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Old 04-26-2018, 10:20 PM
 
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Hi,

One of the children in my class bit her tongue and there was a small cut from it on her tongue?
Do you guys usually call mom right away or tell mom when she picks child up?

Also, do you check in later with mom after child home to see how child is doing after?

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I would send child to the Health Room to be checked. They would call Mom right away. I would call later to see how the child was doing. I would also document what happened and how the school responded.(Incident report.)
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Old 04-27-2018, 04:50 AM
 
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Our nurse would probably handle that one. I expect she'd notify home (depending on age and level of upset on the child's part - either by calling or just sending a "saw your child today" slip in her folder). But I don't think she'd make a huge deal of it, and I wouldn't likely make a follow-up call unless the child didn't show up the next day or something.
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