What would you do?

November 8, 2007 at 3:52 pm 3 comments

First- before I get into the dilemma…I need to answer a question…

the class I’m teaching is for preschoolers (and infants on Fridays..) 2 days a week (Tuesday and Friday) and is a basic play and music class. We sing songs, do movement, do stories, all sorts of things.

So, here’s the dilemma…today I peeked into Isaac’s notebook,a nd noticed a note from the PT that we’re not too fond of. Turns out Isaac’s PT took a new job, and she’s taking Isaac’s 3 PT sessions a week over. We are NOT thrilled with this…and gotta love the notice…but oh, well on the notice bit. Happens.

So, I’m tempted to pull PT and put Isaac in private PT, or do I leave well enough alone, and keep hawkeyes on the PT?

 I know people come and go, but come on…in the past year, we’ve had 3 head teachers, a revolving door of aides, and even this year, we had one aide who never showed up for day one of work!

So, I need help here. My brain is so fried from all of the garbage that’s been going on here that I can’t see the forest through the trees. Help!


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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Heidi  |  November 8, 2007 at 6:52 pm

    I think the most important thing here is the education of the child and if you feel it is suffering than why wait until it is too late. And if your decision means moving them then that is the best option {or so i think}.

  • 2. Amey  |  November 9, 2007 at 3:47 am

    Well, you know we do private PT. The “downside” is you’ll need to bring him – and as long as you have the flexibility to do that, then why not? Can you find a place to get him in to PT after his school schedule (because I know it’s not good to upset his routine). And because it’s important to you (donning my Captain Obvious cape), ask when you call places covered by your insurance what their turnover rate is. I know we had to wait to get on the schedule, so I’d start calling even if you decide to leave him at school PT – you should know if there’ll be a wait, and if so how long.

  • 3. AJ  |  November 10, 2007 at 3:34 am

    From my personal experience, Isaac needs to be comfortable. If he doesn’t care for the one PT, request for a new one. No point in trying to help him with someone you don’t want to be around, that’s kind of counter productive.


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