His mother isn’t agreeing but he wanted to go to school. The August’s favorite day is Halloween because he can wear a mask and nobody sees his face
Headline: The Nanny Is Babysitting, But She Senses That They Are Not Alone. Then, the Dad Sees This Chilling Security Footage. Summary: June was a nanny for a toddler. One day, she had to run errands, so she brought him along. When she returned to the home, she immediately sensed that something was wrong.
My first day in school was horrible. I didn’t know anyone and I knew very little english, words like “may I use the bathroom, Hi, yes, no,and thank you”. The only person that talked to me the first day was the teacher I did not end up not making friends. I cried for 2 months when we first moved here I hated everything I missed my old house, my friends and my school. I was mad at my mom for making us move here and my dad for moving here in the first place.I realize now why they moved us here.
Growing up in a house with eight uncles, my mom, grandmother, and grandfather was difficult. My mom worked hard and always told me if its one thing she will make sure of is that I get the best education she can afford. I remember my mom having to work hard at her job and still come home and help my grandmother do all the house chores while my uncles just played video games after school all day. They did not have to wash a pan or sweep the floor but I never understood till I became a little older. In my teenage years I started to understand societies way of thinking.
A Child Called It Every year more than 2.9 million cases of child abuse are reported said “Safe Horizon”. Most kids go home to a loving family that loves and cares for each other. But unfortunately this is not what David Pelzer the main character of “A Child Called It”, comes home to. David goes through a life changing experience in this book, and yet he teaches us a very valuable lesson: Always stick up for ourselves and never stop fighting. For example, when 9 year old David had a punishment of cleaning the bathroom for being a “bad boy” she said “You have 30 mins to clean”.
Jeannette and her brother Brian find a new playing spot in a shack and they accidentally burn it down. I think this book is banned because the children are trapped in the burning shack and the dad does not punish them and he makes sure that no one knows that it is them who set the fire. Also it is not safe for them to be playing with fire, but their father thinks that it is fine. Jeannette’s father, Rex, also taught her how to swim and he taught her by just throwing her into the water and letting her drown. Jeannette was scared and did not understand the concept of this and she started loosing trust in her father.