Communication and Management of Behavioral Boundaries. Office for the Protection of Children & Youth. Scenario # 1. A second grade student arrives at school with a black eye and bruises on both arms. The teacher asks the student what happened and he replies that his father hit him.
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Office for the Protection of Children & Youth
A second grade student arrives at school with a black eye and bruises on both arms. The teacher asks the student what happened and he replies that his father hit him.
The teacher places a call to DCFS and is told a case worker will be at the school today. Do not release the child from school.
It is dismissal time and no one has arrived from DCFS.
NOTE: The child’s father has met all the compliance requirements and coaches the eighth grade boys’ basketball team.
Note: If the case is indicated, the father can no longer serve as a volunteer. Principal or Regional Director notifies Safe Environment Office.
My daughter, Anna, will not be in school today. On the way home from school yesterday, Anna (13 years old) told me that she had sex with an eighth grade boy (15 years old) in a room at school during the after school program. My daughter said she was a willing participant but she was so distraught that overnight I admitted her into Hargrove Hospital.
I am calling to share something with you that occurred over the weekend. Some of the eighth grade boys were in a chat room on Saturday. My son was not in the chat room but they gave my son’s name and phone number to others in the chat room. On Sunday, my son received an inappropriate picture on his phone from an adult male who was in the chat room.